It's gone neither up all year nor straight all year. Nor is there any relevance to pointing it out if it has. The price is the result of other factors, not the cause of any.
Most of those things nobody ever claimed in the first place.
But the part about bankruptcy? You couldn't be more wrong.
Just keep bidding this pig up and putting cash in my pocket for fake shares if you don't believe me.
That serves my interests perfectly.
Debt ratio is not to be ignored. But most of the time it's an indication of issues deep under the surface.
In AMD's case, however, it's a giant, company-eating monster tying on a bib and waiting for AMD to make one tiny misstep.
Read the provisions of AMD's recent LOC. It's a payday loan with their still-beating heart as collateral.
Kaveri and Kabini are Kablooey.
AMD drops another turd on the chip market.
I'd rather have one good laptop than two #$%$ laptops (what, are you going to type on each one with one hand? or just keep them logged into separate accounts so you can have running conversations with yourself on the message boards?) and one astonishingly #$%$ 60" TV, and a $100 higher electrical bill...
It's called branding, and it's a key marketing function for any company.
Why would Intel not do that, considering they have the resources and capable marketing professionals working for them?
Meanwhile, all AMD's marketing people can do is fake benchmarks and compare them to products that are near to EOL.
You can already buy the Bay Trail systems at the usual distis for Black Friday pricing. Nobody is going to buy AMD junk when they can do that.
Litecoins and Bitcoins aren't created fast enough to make anyone rich. The bubble in them is making wealth for the con men, drug dealers, and other career criminals who have all the existing ones.
And you're a small-time internet troll with a four week education in investing, all gained by watching me post responses to your mistakes.
So in a couple of weeks, there will be a lot of second-hand AMD hardware flooding back on the market. AMD will end up killing itself again.
No. They would use Tegra. They could use an Intel chip with integrated graphics and get the performance they're getting. AMD "won" a 15% margin. It kept them alive just 1 more year. And now that it's not proving to exceed their expectations, or the market's, they're out of ideas.
I'm here because it makes me feel good to tell the truth, and to stop the lies.
You have clearly had a bad time of it trading this stock. You should walk away from it if it upsets you so much you can't discuss it without crying.
I will never have to cover.
People who claim successful people are "desperate" get a whole page in the DSM under the definition of "projection".
$90 and 15%. Several people have independently crunched AMD's own reports to get those numbers. I have not, but I find them credible, while reports of 30% and $132 are not credible. Most importantly, if these chips had anything over 20% margins, nVidia would have taken the job and AMD would not have had a chance.
You are dumb as a brick.
Shorts don't want the price to drop. We want it as high as possible as long as possible. We are continuing to sell shares right up to the day the shares are cancelled by a bankruptcy court.
Your inability to understand the point of strategy is why we're still making any money on this trash.
Rory failed to support the continuing-profit proposition.
Now he's set the company up to be vaporized.
I will never have to cover.
15% more shares out.
Supply and demand, sunshine.
You're being diluted by smarter people.