It was their quiet period. There was no hyping going on in the last 4 weeks. Unless you think the market is responding to nicoboy.
And what did it mean when it climbed into earning but fell after? Just keeping making up a narrative that fits your worldview. AMD will eventually be back in the 7s, then the 9s, and ultimately in 12s. Regardless of the swings it takes in the meantime.
Denny is the most idiotic person I have ever seen. He makes these statment with no basis whatsoever and then clings to them and defends them pathologically with zero evidence even when they defy basic common sense.
He is not a functional person.
Your cognitive dissonance proves you are not a successful investor. You take every piece of information you have ever heard about AMD or the chip sector in general and either do bizarre mental gymnastics to spin it negative or you outright dismiss it by saying the info applies to everyone EXCEPT AMD.
There is no way you are not motivated by a different agenda than being a successful investor. A true investor would be open to new information and allow it to change their assessment on AMD and would likely have already covered and moved on to another investment.
Your pathological obsession with AMDs failure is indicative of a person who feels like AMD personally wronged them somehow. SO you are either a fired employee, someone that lost a great deal of money in AMD, or some basement dwelling troll who accidentally bent a pin on an AMD processor 4 years ago and the retail store you bought it at refused to let you return it.
No, he is a delusional sociopath who considers himself of "radio personality" but really all he is a nutcase that has convinced himself he can effect the course of events by manipulating people to do what he wants.
That was a trade settlement "genius."
I would ordinarily have no issue with someone not knowing that but you are so consistently and jerk about how much everyone but you is an "amateur" and there is not excuse for a "pro" like yourself not to recognize a trade settlement vs legitimate after hours trade.
$ 4.5586 was a trade settlement from the days trading (indicated by the 4 digit decimal price). In other words a broker trader a large block of shares for a client throughout the day and then after hours entered the average price for the entire block as the final trade settlement for the order.
However, after hours trading has low volume and liquidity so large market orders could easily cause a $0.10 drop.
It is not what happened in this case.
It was not a year ago. It was mid January. I remember. I lost $80K between that 4.65 high and earnings release. I am still down 40K for the year (yeah NVIDIA too - I followed through on the damn short loss $12K.) Been slowly climbing my way back. I am up from this time last year though.