Always pumping up or down without a chart or anything concrete.
There is nothing intelligent to say when manipulators control the stock...so look at your charts all you want. The only intelligent thing you can say..is AMD and HSA will use both CPU and GPU..efficiency will drive its stock. NVDA only has GPU...Intel only has CPU...they both only have half solutions. AMD has the total solition
Then what do you call that BS you resort to pessashraf?
Here is something to keep you busy. Isay the word is resort, you say rusult
intr.v.re·sort·ed, re·sort·ing, re·sorts
1. To have recourse: The government resorted to censorship of the press.
2. To go customarily or frequently; repair.
1. A place frequented by people for relaxation or recreation: a ski resort.
2. A customary or frequent going or gathering: a popular place of resort.
3. The act of turning to for aid or relief; recourse: raised the money without resort to borrowing.
4. One turned to for aid or relief: I would ask him only as a last resort.
Your result re·sult
noun: result; plural noun: results
1. a consequence, effect, or outcome of something.
"the tower collapsed as a result of safety violations"
consequence, outcome, product, upshot, sequel, effect, reaction, repercussion, ramification, conclusion, culmination More
"stress is the result of overwork"
verdict, decision, outcome, conclusion, judgment, findings, ruling
"the result of the trial"
• an item of information obtained by experiment or some other scientific method; a quantity or formula obtained by calculation.
answer, solution; More
sum, total, product
"having made the calculation, what is your result?"
• a final score, mark, or placing in a sporting event or examination.
grade, score, mark More
• a satisfactory or favorable outcome of an undertaking or contest.
"determination and persistence guarantee results"
• the outcome of a business's trading over a given period, expressed as a statement of profit or loss.
"oil companies have reported markedly better results"
verb: result; 3rd person present: results; past tense: resulted; past participle: resulted; gerund or present participle: resulting
1. occur or follow as the consequence of something.
"government unpopularity resulting from the state of the economy"
Perhaps it is you who cannot read a chart...