NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Maybe I'll stop getting flack for ripping Intel (INTC - Get Report) now. TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia has the meat and potatoes from yesterday's report. Let me tell you what it all means.And look, Mother, no hands and no numbers either. Because you do not need numbers to tell Intel's story. Sometimes they get in the way.
Run away from INTC. The teens are here -- and with the exception of a dead cat bounce on some hollow whiff of optimism -- they're not going away anytime soon.... with the exception of a dead cat bounce on some hollow whiff of optimism. Not sure where I went wrong. Some folks make nice livings trading dead cat bounces and all sorts of market moves. I'll be on CNBC's "Fast Money" next Tuesday; the daily panel on that show -- they can trade! Like my buddy and TheStreet Real Money Pro contributor Robert Weinstein, this small subsection of stock market society can move in and out -- long and short -- nimbly. Most folks simply cannot do that; therefore, if you tap into one too many dead cat bounces, you're bound to get burned. Brag about making 14% on INTC, but, yeah, you're not telling anybody about all of the losses you racked up mistiming other dogs and so-called "value stocks." Intel is a soon-to-be-sheared sheep in Research in Motion (RIMM) clothing. As it was obvious that RIM was dying, a few dozen tortured bulls touted "security" as the company's savior. There was no way the enterprise would flee to iOS and Android because (A) they're not as "secure" as Blackberry and (B) BYOD (bring your own device) would not fly with IT departments. IT departments don't make real decisions; consumers and visionaries do.