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Lam Research Corporation (LRCX)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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469.40-40.14 (-7.88%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
465.96 -3.44 (-0.73%)
Pre-Market: 04:09AM EDT
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    Kayla
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    Bullish
  • T
    Tj
    Here is the recession I predicted. Note who is POTUS and in control of both houses of congress. Elections are coming.
  • R
    Rich
    Joe for 2024!! Weekend at Bernies
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    Oath
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    Bullish
  • B
    BOB
    Looks like MU's comment about cutting back on investment is hurting LRCX and AMAT today
  • R
    Rich
    Under $500 again with $40 EPS
  • D
    DonA
    So what's the story? Is there, or ISN'T there a world wide chip shortage? Will chip makes need to invest in capacity and new technology for the next generation of cars, electronics, computers, networks, or NOT? Do we or don't we have massive supply chain bottlenecks to overcome?

    The first beneficiaries of this wave are the chip equipment companies, LRCX, KLAC, AMAT ...

    Seems clear to me. But the market is not showing any resolve on this outlook. It runs for the exits on the flimsiest of premises.
  • v
    valuegeek77
    Are $MU and $NVDA only chip makers in the world?

    Unbelievable!
  • R
    Rich
    Down $70 in a week
  • R
    Rich
    You didn't build that!! Joe did
  • R
    Rich
    Down $300 from high
  • R
    Rich
    Down $65 in 3 days
  • A
    AI
    For the 2 year period ended 2021, FCF (CFO-CapEx) was up 12% and stock was up nearly 300%. Now FCFs will plummet. Longs. What did you think would happen?
  • G
    Gerry
    WOW.......That was a FANTASTIC quarter. This is going MUCH higher.
  • R
    Rich
    All chips going to 0. Let's not invest in future. Let the uS be last
  • L
    Longterm5
    Thinking the chip act is neutral for Lam. Their customers were already going to buy the equipment, just putting it in a different location. It won’t change the overall capital equipment purchase. Saw Global Foundries interview where he said 3-6 months just for the application for funds to start. The fabs have 3-5 year plans in place with pull in or push out plans they pull from the shelf. Economy likely to slow, therefore slowing chip demand. Just my opinion.
  • K
    Kenneth
    Puts making money.
    Bearish
  • A
    AI
    For the longs who don't like my comment, explain the factual errors.
  • C
    Cliff
    Mind boggling to me how little the Semi analysts really know about the business these days!
    All the news about funding from the chips act is really misunderstood. I.E. Micron reportedly building “mega fab” in US somewhere. That sounds great! But, the majority of rare earth materials and gases needed to run such a fab come from outside the US. China, Russia, Ukraine and a few others are major suppliers of these very critical resources.
    Analysts and the current administration are absolutely clueless and fail to recognize the real threat that is looming.
  • T
    TheBigShort
    nice
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