Of course you don't. If you had a clue you'd have your own name and go short.
Stupid impostor. You're just proving you're a masochist.
AMD's most successful product is wealthy former CEOs.
When will the brain dead shareholders wise up and fire the board?
They don't own any assets, nor any equity, nor any profits. The only thing they own is a vote. Why do they never use it to rid themselves of this board that has repeatedly hired incompetent and self-dealing crooks to mind the store?
It is really too late for that. Now the board will fire the shareholders. The IP will devolve to the creditors and the stock will be canceled. ATI may or may not emerge as a public IPO. But the turmoil will disrupt their progress and nVidia's lead would be too great for them to catch up without true heroics. We'd have to see who their new board is and who steps up to lead them.
NVDA will profit from the demise of AMD. You short it at your peril.
AMD's chips run significantly hotter than Intel's. They are not anyone's choice at profitable prices.
Those prices would also shut out about 80% of individual investors and create a massive liquidity crisis. The resulting depression would end in a global thermonuclear war.
The solution to program trading is to require all trades to have a human trader entering the order.
You're a leech who gambles on diseased garbage like AMD because you have no idea how to evaluate a company.
You've never once put money into a company. You've only ever paid for stock that's been in more hands than the handle on a strip club urinal.
Your estimation of corporate humanitarianism and the political climate is no better than your estimation of your own character. All tone-deaf and illusory.
He is wrong. Intel has the right to demand its IP is protected. That process can take up to a year, and at the end of it Intel may have cause to deny the acquirer any rights to the IP while losing no rights to AMD IP.
Whether he is ignorant or just lying will probably have to be determined by a court.
AMD has presented at hundreds of conferences. Any skyrocketing has been short-lived and actionable as fraud.
5K shares at 2.83 is only $14,150. And a month later at 2.70 was only $13,500. And now at 2.36 it's only $11,800.
So if you sold $18,000 on 4/6, that means you went short $4,500 worth, and as it's currently at $3,933 you're only down $83 since you came in here flapping your yap about this idiotic purchase you made on 3/6.
Maybe you'll get lucky and it'll drop another nickel and you'll be in the green. I've been in the green shorting AMD since 2006. It's quite enjoyable.