Friday, October 19, 2007
Sector Spotlight: '87 Crash
Impossible to game.
As for the general market:
Well, considering everyone wants to 'celebrate' the crash of '87, we might as well try to reenact it, no?
Fucking morons scared of anniversaries. I can't help but vomit on my tv, whenever I see old artifacts, like Robertson, try to tell me where the market is going.
In closing, enjoy today's reenactment of the crash of '87, as the men on the exchange floor behave like crack heads in need of a fix.
I'll just go take a nap, then eat a few sandwiches.
I think NCC will be "consolidated"
soon. Prolly by JPM.
Thankfully, Leg 1 of the move today is over. Unfortunately, two more legs to come. Hope they are shallow.
I am very interested to hear the word from INTC CEO today. If it is anything like Chambers last quarter, we may have Pisani scrambling to justify the reversal.
Yes, I am in hope mode right now. Just natural.
in the mean time ;
bend over , here comes your lover man
Just an observation.
Hater. You are one negative knob that hasn't had a good word to say about anything. Has anyone assessed your personality. Contribute something other than the shit you do. I see your username and I immediately know where you are going with your post.
BTW, do you polishyourownknob?
It's like supplying one's own laugh track.*
*Note: Any and all Ray Liotta laughs are excluded from this analogy.
STV looks good. But, should the Chicoms continue to correct, it could get cheaper--XFML included.
whats a brotha gotta do to get added to your links on the left?
Any thoughts on if Tokman would consider sellling? Or you think he wants to be a hero?
According to Simon Collins, Chief Executive of KPMG Corporate Finance, merger and acquisition activity will pick up strongly next year. Analyst Sean Udall says this will be especially true in the tech arena. This brings up the thought of the potential acquisition of Microvision. With its foot in several top tech venues, and its small size, MVIS looks like a fruit ready to be plucked.
Samsung is a company that is engaged in the cell phone and printer businesses. Microvision would make a nice fit for Samsung.
Epson? Epson and Microvision have collaborated on a variety of patents, particularly in the laser printer/scanner field.
Motorola? With a joint venture underway, MOT would seem a likely suitor.
However, one must also give strong consideration to Nokia.
Nokia favors innovation more than most companies, and it likes to have “keen control over its own manufacturing” according to one analyst. That means that if Nokia wants to successfully incorporate the big screen into their product, they need to purchase the company that makes the screen (the screen being a major component going forward). Nokia cannot purchase someone like TI, but they could well scoop up MVIS.
And what about Hewlett Packard? This tech mammoth doesn’t want to be left out in the rain, especially if the printer and endoscope elements pan out.
And finally, GE must be added to the list. MVIS’ CEO and a variety of managers hail from GE, and GE is expanding into new fields right now.
There are several potential buyers for MVIS and we may well see a grab for its assets and IP portfolio in the coming 18 months.
Fixin to load up on the Gators-after all Kentucky is still Kentucky.
MAkes sense to have them make the whole module and MVIS to buy it from them, but he reads like JJ, so take it FWIW.
Listing to free internet radio at slacker.com. If you haven't checked it out you should.
NEM is looking good. More Takeover talk?
On another note Broker A can at least celebrate bwld is not dropping after it popped $39.70.
Half you turds have no idea what that day was like---since you were in school wiping milk off your fine, barely visible, mustache hairs.
The percentage drop in the Dow that day was 10x what it is today.
Don't shit your diapers just yet.
Now go make some money and stop bitchin'.
Send over the laser beam, dude. Let's see what ya got.
All your greatest buys are even greater buys today: HANS -6.55%. XFML, after 7 days of bleeding, plummeted -5% today. Your most favorite MVIS is the clear winner, down only -2.86%.
I's quite a normal day for me. SWC and PAL always does that, up 6% one day and then down 2% the next day. Two step forward and one step backward. But the long term rally is firmly upward.
The bounce back of precious metals is incredibly strong.
IOW -- if they are down big it will just be a reflection of our Friday.
If they are up big, it may not matter.
Is it time to buy NED on its IPO day at this junction? Might be an interesting swing trade into Tuesday? Or is is better to wait and see if we get a BLACK MONDAY down?
That said, XFML has support here (7.22 or so) and at $7.06 ish.
spx & dow already look like shit
HGX down for the count
Oils just broke
not a pretty picture
I still say we bounce mid week for a nice rally but from where, who knows
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