"The problem that you seem to have with me is that I tend to be pretty honest about how I see things, despite my positions"
[No, the problem I have with you is that you are horribly inconsistent and that you diverge from logical thinking far too often to go on emotional, immature rants. It's impossible to boil your thinking down to anything other than a study of totally divergent opinions expressed at the same time.
And you don't seem to be able to think past next Tuesday in your time frame. There are currently a lot of forces in play but you have the future all mapped out in your head with no other possibilities being considered and this is how you present things. All of this mostly due to the tantrum you threw after Investor's Day which you apparently still haven't gotten over.
Given the number of times you have expressed extremely strong opinions and been almost immediately proven wrong, you might want to consider this as another possibility before continuing to carve your Intel bashing into stone tablets.]
[Anyone who puts this in every post obviously doesn't have any arguments to post up.]
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"Frankly, you are both pompous buffoons that should be avoided."
[Hey, that's "Mister" Pompous Buffoon to you, buddy.]
"There's no manipulation. Just a market of buyers and sellers."
[LOL. Yeah, that's why there are so many criminal convictions on Wall Street. Because it's all just buyers and sellers in regular free market environment.
That's why we have headlines like:
Wall Street's Culture of Corruption: Forex Markets Manipulated Too
Traders Manipulated Currency Rates To Profit Off Clients
Gold: The Next Libor Scandal?
It's So Easy To Rig Markets These Days
More Market Manipulation: Wall Street Out of Control
"First it was Libor, then currencies, then commodities. Now the market manipulation game extends to a vehicle known as ISDA fix that is used as a benchmark for pricing only trillions of dollars of worth of transactions.
Dodd-Frank reformed Wall Street, right?
- See more at: senseoncents"]
[Um, what planet are you living on???]
"Got trapped 23.72. Regret right after the purchasing this morning. Waiting for a bounce to get out. This one heading lower, at least $23. Dont feel good."
[We believe you. Not.]
"See, the problem is that, yes, Intel has process tech advantages but Intel also has a LOT of problems, ones that I've never seen you bring up."
[I'll bring Intel's up right after you do TSMC's. How's that?]
"You give the impression that Intel is kicking butt and taking names, but really it's a large cap tech company that continues to participate in a very limited fashion in two of the largest growth markets in compute (smartphones + tablets). This wouldn't be so bad if its major cash cow weren't in secular decline."
[Intel is kicking butt. You are just too blind to see the evidence in front of your face. You apparently can see anything that isn't happening this week.
To say that Intel selling 30 million tablets is meaningless because they aren't making any money indicates to me that your strategic business skills are almost non-existent. You're young but that doesn't have to mean that you are naive or ignorant. This last post of yours indicates an arrogance that takes my breath away. You simply think that you are smarter than everyone else and smart enough to lecture the people at Intel like they are little school children. Your cup of ego runneth over.]
Back to the Intel bashing, Ashraf? Really?
If you think that Wall Street didn't make a concerted effort to keep Intel down (Covello et al), then you are ignoring substantial evidence right in front of your face.
I've made an effort to give you the benefit of the doubt on your objectivity, but I'm getting sincerely tired of your bi-polar bashing and praising routine.
I categorically disagree with your assessments. Since your association with Nenni you have done nothing but bounce around all over heck and back on just about every company. Up and down. Up and down. Back and forth. Intel is great. Intel is terrible. I love Intel. Intel is dead money.
You are not making any sense any more. You need to do some serious thinking about your approach to your profession because it appears to me that you are spinning seriously out of control.
If you are now an Intel bear that's your choice. But to engage in this love-hate process serves no one.
Wow, must be using a bot. Some posts 6 seconds apart. Up to 188 posts now. This guy should do serious jail time.
188 posts | Last Activity: 7 seconds ago
Member since: Dec 4, 2013
This wannabe stock manipulation scammer is now up to 175 of these posts.
Again, those don't believe in paid shills here is your proof. Please post Abuse on each and every one of his messages until Yahoo removes them.
"This isn't a strategy that started when SDN started to get attention," Rose Schooler, vice president and general manager of the Communications and Storage Infrastructure Division at Intel, told GigaOM. "We've been on this journey for a decade. We've been looking at the evolution for the IA [Intel architecture] franchise within communications and redefined networking to boil it down into all of the infrastructure and workloads that support a network function."
Schooler plans to detail more of the work Intel is doing in this arena in a webcast on Wednesday. Intel wants to focus on application processing for things such as billing, and data plane processing, where routers route data packets.
Read more: fiercewireless
Yeah, I think perceptual computing has huge potential. It will fly under the radar and then one day pop up fully formed and ready to amaze.
"Keep buying lemmings"
[The Volcker Rule spells the end of days for you and the paid shill crowd, Lucy. But you still have some time to leave a few more manipulation posts. Better get them in while you can.
So, will the world of pizza delivery be happy to have you back?]
"Cover up. Even though the stock has fallen, if the report is not up to snuff, they will beat this like a dead horse. Right now, the horse is just lame. It will be shot tomorrow. Watch and see. Unlike typical financial disclosures, history repeats itself all the time with Finisar."
[Or if the report is good then there will be short's body parts all over the walls.]
[Maybe we can get one to smack paid shills up side the head.]
In an out-of-the-way Google office, two life-size humanoid robots hang suspended in a corner.
If Amazon can imagine delivering books by drones, is it too much to think that Google might be planning to one day have one of the robots hop off an automated Google Car and race to your doorstep to deliver a package?
Google executives acknowledge that robotic vision is a "moonshot." But it appears to be more realistic than Amazon's proposed drone delivery service, which Jeff Bezos, Amazon's chief executive, revealed in a television interview the evening before one of the biggest online shopping days of the year.
(Read more: Office robots: No more hiding from the boss)
Over the last half-year, Google has quietly acquired seven technology companies in an effort to create a new generation of robots. And the engineer heading the effort is Andy Rubin, the man who built Google's Android software into the world's dominant force in smartphones.
The company is tight-lipped about its specific plans, but the scale of the investment, which has not been previously disclosed, indicates that this is no cute science project.
beavercleavver: Why don't you go back to posting under your duhboyzarebackintown ID and welching on bets.
This guy throws up 123 posts today under a new ID in a blatant attempt to manipulate the market. Please hit Abuse to Yahoo on all of these posts.
123 posts | Last Activity: 6 seconds ago
Member since: Dec 4, 2013
Wow, you are such a great guy!
Now that's really funny. You have absolutely no problem with the guy who posts 82 "market collapse" messages under a new ID in a single morning but you have a problem with me for drawing attention to it.
All because you got your feelings hurt because I didn't agree that a Mac Air was the greatest thing since sliced bread and the best choice for all users.
You truly are a tiny man.