HBM won't be significant until nVidia is putting 8 and 12 GB of it into chips with decent GPU cores in them.
They put lipstick on a pig and the pumpers started lining up to get on her dance card.
Europe is much less important now than in the past, even compared to just a few years ago.
If you're afraid, short European stock ETFs and Euros. Worst case you lose a few percent when the crisis fizzles. Best case you get a huge win when Greece implodes and the EC has to dig in its pocket to buy in again.
No, ace. The German people, and others, lent real money to Greece.
If the German government just rips up the IOU it robs its own people of tens of billions.
It needs to get something back for it. Nobody needs Greece to continue existing, much less to let them think they can throw economic tantrums and get away with embezzlement.
You have to wonder if he isn't clinically insane trying to pump this obvious loser via a backwater message board.
Do you know what "rebalance" means?
How about "bankrupt"? " Writeoff"? "Sucker"?
Delusional and borderline.
AMD has almost certainly been apprised of that by its lawyers and ignored it.
Huge die plus stacked die.
Yield and cost nightmare.
The disappointing performance just makes nVidia the frontrunner by a nose, until they hit HBM2 afterburners in a few months and leave AMD wondering where they went.
HBM1 is a trap for investors. It won't save AMD.
You are making up just about everything you say.
Wall Street makes money inducing you to make mistakes, not trading for itself.
HFTs don't trade tens of millions of shares AH, they front-run the tape when dopes like you are slobbering around looking for reasons.
Analyst news is the sort of trap that causes you idiots to trade.
Smart people are way ahead of such things. And institutions deal in fundamentals and value and their own strategic templates for the funds they run.
AMD longs make it real easy for AMD shorts to keep collecting hard currency for hastily scribbled fake shares.
It's as though AMD driver writers never even boot their software up and run a few games on it. But there's no way they don't do that. Unless there's no cash for them because something else is siphoning money from even the graphics department. Which would give a strong suggestion that ARM development is buried under problems and bleeding cash.
So AMD has a choice: admit its graphics drivers are still the incompetent, careless mopes they've always been, or warn shareholders that AMD's ARM project is a risk, not an investment.
Institutions don't trade on news. If they did it would induce traps as predators planted news while negotiating with institutions.
Institutions trade mechanically and strategically.
See other posts discussing Russell index fund rebalancing for an example.
Idiot. Russell rebalancing is index funds, not indices, altering their holdings to match the new weightings. It's exactly the kind of agnostic negotiated trading I was talking about earlier.
These trades are a result of AMD's failures, not an indication of its future.
No, dope. Big trades are done on the phone during the day and booked on the tape at our after the close. They make no difference to the market price because they are negotiated and not placed on the wire as bids.