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wallisweaver 1015 posts  |  Last Activity: 14 hours ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • And the board mutts firmly back in the woodshed.

  • They must have gotten some bad advice from Lucy's Ultimate Stock Alerts.

  • Reply to

    Rich Chinese man buys 2 gold Apple watches for dog

    by aiiyiiyiii May 27, 2015 11:59 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver 22 hours ago Flag

    We should get a couple for the mutts on this board. No, not the gold ones - the 3 buck knock-offs will do fine.

  • Excellent. Now maybe people will stop talking about Intel buying Broadcom.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 7:25 PM Flag

    Okay, who's got Ash's cell phone number? Let's have some fun.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 5:56 PM Flag

    "What's ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE is for Intel shares to reach $22."

    [And now Lucy says:

    "It will see 31 before it ever sees 35. Those of you buying in the 37s won't see that price for at least another two years."

    So, is 35 the new 22, huh Lucy? And what does that tell us? LOL ]

  • Just too much baggage for you, butkus? LOL

    So, now what? You are returning to your ApologyBoy ID, your daily stupidity predictions and calling Intel filth every time it goes up and makes you angry?

    You're a little man, Lucy - a really tiny, angry insecure man.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 9:31 AM Flag

    Number of days by ARM without a new 52-week high.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 9:28 AM Flag

    The ultimate bad investment experience.

  • The Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge were showcased to the world during the Mobile World Congress 2015 tech trade event at the beginning of March. Both models were made available for purchase in April. Both have received rave reviews from buyers and critics. But the sales for launch month apparently have fallen dramatically short of expectations.

    From IBT

  • Reply to

    Ash Likes Purley

    by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 2:42 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver May 27, 2015 2:45 AM Flag

    "Intel's data center product story is just awesome; Intel is delivering leadership products today, and it looks like the company is only accelerating the competitiveness of its future data center products. This is a recipe for continued success if I've ever seen one. "

    Ashraf Eassa

    [A pretty powerful statement from Ash, who usually spends almost as much time bashing Intel as he does praising them.]

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 2:42 AM Flag

    A slide deck discussing Intel's (NASDAQ: INTC ) next-generation server platform, known as "Purley," has been floating around the Web (via the AnandTech forums). The deck, dated May 2015, contains some very interesting information pertaining to this new server platform.

    In one of the slides, Intel says Purley is the "biggest platform enhancement since Nehalem." For those of you who remember Intel's move to Nehalem -- which allowed Intel to return to a leadership position in x86 server chips -- this is an incredibly powerful statement.

    And, from what I can tell, it's an accurate statement.

    From Ash at Motley Fool

  • Jefferies contends that the semiconductor industry is seeing an inventory correction, following a rapid and medium-term YoY revenue expansion.

    Mr. Lipacis contended that last December was the point when inventory correction started, and now the semis appear to be materially undershipping their customers, based on the June quarter guidance (3QCY15). Moreover, the sell-side consensus is modeling semis to undership through the September quarter this year (3QCY15), which would make it a full fourth quarter of sublimatory correction, he anticipated.

    But that is only part one of the pattern. He thinks that the semiconductor industry has a reputation for incorrectly adding capacity during inventory builds, and incorrectly lowering capacity during inventory corrections, as evidenced by the change of 2015 capex plans by Intel and Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg. Co. Ltd. (ADR) (NYSE:TSM), during the quarter. Intel cut its capex plans by 13%, and TSMC lowered it by 9%.

    Mr. Lipacis concluded, “So the data tells the story of a classic semiconductor pattern where inventory corrections lead to capex cuts, which sets the group up for a longer lead time in inventory restocks, and upward revisions in the second half of the year (2HCY15).”

    Posted today on BidnessEtc

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver May 27, 2015 2:26 AM Flag

    Lucy has been an Intel basher since the years when Intel was in the teens (and perhaps before that). In fact, one of his favorite bashing posts from those times was something like, "Intel is a Teen-ager again!"

    His anti-Intel position was basically related to him getting fired by Intel and had nothing to do with him ever following my Intel bullish position. Lucy never followed my advice and the story about him doing so and losing a lot of money is a fiction although I'm sure he lost plenty of money as a consistent Intel bear.

    Lucy was in his heyday back in the times when 44 out of 44 analysts were bearish on Intel and regularly got earnings wrong. Intel regularly got hammered by the analysts and Wall Street during that era in spite of excellent results.

    Lucy bashed me for an expansive period of time over saying that those who bought Intel at $24 would be okay. It was during this time he uttered his most famous quote:

    "What's ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE is for Intel shares to reach $22."

    Of course, Intel did in fact move above $24. Lucy later modified his stream of bile and venom in which he upped his $24 benchmark in his comments to $30. Then, of course, Intel moved above $30.

    Lucy is now on a very extended losing streak and not dealing with it very well.

    Lucy's position on Intel is directly related to his psychological dysfunction. Just like Twink. It has nothing to do with investment skills. Neither has any investment skills or they wouldn't let their personality disorders dictate their investment positions.

  • The Power Of Continuum

    Among the changes and fresh offerings Windows 10 will deliver, Continuum catches the most attention. The feature allows the pairing of a mobile device and full-sized PC, giving users the option to work on a tiny device while viewing everything on the larger monitor that comes with a desk top or laptop computer.

    In theory, Continuum will easily morph a very powerful Windows 10 smartphone just by hooking up with a compatible PC, PC World reported. Simply put, a user with access to a high-end phone running on Windows 10 can perform all the things the Surface Pro 4 is billed to do. So in the end, consumers may find the Pro 4 or Microsoft’s complete tablet line-up irrelevant.

    From IBT

    [So, the bottom line is that nobody wanted a lousy (RT) version of Windows on a desktop, laptop or tablet. And guess what? Nobody wants a lousy RT version of Windows on a smartphone either.

    This development guarantees Intel a huge advantage going forward in the smartphone marketplace - just as mega.hurts has been telling us all along. And, of course, Monk told us again and again that this would never happen as he just couldn't get his head around a development like Continuum. Mega.hurt told us it was inevitable.

    So, now we go through another cycle until Microsoft figures it out again - that nobody wants RT on ANY device.]

  • SHANGHAI, China — Qualcomm and MediaTek, you better watch out. Here comes Spreadtrum, riding piggyback on Intel’s foundry business and gunning for 14nm FinFET, with sights set on 10nm.

    China’s Spreadtrum Communications will use Intel Corp.’s 14nm FinFET process technology, for both the low- and high-end mobile chips the company plans to launch in 2016, Leo Li, chairman and CEO of Spreadtrum, told EE Times Tuesday (May 26).

    From EETimes

  • Intel has refreshed its NUC line with a few new models, based on 14nm silicon.

    From Fudzilla

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver May 26, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    Intel Purley will launch with the 14nm Skylake architecture. The resulting (Socket P) Xeon server CPUs will be available with up to 28 physical cores (56 hyperthreaded cores). Beyond the new CPU benefits of better performance per watt and AVX-512 instructions, the Purley platform will offer important advancements in memory architecture, integrated network fabric and optional extras such as FPGA integration or added Cannonlake graphics processing.

    From Hexus

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