When the hedge funds do this to you because they are shorting the stock, management should take the company private. There's nothing you can do about this, analysts in bed with their own investors. Ironically, look at bank earnings, slowing mortgage business, layoffs, reserves, litigation, still off balance derivative business, and what do all their "talking head" analysts say "look through it, banks are in good shape, buy, buy, buy". It's a cartel.
This isn't all hedge funds. It may not be any hedge funds. And it's not mythical manipulation. It's the market finding AMD's new level given the truth about something that has been overhyped to them for 9 months.
Rory's Q3 baby profit was the right color, but it's clearly deformed.
Best Friend....no it's not the hedge funds. From Bernstein's analyst,, who should know "They beat expectations but I think buyside expectations were quite a bit higher," said Bernstein analyst Stacy Rasgon. "This thing is hedge-fund hotel right now. Nobody's in it for the long term."