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Semiconductors: What were the early warning signs for the Crash of 2008

Posted on: 03-Feb-2009

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2008 was a very special year, as it was the first year since 2001 that semiconductor trends fell more that a full sigma outside of where they should have been statistically. The black swan had avoided chips for almost the entire decade, but 2008 would prove very different. First there was the billings head-fake in March, Then suddenly in November, the bottom dropped out . . .

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