This post originally appeared on Jim Cramer's blog on RealMoney Dec. 9, 2009.The tech market has gone from loving everything to hating everything, and it's obvious when Texas Instruments (TXN) and Xilinx (XLNX) say great things and no one cares. This on top of the muted reaction to Cisco's (CSCO - Get Report) John Chambers' incredible bullishness about next year -- trust me, it was incredible and in keeping with his upbeat earnings conference call, so no slippage -- and the blah reaction to Nvidia's (NVDA - Get Report) triumph over Intel (INTC - Get Report). (Although we continue to see Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) run, because it, like its sister also-ran in telco, Sprint Nextel (S), it's a decent spec.
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