Generally that means Cash And Cash Equivalents and current assets are largely gone. How soon do you think they will burn through 800M + in cash and 2.7 B in total current assets? ... current liabilities are 1.4B.
Help us out on this analysis...
Support for this? Announcements... what are they going to announce? Vendor announcements? Why June/July and not sooner or later?
Were they tax cheats? This is one of Greece's biggest problems... another is corruption... these are 2 primary reasons Greece is in this situation. Another problem is the welfare state it has created.
Well the 15% growth won't come if they don't get their marketing strategy and execution right... AMD fails hands down on their marketing.
Pess... you mention nothing of future products which I believe you are largely informed about. Just - BK unlikely and acquisition unlikely... so why would you take a position if it dips under $2... just playing the swings and nothing more? You say technical trade which could mean a couple things.
I did see your warthog reference by the way... workhorse is what it should be called. I am guessing that many have been outfitted over time... but do not know and don't want to research it.
There are only a couple not a bunch... likely 2 to 4 people at most.
uh... I actually referred to the hard data... not forgetting anything. Also, not buying AMD... but have a few shares and watching/learning more than anything at this point. And if you notice, I have no conviction in regards to AMD as a solid investment or even trade at this point. I have a few shares with the intent of merely staying up-to-date on the company.
Whether I am clueless or not about stocks, is irrelevant to the discussion and that is about the application of AMD's technology in demanding environments.
Also, you might consider psychotherapy or perhaps meds. Your post indicates you might have an anger issue.
Finally, good luck on your short.
I agree with the low volume, and avionics are likely more cutting edge than, for example, tanks and other vehicles. Things that fly are likely pushing the technology envelope more than other military products.