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wallisweaver 718 posts  |  Last Activity: 13 hours ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 29, 2016 10:02 AM Flag

    "Here are the only facts you need to know. The flux capacitor is a hoax and MU is a POS."

    [If the case against Micron is so strong why do you have to post the constant lies? Bottom line: You're a mindless shill who actually doesn't know anything about technology.]

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    Poor Weaver bought MU and it instantly tanked.

    by will_amd_yu Jan 29, 2016 12:32 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 29, 2016 12:40 AM Flag

    Lucy, will we open at $27 tomorrow? LOL

    Now tell me a good story, Lucy. Like the one about how you made money trading Intel. That's my favorite fantasy.

  • A major surprise factor can significantly have an impact on a company’s stock price after the earnings release. As of now, research analysts expect the stock to attain $19.361 in coming one year. This number is reached after polling as many as 18 analysts in Zacks Research. The expected range for the coming year is placed in between $40 and $10. The estimates were last revised on 2016-01-21.

    From themarketsdaily

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Jan 29, 2016 12:24 AM Flag

    Legendary investor Warren Buffett advises to be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. One way we can try to measure the level of fear in a given stock is through a technical analysis indicator called the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which measures momentum on a scale of zero to 100. A stock is considered to be oversold if the RSI reading falls below 30.

    In trading on Wednesday, shares of Micron Technology Inc. (Symbol: MU) entered into oversold territory, hitting an RSI reading of 29.5, after changing hands as low as $12.27 per share. By comparison, the current RSI reading of the S&P 500 ETF (SPY ) is 33.6. A bullish investor could look at MU's 29.5 RSI reading today as a sign that the recent heavy selling is in the process of exhausting itself, and begin to look for entry point opportunities on the buy side.

    From nasdaq

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Jan 29, 2016 12:21 AM Flag

    Conclusion

    Micron possesses a briefcase that contains a shining, priceless object - and they have a duty to characterize this to shareholders at some point. How much does priceless sell for in a capitalist market? For exactly one dollar more than the second highest bidder can pay, give or take.

    Who are the bidders?

    Anyone who wants to control the future of computing.

    From Stephen Breezy at Seeking Alpha

    [A long and complex but very interesting article. Not for anyone in the tuttle family or for any of the drooling mob momentum crowd either. ]

  • An executive from IM Flash, the Intel and Micron joint venture focussing on the task of developing 3D XPoint memory chips, has provided expanded details about the roadmap for this new memory technology. Guy Blalock, co-CEO of IM Flash, told the EETimes yesterday that sample 3D XPoint chip availability is "just around the corner", however he added that it could take 12 to 18 months to get Xpoint into mass production.

    On timescales, the IM Flash co-CEO said that engineering samples of 3D XPoint chips are "right around the corner… give the R&D guys a little more time to work out the kinks". If the report last week, carried by Legit Reviews, showing Beth Crair, Intel Vice President and General Manager, Storage Group, holding aloft an early mechanical sample 512GB NVDIMM built with the tech is anything to go by, it indeed will be very soon.

    From Hexus

    [In other words, it's close enough to start vaporizing Micron shorts in the 6 month timeframe. ]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 11:59 PM Flag

    Amazing how the pinheads in the paid shill pool consistently manage to miss all of the positive Micron press.

  • Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) CFO Ernest E. Maddock bought 10,000 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction on Thursday, January 21st. The shares were purchased at an average cost of $10.69 per share, with a total value of $106,900.00. Following the transaction, the chief financial officer now directly owns 123,256 shares in the company, valued at approximately $1,317,606.64. The acquisition was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which can be accessed through this hyperlink.

    From EMQTV

  • Micron may be the biggest and only prominent seller of DRAM chips in the U.S., but its greater reliance on this business has also been the bane of its success. Nobody can question the fact that PC sales are in a perpetual decline now, along with the DRAM chips used in PCs for memory.

    However, the market has missed a critical fact here. Just like the semi-conductor industry is evolving, so is Micron. Up until last year, Micron may have largely relied on two of its product lines—DRAMs and SSDs. That is changing this year.

    Two Technologies Could Be Game-Changers for MU Stock

    Often overlooked, there are two very promising next-generation technologies in the pipeline that are expected to unlock great value for the company by the second half of this year through to next year.

    The first of these is the “Micron Automata” processor. A massive breakthrough in the data processing world, the Micron Automata processor is so fast it can solve complex data problems in the snap of your fingers. Where will it find its utility? Genetic decoding, bioinformatics, biometrics, and network security for government and private sectors, to name just a few areas.

    The second is the “Micron 3D XPoint” chip. A next-generation memory chip, the “Micron 3D XPoint” is being created in partnership with Intel, which will not only overtake the super-fast NAND memory chips in speed by 1,000-fold, but also beat the cheaper DRAM chips in pricing.

    It will be a game-changing year for Micron stock in 2016 and supporting my conclusion is Morgan Stanley, which upgraded MU stock on Thursday to a price target of $18.00. (Source: “Now Is the Time to Buy Micron (MU), Morgan Stanley Proclaims,” Street Insider, January 21, 2016.)

    Investors shouldn’t pay heed to the nervous bears abandoning ship. Remember: you cannot make money by blindly following the herd. If you go quarter-by-quarter, you’re not really investing—you’re trading. Trading hasn’t made billionaires; investing has.

    From ProfitConfidential

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 11:47 PM Flag

    Even though I have been a constant critic of Micron and its management for the last year I believe it has reached a price where the risk-reward ratio has shifted enough to inaugurate a buy recommendation below $10. Here are the reasons why.

