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AMD cannot compete with Intel but ATI can with Nvidia. AMD's processors are just horrible unless you are on a budget.
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Markets took a massive beating today....
Yeah I noticed.

Just not even going to look at my account until things get better.

You don't lose any money unless you sell.
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AMD cannot compete with Intel but ATI can with Nvidia. AMD's processors are just horrible unless you are on a budget.
If you toss out overclocking, they are very competitive. We're a very small niche of the overall marketplace.
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AMD cannot compete with Intel but ATI can with Nvidia. AMD's processors are just horrible unless you are on a budget.
They might not be as good as Intels but that doesn't mean they are horrible. They compete well in the server market and they are getting into OEM computers. They don't have the performance edge but that doesn't mean they don't sell. Most people won't really notice the difference. Everyone I know doesn't care whether their computer has a P4, Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, AMD turion or AMD X2 sticker on their computer. As long as they can play a flash game and can access the internet they are fine.
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If Nvidia's stock keeps dropping im going to buy some... that is if that happens... Go ATI!!
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post #16 of 22
I wouldn't want to hold nvidia stock especially if they don't resolve the nehalem-sli thing with intel.
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Anyone look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average lately? Not doing so hot. Within the last month, it has experienced a 10% drop, and tech stocks suffer the most whenever the Dow suffers. I've been investing for 2 years now, and all I do are tech stocks.

These are the changes in all of the stocks in my portfolio within the last trading day.

AMD AMD 6.13 -0.30 (-4.67%) 3.72B
INTC INTC 21.59 -1.06 (-4.68%) 123.67B
NTDOY NTDOY 70.71 0.00 (0.00%) 80.14B
NVDA NVDA 19.07 -1.03 (-5.12%) 10.58B
MSFT MSFT 27.75 -0.60 (-2.12%) 258.44B
AAPL AAPL 168.26 -9.13 (-5.15%) 148.34B
GOOG GOOG 528.82 -22.18 (-4.03%) 166.10B
YHOO YHOO 21.37 -0.64 (-2.91%) 29.40B
CLWR CLWR 12.87 -0.08 (-0.62%) 2.11B
HPQ HPQ 44.67 -0.93 (-2.04%) 110.16B
IBM IBM 121.13 -3.45 (-2.77%) 166.37B
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I have been watching all of these stocks for some time. Nvidia has not seen the worst days yet. I would either short sell or wait to buy. The analyst usually take 7-10 days after a big release week like we have had over the past 2 weeks to make their predictions and write an article on the opinion.

If you dig deep enough, you will see that the majority of the big US investment firms have Nvidia as a buy or strong buy still. They are still riding the G80 wave as far as investors go. Their market share is still dominant over ATI and their stock price still reflects that.

Analysts, even tech stock analysts, have very little connection to the basic technology that is driving the numbers. They are doing all of their predictions off historical data and news that they read. The only problem is, if you read their articles on The Street or Barrons.com, they write like all they read are Nvidia/Intel press releases or The Inquirer for their news.

They are just as quick to say a stock is a strong buy without having good facts. They are also just as quick to pull the rug out from under innocent investors when they make a wrong prediction.

All that to say this...read the news here at OCN (Lin etc.) and make educated stock trades. At this point in time, Nvidia is not the way to go. They are still in a battle with Intel on the motherboard/SLI compatibility front as well as having a SUPER expensive card that has horrible yields on the manufacturing end.

Then, you have their competitor (ATI) who has a cheaper, more efficient manufacturing process, and amazingly fast memory. This goes without talking about how they lost out on the bid for Blizzard Entertainment, which I might add has a new expansion to the World of Warcraft (biggest Online following in the world) and the new installment of what was probably one of the most popular games of the last century: Starcraft 2. ATI/AMD is poised to gain significant market share in the near term.

Speculators are dumb...read and make your own decisions.
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post #19 of 22
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All that to say this...read the news here at OCN (Lin etc.) and make educated stock trades. At this point in time, Nvidia is not the way to go. They are still in a battle with Intel on the motherboard/SLI compatibility front as well as having a SUPER expensive card that has horrible yields on the manufacturing end.
Yeah, I was pretty disappointed with their new card release. And Intel's/AMD's Havoc alliance makes me very nervous. However, I'm at least going to wait for the Dow to come back before I move anything. I also see a ton of people jumping on the CUDA band wagon, which is definitely a good thing for Nvidia--especially since Apple is wanting to integrate CUDA into its future computers. And if Apple is on board, Nvidia is bank.
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What has AMD's stocks done recently? I'm sure it isn't terribly much better.
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