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    Julia
    Julia
    Overall I think we will see upside for ASML in the short-term. Perhaps a pullback next day or so could occur I suppose but are yall also seeing a further leg higher? awe-som*sto-cks recently alerted this company i think. google them.
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    Sandra
    Sandra
    ASML, looks to be overvalued at this price Not sure how AWEsome.Stock-s finds all these incredible trade ideas but im happy.
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    David
    David

    If you want time, you must 'make' it. http://dataunion.tistory.com/1212

    [2016-MAY] ASML Holding N.V. NASDAQ : ASML Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
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    Susan
    Susan
    ASML, looks to be overvalued at this price Do you guys find it difficult to know when to buy or sell something? I prefer to get my stocks from awe_some_stock_s.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    ASML is down -4.96% to 128.31
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    Shannon
    Shannon
    If we are to go off the RSI then you could argue that a pull back next day or so could occur on ASML before rallying up. if you guys have questions you should ask a-w-esome-STOCK-S. They often respond to my emails which is helpful.
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    Now that Samung has unloaded most of its stake in ASML causing the stock to drop nearly 10% from its high of $110 in late Sept to under $100/share, we started to see rebound in ASML. With Market at record highs ,ASML is expected to surpass the $110 mark in no time. End of Year adjustments by Fund Managers however may push it to early January. On the other hand, the latest market rally "Trump rally" has been generally Tech Light which made the short term visibility for the Semiconductors sector somewhat uncertain. The coming administration is more into traditional manufacturing industries (oil, gas, heavy machinery, construction..) than to high tech industries that does not have smoke stacks or produce tangible products.
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    In a separate keynote, Toshiba disclosed plans to push conventional NAND to higher density and performance levels. It plans to deliver in 2017 a 512 Gbit NAND chip using 16 die linked via through-silicon vias to enable packages with a terabyte of storage. A follow on for 2019 could use 32 die to put 2 TBytes in a package.

    The new chips will enable 64-100 Tbyte drives in the 2018-2020 time frame. Such SSDs aim to hit costs of 5-7 cents/Gbyte so they could start to replace mainstream hard-disk arrays used by large data centers today.
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    Mike
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    And,...
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    The results amount to some of the first specific proof points for the technology Intel and Micron announced a year ago. A Micron executive reinforced the companies’ position that XPoint will not replace NAND but fill a gap between DRAM and NAND in performance, capacity and price

    Facebook is among a handful of potential customers testing XPoint products. In a brief interview with EE Times, a keynoter from Facebook said the company’s software is ready to incorporate new persistent memories like XPoint for uses such as caches and database applications as soon as Intel and Micron can deliver products.
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    Cymer/HMI/ASML.

    SpaceVR has signed a launch agreement to send its virtual reality satellite to the International Space Station using a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in 2017. The small startup has contracted NanoRacks — a company that runs the commercial laboratory aboard the International Space Station — to prepare Overview 1, SpaceVR’s twin-camera cube satellite, for release into low Earth orbit using NanoRacks’ CubeSat Deployer. Overview 1 will head to the ISS inside one of SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsules during the CRS-12 resupply mission, which is expected to launch early next summer.
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    Mike
    Mike

    "The new chips will enable 64-100 Tbyte drives in the 2018-2020"

    And,...
    This is just the start.
    Cymer/HMI/ASL!

    The new chips will enable 64-100 Tbyte drives in the 2018-2020 time frame. Such SSDs aim to hit costs of 5-7 cents/Gbyte so they could start to replace mainstream hard-disk arrays used by large data centers today.


    Toshiba's road map calls for 32-layer TSV NAND chips that pack 2 TBytes in a package before 2020. (Images: Toshiba)

    Separately, Toshiba now has working chips for QLC, a version of flash supporting four bits/cell. The dense designs could enable 100 TByte SSDs and beyond, initially using a PCIe Gen 3 interface.

    One such drive could replace a dozen hard drives while offering significantly lower power consumption and higher performance. Toshiba plans to shift the designs to PCIe Gen 4 in 2019.


    100 TB SSDs?

    Like Tom Watson said --

    "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers."

    Thomas Watson, president of IBM, 1943

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/155984/worst_tech_predictions.html

    [OK, that was an example of a terrible prediction, lol. Still-- 100TB SSDs?!]