You didn't correct anything and the date is not right. That date is the end of the quarter. It tells you nothing significant about what the Soros fund actually did or when. And by the time it was posted the fund could have closed its position entirely again. I hope they did. Because at an average purchase price of $4.05 for a million shares in Q3, they've already lost $1.3 million. That's a huge embarrassment for whatever trading assistant put that through. Trying to pump with it now should be totally embarrasing to you.
Because AMD told the government the same lies they're telling you.
You didn't bother to get the date right, or the price, and I'm betting you didn't notice whether it was a buy to open, sell to close, sell to open, or buy to close.
And it was a Soros fund, not George Soros himself. He doesn't deal in fiddling small change, and to him, transacting the entire market cap of AMD would be fiddling small change.
doesn't matter what order they do it in, either. result is the same.
The main project is over $400 million and went to IBM and nVidia. AMD is an afterthought. This won't result in lasting value to AMD.
Your goals I like, but not your methods. Get rid of the crystal ball and learn to evaluate a business.
MA is creating a competitive vaccum. WYNN won and can set its investment according to expected traffic.
AC is nowhere anyone wants to be outside a casino. Boston is a destination in itself.
And this isn't a half-assed installation like you find in outlier markets. This will be a first-class facility.
People have bet against Steve Wynn before. Even when he loses the battle he wins the war.
98.5% just looks like a typo. When the best hotel downtown is jammed to the gills, there must be people sleeping on curbs out on Cotai.
Anyone currently constructing expansions is mining the lode.
Who are you and what have you done with stockguyy79?
People explain things to you every day, but you insist on lying about reality. You really do like being berated.
Taking the PS4 job on dead-man margins wasn't a matter of improving profits, it was merely a matter of filling space in fabs to prevent penalties from bankrupting the company instantly.
Rory never expected consoles to save AMD. He was hoping the experience would make AMD's proposed semi-custom efficient enough to become profitable. Of course, he still hadn't realized what a load of bison the AMD designers were. They could overrun costs on an ice-cream cone.
No, they're going to tell the truth. Unlike every AMD pumper.
This is true. There are a couple of bottles of wine he could buy that would add up to $3 mil.
Ali Baba sold $9 billion of merchandise in this year's Singles Day spree. You could buy four AMD's with that.
AMD is chump change for everyone. The pumpers are psychos.
You'll never see it. He'll pretend he doesn't exist any more so he doesn't have to admit he was wrong. Probably been doing it since he was a kid. Dumb schizo masochist d-bag.
I've spent more money on commissions than you've ever seen.
Your idiotic pumping of this stock has cost AMD investors more money than all of us posting on this message board have ever seen.
Die in a fire.