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  • Don't Buy On The Monster Spike [View article]
    sorry, meant to reply to your "benefit to LNKD" comment below...
    as to your $8.50 by Monday... it could have gone to $10.50 or higher just as easy (by "Monday or later in the week")...
    May 14, 2012. 06:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Buy On The Monster Spike [View article]
    Linkedin market share in the online recruiting space would jump from 16% to about 40%... companies are in business not only to maintain their high P/E ratios, they also have to try to make strategic decisions sometime and actually run their business not only during the "cloud computing", "Facebook IPO", "next big hot thing" bubbles...
    May 14, 2012. 06:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Buy On The Monster Spike [View article]
    Hmm... Let me see... "the recent stock action suggests that lower prices will offer better entry points." Is that your "analysis"?! Or you could also use "the more things change, the more things stay the same". Why would you try to buy MWW 50 cents or so cheaper, when you could miss $5-$8 news pop any day now?! Even if there is no buyout, MWW IS going higher as soon as the employment trends improve...
    May 13, 2012. 05:04 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Biotech Stocks To Acquire Now For Gains In 2013 [View article]
    What's the world coming to?! Another inappropriate and misleading "headline news" (that's what Yahoo likes to call this type of noise) article from the land of ignorant bloggers. And I thought this piece was written by a child. Then I found out it was written by the "youngly retired engineer" (that's how the author introduces himself). BTW, being able to pick up your doctor's prescription at the local Walgreens does not automatically qualify you to cover the biotech industry... Just saying...
    Apr 30, 2012. 06:25 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Is the True Value of Research In Motion? [View article]
    Mr. Arora's "ZYX method" = SPAM seekingalpha with useless opinion pieces on such controversial companies in transitions as NVDA, RIMM, etc. in order to sell his "system/algorithm/snake oil". He is no better than recently arrested Mr. Don Lapre. IMHO.
    Jun 17, 2011. 06:03 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Never Wrong About Nvidia [View article]
    Now this is hilarious: "computers have been monitoring every tick of the price action in Nvidia. Proprietary algorithms dissect this data to reveal actionable information. These algorithms continue to show extremely aggressive bullishness. The anecdotal evidence gathered from comments on my writings back the conclusions reached by automated algorithms." THANKS FOR THE LAUGH!
    Though this is funny too: "no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours." So, you'll be taking the weekend off from the markets?! Thanks for letting us all silly ones know about your plans...
    Jun 10, 2011. 11:13 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Never Wrong About Nvidia [View article]
    The "nugget" being you, not NVDA...
    Jun 10, 2011. 11:05 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Never Wrong About Nvidia [View article]
    Look who's popped his head up AGAIN?! It's the master of self-promotion! Mr. "Arora", please stop lying!!! As to your "track record", a little correction would be in order. You called to short NVDA at 22.50 before it went up to over 26.50. You should have your "chart" reflect this little detail accordingly. Now, someone call a plumber, so we can finally flash this nugget down the toilet...
    Jun 10, 2011. 11:04 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nvidia Is Still a Good Short [View article]
    "I am long on Apple (AAPL) from $131." You are such a genius Mr. Arora! Look up "narcissistic" in the dictionary...
    Apr 4, 2011. 10:17 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nvidia Is Still a Good Short [View article]
    "I have been batting 100% and the record can be easily verified from the articles on Seeking Alpha and my own writing." PLEASE STOP LYING!
    Apr 4, 2011. 10:14 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nvidia Is Still a Good Short [View article]
    The author is hack and a master of self-promotion. His repeated "opinion articles" on NVDA over the last couple of months should be considered nothing but SPAM. And Seeking Alpha should probably act accordingly. At least as far as allowing Mr. Arora to keep his "Contributor" status... This is simply disgusting!
    Apr 4, 2011. 10:11 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple iPad 2: A Blessing in Disguise for Nvidia [View article]
    Look at who popped up again! The master of self-promotion and the ego the size of Pakistan. "The The Quantitative Analysis screen"?! Say what?! This "genius" claims he called a correction from the recent high of around 26? But the reality is his last "article" on NVDA came out on February, 10 when the price was:
    22.82! Since then the price basically touched 26 once again. The real question is... Did you cover, Mr. Arora?! At best your "call" was good for less then 10% (and that after another 10% run up). Please stop misleading people!
    Mar 3, 2011. 07:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nvidia Investors Discounting Qualcomm's Graphics Capabilities [View article]
    Eselka, just because you've owned a couple of home PCs with Nvidia graphic cards in the past, does not make an expert on the company's product line and/or its expertise. Even less so to express that sarcastic "huh?" and "this last ditch effort". As to the ARM design that people keep referring to... Lets get something straight here... Most non-Intel chip companies license ARM technology, including Qualcomm for their Snapdragon line...
    Feb 11, 2011. 09:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nvidia Investors Discounting Qualcomm's Graphics Capabilities [View article]
    By allowing such "contributors" as Mr. Arora to keep publishing misleading "research articles", Seeking Alpha is bound to lose whatever credibility it has left. Frankly, I don't think this piece of work should be dignified with a response. Unfortunately, too many investors will end up on here by clicking on a "news headline" link on sites like Yahoo Finance thinking this mumbo jumbo should be taken seriously. In the spirit of the authors self-published book, here are "The XYZ of the pair trade gone wrong (NVDA vs. QCOM)"...
    X- "Unfortunately for NVIDIA, Intel (INTC) is introducing in its new Sandy Bridge processor integrated graphics capabilities, which are on par with NVIDIA chips." Why would you make such a blanket statement?! In Sandy Bridge Intel offers up to 8 MB shared L3 cache (25 clocks) on a ring bus to be shared with the integrated graphics core (1x16 or 2x8). What does that have anything to do with most of the Nvidia's product line?!
    Y- "To date, NVIDIA has not generated a single dollar from the sale of Tegra." Well, this is just plain FALSE! And YOU KNOW IT. This is where your comments begin to sound borderline fraud...
    Z- "I am an electrical engineer with deep expertise in this matter." Anyone on Wall St. (or anywhere else for that matter), would tell you being an engineer (electrical or otherwise) does not make you a stock market expert and could actually hurt you on the long run (you know, thinking everything is a precise science). Just ask my self... Even though I did not graduate from Punjab College in Pakistan like you, I do have over 15 years of computer-networking experience. I have written 3 books on the subject and hold various industry certifications (such as CCIE, etc.). And I've had to learn the hard way not to apply too much of what I think I know about computer engineering to generating investment ideas in the high-tech industry.
    By the way, would love to know what hedge fund (SEC registered or otherwise) you manage. I bet I am not the only one who is really curious about your self-promotion techniques...
    Feb 10, 2011. 07:32 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • NEJM Editorial Raises Questions About Dendreon’s Cancer Vaccine Study: Biotech's Latest Mishaps [View article]
    Another IDIOT is engaging in DNDN bashing! What else is new? Too bad sites like Yahoo Finance tend to pick up this garbage as "news".
    And to "The Burrill Report"... "Those who can't, teach...". Or as in this case, "report"...
    Aug 1, 2010. 09:00 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment