Because Intel has money and leading-edge technology and growth prospects. AMD does not.
Technically, shorts own all the equity value in AMD.
On what theory? This company is trash. It will continue to lose money and share value until it is closed down by the courts.
AMD is standing pretty much alone when it comes to slack on a very good day in the markets.
Has the word finally gotten out that it lacks the ability to win against its competition?
It's also cool how we've been telling you to short since 2006, and why, and yet you think that one chip whose designer has run away before it blows up is going to save this heap of detritus from the dump.
You are correct. Rasgon was an idiot to remove his short.
Reasonable. In line with the run rate from previous quarters. But does it account for continued pricing sag and lower sellability of aging products?
AMD's assets are being bled to the Arabs via the manufacturing of unsellable inventory.
AMD's shareholders have no clue.
That naturally only includes AMD employees who can operate a computer properly.
Pumpers' last lie is being decimated by confirmation that VR is not going to make them a nickel.
Another nail in the cheap cardboard box that AMD's VR hype will be buried in.
The only way AMD could have gotten ahead of nVidia after taping out months after nVidia is if AMD has decided not to test its products properly.
Which could be the case.