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$87.27

$0.19 (0.22%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

18

-67.27% Today

Volume

$89M

Avg Volume

$95M

Market Cap

$105B

52 Week High

$164.46

52 Week Low

$79.43

Day High

$87.53

Day Low

$83.0801

Previous Close

$82.43

7 Days Mentions

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Reddit Posts

Graphics Card Prices are Finally Coming Down

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AMD stock now at a ‘reasonable valuation’ after near-50% pullback, Morgan Stanley says

Loss porn. Positions Corn above 55k and AMD above 123.

Taiwan Invasion

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FIVE STOCKS YOU LIKE

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Question about buy price of a stock vs what my broker shows as my average price.

Why did TD Ameritrade buy at a higher price than ordered?

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Shooting the moon

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Mining GPUs starting to flood the market. Impact on Nvidia?

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Should I sell a few stocks and rebuy in my Roth IRA?

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Any Ideas How To Cope with the current situation - ?

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Stock Position Initiation Cheat Sheet

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A new vulnerability in Intel and AMD CPUs lets hackers steal encryption keys

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Closing positions for DIS

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GME, TSLA, PPI, CPI, BTC, RDBX, VIX, AMD, AMZN? 📈 ChatterQuant searched over 800k comments and 500m tweets on Reddit and Twitter to bring you the sentiment data for 6/14. Here is what people are talking about today.

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Now that stocks are having a summer sale, what are you buying?

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$AMD Short to 70’s. 🐻

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Bull or bear they both have big nuts

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GME, RDBX!!! QQQ, AMC, AMZN, AMD, NVDA, TSLA, RATE ? 📈 ChatterQuant searched over 800k comments and 500m tweets on Reddit and Twitter to bring you the sentiment data for 6/13. Here is what people are talking about today.

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AMD, DIS, NVDA and AAPL will go lower today!

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Weekly Risk Ranges for TSLA, AAPL, SPY, QQQ, IWM, GOOG, MSFT, AMD, AMZN

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Weekly Risk Ranges for TSLA, AAPL, SPY, QQQ, IWM, GOOG, AMD, MSFT, AMZN

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Weekly Risk Ranges for TSLA, AAPL, SPY, QQQ< IWM, AMD, GOOG, MSFT, and AMZN

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AMD Expects Revenue Growth of 20% In The Next 3 Years. Do you think it's time to buy the dip?

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POET Technologies (Nasdaq: POET). A journey to become a large, multibillion, optoelectonic semiconductor company.

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I’m 19 y/o and I have 5k to invest. Tell me what to do

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Bought 3 shares at a total price of ~400$ but total allocated is 75$. What am I missing?

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Why INTC is the most undervalued company in its sector?

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Putting half my money on ABNB puts -Q3

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Buyer’s Remorse: NIO Gets Cold Feet and Abandons Its Partnership With AMD Just Two Days After the High-profile Announcement

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Stocks for the next 10 years - small/mid cap edition

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CrowdStrike Holdings Poised to Fall, Lululemon Athletica to Rise

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Sell ETFs for Growth Stocks?

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TESLA 740 call, AMD 100 call, NVIDIA 180 call, my 36k loss is erased 🦧

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Buying same stock, different account?

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NVDA vs AMD? Which to purchase?

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[question] If China attacks Taiwan, how will microprocessor (INTEL/AMD/NVIDIA) stocks react?

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Is the market too bearish on Intel $INTC?

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AMD-Powered Frontier Supercomputer Breaks the Exascale Barrier, Now Fastest in the World

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Is a AMD + NVDA a good medium-long play?

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You AMD yoloers have absolutely no idea how long of a bag holder many of us were.

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AMD-Powered Frontier Supercomputer Breaks the Exascale Barrier, Now Fastest in the World

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Heading into Leaps Season...

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What’s going on with Newegg?

