I have started posting over at Investor Village om the MU board. You can sign up for free. Links can be posted.
I also own AMD.
MU could retest $29.38. It has back filled a prior gap up. Many investors are on vacation and should be coming back soon. Come on over to the Investors Village site and sign up for free. I joined up and like their message boards better.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
ALDW is still a good company. Will have better earnings coming up.
I am posting over on the MU BOARD AT iNVESTORS VILLAGE.
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IV allows to links post. Sweet.
YHOO will not even allow their own links to post.
No wonder ad revenue is dropping for YHOO.
Marissa love to spend that Alibaba money. Guess I will have to sell my YHOO stock.
I signed up at Investor Village Message Boards for free.
I will be posting on that MU message board as YHOO has ruined their boards.
Sign up is free.
I will use Xquestor as my ID.
Here is an article from Russ on INTC. In the article he talks about how MM's buy stock on behalf of investment funds. If the MM's are doing as he claims then why is it that they are not doing the same with MU?
I agree with you. I do not believe this is the time to sell. Russ has been writing articles about INTC and I believe has shifted money from MU to INTC. If you click on his name you will be able to see all the articles he has written. Even smart people are wrong sometimes.
I will be holding my position even though MU has had a drop. My tax implications would be tremendous and I would end up buying fewer shares as a result. The chart links I posted clearly showed that a drop was coming. It was in the cards even before Goldman released it statement. MU recovered from it's low of the day; which leads me to believe this was a shakedown of the margin players. JMHO
Samsung uses most of its own production. Apple had been a major user of Samsung products. That I
believe has changed, because of the bad blood lawsuits between the two companies. MU, by virtue of the
Elipida purchase has become a supplier for APPL and I believe that will continue to grow. If Samsung sees that more chips are needed, then I believe that MU will also see a demand increase for chips. I believe that
Goldmans remarks is their way of dropping the price of MU so clients can move into the stock at lower prices. Goldmans analyst has no way of knowing what the MU order book looks like; except by having insider information. The action today also looked like a equity trap for margin players. The market forced many weak players out of positions, creating losses that had to be covered by equity sales.
Tablet sales are down. I believe the reason is that people are waiting for the next generation of tablets; called phablets to come to market. It is like the cell phone revolution. New features and more memory. Products that can also act as communication devices, computers and social networking devices. Devices that are larger the a phone; but smaller then a tablet. JMHO
Nice to see you back.
I tend to stay away from new issues. Most of the time they will take a dump when insiders start selling restricted stock. If the company is at a reasonable PE and has earnings, then I might consider doing a buy.
There are too many good companies to chose from and the risk is much less with established companies.
My put option trades work very well with older stocks that pay dividends.
Here is the link that YHOO deleted.
I am glad that you got out with your seed money and some profit. I would take the rest and sell at this point while you can.
Yahoo has really messed up the message boards. I signed up for free over at Investors Village with my same ID. I noticed that Yahoo deleted a prior post labelled MU. Good Luck.
WMT is selling off today; but I think that it will recover very quickly. WFM and SFM are losing market share as people try to make their dollars go farther. A lot of that business will go to WMT. Yesterday, WMT closed at a previous bottom. I could have waited; but felt that any further drop would be
Patience is learned. Your trade could have gone the other way. I have seen stocks sell off on good earnings reports. I am glad that yours worked out.