Your cogent analysis is...nonexistent.
AMD is being sued for righteous reasons, and will lose, big.
They saw this morning's action and are sitting on the side of the bed trying to choose between the razor blade and the pills.
No, they could be sending a strong message they want to try to sell those shares before the company files a chapter.
1) Pumpers think Abu Dhabi is Dubai. Just another data point in the mountainous pile of data points that prove that AMD pumpers don't really know anything about this company and are basically too dumb for their own good (but when they buy shares that I draw in crayon it puts cash in my pocket that I will never have to take back out, so they're also plenty dumb enough for my own good).
2) You can't sell what you don't own, and if the Arabs/Mubadala/Abu Dhabi want to sell their AMD shares, they need to own them first.
3) AMD has been a vast disappointment since the Q3 "earnings" didn't come with an upside projection, and AMD is ripe to be sold off by its biggest shareholder _before_ it gets run through bankruptcy.
I have a sincere question: Does anyone know to whom were sold the bonds issued in that latest refinancing? I don't recall seeing it mentioned anywhere. And if it was the Arabs/Mubadala/Abu Dhabi, then that would give them seniority over shareholders, and would constituted a means to retain ownership through any bankruptcy, and in fact an easy route to end up with an even bigger share than they currently control; in fact they could own it 100% since they seem to be the only debtors, aside from BAC, who might at this moment be entitled only to a tiny sliver of the assets once impairment is removed.
Only ten? There are only a couple of banks paying even 0.5% on passbook savings. Less on checking. Only a skinny more on 3-year CDs. Most are paying less than 0.1%. Some pay literally 0.0%, and with fees they end up being a losing proposition from the moment you open the account. The Savings & Loan is a lousy place to keep your cash.
REITs aren't a particular beneficiary of this. It's pumped up the market across the board. But if employment and revenue grow to meet it, then the pump is righteous.
Still no telling when the Fed will really start to increase rates. Indications are that it could be as early as this summer and as late as mid-2016.
So mREITs are a crapshoot for two years, but a crapshoot with a double-digit yield.
I suggest you actually read this message board instead of just making assumptions.
I've been talking about parabolic pricing and getting ahead of the fundamentals and growth.
Now suck my other testicle, cuter.
AMD is going to be taking a massive charge to placate the lawyers.
Shut up, loser. You've never contributed a fact to this board, and you never will.
Look at the numbers, dope.
The old consoles killed the new ones in the same January timeframe.
Consoles are FINISHED.
Here’s NPD’s official data on console market sales in North America for January 2007 – i.e. after the last generation of flagship consoles launched back in the 2006 holiday season:
Now here’s an equivalent list of sales for consoles for January 2014
Wii U: ~49,000
Not one of these consoles is beating its predecessors' numbers from 7 years ago. None. PS4 is barely beating what PS2 was selling _after_ PS3 launched. PS4 and Xbox One _combined_ aren't matching the Wii from 2007.
AMD made a huge mistake taking on all these consoles when they were dying.
Global warming denialism is a litmus test for being completely subjugated to right-wing propaganda.
Turn off that television station and stop listening to those radio shows. They are disinforming you.
Douchey, you, like abu, are never right. Never have been, never will be. This is the wrong place to be a troll. All it will bring you is pain.
I just scrolled through his history list, and this dope rode a short on LNKD from $75 to over $200, and has now been dragged up and down the strip by his nuts for another $100+ loss on Wynn.
I've seen some spectacularly self-immolating crapheads on the internet, but this clown is setting records.
You know that's false, and now so do the FBI and SEC.
You also know that Hong Kong has _zero_ jurisdiction in Macau.
So, shutting up and going away might be the best thing for your ego now.