MKM Partners just hired a new director and tech analyst on 11-6-13. Type in MKM Partners in browser to read. Tried posting several times and it wont let me.
Oops my mistake, typed 2013 instead of 2012. Nine dollar price is funny when INTC has a 11 book value.
Also claimed 5 year high was 28. INTC reached a high of 29.27 on 5-3-2013. Looks more like an article to shake a few more shares loose for shorts to cover with.
I don't think they want logic injected into their conversation. They would rather hype and speculate. It's more fun than dealing with facts. JMO
Looks like the big boys are arranging to get a double dividend by running the price down before we go ex-dividend. Down 14 cents today on a big up day and low volume. Wonder how much the will bend us over on Monday?
Good news doesn't sell. Look at any paper, they don't put good news on the front page.
What if it were true? I don't know what will happen, but I do know INTC has a lot of fab capacity. Who ever gets it will have an edge on everyone else.
Monday, INTC traded over 40 million shares after hours. Fri. INTC traded over 30 million shares after hours. Thurs. INTC traded over 28 million shares after hours. Anyone have any idea who's buying and who's selling?
By Matt Clinch | CNBC – Sun, Oct 27, 2013 8:30 AM EDT..
Five years after the global financial crisis, chief financial officers from around the globe see economic growth improving over the next six months and are looking to expand their companies' workforce, according to a new survey.
CNBC asked 33 chief financial officers (CFO) from Europe and Asia who make up the CNBC CFO council what their assessment was of global economic growth.
The overwhelming majority of respondents-65 percent-see the global economy modestly improving over the next six months, with 4 percent seeing it "strongly improving" over the same period. When asked to rank the health of certain business conditions, most CFOs said stock market valuations were "modestly high" and 48 percent said credit availability was high.
(Read More: CNBC expands the Global CFO Council )
The survey - conducted between October 21 and 23 - includes CFOs from companies such as Unilever (Euronext Amsterdam: UNA-NL) and Lenovo (Hong Kong Stock Exchange: 992-HK). It also showed that employment figures could be about to get a boost. Over half of respondents said that they were looking to hire new workers over the next six months, compared with just 4 percent saying they planned to lay off staff, and 40 percent predicting no change.
The results are in line with optimistic calls from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) . In October, the international body held its growth estimate for developed countries - including the euro area, the U.S., U.K., Japan and Canada - at 1.2 percent in 2013 and 2.0 percent in 2014.
However, the BRIC countries - the acronym coined in 2001 for the then-fast-growing economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China - suffered some of the largest growth downgrades by the IMF. It cut its 2013 outlook for each of Russia, India and China, and its 2014 forecast for all four BRIC nations. It now expects global growth of 2.