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Disk Drive Sector Discussion Forum
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Emcee:  Mark Oliver Type:  Unmoderated
The goal of this thread is to open up a place to discuss any stock, or general trend that effects the DISK DRIVE INDUSTRY. Recently, there has been a sell off storage stocks, as in most sectors, that may signal a coming change, or a general market condition.

I'm hoping we can have a discussion forum to alert each other to trends and thereby profit from advances and declines in this volitile industry.
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9256Sheesh, would Silver Lake buy yet another HD company?! UDPATE 1-Hitachi may selSam-10/22/2007
9255Research: Hard drive boom coming for in-car electronic devices (chart) 2007.07.3Sam-7/31/2007
9254Hitachi to cut 4,500 jobs, shave hard drive costs Thu Mar 22, 2007 3:25 AM ET ySam-3/22/2007
9253Seagate poised for boom Commentary: Four factors driving disk drive demand By JoSam-6/15/2006
9252Thanks for the excellent summary of present status: HDD versus flash. HopefullyMark O. Halverson-6/8/2006
9251Flash is ~40+ times more expensive then HD per gig. In my opinion this probablyrlev-6/8/2006
9250I own and follow WDC. I will give you the WDC non PC products from the WDC websCarey Thompson-6/8/2006
9249Thanks for the input. As to which is more attractive at present, flash or HDD, Mark O. Halverson-6/7/2006
9248Currently, flash memory is much to expensive to compete with HDD. I am sure flaCarey Thompson-6/7/2006
9247Below is todays WSJ article re STX. I am long WDC and STX and have been for somMark O. Halverson-6/7/2006
9246There is a lot of stuff going on in the Disk Drive sectors (as always). The SeaCarey Thompson-3/9/2006
9245Sam, Thanks much for your views on the DD industry, insightful as always. Best,Mark O. Halverson-3/8/2006
9244<i>Do you think present price cutting is temporary and that business will Sam-3/8/2006
9243I'm long a mix of WDC, STX and MXO, and wonder if the present selloff has abMark O. Halverson-3/8/2006
9242WD Passport(TM) Portable USB Drives, One of USA Today's 'Ten Coolest ProCarey Thompson-2/20/2006
924109:15 STX Seagate Tech: Color on quarter (23.96 ) -Update- Deutsche Bank raiseSam-1/19/2006
9240Sam, I still own my Sandisk but once message boards become so popular I usuallyRobert Douglas-12/27/2005
9239Rob, I don't know if you still keep up with the Sandisk board or not, but I Sam-12/26/2005
9238One thing to remember though--the crooks still own tens of millions of shares ofSam-12/21/2005
9237lol me too. Guess the trick will be to sell it when its high. Easier said thanSam-12/21/2005
9236This is a crazy world. Now I'm going to end up having Seagate stock again. Robert Douglas-12/21/2005
9235And then there were two. Agatha Christie would love it.Sam-12/21/2005
923404:53 STX Seagate Tech reaches $1.9 bln deal to buy rival Maxtor - WSJ (19.60 )sixty2nds-12/21/2005
9233Nice to see Shaeffer's positive comments on WDC. The expansion of disk drivMark O. Halverson-12/16/2005
923204:16 WDC Why Western Digital is heading north - BusinessWeek (14.96 ) Insisixty2nds-12/16/2005
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