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After their fall from what Intel did to them through illegal business practices, you can clearly see in that graph that AMD just was never able to recover. Really sucks watching the company that as a rookie to the industry really rocked Intel and due to a cheap shot they are loosing ground hand over fist.
I'm sure that Intel's practices had an effect, but AMD's major issues lie elsewhere — with marketing and management.
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1.81 now. Lowest they have ever been in their entire history...

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Stock prices are not a good indication of how well a company is doing. It is simply another way we humans have invented to move money. Even if a company does well, there is no guarantee that stocks will rise. Remember that in order for prices to rise, there needs to be sufficient demand to warrant such. And since not everyone who is able to purchase AMD stock holds at least a bachelors degree in economics we can not assume it will have a direct relationship.

Remember the facebook IPO? News stations went on streets asking people what they thought, most people reacted positively usually citing its popularity and heavy integration in most peoples lives.

It can be a decent indicator of how well a company is doing, but it is not absolute. Stocks are more like the polls are to politicials, just a quick rough look at where they are currently.

MS stocks have never really been sky high, yet it is still the most widely used operating system today. By all means, MS stocks should be much higher than that. (26 dollars or so)

If you can predict stock prices, you can see into the future.
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amd powwer!!
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What will happen when it reaches 0?
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Everyone's jumping ship, I can't blame them frown.gif I'm sure employees had retirement funds in stock.... and they're just watching it melt away

Investing in the company you work for is stupid... as if the company goes under, you lose your job AND investments. Never put all the eggs on the same basket thumb.gif
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Stock prices are not a good indication of how well a company is doing. It is simply another way we humans have invented to move money. Even if a company does well, there is no guarantee that stocks will rise. Remember that in order for prices to rise, there needs to be sufficient demand to warrant such. And since not everyone who is able to purchase AMD stock holds at least a bachelors degree in economics we can not assume it will have a direct relationship.
Remember the facebook IPO? News stations went on streets asking people what they thought, most people reacted positively usually citing its popularity and heavy integration in most peoples lives.
It can be a decent indicator of how well a company is doing, but it is not absolute. Stocks are more like the polls are to politicials, just a quick rough look at where they are currently.
MS stocks have never really been sky high, yet it is still the most widely used operating system today. By all means, MS stocks should be much higher than that. (26 dollars or so)
If you can predict stock prices, you can see into the future.

Stock prices are a good indication of the PERCEPTION the market has for a given company.
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What will happen when it reaches 0?
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They will survive. End of story.
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once there stock hits rock bottom, someone (Apple for there Mac?) will buy them wholesale, and there stock will skyrocket.
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I called this a year ago. And they have been going down hill ever since there ex-senior management bailed on them.
my prediction last year was sell...this year its buy. we'll see biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Namwons View Post

once there stock hits rock bottom, someone (Apple for there Mac?) will buy them wholesale, and there stock will skyrocket.
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Originally Posted by Namwons View Post

I called this a year ago. And they have been going down hill ever since there ex-senior management bailed on them.
my prediction last year was sell...this year its buy. we'll see biggrin.gif

Just like how Intel was sold when they did bad near the start of this century? Oh wait...
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