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.
wdblawgrow/amd_roadspill is known on the Intel board as the Angry Inch. He is a perpetual message board stalker and also welches on football bets. And these are just his good qualities. He never posts his own trades but will Monday morning QB anyone who does. He's an emotionally insecure, angry wannabe investor who is terrified of his own impotence. Other than that he is a fine fellow.
Continues to post in adolescent paid shill machine gun style. Of course, he has nothing of substance to say because there hasn't been ANY news during the last couple of bucks of decline in the stock. This is a simple disconnect of the stock price from any reality whatsoever. This naturally is why call buyers are jumping in. Micron shorts are going down. jctuttle14, the pimpled-face kid and paid shill with them.
"Should the expectations continue to fall after the Q2 loss is posted in mar and perhaps a loss for the entire fy16 is then expected.Then all bets are off.
The new fair market valuation will have to of course be revised down with the lowered expectations from $5-7 to perhaps $3-5."
[You get more stupid and dishonest by the moment.]
A huge trade is looking for a rebound in Micron Technology, which has lost more than a third of its market value in recent months.
optionMONSTER's Heat Seeker tracking program detected the purchase of 15,400 March 10 calls for $0.88 to $0.93 this morning. Volume well surpassed open interest of 4,178 contracts, an indication that new money was put to work.
Long calls lock in the price where investors can buy stock, allowing them to profit from a rally with limited capital at risk. Their cheap cost can also generate significant leverage on a percentage basis if shares move in the right direction.(See our Coaching section)
MU is down 4.91 percent to $9.88 near midday trading and has fallen 37 percent in the last three months. The chip maker's last quarterly report on Dec. 22 was bearish, and results are expected to come out after the close on March 31.
Overall option volume is about average in MU so far today. Calls outnumber puts by a bullish 8-to-1 ratio, according to the Heat Seeker.
From Yahoo Finance
No wonder their stock is in decline.
"wallisweaver is "Dip" of the Year!!!"
[Even worse than you being stupid is that you aren't funny or entertaining. ]
"Everything way oversupplied. This bust same as other busts, all participants lose $Bs. Suspect MU is toast for 2016, until we get to something for 3dXP in 2017."
[Then you know nothing about the developing trends. ]
[A perfect example of the pap they are taught to post in the paid shill pool. ]
Prolly too much to ask. And the paid shill boss would smack him around for going off-message.
Just waiting for the gap up.
Laughing at the paid shills. The sheer stupidity of their posts is hilarious:
"get out before losing another 50%."
"Do not touch this pos. you'll lose your shirt!!"