Advanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD)

74.85
-1.98(-2.58%)
  • Volume:
    12,109,877
  • Bid/Ask:
    74.85/74.86
  • Day's Range:
    74.74 - 76.11

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  • Tech in correction. Banks and Drugmakers rising.
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    • Wow...P/E is close to 30 now...Buy now!!!
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      • your off your stool
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    • Great fundamentals, but won't help when the market is negative towards AMD. Must be a reason...
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      • xilinx is the reason, you benefit if you buuy xilinx stock because you will get 1.72 amd stock for it so people short amd to benefit from this
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      • without xilinx amd would be over 100 already easily.
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    • 80 tomorrow
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      • April PCshipments were down 13% month-over-month, which was "well below expectations,"according to Citi analyst Christopher Danely
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        • i dont believe that citi is always wrong. pc demand is only growing , people want to work from home and for firms it saves money, all gpus, cpus are stili n shortage makes no sense
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      • this stock is bargain once acquisition is completed this will fly
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        • I love these fearmonger paperhand in this comment. Let them dump their bag at the low
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        • I like the stock
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      • Sell while you still can. 50’s coming soon!
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        • This is sad, garbage like you is everywhere...
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        • i hope 50s come i go all in on this whata bargain at 74$ imagine 50s
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      • In October of last year AMD announced it was acquiring XLNX in an all-stock fixed ratio deal. That is, 1.72 shares of AMD for every 1 share of XLNX. This action immediately kicks off hedge fund arbitrageurs to do their thing. For the smooth brainers, Arbitrage is the trading of the same asset on different mediums to profit from the difference (I had to look it up too). an all-stock fixed ratio merger, the hedge fund playbook is to short sell the acquiring stock, AMD, and buy the stock being acquired, XLNX. For example, they will short 1M AMD stock and buy 580k XLNX stock. They will then hold these positions until the acquisition closes, where the 580k XLNX turns into 1M AMD and then they cover their short position, pocketing the 10% price difference. So long as the deal goes through, the profits are locked in and guaranteed with this strategy, no matter how the market moves.
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        • exactly amd is down lot more now vs xilinz
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      • headed to 60
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        • Not looking too good I must say. If we break 74 there is not much support until the old ressistance at 60
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          • if this goesto 60 ill sell my house and buy amd from it.
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          • True, but it's just non sense given that quite likely the chip shortage won't have significand impact on revenues/earnings... not even to mention the great recent earnings report
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          • And even better estimates for Q2. Intel is going out of the pictur for a while
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        • Why the sell off?
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          • Tech Sell off has begun....all stock that was put into for Covid is being taken out of the list
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        • tank city this stock is putrid
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          • Send them cheap GPU's.
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            • spce
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              • I believe it's these Jim Crammer boomer hedge funds that started the saga about "market rotation to value stocks". Who on his mind will sell AMD, Apple, Microsoft, etc to buy Exxon or Ford. Absurd
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                • especially if u look at P/e... coca cola, cat, etc all with p/e higher than amd... and qcom.... below 20. crazy
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                • eventually it will end and market will start going up and fundamentals start matter growth will again outperform people wont pay +20p/e for BAC insane... baba is 25p/e fb 25, apl 29, every tech stock amazon is strong buy
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              • Above 62 makes no sense.
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                • right this stock should be 150$
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                • Yeah George. Explain yourself
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                • Agree with you fundamentals doesn't support the share price actually.
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              • rigged market, value rotation is big joke
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                • Definitely rigged.
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              • 75 in the cards
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                • Tech is in correction, banks and drugmakers are rising.
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                  • Don't sell till it hits a new ATH. Remember, we sell when I say.
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                    • You are the boss, thanks!
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                    • Ok sir
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                    • waiting for 5 and more years for new ath it's too long, man)
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                  • Rare day when I buy I stock and it goes up. but this was oversold so I'm hoping for 80 soon.
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                    • u bought exactly right time
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                    • well done !
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                    • now get ready to sell at 85 this consolidation might last until xilinx merge is completed
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                  • Back to 80s soon
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                    • Ayyyyyyy
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                      • Leo Mu sounds like he is having a second degree buyer remorse, take you a s S elese where
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                        • Banks are doing great, record high again.
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                          • they dont rise forever
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