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153.640 -0.760    -0.49%
04:51:00 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Austria
ISIN:  US0079031078 
  • Volume: 28
  • Bid/Ask: 153.540 / 154.140
  • Day's Range: 153.360 - 153.640
AMD 153.640 -0.760 -0.49%

NASDAQ:AMD Financials

 
A brief overview of the NASDAQ:AMD financials. This summary provides an overview of the most significant critical numbers from each of its financial reports, including the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement. Additionally, it features several financial ratios that provide insight into the company's financial health. Users can select to view data from four periods of either annual or quarterly information, allowing them to track financial performance of AMD over time.

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. reported earnings results for the full year ended December 30, 2023. For the full year, the company reported sales was USD 22,680 million compared to USD 23,601 million a year ago. Net income was USD 854 million compared to USD 1,320 million a year ago. Basic earnings per share from continuing operations was USD 0.53 compared to USD 0.85 a year ago. Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations was USD 0.53 compared to USD 0.84 a year ago.

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TTM = Trailing Twelve Months
MRQ = Most Recent Quarter

AMD Income Statement

Gross margin TTM 50.27%
Operating margin TTM 1.77%
Net Profit margin TTM 3.77%
Return on Investment TTM 0.61%
 Total Revenue  Net Income
Period Ending: Dec 30, 2023 Sep 30, 2023 Jul 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023
Total Revenue 6168 5800 5359 5353
Gross Profit 3102 2963 2655 2664
Operating Income 342 224 -20 -145
Net Income 667 299 27 -139

AMD Balance Sheet

Quick Ratio MRQ 1.67
Current Ratio MRQ 2.51
LT Debt to Equity MRQ 3.07%
Total Debt to Equity MRQ 5.56%
 Total Assets  Total Liabilities
Period Ending: Dec 30, 2023 Sep 30, 2023 Jul 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023
Total Assets 67885 67626 67967 67634
Total Liabilities 11993 12656 12831 12940
Total Equity 55892 54970 55136 54694

AMD Cash Flow Statement

Cash Flow/Share TTM 1.03
Revenue/Share TTM 14.04
Operating Cash Flow  5.70%
 Cash  Net Change in Cash
Period Ending: Dec 30, 2023 Sep 30, 2023 Jul 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023
Period Length: 0 Months 0 Months 0 Months 0 Months
Cash From Operating Activities 381 421 379 486
Cash From Investing Activities 150 102 -438 -1237
Cash From Financing Activities -159 -803 75 -259
Net Change in Cash 372 -280 16 -1010
* In Millions of USD (except for per share items)
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Let Lisa Su complain to US goverment act !!!
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AMD propect is not good now compare last time becos of US government !!! Dont buy, let it break strong support 164 !!!
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Nash Masood 2 hours ago
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Waiting for thr 180 retest like sam said
John Lu
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Always remember the US government is the main source of destroying a chipset company !!!
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The drop of AMD becos of sanction of china. This is how good US government detroy the chipset company !!!
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AMD is going back to $130 level very soon...... Mark my words.
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https://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/china-reportedly-orders-state-owned-mobile-carriers-to-replace-foreign-chips-133001488.html
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Away from AMD, intel and other US chipset comapny right now…
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Now is the best time to buy china chipset company ! US chipset company will no longer grow up now !
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Sam Ch Apr 14, 2024 6:16AM ET
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Insight, or whoever's been on the investor (long term hold side), how do you guys cope with losses? Honest question. Do you just not worry about it? But with 100k, if going from 200 to 160, a 20k loss, or 40k loss if going to 140. Do you just don't care because your average price is even lower? I haven't been an investor since 2020 so just wondering what are the mindsets.
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I had AMD in my depot since it was around 2-3 USD (I bought 4000 shares back then, I sold some here and there on the way and rebought some too, but since the xilinx offer went through, this was the now first time that I bought more shares again). First of all, in general, as long you dont sell its also no loss. Selling my amd positions would give me a great tax penality. My remaining cost price is still wayy below the current price. And as long I dont think anything fundamentally changed for AMD, I will stay long and in the meantime I simply dont care. Its invested money, its not money I need for a living or whatever. Its just very important that nothing fundamentally changed, that is the very important part here. Because if not, I would have sold AMD entirely. I also used to be a day trader a long time ago - those times are gone. Life is too precious for that crap imo. Sure you could technically maximize profits that way, but here I am look at AMDs performance in that time. Tbh how much time would you have to invest to get a performance of 6400%. The only time I still literally do day or weektrades is when there are ERs coming up and I basically know a particular stock is over or under priced. But apart from that I simply dont want to do day trading anymore, thats why I dont care - my TP is not reached yet. However, apart from that of course I regularly re-evaluate my depot and also participate in sector rotations.
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Thanks for sharing. I started out as AMD investor too, with 1000 shares when it was $19. But it was up and down and climbing really slowly. Since my initial position wasn't very big, I wasn't making that much money. In my first month as a day trader I made about 30k, which is a lot more than what I was making as an investor. But during those times it was easy longs all day. It hasn't been easy, especially calling out the shorts. Too scary as I also believe AMD is long term up's. Used to be full time trader for 2 years, but now I only trade about 1 hour in the morning before work. Might consider going back to investor too.
 
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