Pretty clear why if everyone doesn't hate Wall Street, everyone should. Wall Street doesn't make most of its money the hard way by earning it. Wall Street makes most of its money by fleecing the average investor with manipulated ups and downs. The best strategy continues to be holding what you have and incremental buying of the dips. Run screaming like a little girl and Wall Street will own you. We're not seeing any signs of worldwide recession. Conclusion: Some reality but mostly fabricated end of the world hype designed to instill fear and panic.
Just say no.
StalkerBoy follows on with more of his fake IDs. If you are delusional, do you know that you are delusional? Judging by StalkerBoy Sybil's machine gun use of his multiple IDs, I guess not.
The only question is whether he will get professional mental health care before or after he gets arrested.
Apparently you have to have multiple personality disorder to be an Intel basher.
I've never seen anyone who channels stupidity into every part of his behavior the way Lucy does.
Seems like a no brainer for anyone except Wall Street.
"My only concern is accurately picking the artificial bottom currently being produced in stocks I follow ;-)"
"You've called someone and "idiot" in 3 of your last 4 posts. Namecalling makes you look really, really insecure."
[There's a lot of idiots out there. You're one of them. Acting like an idiot makes you look really, really like an idiot.
And it's "an" idiot, not "and" idiot.
And it's "name calling", not "namecalling".
If you can't write without a mistake per sentence, then you're going to look like an idiot.]
with a price target of $20. The company is scheduled to host its Winter Analyst Day on February 12
Pitzer believes that the risk-reward is attractive at current valuations. He added, “Cost headwinds becoming tailwinds in DRAM, optionality around 3D and XPoint in late CY16/17 and relatively high strategic value (relevant with China initiatives to enter Memory) should all support recovery for the stock from current levels.”
"As a side, you're going to love the rumours that MS is working on a JIT x86 to ARM translator. Wonder what they could use one of those for?"
Do you have a wheel you spin?
I guess "cybahdreams" just came up. And now the wheel goes round and round...
"Good for you, so why don't you put your money where you mouth is?:)"
[So, in addition to being churlish, childish and content-free, you are now giving advice that you never, ever take?]
So far the US December quarter earnings reporting season is about 63% complete.
While 77% of results have beat on earnings, the size of positive surprises has been lower than in prior quarters and so earnings are still down 5.6% year on year.
Sales revenue is down 4%, but up 0.9% if energy is excluded.
Eurozone unemployment fell 0.1% in December, but remains high at 10.4%.
Producer price inflation remains negative at -3%yoy highlighting the risk of broader deflation.
Japan’s final manufacturing conditions PMI for January fell slightly to 52.3 but its services conditions PMI rose 0.9 points to 52.4 all of which is consistent with continuing growth.
Chinese business conditions PMIs painted a mixed picture for January with the official and Caixin manufacturing PMIs little changed and averaging a still soft 48.9, but the average of the services PMIs rose 0.6 points to a solid 53.
Quite clearly manufacturing remains weak but services are solid.
Meanwhile further help was provided for the housing sectors with another cut in minimum down payment rates for some cities.
India is doing well with manufacturing and services conditions PMIs rising solidly in January.
Cause I'm seeing a few tiny signs. LOL
Nope, still not $27, Lucy. But, hey - maybe aliens will land this week.
Wall Street has priced in a depression. And it looks like a depression is what it will take for you to ever be right.