Advanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD)

75.740
0.000(0.00%)
  • Volume:
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  • Bid/Ask:
    0.000/0.000
  • Day's Range:
    74.990 - 78.270
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Austria
  • ISIN:US0079031078

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  • AMD and MediaTek reportedly in talks to form JV This joint venture that will be dedicated to developing SoC chips combining Wi-Fi, 5G and high transmission technologies for notebooks. This wouldn't be mobile graphics like some are reporting!@dylan522p
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    • Buy Buy!! $115 next two weeks
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      • Btw, phase II in china ends for the xilinx acquisition in 2nd week of october. if you wanna place bets in any direction you should not really hesitate for too long further. Phase III is unlikely but possible though, But chances are ~80% phase II will end with an approval.
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        • That was very valuable. Thanks for sharing.
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        • For the next 2 weeks there’s a small chance everyday that you will wake up like normal, open investing.com app and see amd at 130 premarket.
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      • Gonna be +3% day
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        • Certainly hope your prediction is correct, NVDA as well, and APPS on the side... happy investing!
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      • AMD Captures Historic-Best 16% of Server CPU Market According to Omdia Data Center Server Market Tracker. Like i said, one of the reasons why AlderLake, does, not,really,matter. At least when it comes to AMDs financials. They cant keep up with the demand, weaknesses in other segments could be easily buffered with server cpu sales at worse case. Apart from, that they are already highly prioritizing server chips either way. It's a cash machine and it will still stay like for a while, alder lake or no alderlake. simply unrelevant at the moment to AMDs business.
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        • soon 60%amd, intel 30%, nvidia 10%>
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      • sell on news of fed announcement..
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        • $135 end of the year
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          • why?
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          • Simon Raczbcause he has
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        • ZKIN Stock Investigate
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          • Up
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            • Tomorrow rebounce? Your thoughts?
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              • They do well on server side, but that's not visible till their Q3.
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              • And just on a side note, many people said AMD was just lucky benefiting from Intels weakness, while yes this is partially true, it's also just as true that intel benefited vice versa from AMDs weakness in terms of being capacity strained. Else this would have been much more worse for intel 2020 and 2021.
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              • Not more memory. More cache. Huge difference. Data access speed and latency is the be all and end all of CPU design. With on-die low level cache, there is a trade off where you need to balance size (the more the better) and access time/latency (the lower the better), but as you increase size, latency usually increases. What AMD has done is 3D stack more L3 cache on their CPUs, massively increasing its size without a latency penalty. It's a huge, HUGE improvement. Don't discount it as "just adding more memory". That said, yes, they need to put something out. Zen 3 is great, but Intel seems to be ready to finally fight back. I hope AMD have learned their lesson to never underestimate Intel.
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            • I remember the first time seeing it hit 100, jump right out my chair and took a very long and fast walk because I was on adrenaline lol
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              • I think will close above 100
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                • Finally under 100! Garbage stock!
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                  • Ok boomer
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                  • Arif Yozdzhanlearn how to calculate a valuation bud
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                  • Pe , Sales ratio , asset valuation cash flow valuation which one do you want? In all the scenarios amd is a really garbage and overvalued stock.
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                • Great support
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                  • will buy below 100, that is my limit.
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                    • Start buying then? We are at 99
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                    • do not have to it's done through limit order. lol will surely not sit there in front if screen and enter an order
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                  • AMD signals great support near $100I doubt It will go below 100.I see retesting $106 soon.
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                    • buy the weakness , this is weak month
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                      • It is too dramatic
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                        • Evergrande implosion...will hit hard
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                          • everybody will forget it like trade wars
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                        • Quad witching max pain 105. We probably stay around it. Best case, we may see a last hour surge once most call holders are bullied into squaring off. Either way next week likely to retest 110-12, unless macros/fed-taper drag the market.
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                          • Apparently some customers are cutting their wafer orders by a few percent at tsmc. This means technically AMD could get a hold of additional capacities just like with huawai back then and raise its guidance for q2/2022 much more likely.
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                            • +3% day
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                              • 4% loss tomorrow
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                                • AMD: We Stand Ready to Make Arm Chips https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-we-stand-ready-to-make-arm-chips
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                                  • work with Xilinx to make AMD+ Xilinx aFPGA+base on ARM architecture CPU, is it workable?
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                                • 4% gain tomorrow
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