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I gave a couple of guys I know some advice to invest back in mid 2015. They are not too happy now.
They would have trippled their money
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Kicking myself for not buying when it was 2 bucks.

I was just talking to someone that I was going to call teh guy managing my IRA account to put some of my money into AMD *sigh*. Forgot all about it.
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I gave a couple of guys I know some advice to invest back in mid 2015.

Was it before or after the AMD bashing? rolleyes.gif
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I like AMD and all, but I think BearProfits is spot on, the only ones making gains in the following months will be Shorting Bears. I stand by what I said before, it might go up to 5.55$ on Monday as HOD before falling back to 4.8$ levels.

It was 4.32$ just yesterday, it rose up above 5$ instantly EXCLUSIVELY because of Canaccord upgrade, which changes nothing about AMD's current landscape. AMD is still bleeding/burning money and operating at a loss, next financial Q will be painful to see and AMD's deal with China wont really yield fruits here, most investors with shaky hands will instantly abandon ship and collect their profits.

At the moment AMD is overbought and it should correct itself within the next two weeks, Monday will probably be a roller coaster, also many investors have huge expectations for Polaris, the sole mention of 390 performance at release will put off many of them.

And no, I think Mark Hibben is a *Word you can't say here* but he's got a point.

Volumen is exploding, shaky hands, shorts, longs. Sit tight people

PD: Might come down to 3.9$ temporarily in the following months, everyone should use that window.
Edited by Dargonplay - 6/17/16 at 4:41pm
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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

I gave a couple of guys I know some advice to invest back in mid 2015.

Was it before or after the AMD bashing? rolleyes.gif
You must be really successful to ask the right questions to the right people biggrin.gif
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Why do you think the market is going to crash?

Macro Analytics showing some very bearish signs and weakness on weekly charts etc... and when they finally go, the bottom usually literally falls out for a few days which can make some pretty brutal moves. I also see some of the large name companies like GOOGL and AAPL showing signs of cyclic tops. I think you can buy GOOGL in the 500s and AAPL in the 70s not long from now in the not too distant future.
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Short attack incoming wink.gif



Yeah... very close to the levels that I have been watching for massive profit taking and to flip from long to short. Nice to see a one day move so big but like I said I would be trading in tranches and tightening up stops if I was long. When the weekly starts getting overbought and putting in its first sign of negative divergence.... you better have yourself an exit strategy.

Trading in tranches is personally the way I like to play things like this. That way you are always half wrong and half right and won't beat yourself up over it. Perhaps a looser stop on half a position and a tighter stop on 1/4th of the position and a tight stop but not as tight as the other tranche, you use those first two tranches to trade around a core position, etc... but honestly I am stalking a short here at this point... I have two targets slightly higher if this keeps going (both in the 5s and not very far away) but a good time to have an exit strategy if you are still long.
Edited by DunePilot - 6/17/16 at 5:20pm
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I've never seen an old stock climb so fast! It's already 5.26.
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It's just like the gold miners, though some of them actually went bankrupt. They go to unsustainable prices and then they take on unsustainable debt or projects and then they start losing revenue and start having negative earnings growth and then the prices just plummet then they are a good short for months or years until they either go bankrupt or they get their debt under control. Once that revenue and EPS turns around if they were ever able to get their debt under control then they can explode higher in short order, then you combine that with whatever they sell or the commodity they deal in (say gold for gold miners) then if that goes up too... then its a double whammy for earnings growth and forward guidance. When stocks draw down really bad they are forced into trimming the fat and cutting waste... just like one of the first things AMD did when they honestly were potentially going to go bankrupt was to sell their headquarters in Texas... in the case of gold miners, that would be to shutdown the least profitable mines and to only focus on the best mines and getting the best yields from the ground (the grams per tonne).
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This is a bubble and if you didn't buy when it was low, I strongly advise you not to buy any stock. This stock should be trading between ~2.5-3'ish $, I wouldn't touch it at all.
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This is a bubble and if you didn't buy when it was low, I strongly advise you not to buy any stock. This stock should be trading between ~2.5-3'ish $, I wouldn't touch it at all.

I would bet a permanent Ban like Ojo did. AMD stocks wont ever reach below 3.6$ ever again, and when they do reach around 4$-3.9$ it'll be temporarily before bouncing up.
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