There's more, but Yahoo has gone insane and is not accepting the rest of the post. Now it's stuck in the repeat-posting limbo. This is no place to prevent the truth to people, clearly.
AMD shareholder equity is more than $100 million ($0.14/share) negative. AMD net tangible assets are negative. AMD earnings are negative. AMD revenue growth is negative.
AMD Fury graphics technology including HBM1 was meant to generate cash to pay for development of AMD's x86 refresh (Zen) and for ARM development. Fury does not compete favorably with nVidia graphics cards. Fury has also been severely supply-constrained due to yield issues. Costs are mounting and demand is waning the entire time revenues are not flowing. AMD has had to cancel Windows 10 tablet chips to help conserve cash for Zen. Meanwhile, nVidia is in fab with first silicon of its new Pascal processor which uses HBM2. The status of AMD's HBM2 graphics chip, Greenland, is unknown. Internet rumors that AMD has a lock on Hynix's supply of HBM2 memory are based on blogger claims, not credible sources. Hynix has been showing off HBM2 wafers at nVidia events.
If Zen and Greenland have taped out as claimed, then per normal schedules they will not be shipping in volume for at least 1 year (mid-2016, too late for back-to-school OEM builds). Since they are using FinFET, a process that is new to AMD, production ramp issues are expected. However, as AMD announced only that they had taped out two designs for FinFET and did not identify them in any way, these may not be Zen and Greenland, and AMD may not have those chips out for revenue until 2017.
AMD has $2.3 billion ($3.03/sh) in long-term debt, which comes due starting in 2019. It has also used up half of its latest line of credit. AMD's credit rating is in junk territory. Most recent ratings:
Moody's: downgrade to Caa1/Caa2/SGL3, negative outlook (7/28/15)
S&P: downgrade to B-minus, stable outlook (4/20/15)
Fitch: downgrade to B-minus, negative outlook (4/20/15)
Updates are due within a week.
Nonetheless, AMD executives purport to be confident they can raise additional capital easily.
Keep believing things like that and your gap will get filled by the market, over and over again.
Why would you have bought a stock you don't understand? Why would you do it again? There are 7,000 other stocks, one of which you might understand.
$1.96 isn't even a 2-week high, nor is today's volume.
All you're seeing is sheep like you, reacting to other sheep running in one direction. Enjoy being fleeced.
I will never have to cover.
AMD's debt situation is almost as bad as its lack of technical ability and its awful relationship with its fab.
That doesn't work, son. No wonder you were dumb enough to buy this stock. You have no idea what you're doing.
And then later this week he posted death threats. He's not sane.
Fury is a huge mistake and the writeoff it's going to cause might kill AMD's Greenland GPU as well.
Everyone at AMD is on the block, except the BoD. The shareholders have no spine.
It was a buddy-buddy payout to an old AMD crony, who was CEO of SeaMicro at the time. He knew where the bodies were buried from his time at AMD.
Yahoo will be frying you.
You are a liar and a criminal.
No, it isn't, it's worth $500 million at best if sold by itself, and AMD already wrote off what it overpaid ATYT shareholders for it.
I doubt that number changed today. Every short covering was met by a new short.