False, no, and hell no.
What color crayon would you like your new shares in?
It has to rent everything. Super-expensive way to do business. That's how it loses 9 figures per quarter.
Their existing offices, which they lease, are in a prime location. The landlord is no doubt raising rent accordingly. Meanwhile, Fry's Electronics has lots of refrigerator boxes and their parking lot isn't always full.
Lisa sold the Austin building while she was still a junior thief. Hector sold off the bay area property.
This stupid company has been financing its losses by hocking its property for over ten years now. It's pathetic.
No it isn't. Nothing AMD can make will beat anything that nVidia will bring out ever again.
That's real money, pumpers. I know you don't want traders to know about that, but AMD is tanking.
No. He'll have next quarter to prove him right. He knows how to do the math, and he knows that AMD's entire list of intellectual property wasn't worth enough to save the company.
I'm not talking about you, I'm talking about how this stupid stock got the top of its price lopped off after the markets told you to go away and come back tomorrow.
I'll be here tomorrow, selling to anyone willing to pay these outlandish prices for this walking bankruptcy.
No probably about it. The behavior of everyone at AMD has shown all along that Zen was a piece of junk.
No it wasn't. Those will show a profit when this company inevitably goes under. AMD's share price hasn't risen since then because it's made changes that will allow it to survive. It has risen because fatuous idiots like you think that the changes it has made aren't the obvious desperation moves that kill asset value that they are.
All of AMD's core designs contain Intel IP. AMD can't give any of them to other companies without Intel's say-so.
Keep flailing, criminal.
You do realize all those institutional shares are locatable. No? Probably not. You're a dope.
You do realize that a share that is short shows up in someone else's account and is eligible to be borrowed and shorted again. No? Probably not. You're a dope.
The only shares that can't be borrowed are those held by retail investors in cash (i.e., retirement) accounts, and then only if they're not held in street name (i.e., they're really in the broker's account and not physically in the owner's).
The entire float of this company, plus the existing short interest, is available to be located, borrowed, and shorted, over and over again. Dope.
Those of us who shorted into Friday are booking profits today, without even having to cover. Dope.
Most of today is people realizing they've been had and bailing. And most of those who bought yesterday are now taking a loss at it.
Why? Shorting only serves to satisfy the demand for shares. It's the long's best friend, because it keeps prices low for the same number of share acquired. You should love shorts.
But did you see it go parabolic at the end of the day Friday? That was a sudden lack of supply in the face of constant demand, which means the number and size of short orders was declining. I was shorting harder than I have in years, but there was no way I could fade that level of panic-buying alone.
But I'm already reaping the reward for trying. Not covering, but the margin is already released to cash availability (that's maintenance margin dropping, on top of the automatic drop from opening margin to maintenance margin).
AMD's biggest problem is pumpers who spam the boards with misinformation, making it impossible for longs to get fair prices. Meaning prices in the 1's or 0's.
One-fifth of the company's float changed hands on Friday. Almost 10% has crossed already today.
And you think this is whales holding the book steady?