1st to 1Ghz desktop? AMD
No, that would be DEC.
None of the rest of your nonsense made anything "Standard" occur. 64-bit still isn't univerally accepted (all that (x86) stuff in your Programs folder is 32-bit, and it's most of what you use).
Intel was first to dual and quad, and it's the Intel versions that were the standard; AMD has flopped in just about every desktop release since multi-core began. And AMD came THIRD in the CPU/GPU race.
Your list is a combination of pathetic and false. But I expect you actually believe these things, or worse, think that AMD can do anything like any of that ever again.
Instead, AMD is running the other way, coming in 20th in ARM, and not even close with 64-bit ARM.
What color crayon would you like your next tranche to be drawn in? I have a brand-new Periwinkle I'm dying to deflower.
Stay stupid, dopey. It keeps the other dwarves employed.
So did I.
And I haven't stopped.
AMD is the walking dead.
I will never have to cover.
AMD is all weakness, all the time.
That's its business model.
Knowing it is mine.
So yes. KEEP BUYING. The pricier the shares the more I keep when the bottom inevitably falls out.
Douchey, it wouldn't be any fun without you calling the bottom. I may add another layer of bullish option combinations.
It's a penny stock that tanked in the middle of a global economic surge and when its CEO gets the chance he'll dump his stake and run. There's no growth potential and huge liability risks.
Okay. DD completed. You can remove your spam now.
That's good. it used to be negative.
There's a big liability due to treasury stock repurchased from Okada. It's diminished in meaning because the liability comes due years from now and because it might never come due, and in any case by then it will be swamped by retained earnings because the cash keeps pouring in and there's more to be had when Wynn Palace opens on Cotai.
Desperate? You dopes are paying 20% more for shares and I'm putting all that pure cash profit in my pocket and _I_ am supposed to be desperate?
You won't see me getting desperate until I have to buy a new wheelbarrow to shift fake shares out when this pig dumps into the single-digit pennies and is still transacting $100+ million a day in the market.
AMD longs are clearly on the hop, and probably on some sort of illegal substance, but, naturally, are being sold oregano and loving it.
I will never have to cover.
Correct. AMD has no sustainable profits, and he gets paid $12-15 million a year. AMD is on life support generating cashflow for its C-suite. Its shareholders are being measured for a giant bag.
He gets a big chunk of his pay in options. His last transaction was a turn-and-burn in which he acquired 30,000 shares and sold 16,000 ($3.2 million or so), the effect of which raised his remaining holdings to just over 80,000 shares (~$16 million).
Like I said before, insiders selling, especially insiders selling shares acquired in compensation, means nothing at all. It's a red herring. But when insiders buy, you should wonder what's up.
"casino security is notoriously corrupt"
Security is the department that works most closely with the gaming commission. Given a choice between taking a charge of obstruction of justice and risking its license, vs. throwing an hourly employee under the bus and negotiating a finite settlement, guess which way casino management will go.
And, like I said, there's no evidence on that tape to show the guard's behavior was unprovoked, nor is there any evidence of who edited it to make it ambiguous. So neither you nor I nor anyone else who's only gotten this information from these sources has any idea what actually happened there. It might as well have been an episode of Game of Thrones.
Elaine Wynn sells and transfers small (to her) blocks to fund philanthropy (and no doubt to shop like a rich girl, which she's certainly entitled to do).
Steve Wynn doesn't sell anything. He still owns over 10 million shares.
Yes, the data resources are mute on this fact, because they are not designed for truth but for the imprimatur of knowledge. Investors are generally in the dark as to who owns what they own. But then, they're generally in the dark as to the fact that they really own nothing unless they're majority owners. The secondary market is a speculative mosh pit, not investing.
Insiders selling doesn't mean anything. Insiders buying actually means something, but nothing material, just an indication that their confidence is high. Or they are. Depends on the company.
Most of the HK tickers are up while WYNN's American ticker is flat. It tried to follow yesterday but got beaten down mid-day. Someone big might be unwinding. Chump. He's leaving a 25% gain on the table between now and the opening of Wynn Cotai.
I've seen the tapes. Interesting editing. You see the security guard hitting the guy, but that shot starts in mid-swing. You don't see if the guy did immediately prior to that to induce the response. Why edit it that way? The tape is certainly available to show the whole incident. The only reason to do that is to create a sensational story instead of a true one. No way to tell who's telling the truth without the rest of the tape.
I recommend you close every position you are in and get some education before risking another nickel.
Firstly, look up "ex dividend date".