AMD's roadway 2006 only show
incremental performance gains using
DDR2 memory, no archetecture changes.
Intel's CoreDuo showed quantum leap
over existing Pentium M, and Penium M
itself was the market leader.
Conroe/Merom/Woodcrest will do the same.
Re: Intel is a growth stock, AMR is not
by: toothpicking_man 02/18/06 10:28 pm
Msg: 793825 of 793881
This is an interesting one to analyze. Here we have one company that has made many billions of dollars over the last few years, and another company that has lost billions of dollars in the same timeframe. So naturally you wouldn't think to expect the following stock charts to look this way, but if you think hard enough about it and study the stories behind the stories, it makes complete sense.
Good lord man get out of the past. Saying things like "never" when it comes to AMD's lead lasting over intel is really sad.
I bet you were one of those guys telling everyone that those dang foreign cars can't touch good old american cars. Hell, with the way you talk about intel I be you are still thinking GM and Ford are good buys right now. Sad Sad Sad
What is it with older people and their inability to accept change? You can't teach an old dog new tricks really applies here. The fastest way to lose money in stocks is to buy a stock simply because it was great in the past. That's all I hear outta old time trader is 1990's crap.
AMD has had the lead for 2 years now. And the lead has widened with technology like direct connect. Intel has become more of marketing company rather than technology. Did you know that Intel's dual core technology is a sham.
Best time to buy Intel, back in 1995,
it tanked because of Pentium flaw,
8-10 bagger in 3 years.
Now is another great buying opportunity.
Best time to sell AMD, when it has a
performance lead over Intel, that