    Buyout potential should keep the price above $10 for the next year or so.

    In July Tsinghau Group made an offer to buy Micron at $21 per share, or about $23 billion. At the time Micron was selling at about $18 and Micron management showed no interest. In fact the subject was never even brought up in subsequent meetings with the press. Of course, as of today that offer looks pretty good. So Tsinghau did Micron a favor by just initiating the idea that Micron is a buyout candidate. That idea will keep a floor under the stock price for at least another year.

    The projected loss for the next quarter should be the worst news for the next year.

    Inotera deal should add significantly to second half operating and free cash flow.

    On December 14th Micron announced the purchase of the half of Inotera not already owned by Micron. This purchase will add to operating cash flow starting in the second half of the year according to CFO Ernie Maddock:

    After closing, we will receive the full benefit of this cash flow. Over the last 12 months this would have generated an approximate $1.4 billion of incremental operating cash flow for the Company.

    And regarding free cash flow:

    Based on current market conditions Inotera's operations should on average generate north of $600 million of incremental free cash flow for a year for Micron.

    Conclusion

    Even though Micron has been a performance laggard for the last year or so it has reached a price point where buying becomes attractive.

    Sounds like a buy to me...

    From Anchorite at SeekingAlpha

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    Interesting

    by stockjock44 Jan 28, 2016 4:20 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 6:39 PM Flag

    "Intel's one and only growth area is servers. They "missed" there. If servers dont grow fast enough, they have nowhere left to hide."

    [Only the incredibly uninformed, like you Lucy, would suggest that servers are Intel's only growth area. Intel has data centers, memory, SSDs, FPGA's, gaming and the IoT - just to mention a few of the growth areas. Memory, FPGA's and the IoT are going to be huge. If the case against Intel is so strong then why do you have to constantly post complete falsehoods?]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 6:33 PM Flag

    "Because once a stock falls below $10, many Mutual funds stop buying it."

    [Shills talk about everything but the company, it's technology and the fundamental dynamics in the industry. Please just go away.]

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    Take this SINGLE DIGIT POS to the morgue

    by jekdc Jan 28, 2016 4:16 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 6:13 PM Flag

    "Why would an insider sell 60,000 near the 52 low..."

    [Why would an informed investor who already knew about that, take out a massive call position on the stock, dufus?]

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    Take this SINGLE DIGIT POS to the morgue

    by jekdc Jan 28, 2016 4:16 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 6:12 PM Flag

    "Go read my messages"

    [The last thing I'm going to do is research messages from an adolescent paid shill who is incapable of doing anything other than machine gun posting smack and who doesn't know the first thing about technology. If you want some respect then post some content and quit acting like a 2-year old.]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 6:08 PM Flag

    "on an every day basis since it was 22. Man is impeccable at giving Bad Advice to others. Not once has he made money!"

    [Says the guy without the balls to post his own trades and without the balls to post except as an impersonator. If you want advice from a multiple ID using, ball-less wonder who stalks people on financial message boards, this is the guy for you. ]

  • Even though I have been a constant critic of Micron and its management for the last year I believe it has reached a price where the risk-reward ratio has shifted enough to inaugurate a buy recommendation below $10. Here are the reasons why.

    Buyout potential should keep the price above $10 for the next year or so.

    In July Tsinghau Group made an offer to buy Micron at $21 per share, or about $23 billion. At the time Micron was selling at about $18 and Micron management showed no interest. In fact the subject was never even brought up in subsequent meetings with the press. Of course, as of today that offer looks pretty good. So Tsinghau did Micron a favor by just initiating the idea that Micron is a buyout candidate. That idea will keep a floor under the stock price for at least another year.

    The projected loss for the next quarter should be the worst news for the next year.

    Inotera deal should add significantly to second half operating and free cash flow.

    On December 14th Micron announced the purchase of the half of Inotera not already owned by Micron. This purchase will add to operating cash flow starting in the second half of the year according to CFO Ernie Maddock:

    After closing, we will receive the full benefit of this cash flow. Over the last 12 months this would have generated an approximate $1.4 billion of incremental operating cash flow for the Company.

    And regarding free cash flow:

    Based on current market conditions Inotera's operations should on average generate north of $600 million of incremental free cash flow for a year for Micron.

    Conclusion

    Even though Micron has been a performance laggard for the last year or so it has reached a price point where buying becomes attractive.

    Sounds like a buy to me.

    From Anchorite at Seeking Alpha

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 4:24 PM Flag

    Call activity says it's on the way.

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    Take this SINGLE DIGIT POS to the morgue

    by jekdc Jan 28, 2016 4:16 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 4:21 PM Flag

    "Way to management, something to be proud of. Idiots."

    [Way to not be able to speak English, shill boy. Has anyone in the paid shill pool EVER posted a message with content? ]

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    Oh no!

    by intoodeep99 Jan 28, 2016 11:20 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jan 28, 2016 4:19 PM Flag

    "Close above $30 not looking good. Sure glad I sold at $35.10 a long time ago."

    [Yeah too bad you only had 3 shares. Can you repost when you bought those shares?]

  • This guy is a ball-less wonder who either doesn't trade or doesn't have enough confidence to post his trades. In the last two years he has constantly told everyone on the Intel board that ARMH losses don't matter because "ARMH has had a good run". He's a mentally ill stalker who has followed me around the message boards for years with his nose as far up my rear end as he can get it. He is as creepy as the day is long. In all seriousness, he needs professional mental health care. His creepy stalking behavior is going to get him arrested some day. He is one of those sick people who crave attention even if it's negative.

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