Semiconductor gear maker Applied Materials (AMAT +4%) hits a new 52-week high, exceeding its...


Semiconductor gear maker Applied Materials (AMAT +4%) hits a new 52-week high, exceeding its prior max of $15.57/share. Applied will potentially benefit as Samsung (SSNLF.PK) and Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM +0.1%) spend on capital equipment to increase chip production. Intel (INTC +0.4%) and Globalfoundries are also boosting production capacity.

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    This looks like something work celebrating:
    bigcharts.marketwatch....
    and this:
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    Amazing how many years of good news, bad news, no news, CNBS, up down, up down, hype galore, etc have meant nothing to the average American.
    Now for traders it has been a wonderland. But since 99% of mom and pop investors are not traders...oh well.
    Another day at the spin factory.
    27 Jan 2011, 03:41 PM Reply Like
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