Listening to pumpers is like watching informercials for pimple cream made of lye.
nVidia is well along working with actual first-silicon chips of Pascal/HBM2. AMD is spending money twiddling its thumbs waiting for Zen and Greenland/HBM2, and pouring money into trying to get Fury'/HBM1 to work with anything like a profitable yield.
Criminal behavior is his business model. His history of damaging customer accounts is clear.
Not a fool if you're short, a fool if you buy. Just to be clear for people who think slow.
Important info for people who hold shares or are thinking of being suckered into buying stock.
Zen won't contribute. Intel and nVidia aren't standing still waiting for it. They're way ahead. Zen is years behind already, playing catch-up to products the competition has already EOLed.
You're entirely backwards. You probably don't believe that. I'll bump some things up that will change your mind. You might not admit your mind has been changed, but we've seen delusional people here before. You won't be the first. But AMD won't be lasting long so you might be the last.
That's no more likely than the Green Lantern appearing at your window and offering to do your laundry.
He hasn't realized there's an easy way to avoid all the pain he's feeling. He can quit pumping this broken company's stock.
But he likes the pain. Trolls are all masochists. He knows that already.
keoqeroftheq/cueless_q128 replied to it.
They, and famed sockpuppet stockguy97/nicoboyboot are no longer using those names.
But Ken's still using amdtripledigits, even though he could just be using his real name and getting the same recognition for his posts.
AMD's total disaster on Fury cards is what's making nVidia so attractive. You can guess how it's treating AMD's revenues and profits and stock price and employee morale.
Last year, from 9/1 to 10/6, the stock shed 25% of its value. In 2012, it began sliding in March and didn't stop until November, when it had lost 77% of its value.
I doubt it will drop 48% the day after the Q3 ER. But the result could easily catalyze a string of capitulations that will take it down by half. It may already be happening.
A mobo manufacturer having a schedule is far different from AMD meeting a schedule. Ask anyone plugging Fury chips into graphics cards.
Since AMD's major shareholders have shown no interest in making the company better, don't deny the minor shareholders their right to tell the C-Suite to their faces that they have destroyed a once-profitable company and turned it into a piggy bank for themselves and their corrupt partners.
You know you can short the stock in another account and it's totally legit, right?
N) How many Fury chips did you plan to sell? How many have you actually sold?
O) How far behind have you fallen on HBM vs. nVidia? Is the fact that nVidia is working with live silicon HBM2 (Pascal) chips and AMD is not (Zen) significant?
P) Have you considered settling the shareholder suits over the lies told about Llano?
Q) How can AMD executives stand to draw salary?