The price change shows 0.00, but the percent change keeps moving around. AMD is no longer trading primarily in whole cents. Partial pennies are shaved on offer. The people who do those sorts of things are the lowest of the low in the stock market. Soon AMD will be hyped on other message boards with ridiculous attention-getting claims by Yahoo login names that have existed for mere seconds before posting.
AMD's descent into true penny-stock territory is assured, but this early devolvement into fractional spreads is not a good sign at all.
What a load of hooey this is. Just watch a live "time & sales" chart for INTC & AMD side by side.
The amount of fractional pennies trading for AMD is no more and no less than for Intel.
This is a perfect example of pretending he "knows something" and spreading fear.
You will NEVER see a large cap stock with a healthy price show +0.00%, but show red (as in down).
It's only small caps that do this because a fraction of a cent is a much larger percentage change for a $1 stock than it is for a $20 stock.
This is a perfect example of pretending he "knows something" and spreading mindless pumpwad optimism when, in fact, AMD is in deep trouble trading as a penny stock. Delisting is just 80-something cents away.