Huge die plus stacked die.
Yield and cost nightmare.
The disappointing performance just makes nVidia the frontrunner by a nose, until they hit HBM2 afterburners in a few months and leave AMD wondering where they went.
HBM1 is a trap for investors. It won't save AMD.
You are making up just about everything you say.
Wall Street makes money inducing you to make mistakes, not trading for itself.
HFTs don't trade tens of millions of shares AH, they front-run the tape when dopes like you are slobbering around looking for reasons.
Analyst news is the sort of trap that causes you idiots to trade.
Smart people are way ahead of such things. And institutions deal in fundamentals and value and their own strategic templates for the funds they run.
AMD longs make it real easy for AMD shorts to keep collecting hard currency for hastily scribbled fake shares.
It's as though AMD driver writers never even boot their software up and run a few games on it. But there's no way they don't do that. Unless there's no cash for them because something else is siphoning money from even the graphics department. Which would give a strong suggestion that ARM development is buried under problems and bleeding cash.
So AMD has a choice: admit its graphics drivers are still the incompetent, careless mopes they've always been, or warn shareholders that AMD's ARM project is a risk, not an investment.
Institutions don't trade on news. If they did it would induce traps as predators planted news while negotiating with institutions.
Institutions trade mechanically and strategically.
See other posts discussing Russell index fund rebalancing for an example.
Idiot. Russell rebalancing is index funds, not indices, altering their holdings to match the new weightings. It's exactly the kind of agnostic negotiated trading I was talking about earlier.
These trades are a result of AMD's failures, not an indication of its future.
No, dope. Big trades are done on the phone during the day and booked on the tape at our after the close. They make no difference to the market price because they are negotiated and not placed on the wire as bids.
In the case of transactions like that it can only be institutions. And they don't trade on news.
The price dropped 2 cents after hours. That volume was people who bought the Fury rumors selling on the realization they were idiots for buying on rumors. The very large trades at and after close were funds swapping shares for all the reason funds trade, which is almost never because they care what the stock is actually about to do.
Seriously. Naive dopes like you are why I have been able to keep selling this stock at 100% margin since the writing hit the wall in 2006.
Keep investing. You keep me rich.
It's sold out because AMD clearly didn't make very many of them.
AMD produced a dud, overhyped it, and a small number of dupes are stuck with these things until they can read the reviews, try the cards, see the same issues, and realize their mistake.
Fury will soon be the most-returned card being sold this year.
Negotiated trades between funds.
This is of no concern to AMD investors.
But do keep making a fool of yourself. We know it's your fetish.
Large negotiated transaction right at close and then two more in AH. Two funds trading shares. Likely scheduled long before today. Nothing to see here. Except pumpers and trolls pretending they know about secret announcements that will never come.
Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 didn't do a thing to help AMD. AMD will continue tanking even as Windows 10 enters the market.
“Those products will launch sometime in 2016. And timing is only dependent on the customers, I won't comment on that. But what I can come from as we said previously, there are two products, it's a billion dollars of revenue starting sometime in 2016. One of the products is ARM. And the last thing I’ll say is we are looking at our semicustom business as going beyond gaming.” - Devinder Kumar, talking to fudzilla
"AMD scored two new semi-custom SoC design wins that will land in 2016 and provide about a billion dollars in revenue for the company over a life span of three years. AMD will not name the companies that these chips are being built for but it did emphasis the fact that these chips are aimed at non-gaming applications. Importantly one of these design wins uses a 64-bit ARM core as opposed to the x86 cores that have landed in AMD’s semi-custom chips up until now. In her commentary AMD’s CEO Lisa Su noted that the semi-custom pipeline remains strong and is very important to AMD’s future." - from semiaccurate
You are either the stupidest idiot ever to find his way onto the internet, or a desperate masochist posting obvious nonsense to get flaming abuse in return.
There is no third explanation.
Only you would double down on news that's over a year old, from before the CEO was replaced and the company got sued by its own shareholders for lying to them.
But your goal is to get abused, not to make sense.
x86 isn't the only kind of personal computer any more. The FTC doesn't have any reason to care about AMD's existence.
Because many of those parts will be returned unsold. See MU news this morning. Expect AMD warning, or another shareholder suit when AMD fails to warn.