DRAM $0.65 has entered into a formal agreement with AMD (NYSE:AMD) for the development of an AMD-branded version of Dataram’s RAMDisk software. Dataram is to market the product beneath the name Radeon RAMDisk and will target gaming enthusiasts. AMD plans to offer special Radeon RAMDisk incentives for those purchasing AMD Value, Entertainment, Performance and Radeon Edition memory products.
12-month DRAM Price Target: $3 - $5/share
DRAM with only 5M share float and $6 million market cap is super-undervalued trading at a 0.15 X Sales.
DRAM was almost break-even before this gigantic news for tiny DRAM. The company has a strong balance sheet and ZERO debt.
The new Radeon products will increase processing speeds by over 500% vs. conventional products. These products are initially aimed at the growing gaming industry but could be extrapolated to complex engineering simulation programs and other applications requiring super fast processing speeks
DRAM could be a multi-bagger from here and it currently has no downside at today's rock-bottom prices