The people who believe AMD will eventually go bankrupt are the ones dealing in reality.
It's people who think AMD will survive who are religious.
So AMD's plan was to continue losing money, but not accurately forecasting it, leading to earnings warnings, until they run out of cash and can't pay their creditors, while producing new designs that will reach the market as second- and third-class products in their segments.
It's beyond stupidity that you define a writing off of AMD's existing products and a redesign that only incrementally improves their products but doesn't bring them any closer to competitors' products as a positive thing.
AMD continues to lose money at life-threatening pace, and has no product or financial magic available to stop that.
Yes. Starting with Barcelona, then APU, and so on. Massive failures because AMD is a massive failure of a company. There's a reason Keller turned tail and ran so soon after tape-out and didn't even stick around to see if his work would actually function in silicon.
Why would I cover at 1.25 when I can let it go to zero and never have to cover?
AMD won't win. The lawsuit nails them for lying to the stock market.
Market Makers don't short. Market Makers modify their book orders to allow themselves to have a balanced position at the end of each day. A nonzero share balance is a sign the Market Maker is not reacting quickly enough. Not any intentional bias, since Market Makers intentionally have no bias.
So you have proved you are a complete ignoramus.
And AMD doesn't have the strength to crush a peanut.
So you have proved you are a trolling idiot.
That is not true. It will be delisted and tradable on the pink sheets. And then the shares will be cancelled, because of AMD's massive negative shareholder equity. The shareholders have no rights to any assets or future profits, and once the chapter is filed the creditors will demand they be eliminated.
AMD doesn't fab chips. Its fabbing is done by Globalfoundries. It spun off its assembly and test unit, which had plants in Penang and China.
What do you think about a company that keeps selling its productive assets and renting them back?
I said it would be first before you said it would be first.
nVidia has always been ahead of AMD in HBM, because AMD has never fielded a viable product in HBM.
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nVidia is way ahead on HBM. HBM isn't helping AMD get ahead.
The low price and superior performance of Titan X ensures Fury X will sell like Brillo condoms. nVidia is twisting the dagger, and AMD is going to bleed out.
FACT: AMD is late and lame yet again. And pumpers are in denial yet again.
AMD will enter 2017 in worse shape than it's in now.
Whoever you read over at fudzila is incorrect. Here is more specific data from Anandtech:
"Anyhow, NVIDIA has already begun taking pre-orders of the systems over on their website. The first systems will be shipping in May to various research universities; what NVIDIA calls their pioneers. After that, DGX-1 boxes will begin shipping to their close partners and customers in the rest of Q2. Notably (and a bit surprisingly), Q2 not only includes NVIDIA’s close partners, but general pre-order customers as well. So for those customers who got their pre-orders in early enough yesterday to get one of the first servers, they should be able to get their hands on DGX-1 and the Tesla P100s inside by the end of June."
nVidia is also shipping chips in volumes to OEMs, even as you read this and swallow your tongue.
AMD has major debt payments looming, and is in no position to restructure.
Goldman has $861 billion in assets. It doesn't even look on page 53 of its trading screen, where the $21-million positions reside. It will ignore AMD until AMD shows up as missing.