I haven't looked but preferreds often accumulate dividends even when dividends are suspended, so as long as the market thinks the company will survive a cashflow crisis, the preferred shareholders will get all of their back pay. Though again I don't know if that's the case for BBEPP.
Venezuela's President got a $20 billion loan from China then visited Iran and Saudi Arabia, all within a few days last week.
The fix is in. OPEC is stacked up for whatever its game is. The Saudis don't scare Venezuela and didn't care either way. They're more interested in controlling new North American producers, who haven't been indoctrinated yet. The ones that don't go bankrupt will capitulate. The ones that do will end up the property of the ones that don't.
Oh, and $20 billion buys a lot of options. So don't expect price stability.
Uh, no. You are wrong.
The 1-day chart shows a sequence of short intervals, usually 1 or 5 minutes each. The color of the marking for that interval is green if at the end of the interval the last tick was at a higher price than at the end of the previous interval; red if it was less; the color is repeated if the closing price is the same. The volume mark is the same color as the price mark.
The truth is, every buy is a sell and every sell is a buy. The fact that one side is an order on the book and the other is a market order is not relevant.
AMD is dropping because people putting orders in the book are unwilling to put in higher bids, and the people putting in market orders are totally willing to satisfy their lack of demand by panicking and dumping their shares because of the rapidly declining believability of the story this stock presents for future viability.
You are a vapid idiot. People are selling and nobody is buying.
Denial ain't just a major mental malfunction, but in your case, it is.
Are you really trying to pretend Su, who has never had dealings as a C-suite exec in Asia before, is somehow going to develop mercantile relationships just because she's got yellow skin? Rory worked in Asia for Lenovo for years, and got AMD exactly nowhere, even with Su by his side.
And do you imagine that margins will be improved by selling mass quantities to Asia? They won't. Asia is a tight-fisted market. They won't pay anything like what AMD is currently getting for its chips.
So you're making this up, and shooting yourself in the foot on the fantasy.
I hope you're upgrading that thing with a hopper the size of a wood chipper.
Just remember, $1.80 is just another step on the road to $1.70, $1.60, $1.50, ...
AMD has no bottom. It just gets more fairly valued the closer it gets to $0.
Loss has to be near $500 million or there will be no preset win for Su in April. She will have to report red quarters forever, which won't be long for her and AMD.
Get used to this, longs. AMD is standing on quicksand, and any little ripple makes your position sink.
I will never have to cover.
I wish I was short AMD.
Oh wait. I am. Huge.
I will never have to cover.
A lot of them think games are real life. They are not the smart ones.