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post #41 of 49
I feel like he just did that to screw up the stocks because their stocks was doing good for a bit. That sounds like some fishy business to me.
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Stock news should be relegated to off-topic. I hate seeing these stupid Intel, MS, AMD, nVidia, etc. stock news by the very same corrupt criminals who gave triple A ratings to derivatives and other scams. Instead of applauding them this scum should be put on a rocket to somewhere far, far away, together with the too big to jail banks and their corrupt compatriots in all industries (big pharma, big agra, manufacturing, etc.).
The system is already imploding and when it finally comes crashing down the meltdown will be catastrophic.

But it doesn't matter, they're still recruiting large amount of bright talent to keep the game going.

And don't forget the lobbyists and "donations" to politicians. Too big to fail, too big to stop.
post #43 of 49
I don't understand how they can put them in "underperform" despite the recent big wins for AMD, in all areas... Oh well
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because the ratings are relative...take general macro trend, slow to no growth economic forecast, all negative press around pc sales thanks to MS (win 8 debacle) and the fact this is consumer discretionary, its not hard to see which way the wind is blowing. AMD will be fine if they keep focused on the right things, and better served if they don't pay attention to these short term analyst ratings
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At one point people listened to these companies and advisors because they had a track record of making good decisions and recommending stock that did what they said it would.

Now stocks generally do what these companies predict not because of market forces, but because the companies in question are so trusted.

Basically, The tail wags the dog now.
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True dat!! now the market seems to be driven by hot money from institutional investors and high frequency trading supercomputers, that even ur run of the mill long only mutual managers look like imbeciles. i stopped paying attention to sell side analysts long time ago. i do my own due diligence on a few stocks i would like to trade
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this week and this is the cause of this slid I think.7c1.jpg
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this week and this is the cause of this slid I think.7c1.jpg

i didn't trade this week tongue.gif
i assumed you completed my run off sentence from the post above tongue.gif
if not, then oops ..please continue with ur thoughts biggrin.gif
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I'm sure the people who bought it for $1.80 last winter and sold it for $4.50 a couple weeks ago were very upset...

Riding the wave is never a bad idea, buying low - usually it can work out if you do your DD and the company has a neutral-positive outlook. But trying to pick the exact bottom ends up as catching a falling knife for most. I'd rather get in 10% off the lows when I see a steady upward trend, than think I'm at the bottom when it's just the volatility/dead-cat bounce.

But.. holding a stock when they release the earnings report is just gambling, especially if you're just in it short-term. Good earnings and the stock is up; bad and it's down. If you're holding for a year to get the long-term cap gains rate, then selling covered calls before earnings will hedge your risk.
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