16.57 -0.01 (-0.06%)
Pre-Market: 7:46AM EDT
|Bid||16.52 x 1100|
|Ask||16.54 x 1800|
|Day's Range||16.41 - 17.00|
|52 Week Range||9.04 - 17.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||109.08|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||15.74|
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 16, 2018-- AMD announced today that it will report second quarter 2018 financial results on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 after the close of market. Management will conduct a conference ...
(Note:The author of this fundamental analysis is a financial writer and portfolio manager.) Advanced Micro Devices Inc. ( AMD) stock may be poised to rise by more than 15% by early next year based on recent options trading.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has confirmed the launch of the 7-nm (nanometer) Vega GPU (graphics processing unit) in 2019, which got rumor mills talking about the next-generation Navi GPU. According to the original GPU roadmap, Navi was supposed to arrive in 2018, but the company has delayed the launch. According to Wccftech, the first Navi GPU would hit the market in late 2019 or early 2020.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ) is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter earnings in late July, and it shouldbe a positive print due to new product ramps, according to Stifel. The Analyst ...
Rumor mills are always churning about Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) next GPU (graphics processor units), and this time there are rumors about three GPUs: Polaris, Vega, and Navi. One rumor suggests AMD might launch the third iteration of Polaris under the “Polaris 30” series and the GPU will be built on GlobalFoundries 12-nm (nanometer) node and deliver 15% better performance than its predecessor.
MARKET PULSE Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (amd) rose 0.6% in premarket trade Monday, after Stifel Nicolaus raised the price target by 24%, citing data showing that the chipmaker's Zen-based CPU line was tracking in-line to slightly better than guidance.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is progressing well in the CPU (central processing unit) market and might even overtake Intel (INTC) in the manufacturing node technology. However, this is not the case with its GPU (graphics processing unit) business, Radeon Technologies Group. RTG got a new senior vice president, David Wang, in early 2018, who replaced its earlier head Raja Koduri. Not only did the leadership of the GPU business change, the GPU roadmap also changed.
As the new trading week begins, Walmart (NYSE:WMT), Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) and State Street (NYSE:STT) are shaping up as the most compelling trading prospects. Back in January, Walmart shareholders were thrilled with their recent gains.
Bluefin Research recently returned from a trip to Asia to survey demand in the semiconductor industry. Analyst Paul Peterson expects suppliers to beat Wall Street estimates in the coming earnings season and announce roughly in-line guidance.
Semiconductor stocks have been hot this year — sometimes unreasonably so. Since hitting a high north of $45 back in late January, TSM stock has been the dog of the semiconductor sector. The shares are down more than 20% during this period, compared to rallies in a majority of Taiwan Semi’s competitors, including Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) and Micron (NASDAQ:MU).
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Two more analysts have downgraded Broadcom (AVGO) on its proposed acquisition of CA (CA), sending the stock down $2.18, or 1%, to $207.80. One persistent worry for GPUs has been the ebbs and flows of the cryptocurrency market, but "gamer demand also appears relatively muted,” writes Peterson.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) launched its first-generation 14-nm Ryzen CPUs (central processing unit) in Q2 2017, which helped it take some market share from Intel (INTC). Its CPU stock crossed 20% in Q3 2017 as its Ryzen Threadripper helped it gain share in the high-end CPU market. However, Intel launched its eighth-generation Coffee Lake processor in Q4 2017 and regained some of the market share it lost to AMD.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is using Infinity Fabric to leverage its Zen cores across low, mid, and high-end PC and server CPUs (central processing units). An example of this is Ryzen Threadripper, which came as a surprise to the Ryzen product suite. Threadripper’s architecture is similar to that of EPYC server CPU with some inactive cores and lesser memory.
Other analysts are bullish on AMD over its increasing competitiveness with its stronger rival Intel (INTC). Intel and AMD operate in a duopoly market where one’s loss is other’s gain. The two stocks are moving in opposite directions as AMD is gaining market share from Intel in the server and PC CPU market.
Moore’s Law, in which every node shrink improves performance and efficiency, is slowing, and the growing demand for efficiency and performance has called for the need to go beyond Moore’s Law. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel (INTC) are doing so using heterogeneous computing. AMD uses Infinity Fabric technology that interconnects its CPUs (central processing units), GPUs (graphics processing units), I/O (input/output) path, and memory.
Some Wall Street analysts are bearish on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) due to the end of the cryptocurrency boom. However, some analysts have become bullish on AMD because of its developments in the server space.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is moving fast on its product and process technology ramp. It has started volume production of its Zen Plus PC processors on Global Foundries’ 12-nm (nanometer) node and is set to start volume production on 7-nm nodes in 2019. At the JPMorgan Global Technology, Media, and Communications Conference, AMD’s chief executive officer, Lisa Su, stated that unlike the 14-nm node, which started with PCs and then server processors, the seven-nm node would start with server processors and then move to PCs.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 12, 2018-- AMD today announced key promotions that extend senior-level focus on company growth. AMD named“ Zen” chief architect Mike Clark an AMD corporate fellow; promoted Darren ...
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has proved itself to be a phoenix that rose from near bankruptcy to become a worthy competitor of Intel (INTC) and NVIDIA (NVDA) in less than five years. At Cowen Technology’s Media & Telecom Conference, AMD’s chief technology officer, Mark Papermaster, talked about the company’s technology strategy to enter the high-performance computing market. A major breakthrough for AMD was the transition to the FinFET (fin-shaped field effect transistor) technology that helped it significantly reduce the process technology gap with its key rival Intel.
Less than two weeks out from earnings, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) sits in an interesting spot. AMD stock sits not far from its highest levels in a decade. Rather, investors simply seem more optimistic toward the company, particularly newer lines like Ryzen and EPYC.
Of the 29 analysts monitoring AMD, 11 and 13 have “buy” and “hold” recommendations on the stock, respectively, while five, including Morgan Stanley and Bernstein, have “sell” recommendations. According to a MarketWatch article, Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore retained an “underperform” rating on AMD but raised the stock’s price target from $8 to $11, representing a downside of 29% from its current trading price. Moore acknowledged AMD’s opportunity in the server CPU space but stated that revenue gains in this market would not be able to offset cryptocurrency losses in the intermediate term.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock rallied significantly in June, reaching its 12-year high of $17.3. The stock’s rally comes as investors become increasingly confident in the company’s earnings potential. The stock is currently trading above $15, which is higher than its median price target of $13.5. This has raised the question of whether the stock’s recent rally has changed its fundamental valuation.
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