I have run out of gum wrappers. New shipment comes in next week. Until then, this is what you get. Can't use crayon on them, though. So that's grape juice.
AMD is full of disgruntled engineers who hang on by their fingernails and do as little as possible hoping to make the layoff list and get the severance package.
As predicted, AMD botched HBM. It can't make Fury units in quantity, and the ones it did make are overtaxing themselves just to come up short against the competition.
AMD's balance sheet is ugly, but it's still not as ugly as AMD's real financial condition.
Rich people make stupid mistakes, too. They'll be selling the shares they bought today as soon as they get home and use a real computer to do real due diligence.
It's been explained to you several times before, yet you still post this lie.
The Chinese don't have the money to buy game consoles in anything like the proportions that Americans and Europeans do. Household incomes in China are 1/8th what they are in America. And the Chinese government will restrict the number and type of games that will be allowed on those consoles.
China will not be a major win for console makers and certainly not for AMD. Those 153 million short shares are safe. Nobody's buying back the ones you bought from us.
Haha. 15 cents and you think people should panic.
AMD has no future. The technology world has moved beyond AMD's abilities, and AMD doesn't have the resources to retool. Tow it out into the ocean, blow some holes in its hull, and make a reef out of it.
I'd like to take credit for all of that, but no, I'm not the only short. I'm just the best.
I will never have to cover.
Intel is way ahead, and has superior internals and manufacturing. Zen is an attempt to catch up, but is already behind. And won't even exist as a product until late next year.
There's a seller in every transaction, and shorts are holding waiting for bankruptcy. Volumes indicate nobody is panicking. Some deep-pocketed dope thinks he's come across an oversold value stock. He hasn't looked at the books. He will. He'll realize the truth and capitulate before it moves too far against him.
NYMX is a drug company. Its price action is based on wins at the FDA. Such decisions are immediate and critical determinants of future value. AMD has no equivalent. Its products are known quantities 1-2 years before they hit the shelves. The OP was a basic troll, not a cogent analysis.
Windows 10 is not going to sell computers. It's already sold the computers it was going to sell. OEMs and retailers discounted older stock to make room for the same hardware with Win10 imaged into it. Which will sell like the older stock did before the discounts, minus some slack because of the increased demand satisfaction from the discounted sales. And a lot of those were to people who know they're going to upgrade automatically tomorrow morning.
Everyone who currently owns a computer is going to get a free copy of Windows 10, and Windows 10 is streamlined enough to run on computers that are several years old. So no, Windows 10 isn't going to compel anyone to buy a new computer.
If today's bump is in any way predicated on Windows 10, I'll be pocketing this entire dime within a month. Buyers this dumb will take time to realize their mistake, but eventually will be slapping their foreheads and discussing their insecurities with their mixologists.
Instead of pretending you have post-hoc prescience, how about actually trading. You can buy now, and sell when it goes back to 1.61. Then when you kick yourself it will be for an actual fact, not your imaginary bravery.
Well, no, they're saying people are actually paying 1.3% more for AMD paper.
But then they say it went from 78.25 to 66.25 in a week. That's a 15.3% drop, not a 1.3% rise. So all they're reporting on is a dead-cat bounce in the bonds.
All those ratings cuts are the real story here. The financial community is advising its clients to avoid AMD like the plague that it is. You can pick from the other 7,000 stocks in the investing universe, plus any of tens of thousands of other investment vehicles not affiliated in any way with AMD, and you will have a six-sigma chance of doing better.
Or you can short AMD, which is what they're really telling you to do. Works for me.
I will never have to cover.
So they threw away a whole generation of chips on 20 nm. And paid to do it. They haven't announced any actual cost-cutting measures.
Q3 should be a lot like Q2.
Lisa Su failed the day she took the title, but didn't force the company into a Chapter 11. It's incontrovertible proof that she's no better than her predecessors, and doesn't understand that by keeping this company alive she's just defrauding all the people who've bought shares since the day she gained control.
That "net worth" paragraph is interesting. They don't get to count promissories as assets. That isn't broken out on their balance sheet, though. Which means AMD investors are getting a false picture of the company's solvency.
They should have announced that chapter before they sold the fabs. Perpetual financial incompetence.
AMD made a gigantic mistake not skipping HBM1. Huge. And they apparently spent all their time doing the memory system and didn't advance their cores. And then they limited the parts to 4 GB, so it can't do anything with 4K that you'd need 4K to get done.
AMD is so far behind it thinks it's ahead (but really it knows how far behind it is, but it can't let that fact appear to be in its mind, or it will start bawling like a baby in a blender).
This was predictable. I predicted it, in fact. AMD trying to bring a completely new technology to semiconductors? Recipe for disaster. They can't walk a straight line with a handrail. Watching them try to dance hip-hop is a schiz show.