Whoever is hosting the video should require a large disclaimer on it saying it's an infomercial, not a review.
He should be an admiral with that level of obvious.
You have no idea what you are talking about, out you are lying to investors intentionally in order to commit fraud. Because that is not how it works, moron.
Sub list her chance to be praised when she failed to take this company into bankruptcy on her first day as CEO.
If AMD sold off its GPU technology, just what do you propose it would be in business to sell after that? GPU/APU is the last finger from which it is hanging on the precipice.
Please stop annoying the adults with your total ignorance of how business works.
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AMD will go 11 or 7. No matter what, the existing common shares will be cancelled. Large swathes of their workforce will be dismissed. Their name may be sold to a Taiwanese kit-builder. It will be over.
So? People paying cheap prices for AMD's garbage products is not a good thing.
If prices go up, it will induce other companies to start implementing other CPU solutions for notebooks. And it will give them the revenue per unit to justify the investment.
AMD's presence in the market, and its self-defeating undercutting of prices, is making it impossible for new technologies to try to compete with x86. It was AMD's price-warring with Intel in the early 00s that allowed Apple to justify pushing PowerPC out of consumer computers. But they weren't so craven as to actually buy AMD's CPUs. They still had a quality ethic for their own products to uphold.
If you want progress you need to get rid of this black hole that's sapping innovation.
It wasn't a bounce.
The cat was in a clod of dirt the market's shovel was turning over. Now it's sliding into the grave.
How good could she be if her job used to be pumping AMD.
That's what I hear you saying.
Doesn't take an insider to read the writing on the wall for AMD.
It's basically sliding against no resistance. So stop trying to see things that just aren't there.
They're going to college. They're smart. Smart people don't buy junk. They won't buy AMD products when it's clear Intel and nVidia are superior.
So lying to people and yourself.
You idiot. AMD is too small to have any weight in index funds. And there is no short interest level too high for a company that is bankrupting itself.