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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)

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102.31-1.60 (-1.54%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
101.95 -0.36 (-0.35%)
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  • E
    Eric
    AMD growth rate is simply outstanding! One word says it all for AMD, say it with me. "Acceleration" too much greater heights. Lisa Su is innovating like nothing ever seen before from the semi-conductor industry!
    Once Wall Street really recognizes AMD watch out! Nvidia market cap is AMD's next target to surpass. Keep watching innovation take shape from AMD to take main stage! AMD is advancing in every area where chips are required!
  • K
    Kingsley
    The greatest edge an investor could have is a long-term orientation
  • L
    Lazerator
    TSMC has said that hiring has also been underway, and the company has about 500 Arizona employees undergoing training in Taiwan, where TSMC is headquartered. The company expected to have more than 2,000 employees working at the Arizona plant by 2023.
  • M
    Martin
    I can’t wait to keep holding this stock. In a couple more years we will be sitting pretty ,
    Bullish
  • D
    Da
    For the last several years whenever shorts run out of ideas to support their short thesis they bring up Taiwan. Didn't work in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and it won't work this year either.
  • E
    Enigma
    TSMC Fab 21 in Phoenix expected to start production early part of 2024. Initial capacity 20,000 wafers per month (5nm-class) nodes. While INTEL waiting and begging Corporate Welfare Handout from the US Government and still at the planning stage. TSMC are on the Hiring mode this time. AMD inside INTEL outside.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/tsmc-fab-21-arizona
    Bullish
  • C
    Chad
    I wonder how much $$ Intel paid Pelosi to go to Taiwan?
  • S
    Shing-Ming
    There are differences in opinions on AMD‘s current situation?
    It’s important to understand AMD’s real fundamentals and current position to avoid mis-interpreting AMD’s real potential and true value!

    Below is a brief summary from AMD’s Q2 ER & transcript (including Q&A):

    - Data center: +83% yoy, +15% qoq (to $1.5B)
    - Revenue: +70% (Q2 6.6B), led by data center & embedded
    - EPS: +67% yoy (Q2 $1.05)
    - GM (gross margin): 54% (vs 48% yoy)

    - Gaming: +32% yoy (Revenue $1.7B)
    - Embedded: Revenue $1.3B
    - Stock buyback: Bought $920 mil in Q2 ($7.4B remaining)

    Guidance:
    - Q3 Revenue: $6.7 billion (+55% yoy)
    - 2022 Revenue: 26.3B (+60% yoy)
    - non-Gaap GM: 54%

    AMD’s key comments:
    - Data center & Embedded grew well & will continue to grow strongly!
    - Delivered record core markets revenue in all areas including AI, which AMD has started executing new hardware & software to capture AI across cloud, edge and endpoints.
    - GPU: RDNA 3 will deliver more than 50% better performance

    * PC: It’s the only declining one! More softness expected (thought would go down high single digit, but now expects to drop mid-teens)! This was incorporated in the guidance!

    - Despite the current macroeconomic environment, we see continued growth. AMD has “never been stronger and the markets for our products have never been as large or diverse” (especially with the acquisitions of XLNX & Pensando).

    Notes:
    (1) Question from analyst about Data center: Your Data center revenue is about 1/3 of your nearest competitor (Intel), compared to about 1.7% a year ago, any comment for the future?
    Lisa Su: .. All in all, we’ll continue to see significant growth as we go into the 2nd half of 2022 & into 2023.]

    (2) We were supply constrained in Q2. Certainly on embedded side & tight on the server side, we will have additional supply as we get toward the end of the year. That will help us really meet more of the demand from customers. So we feel pretty good about all of those puts and takes.

    My personal view:
    (1) AMD seemed to be the only 1 still showed great results and future growth in this bearish market!
    (2) Market volatility may continue, but with time AMD should be a big winner for patient investors!

