Stupid masochist. Projecting your deviant compulsive-obsessiveness on others won't make you any less unwell.
You mean, it's down to only two in three months, so it's starting to sink in that nobody is going to acquire AMD?
Korean blogger's speculative opinion post.
The number of "investors" falling for this empty pump is ridiculous, even for AMD.
Click on the summary link and look down the left sidebar.
Yahoo's no longer showing many of the informational links for this company as active.
Now, Yahoo is probably the only company still in business that's more poorly run than AMD, so it could simply be a technical error on Yahoo's part, but it could also be that Yahoo is now treating AMD like it's on the pink sheets.
That's a bit premature, but not a big stretch.
I don't think anyone who might buy AMD's assets would even try to stay in the business of getting stomped by Intel. At this point the state of AMD's implementation is so decrepit and subpar that it's acting as a negative. So the transfer of the license is largely mooted.
The only thing a buyer could be after is the ATI IP. But that's not nearly worth the current enterprise value of AMD.
Check the dates in the metadata for those pictures. They weren't all taken on the same weekend. He's been draining this company like a rubber tree for decades.
I'm the smartest person you've ever interacted with.
I'm not covering.
I'm not happy that I'm giving buyers a 10% discount compared to February, but hey, I get to book the profits regardless.
I will never have to cover.
"Architecture-wise, ARM has fewer registers but more addressing modes. MIPS has more registers, but fewer addressing modes. -- I suppose that MIPS would have a slight performance advantage when the memory bus is slow and you're in a position to take advantage of having more registers."
-a poster at Quora
In other words, MIPS is faster at lower power when dealing with complex processing like modern webpage rendering.
That's a Chromebook's wheelhouse.
Overall power consumption will depend on a multitude of factors, but if these come in running faster at lower power, AMD will get its nose broken when the door slams on it.
Then buy. I'm not here to manipulate the price. That is an impossible task in the face of so many buying fools. I'm just here to tell you the truth about what you're buying. And to sell it to you. The more you want to pay, the better. Mo money. For me.
I will never have to cover.
Occasionally they do, but if they did it every time you wouldn't find a pumper post anywhere. So they must be too lazy to do it every time.
Wring out your bibs, longs. You've been trolled by pumpers.
WCCF is merely clickbaiting, and links to the 3/17 Korean blog post that that the pumpers tried to spin as news.
It's not new, it's not news, it's not backed by any sources, it's 100% speculation, and it's not even plausible unless Samsung wants to lose money faster than it or AMD can do separately.
I can see the pumpers flailing but I still don't see AMD warning about the things that are obviously wrong with its finances.
He begs for abuse by bragging about ignoring people, then begs for abuse by responding to them.
This is the only ID I've used to interact with the finance boards since I created it.
AMD is the same company it was in 2013: a loser that can't tell the truth about its future.
You are right. Everyone is taking a beating today.
But AMD is taking an especially bloody beating. Trying to pretend that it's proportionate is deceptive.
And AMD is already close to dead. So longs shouldn't be defensive, they should be worried.
I don't doubt this was a lousy quarter, but it would be very unlikely that it could be worse than those quarters when they were writing off ATI acquisition goodwill to hide them among the cost of Barcelona writeoffs. Billion-dollar items hitting the books all at once. Those were among the worst quarters in the history of corporations, period. They led to the necessity to divest all assets and become a renter and a beggar.
AMD just doesn't have that kind of money to lose any more.
Now, maybe on a percentage basis, but since AMD has nothing to use in the denominator of a percentage, even a dollar loss is infinite percentage, so that's a given.
Suffice to say it will probably be worse than the warnings given in the last CC, and possible much, much worse.
BLX and Samsung probably did do due diligence on the possibility of an M&A with AMD, went away to analyze the data and came back today to short it at open.