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Old 23-04-16, 02:21 PM
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AMD's Stock is now up 52%

AMD's Stock is now up 52%, the largest increase the company has ever seen received since it was first listed in 1979.



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Old 23-04-16, 02:39 PM
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It's good to see AMD doing well for once
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Old 23-04-16, 02:45 PM
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It's good to see AMD doing well for once
I've been thinking for a long time that AMD will have a comeback or at least move to profitability again, should have invested back then....

With Zen coming around the corner and Intel looking the other way ATM now might be a good time to invest in some stocks. Shame that would be a massive conflict of interest for me
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What probably happened at the board meeting following this
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Old 23-04-16, 04:58 PM
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Stock only rose this much because over the next few years they are taking in $1.5billion from SoC designs and IP licensing. While a huge win, the stock is just rising from short term buyer's. It will fall back down. This huge rise just shows that there are a lot of people waiting and hoping AMD can pull it back with Polaris and Zen. It's a good sign for them. On the other hand it tells you of they fail at all, stock will essentially be worthless and they will have to sell some assets..
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Old 24-04-16, 12:41 AM
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Agreed. TBH it would still be quite profitable for those who bought low. Nice bump to sell with.

Its nice that they got this increase, however if they think this gives them the leeway to relax their efforts. Then they've got another thing coming...
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Agreed. TBH it would still be quite profitable for those who bought low. Nice bump to sell with.

Its nice that they got this increase, however if they think this gives them the leeway to relax their efforts. Then they've got another thing coming...
Oh they know it's no time to relax. They are perfectly aware investors are wary. They need there money after all
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What NBD has stated is exactly what will happen.

It is nice to see the rise, but this is just a spike. It will fall again and settle, but regardless of this, the surge is a promising look at AMD.
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