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Earnings / Selling Puts Strategy

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Earnings: Selling Puts Strategy

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Star technology stocks generally rose, Tesla rose nearly 20% in three days. Now is a good time to buy Tesla

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As an old fart, I don't understand what's going on with WSB

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Are people crazy or am I just an old fart who doesn't understand?

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How confident would you be holding this portfolio for the next 5+ years?

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Do you think we can go back up???

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If You Invested $100 In GameStop, AMD, Nvidia, Tesla, Apple, Plug Power And Dogecoin 5 Years Ago, Here's How Much You'd Have Now

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A potentially more profitable way to play earnings reports

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Nvidia falls short on guidance, stock down 9% after hours

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Rolling AMD options into SOXL

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Selling AMD CSP on margin while holding 100 shares

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Most of the large technology stocks rose: Apple rose more than 4%, cloud computing service giant Wei Rui rose more than 25%

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If you had 1.4K to spend on stocks and options, how would you spend it ?

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After starting with 2k, made 17,000$ off AMD puts in my first week of trading. Thank you WSB for teaching me what not to do and I look forward to seeing my fellow degenerates when I reach the next tax bracket!

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After starting with 2k, made 17,000$ off AMD puts in my first week of options trading. Thanks for reaching me what not to do fellow WSB degenerates and I look forward to seeing you in the next tax bracket soon!

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Advanced money destroyer. Or is it the Money Destroyer of which I have advanced upon? I am the destroyer of Advanced Destroyers making me the Advanced Money Destroyer who Destroys the Advanced Money Destroyers. Advanced Money Destroyer has been Destroyed by Advanced Destroyer of Money. AMD 2.5k-25k

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Advanced money destroyer. Or is it the Money Destroyer of which I have advanced upon? I am the destroyer of Advanced Destroyers making me the Advanced Money Destroyer who Destroys the Advanced Money Destroyers. Advanced Money Destroyer has been Destroyed by Advanced Destroyer of Money. AMD 2.5k-25k

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Thoughts on holding RCL and UAL

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Cover Call Wash Sale?

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AMD and Qualcomm Collaborate to Optimize FastConnect Connectivity Solutions for AMD Ryzen Processors

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Older Investors of /r/stocks, what were the 'meme' stocks from the past that turned out to be extremely successful? What were the critiques?

Largest U.S. Pension Bought AMC, AMD, and Block Stock. It Sold Netflix.

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What Would Peter Lynch Buy in This Market?

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Time to load up AMC boys!!

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After the Tesla Shanghai factory resumed work, the second batch of electric vehicles was shipped for export. TSLA ushered in a rise?

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Largest U.S. Pension Bought AMC, AMD, and Block Stock. It Sold Netflix.

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AMD is a favorite among hardcore gamers, a business that will keep expanding as a result of its popularity with millennials and particularly Generation Z.

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Options Mistake - Seeking Advice!

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Scalping Watchlist

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Big Tech. Who will win the metaverse?

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Individual Companies Research

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AMD...this week!

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$AMD Advanced Micro Devices (AMD): “Hot off a solid earnings report that beat expectations and reminded investors why its share price won’t stay down.”

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Stocks plummeted but ETFs not?

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I feel like conventional wisdom is wrong, and that it’s better to buy shares of companies you believe in than sector etfs.

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I feel like conventional wisdom is wrong- it’s better to buy stocks of companies you believe in than it is to go with industry indexes.

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Life is more than money and you shouldn't take your life due to it.

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Now will people admit we were in a bubble.

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You need to understand how well AMD has been holding up in a very bad market especially today

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Growing an Account

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About to come into a (relatively) large sum of money...

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Thoughts on the Chip Sector?

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Why aren’t the “value” stocks crashing?

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Chip giant AMD is starting to look like the baby that gets tossed out with the bathwater. The shares are down more than 40% in 2022 despite boasting a thriving underlying business.

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Is AMD a good option choice? Seems like one of the few stocks that isn’t battered down by the insane bull market. I’m thinking call of 100 on exp May 27.

