If you want to make money, stop investing in AMD. It's destroyed more fortunes than the Great Chicago Fire.
HSBC was directly involved with criminals, not just providing a common service. WYNN is not doing such a thing, and you have zero proof of it. Slanderous accusations are not proof.
WYNN provides the table and deals the game. Where the player got his cash is not WYNN's business, as long as WYNN gets paid.
China controls the flow of cash across the border, but does not limit how much its citizens may bet on credit.
The action is not in any way illegal until the lender breaks the law trying to collect from deadbeat gamblers. That occurs in China, not in Macau. WYNN has nothing to do with it.
As for who's a dimwit, you, again, are using a very old story about which you are ill-informed in order to try to, what, manipulate the stock? Good luck with that, kitten.
Not since WYNN threw Okada out and redeemed his shares.
UE is likely to end up paying Wynn for the damage Okada caused.
So no, I wouldn't touch that with a 30-foot dragon.
You do realize that a casino-hotel typically gives a large portion of its rooms away for free, right? Gratis, pro-bono, exempt from charge?
I've never been offered a discounted room at Wynn, but then, I don't rack up large losses at the tables and log them on a Red Card.
A $100 offer is typically about a 50% discount. So our friend here is no whale, but he's enough of a "player" to be worth a C-note a day in additional investment expense.
Enjoy the buffet, compliments of WYNN shareholders, Bernie. It's probably the best in town. And try the tables by the theater. They're luckier.
If the crooks are involved, it's only on the junket side of the business, and then only at arm's length from the casino management. This has been dealt with several times before and is far less prevalent now. So you're using last year's FUD and it will get you nowhere.
MGM owns too many properties and is competing against itself without taking advantage of the excitement that such competition induces in visitors. They're making the experience too much the same while making only cosmetic differentiation. It's like putting four McDonald's on one intersection and painting them four different colors and calling it variety. Meanwhile there's no real competition and people don't really know which one they're in because the feel is the same in all of them. Boring.
someone is throwing $100-150K at penny-priced calls to get a possible 50-bagger if Huawei buys the company. Probably make a few shekels just off speculations. Unless Huawai, i dunno, says "ain't no way we're buying that thing." But this is chump change to anyone willing to go for a couple of blocks of option contracts. Longshot gambling is all it is.
You have it backwards. Pops on false hopes are a short's best friend.
And I am yours.
Please, keep buying if you must exhibit a compulsive denial of reality, but just know that the shares you are buying are probably not real. They are probably yours already.
Because somehow AMD's x86 license gives them zero access to the technology that makes Intel's Silvermont an ARM-killer. I suspect it's got everything to do with the fab and only a little to do with design.
Too bad only real men own fabs. Then AMD might have a fighting chance.
You clowns keep saying stuff like this, but you keep being dead wrong.
Only the dumb shorts covered this morning. The smart ones, like me, were selling into the rumor.
I will never have to cover.
Someone floats a stupid rumor that Sea Micro will be spun off and you think it's a buying opportunity?
Here's a clue: if AMD is spinning off Sea Micro it's preperatory to spinning off ATI and then liquidating the core company.
I've been predicting this ever since they sold the HQ building. They're shedding marketable assets so the creditors will have nothing to collect when Rory abandons the ship. He's still getting paid, though, as much as 150 of his engineers get paid in salary and benefits.
Read back, dope. The only people who lose money on AMD are those who buy it.
The driveway to my door is paved with the egos of pumpers like you.
I got a few shares when they announced they'd landed a deal to provide software for gambling systems in the UK. But for some reason the revenues are not materializing. I'm not adding or plugging it until I see them execute. If they fail to make money in the gaming business, they truly are the morons that their online business paints them to be.
It's being spread as gospel, and ignores all of AMD's massive financial and technological disadvantages. It's no better than the cheerleading that goes on here, it's just got a middle-sized news organization's name on the banner.