My Nexus tablet is great to play games with.... a quick email.... a look a Facebook. But whenever I really want to do any work or searching, I definitely prefer my laptop or my desktop.
I also agree. I have a Nexus tablet that I enjoy playing games on and looking at Facebook. But when I want to get research anything on the net I use my tablet. I use my desktop for work. The tablet is a fun toy but not necessary. However, I know real estate agents and insurance agents on the go use a tablet. There is a place for everything.
Should I buy before or after the split. I have owned this stock several times over the years, and have kicked myself I didn't hold on to it after the last 3 for1 split. Sold at a good profit, but wished I had held. Want to get in again, but am waiting for $90.00. Thinking of just buying it at this price.
Woke up yesterday and couldn't believe my eyes that BRCM was up over $3.00 a share. I have held this stock for over a year and a half, averaging down to about $32.00 a share. I just had to pull the trigger. It looks like BRCM is definitely going to go higher and I have missed a further run-up. However, I just could sit and watch this stock go down and have to wait and wait for it to go up.
It has been a rough year or so. I've had to keep averaging down. Basis is around $32.00. But I think we're ready to finally take off. Positive news is out.
It's all how you look at things. Like the glass half empty or half full. I see nothing wrong with a very wealthy country making sure those in need get the help they need.
I joined LinkedIn several months ago. Then I was asked for furnish my address book so I clicked okay. Then I realize what had happened and rescinded it. I don't think I've a problem with that again. However, I do get invitations from various people who are fine, but I'm not that interested in participating in LinkedIn so I ignore the invitations.
This is my last post on this subject. I have owned HD at around $30 and sold at around $50. I am still fond of HD. However, I feel that HD dropped the ball on my flooring order.
Piper Jaffray upgraded Intel to "overweight" from "neutral" and downgraded Broadcom to "neutral" from "overweight." Intel shares ticked higher in extended-hours trading, while Broadcom dipped.
It happened 51 minutes ago, April 2, 2014.
It was outside the warehouse. I called on my order and the saleslady had to go find it. She did. When I called about my delivery, I was connected to the warehouse and the employee had to go look for it. He said there was a mix-up and it had been sitting there for 10 days. When it was finally delivered, the delivery guy started to unload it and saw it was soaking wet. So he took it all back to the warehouse. I didn't want to wait another 2 or 3 weeks to get the flooring so decided to wait to have anything done to my floors.
First of all, #$%$ does not happen, and I wasn't looking for an excuse. Wet flooring is not acceptable in any event. When I called on my order, the saleslady looked for it and found it. She told me it had been delivered to HD 10 days earlier. Then it sat in the warehouse outside until it rained and got soaked. At this point, I had no choice but to not accept that flooring. Have you ever seen engineered hardwood flooring soaked. Not very appetizing.
I used to love Home Depot. Especially same as cash so I could buy without interest and spread out my payments. However, I went into Home Depot to purchase new flooring. The lady who helped me was terrific. However, when the flooring was finally delivered to my house, after being outside of the warehouse for 2 weeks, it was delivered soaked. I canceled the order and have decided to just refinish my wood floors. They lost a $6,000 sale. I think I'm done for awhile with Home Depot.
China Content Broadcasting Network – Broadcom Corporation, a global innovation leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced that Inspur Group, Shandong Cable Network's primary systems integrator, has selected Broadcom's award-winning2 high definition set-top box system-on-chip to enable deployment of cable services to millions of China cable subscriber
You have to understand, most tech stocks were inflated when the tech bubble burst in 2000. Therefore, it has taken a huge amount of time for these stocks to come down to earth. So if you bought "high" or shall I say "much too high" you have to patient.
Intel's modem group – late to the market with its first LTE modem known as XMM 7160 (which was supposed to be an early 2013 launch) – is making up for lost time with its latest-and-greatest XMM 7260.
Well, I just hope this good news drive the stock price up.