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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Message Board

  • mnymkr4u mnymkr4u Feb 10, 2001 1:21 AM Flag

    As a Shareholder this....

    pisses me off...

    AMD, take heed of what Motley Fool is saying about you...and prove them wrong (notice last sentence).

    " Rule Maker Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) and FOOL 50 component Texas Instruments (NYSE: TXN) came in head-n-shoulders above the rest in the semiconductor industry, with the #2 and #1 spots, respectively. Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) failed to beat either of these companies in any of the eight categories measured. Intel continues to pull away from the pack. As I noted in a recent research piece, Intel's calendar 2000 investment income of $4.7 billion was larger than all of AMD's 2000 revenues of $4.6 billion!

    I consider AMD the "private label" of chip manufactureres....quality/performance without the brand price/cost structure. Who would you bet on going into (or in) a recession?????
    (hint: Wal-mart sells more Ol' Roy than Purina... Intel versus AMD????)

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    • Motley fool as a board for amd has some good information.

      As a group the fool maker portfolio underforms any known index for the last five years.

      the fool is stupid many and most members there know it a nd trade against many of it's foolish opinions.
      Also the rule maker is does not apologize is stating very clearly reason #1 we own intel. Reason # 2 we love pump intel reason # 3 so should they are biased..


      AMd is a growth stock
      AMD is a value stock
      AMD is my stokc

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