    GLTA!
  • S
    Suryoday
    Once breaks through 105, I see 118-120. This is worth way more however even with market sentiments, the least Amd should trade is at 118$
    Bullish
  • p
    phillip
    105.30 ish needs to break out soon or it will start riding the down trend line and will fail. Algos will dump it back to the lower mini trend on the daily at minimum. 98’s. If that area fails you’re looking at a ride to 88’s ish. All depends on when these areas happen on the lines. Break the 105 area and I see 110-116 as the target they will push it to before a decent pull back. We are at the upper channel on the daily that it’s has been trading in since established from February this year. I don’t trade off option flow but I do use it for sentiment and what the heavier vol flow is looking for and right now, option volume into 110’s is decent but countered by the same amount to 95’s. Both sides playing tug as normal. By the way….short side into 95 makes zero chart sense right now. I’ve seen them both get run over. Again….I use option flow as a gauge and never base a trade off it. For me, I’ll be heavy handing 105’s for a short with an elevated risk of .50 per share. Or the break down of 98’s on the daily mini trend. In the mean time if it decides to consolidate I’ll be trading the intra day moves. Also, heavy option vol for NVDA 200+. AMD will follow IF that’s the bullish take over. Algos are flipping between the daily hourly and 2 min chart lately and triggering into certain EMA’s. 25ema 50 and 200 on the 1-5mins. Just an FYI. Good luck everyone on your trades this week.
  • b
    bruce
    A good day for us! 20 more of these this year will make Christmas Super Superb!

    Keep up your vision Dr. Lisa Su...the best eyesight in the chip industry. We believe in you and want you to

    be the winner of all time!!! I've been invested in you since 2015...timing is everything.
    Bullish
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    PatientInvestor
    AMD is a special company, because results are almost GIVEN considering Dr. Su amazing visions and management execution. I know it's frustrating fighting shorts everyday, but we have the privilege to own one of the most important and pioneer company in the upcoming future. Seriously - GLTAL! Keep holding through hard times, because this is going way up.
    Bullish
  • B
    Blam
    more people finally digested AMD's Q2 earnings and realized how good it was.
  • K
    Kris
    The AMD Path to $250; Expect Great Things From AMD.

    Growth! Where will AMD get the growth needed to hit $250? Innovation is the engine. But how is this growth sourced? Here is what Dr Lisa Su sees for AMD’s future as a Blue Chip Stock.

    1. TAM Growth
    2. TAM Scope Expansion
    3. Market Share

    First the existing TAM of AMD is expanding. We are increasingly a digitized world. AMD is in the right space at the right time. And a rising tide will rise all boats. The demand for High Performance Computing (HPC) to edge processing Internet of Things (IoT) is increasing. AMD will grow with the growth of the existing TAM.

    Second there is the simple fact of Market Share gain. Intel is an unfortunate source of AMD market share growth. It looks like Intel will be at AMD’s mercy for the next few years. Similarly AMD will take market share away from Nvidia as AMD continues to innovate in GPU and software. Compared to AMD, Nvidia is now a 1 trick pony with lower EPS!!

    Last but not least is TAM Scope Expansion. This growth is fueled from three main sources Acquisition/Merger, Organic/R&D and Partnerships/Joint Ventures. We are witnessing AMD hit on all three sources for TAM scope expansion. It is the heart of innovation, developing new products, new processes and servicing new customers.

    These 3 are all great, but which growth source is most important? Just like First Corinthians 13:13 where it says, “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. For AMD the greatest of these three is “TAM Scope Expansion”! This is where AMD will continue to surprise us.

    Spoiler Alert! This is the beginning of the AMD System Design House!! This will be the biggest surprise in TAM Scope Expansion. This is the next phase you will now see unfold.

    After 2 acquisitions for TAM Scope Expansion AMD will now enter into consolidation as AMD digests the enabling new products and new capabilities. Software has taken a huge boost at AMD. Research and Development annual investment now exceeds $5B annually. And Partnerships will be increasingly announced like the ECARX collaboration. https://ir.amd.com/news-events/press-releases/detail/1085/amd-and-ecarx-to-collaborate-on-immersive-digital-cockpit

    Expect great things with the AMD System Design House. AMD will no longer be just a chip pure play. Products are coming based upon AMD’s most excellent System on a Chip (SOC) design for fabrication capabilities. In this sense AMD will become more like a company like Apple with products at continuingly higher levels of integration.

    This is the path to $250 and it’s happening right now with AMD, Xilinx, Pensando and partnerships with other market leader experts formed to bring specific System products into AMD’s TAM Scope Expansion.
  • M
    Martin
    I agree . 116 next
  • R
    Renee
    116-117 this week
  • K
    Kenny
    AMD's Data Center Revenue Soars 83%
  • W
    WreckDiver
    It's going to be one of those Fridays when you go into the weekend having no idea what Monday will bring.
  • S
    Stefan
    All in all, a really good week. Maybe sone panic selling after the ER by people who did not understand the strength of the company.
    But in the end the strong position of AMD - especially compared to other semis - convinced most of the buyers.
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