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Micron: Risk/Reward Turns Highly Favorable Following A Kitchen Sink Quarter (NASDAQ:MU)

Micron (NASDAQ:MU) may not have had the best quarter this time around, but I continue to be bullish on the long-term investment case. In my view, the key metric remains the gross margin trend, which continues to make higher lows and higher highs amid the DRAM downturn. Also keeping me bullish is the current management bench, which has executed exceedingly well through the current cycle.

Longer term, the transition to high-value solutions also underpins the gross margin upside, and thus, I see this cycle as very different from prior DRAM downturns. I wouldn’t try to time the inevitable cycle turn, but if gross margins are not going lower, neither is MU. And if DRAM recovery signs persist, we should see things turn in 2021. With the cautious guide weighing on the stock, I view any near-term weakness as an opportunity to accumulate MU.

Strong 4Q Revenue Comes with Some DRAM

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Lucy Hale dyes hair red in kitchen sink, ‘Did a thing,’ she posts

Lucy Hale has shocked fans with a totally new hair hue.

The actress shared her latest color transformation in a fun boomerang video on Instagram where she’s seen sporting a head full of red wavy strands — completely different from her previous deep brunette look.

“Did a thing,” she captioned the photo. Hale also tagged celebrity colorist Kristin Ess who was responsible for her fresh red roots.

Ess reposted Hale’s new hair color moment and revealed that the actress has had so many colors, but never red.

“My lil colorist heart is full and now we officially know this chick looks good with any hair color,” wrote Ess in a post. Thank you for trusting me to do this (and thank you for Covid testing w me beforehand).”

Before posting the final reveal, Hale gave fans a glimpse of the process as she’s seen laying across a kitchen counter wearing

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Get the Right Sink for Your Bathroom

Put some thought into the style and colour of bathroom basins you want to upgrade to. This can be a great way to get each of those locations in your home looking better than before. A sink that is old, damaged, or doesn’t match the rest of the room will stand out like a sore thumb. You may cringe each time you go into the hall bathroom or wish your master bathroom was better.

You don’t have to spend lots of money on upgrades, but you do need to be selective about what you buy and how it is installed. Don’t waste your time or money on poor quality products. Instead, turn your attention to bathroom basins well known for the brand name, the quality of the materials, and their overall durability. You want it to last a very long time!


There are pros and cons to various types … Read More

Make Over Your Bathroom With a New Sink and Cabinets

You don’t need to hire a professional to completely redo your bathroom. You can take on the project of changing it up. There is an unlimited supply of options for bathroom sinks and cabinets to choose from. This is your opportunity to make the bathroom look nicer. It also allows you to have more storage space than before.

A common problem with any bathroom is the layout. You may be thinking you don’t have enough space to go with a larger sink area or more cabinets. The possibilities are there, you just have to be able to see them. Once you begin looking at the options, you can visualise how such changes could make a difference for your own area.

Of course, you can hire a professional to take care of the upgrades for you. They can get the job done in far less time. If you only have one … Read More

What Material Is Best for A Bathroom Sink?

Sink materials

Most pedestal and wall-hung sinks are made from vitreous china, and the same qualities that make this material a good choice for toilets work well for sinks too: a durable, abrasion-resistant, easy-to-clean surface that maintains its luster year after year.Choose vitreous-china sinks-particularly pedestal sinks-with care, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the brand, because any ceramic manufacturing process produces a high number of seconds that may have defects ranging from minor blemishes or depressions in the surface to hairline cracking and out-of-plumb or warped mating surfaces. This can mean drop-in self-rimming sinks that don’t sit flat (particularly larger ones) and two-piece pedestals that just don’t quite go together correctly.

Enameled cast iron has most of vitreous china’s good qualities, and it is much less prone to cracking. Cast iron is strong, rigid, and quiet when water is running into it, although it can chip if mishandled during shipping or … Read More

The Importance of Your Kitchen Sink

The kitchen sink should be the center of attention in your kitchen. This is a critical decision, particularly when redesigning, redecorating, or building a new home. It is important to install the right kind of kitchen sink to not only suit your lifestyle, but to last a lifetime of use and abuse.

Kitchen sinks endure a lot; depending upon your needs and how you use one, you’ll be able to find a sink that is perfect for you. Large single bowl, double bowl or even triple bowl sinks play their role very well. Also, bar sinks will complement your kitchen sink and kitchen design.


Depending upon how you like your kitchen styled, you should consider your options carefully. Sinks come self-rimming and undermount. Self-rimming sinks are dropped into the counter top and its rim sits on top of the counter. The undermount sink, as its name implies, is attached under the … Read More