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Micron Technology, Inc. (MU)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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63.10+1.48 (+2.39%)
As of 01:14PM EDT. Market open.
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  • E
    EDWARD
    Happy but why is MU going up?
    Bullish
  • J
    Jazenevc
    Cisco has posted good earnings and offered good guidance. It can help tech stocks tomorrow. This is slightly different sector, but still close enough to cloud-enterprise-data centers.
  • J
    Joseph
    Are you guys part of (http://traderspot.club)? They just talked about MU
  • H
    Hesser
    Have you guys ever heard of (http://Themaxgains.tech)? The picks on there are way better than MU
  • C
    Cavalier2015
    In the past chip down cycles micron has bottomed at or slightly below BV which is currently around 45$. Don’t see that happening in this cycle unless stock market has a significant pullback .
  • F
    FanboysSuck
    Might be good time for Micron and Intel to merge.
  • S
    SamIAm
    Just how long will this be in the penalty box? Incredibly low PE. CEO has been extremely negative however.
  • G
    Gerry
    Food for thought......The media talks about "weak pricing" on semis. I sat on the CSCO conference call yesterday and an analyst asked if component costs (i.e. semiconductor cost) could come down in the coming quarters. This is how the CSCO CFO answered that question.

    "I dream that I will come into work one day and find a letter from a semiconductor company that they are lowering my price, but it's just a dream........ and clearly not happening."

    What's that tell you?
  • M
    Mike
    This rally really had to catch a lot of investors and traders by surprise
  • O
    Ollie
    Mosemann reiterated his buy rating on MU with $100 pt. Gotta hand it to him, he stands his ground, even during the earthquake
  • Y
    Ykp
    Seasaw action but waiting till game stops so we could move up to highs!
  • B
    Bubba Bo Bob
    Starting from July 1st, I have channel line drawn that have about 60.39 as bottom today. Not sure if it gets there and bounces up to churn or if Fed news will make it fall through. Lots of open interest options at $60 for this week expiry. Should be interesting trading for rest of this week. GLTA.
  • S
    Seth
    Wow, who knew 65 was in the cards for this week, after hitting 59 ???
  • J
    Jazenevc
    Also, new US tax increase will affect corporate buybacks. Public traded US companies will have to pay 1% excise tax on buyback amounts. This is not a high number to stop the companies from doing buybacks, but it could make more difficult for buyback supporters to argue for them in eternal dispute what is better: dividends or buybacks?
  • J
    Jazenevc
    FYI. One thing goes almost unnoticed by sites, touting themselves as “financial news”. 15% corporate minimum tax, in process of being voted in by US Congress, will affect many big US tech companies, currently generating most profits in foreign locations. As of now, these companies pay very little or none US taxes.The new law will ask them to pay 15% on all profit, disregarding where it was made.
  • J
    Jazenevc
    Bunch of analyst reactions to news yesterday.
    Maintained as Buy at Mizuho. Price target reduced from $84 to $75.
    Maintained as Buy at Citigroup. Price target reduced from $80 to $75.
    Maintained as Buy at Deutsche Bank. Price target reduced from $70 to $68.
    Maintained as Buy at UBS. Price target reduced from $90 to $80.
  • S
    Seth
    Out of 60% position @ $65, probably back in / when / after some semblance of a pullback by late summer - mid October
  • M
    Mike
    Where’s Philip?
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