You make a crucial error.
There is nothing forcing a short to buy back a share, ever.
I will never have to cover.
Actually, I can't find the source data for that. Ashraf mentioned the idea on his SA blog, but that's it (albeit I don't subscribe so if he had a link on page 2 I didn't see it).
There are rumors. But nothing from AMD itself. Not that shows up when you search for AMD and GlobalFoundries. Which you'd think would be in such a notice some time in the past month.
There's also the question of sales vs. deliveries. Since the original pallets ran dry, none of the stores around here has gotten any replacement machines.
Guess what kind of chips FPGAs aren't.
Yup. AMD chips.
Thanks for the extra dime a share, suckers. I made a _killing_ today.
Whatever happened to Carlos Slim and Warren Buffett?
Just being rich doesn't mean you'll stay rich.
Shel is crazy. Spain is proof of that. If he pulls the trigger on that thing while Spain is in the bottom half of Europe's national economies, dump your shares and run.
I've been looking into the referendum thing, and it's likely to get turfed off the ballot.
It seems that once the original law was passed, it created value in properties on which development was being proposed. Now if the law is repealed it will count as a "taking", and the Massachusetts constitution prohibits referenda from taking private property. At least that's the theory proposed by the AG, and that's what the state supreme court will have to decide before the referendum can get on the ballot.
I also discovered that the Suffolk Downs proposal has new backers. Mohegan Sun, owners of Foxwoods, have jumped in to replace the hapless CZR.
Picking banks and automakers, probably. Lots of stuff has outperformed WYNN. There are only about 7,000 things to pick from, too. It was a good pick if not the obvious top pick 4 years ago. Making it #1 probably reflects more on the stability of its markets than anything. Both Vegas and Macau are drawing from watersheds that are far less roiled by potential conflict than they were.
Just wait until CES. They'll show themselves to be two years behind, this year.
AMD's biggest business over the past two years has been selling off its assets and moving into a van down by the river.
get used to it
there's nothing less connected to reality than an AMD fanboy
I don't even hedge this #$%$. No reason to do so. There's nothing AMD can do to save itself.
Either you don't know what "another" means, or you don't know what "lie" means. Or you're just lying yourself because the truth I post keeps you from having your way. Childish.
Now it's only 3.63. On a day when the rest of the market is bigtime green.
The pumpers are fired.