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75.40 +0.24    +0.32%
27/01 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
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Type:  Equity
Market:  United States
  • Volume: 57,886,904
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 73.49 - 76.74
AMD 75.40 +0.24 +0.32%

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Is Intel Stock on the Verge of Breaking Out? By Sam Quirke  - Jan 19, 2023 3

President Biden has been promoting US chip stocks. Intel shares have been setting higher lows. The stock appears to be on the verge of a technical breakout. Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) ended the year with a...

Sam Quirke
NVIDIA vs. AMD: Which Is better for 2023? By Sam Quirke  - Dec 15, 2022

After a brutal year in the semiconductor space, things are starting to look up as we round the corner into 2023. Two of the better-known names to emerge as leaders in recent years, NVIDIA...

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chuljin lee
chuljin lee 8 hours ago
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AMD lost Q3 Q4 market shares...Server market share increased because of Intel RS delay. Sell AMD before you lose money
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First of all, server market did not JUST increased because of spr delay, but also because AMD simply has pretty good products as well. Secondly, if you compare sales at MF, you can see, that most of the demand contractions was on Intel. Estimating over all numbers the difference is somewhere around 1:3, when AMD lost one unit in sales intel lost 3. Very rough numbers: Overall sales contracted around 30-35%. most of it was intel bizz. Like I said Intel had built up huge stock inventory, so they were practically only trying to sell build up inventory. AMD build up stock inventory as well, but not as criticial as Intel, and they are not dependet on keeping their fabs under full load, causing either cost or sell pressure. Long story short, AMDs ccg sales will be probably at the very lower end, maybe even 5-10% miss but GMs very likely did not suffer as tough as Intels, because they had except to competition no supply pressure due to build up stock inventory or keeping fabs under full load. This is a critical difference in understanding whats going on. BUT, and here comes the but, sales went down for ccg. Period. The margins did however not suffer as strong as Intels ones during this process. It will not be even of interest how much they sold literally last quarter, because every one knows the macro is tough, but it will be important rather what the guidance will be and if they built up inventory as well and how much. And if they cant just scale up epycs instead of ryzens. Data centers is very very likely barely (if at all) affected by demand contraction (unlike Pat is trying to sell you, frign liar). It will be likely that AMDs dc/server business surpassed in Q4 (or at last Q1) the 50% share of AMDs business for the first time in a long time. CCG will loose with every following quarter importance and impact on the overall business.
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A Z Jan 27, 2023 3:07PM ET
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the useless intel company is lagging the monster AMD
Mr Cmid
Mr Cmid Jan 27, 2023 11:38AM ET
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Tan Steven
Tan Steven Jan 27, 2023 11:02AM ET
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Hahaha, rising continue !
John Lu
John Lu Jan 27, 2023 10:33AM ET
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On the way to 81-90
taja maja
taja maja Jan 27, 2023 4:52AM ET
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Is it good to buy?
bruh bruh
bruh Jan 27, 2023 4:52AM ET
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Yes
Tan Steven
Tan Steven Jan 27, 2023 4:24AM ET
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Later drop then rebound back becos of strong resistance.Remember to buy when it is lower
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محمد الحاج حسين Jan 26, 2023 6:00PM ET
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intel is lagging technology, they are away behind AMD and NVDA
Sam Ch
Sam Ch Jan 26, 2023 5:57PM ET
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Shouldn't Intel's data center losses mean wins for AMD?
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bruh Jan 26, 2023 5:57PM ET
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Yes
Roy Nisani
Roy Nisani Jan 26, 2023 5:57PM ET
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no , market in severe downturn, it's not market share loss
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LL MM Jan 26, 2023 5:57PM ET
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If you believe Pat you have already lost anyhow. This will be even worse when AMD shows that DC is not really declining after all. This will be just another humiliation for Intel lying straight into investor faces. because its easier blaming demand then rather seeing your own inferior products and yields as a problem. He is taking the easy path, which is besides just a disguised lie.
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jf kay Jan 26, 2023 5:57PM ET
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.. . .
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bruh Jan 26, 2023 5:35PM ET
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Amd earnings wont be pretty but i bet they wont be as horrible as intels
 
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