The pattern will repeat when AMD's ARM products turn up late and lame and don't produce the game-changing, company-saving miracle that Rory promised.
Your capitulation is noted. I am holding short tranches in this stock with bases in the 40s. My overall basis in AMD is in the teens. Lying about me does not assuage your failure to evaluate the facts about this company.
AMD is an ongoing scam. 40 years of failure can not be reversed by selling off all the assets, leasing resources, splitting margins with vendors, continually writing off over-hyped product, and trying to turn dead-weight engineers into innovation stars, especially when the brilliant idea they are implementing will have them cribbing 64-bit ARM cores licensed from a third party (yet more diluted margin), months after several competitors have done so.
I have no reason to consider my short position at risk. None. You are ignoring reality if you go long this stock.
Buy more. You have been warned you are making a mistake. My conscience is clear.
I will never have to cover.
AMD won't warn. AMD will just shove its failure up your portfolio's colon on earnings day.
It's not hurting Intel today. AMD, however, missed the fed rally.
Smart money doesn't go gambling on trash like AMD when there's real money to be made.
But you're not smart. What color crayon would you like your new shares in?
I will never have to cover.
In talking about the "Wintel monopoly" canard.
But if you think Intel wasn't worried about Qualcomm and ARM in 2002, then you weren't paying attention.
Stupid masochist. AMD has gone against your pump so many times you've become dependent on it as a source of pain.
False dichotomy and post facto fallacy. Nobody knew Intel would slump, and anyone shorting it was taking bad odds. They got lucky and will keep about 20%. Anyone shorting AMD is getting good odds of keeping 100%.
Intel would buy nVidia for pocket change rather than create that sort of legal mess.
My basis is in the teens, and it's a fraction of my portfolio. And AMD is not going to move up significantly from here. It will be am also-ran in ARM and forgotten in everything else.
Those really expensive ones are legacy production to satisfy old contracts. Really old contracts. Usually government-contracted server and operating hardware.
AMD doesn't have any chips like that because AMD has never been anyone's choice for products that have to be around years after the boards are designed.
Intel makes chips and has 60% margins.
AMD fills out order forms for chips and has 15% margins, which it squanders on inventory writeoffs.
Their first triple-cripple will be resurrected as an ARM core to power AltaVista search engines...
The Internet reaches across the world, and there is zero news in Korea about Samsung and AMD. Your "friend" either doesn't exist or is being exploited so you can lie on this message board.
You bragged about ignoring me. I predicted you couldn't stand to ignore me because you'd miss the abuse you get by trolling me. Suck it.