Hmmm. It seems to be wearing off already. Go figure.
Twinkletoes still needs that breast pump. His bile and venom glands are exploding. Someone swing by Wal*Mart and help Fussbudget out.
"It did, and I still don't understand. What does a 'guess a password' attack on icloud have anything to do with Apple Pay, especially considering some of the NFC technology being rolled out isn't even "protected" by a pin?"
[AE would tell you not to worry about security on the iPhone because it has a really nice processor. ]
The bile and venom glands must be full to overflowing. A simple trip to Wall*Mart for a breast pump would provide him with much needed relief from his chronic rage.
Milk those glands, Twinkletoes! We're tired of you venting here. It's disgusting.
"Perhaps I don't understand your concerns but what makes Apple Pay any different from other contactless payment systems that are being rolled out in the world?"
[What made Apple security different and resulted in all those headlines? Maybe you should look there for answers.]
Not content with the silly daily projections and comments that have made him the laughing stock of the board, Lucy (ApologyBoy) reaches for lower lows. But he is already pretty much as low as anyone could get - as a human being, a wannabe investor and for sure as a paid shill.
But reaching for lower lows still won't change Intel being his daddy.
Who's your daddy, Lucy?
Intel. Intel yo daddy.
No wonder he's depressed.
Note that Rice is a good school although they have a lousy football team and the occasional under-performer like Lucy who matriculates there.
Good news: They play Old Dominion next.
Actually I'm not sure it was Rice - it might have been Oral Roberts University.
What with all the good economic news, Wall Street will once again campaign for the big correction. Because what could possibly be worse for the markets than good economic news? No, you can't make this stuff up and you don't have to because the pinheads on Wall Street do it for us.
But if the bleating requests for a correction are successful, then ARM with its astronomical P/E will drop like a rock as it has in every sell-off. Why do you think the big boys on Wall Street have been so desperate for you to buy their shares???
Safe haven in a sell-off? Intel, of course.
Well, maybe if he would stop with the silly daily projections and comments, it would make him look less like the laughing stock of the board and it would lift his mood.
But it won't change Intel being his daddy.
Who's your daddy, Lucy?
Intel. Intel yo daddy.
When far-reaching core vendors such as Intel and Microsoft step up, they can drive industry change better than can a closed vendor such as Apple. The IDF audience was pumped, largely because Intel used good stagecraft, and the result should be a more rapid advancement of the technologies that Intel wants to drive into the market.
will_amd_yu (Lucy) doesn't know the difference between relationship and cause and effect - always demonstrating a complete willingness to manipulate statistics into something that will appear to offset the fact that he has been consistently on the wrong side of the stock for at least 22 months.
The stock has moved up by $15.39 yet now he does a victory dance because of 30 cents in downward movement that didn't even result from the "cause" he cited.
Lucy longs to live permanently in his fantasy world in which the stock moves down simply because he suggests that it will move down. In the real world, stripped of his fantasies, he has become the laughing stock of the board - even surpassing Twinkletoes in buffoonery - for his daily predictions and comments.
Intel owns Lucy. Uncontrollable rage owns Twinkletoes. Both are a therapist's wet dream.
"After a technical analysis of complex wave patterns I am recommending INTC as a strong sell. The first PT is 17 USD per share on midterm view. The Longterm PT is below 10 USD - at 4.xx USD per share. Do your own due dilligence."
"After a technical analysis of complex wave patterns"
"Do your own due dilligence."
macrocosmonaut to Ignore ]
"I want to leave you with this point, though. It isn't about technology or product. It's incredibly important for executives to step up during events such as IDF. By doing so they honor their people, investors and customers, and they set a level of excellence. That should help Intel perform at a very high level once again."
Intel nailed it at its recent developer forum, showing off innovative products that honor the hard work of its employees and partners while also setting a high standard for other vendors to follow. Crucially, it all started with CEO Brian Krzanich.
Intel's executive leadership has stepped it up at this week's Intel Developer Forum. I used to do speaker reviews for Intel. After Andrew Grove left, though, poorly prepped speakers, sloppy presentations and missed opportunities defined IDF, with folks changing their presentations right up until they went on stage. Intel found my speaker reviews too critical, so I wasn't asked to continue.
This year, Intel executives were prepared and well-rehearsed. Even CEO Brian Krzanich brought the magic. This should help Intel once again take leadership in markets ranging from wearable devices and sensors to large-scale data centers. Intel may have actually outperformed Apple – partly because Tim Cook is no Steve Jobs, partly because of a level of execution I haven't seen from Intel in over a decade.
Another ARMH day in the red. If we have a correction Humpty will drop below $40.
Buy now. The big boys are holding a bunch of shares for you. You big mouth ARM posters should buy some since you never have before. Put your money where your huge mouths are. Ha, like that's going to happen.
Lots of opinions but no positions.
Go ahead you boneless cretins - buy some ARMH and post your buy up instead of your usual Pavlov dog toothless impotent barking.