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What I've learned over eight years of investing

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AMD gamma squeeeze possible here. Over $100 it can start to take out $10 increments at a time!

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Should I buy more AMD, or just an S&P index fund (for my Roth IRA)

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In the battle for the chip field, AMD completed the acquisition of Xilinx. Does this mean the formation of the three major companies in the US chip market in the future?

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AMD Announces Three New Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Cards and First Games Adding Support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 :: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)

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It is time to buy isn't it?

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Is the stock market really about to start crashing? The Nasdaq plunged 3.8%. After last Thursday, the market fell sharply again today.

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Lost $3,000 in the Stock & Crypto Market, what are some good indexes & stocks to invest in during this crash?

Mentions

Go team AMD! We gonna crush TSM in the finals!

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I think AMD bottoms out at 75. Has stayed relatively strong near 90-100, but I don't think it gives up much more after 80. ABNB, could definitely see low 80s, 70s. I'm happy to get in either at 80-85

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AMD is significantly safer play with more possible positive outcomes. Note: I'm on an awful losing streak so might want to inverse to be safe

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Lol and then AMD will have outstanding earnings and go down anyway.

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Something 99% of WSB doesn’t understand is RISK. You can’t make money in the stock market without taking on risk. And the potential gains are limited by how much risk you take on. You’re not gonna get rich in a year buying shares of AMD. The more gains you want, the more risk you gotta take on. I’m talkin options, baby

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Should I buy 100 AMD or 100 ABNB at the bottom? I'm not a 50/50 guy

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Umm... That's an interesting narrative, but if U just look at a Weekly stock chart, there is no compelling reason to buy AMD. The stock has dropped back into a long-term support level between $94.28 and $72.50, and AMD is currently trading well below its 50-week moving average, which is a short-term Bearish indication. **How to Use Moving Averages for Buy Sell Signals** The most common trading signals generated with moving averages when trading stocks is from watching the interaction between price and a moving average. A moving average is a simple trend indicator that can be used to easily identify support or resistance levels for a given stock. When the stock price crosses above the moving average, it is seen as a break above the trend, generating a buy signal. When the stock price crosses below the moving average, a sell signal is generated, as the trend is then seen to be down. This is a brake down to the downside.

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After AMD massively beats expectations, the very next day the stock will go up 3%. Also that day NVDA will be up 10%.

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AMD will beat earnings like always, increase their guidance, their stock will go up 8% next week after. Then 3 weeks after it will be down 20%

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If you are long term holder, just buy every dip. AMD is worthed the wait

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They are losing market share to better companies like AMD.

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You are 100% correct! Alot of stocks are looking very cheap and everything(except oil stocks) is at 52 week lows. I'm no fortune teller so...who knows! Maybe it will continue to drop or only go straight up from here. I bought AMD at $80 and thats 50% off from ATH!

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Bought some AMD 85c at open yesterday for .37 and sold at 2.10 30 minutes later. 0dte, 1-2% OTM. If you end up ITM your delta skyrockets to 80+. Excellent strategy in high IV. Not even worth paying absurd premium to hold weeklies/monthlies right now.

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Imagine he could have gone yolo on AMD, GME, NVDA, AMC, SPY... He went for HOOD. It will rip. It must.

Dood I'm here to be ton the stock market not some retard comment. AMD won't be brankupt in 3years obviously but there share holders well a lot of them will be

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100% on AMD.

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Saying you can’t buy and hold AMD because supercomputers will beat him is dumb though.

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22% GOOGL, 21% AAPL, 14% NVIDIA, 10% MSFT, 9% TGT, 5% AMD, 3% AMZN, 2% WBD, 2% AXP, 1.5% NIO, 10.5% VTI Curious to know whether you guys think I should continue to DCA into VTI given I hold a lot of its top holdings individually.

Is AMD going to 110 post earnings?

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I would not recommend investing in commodities producers unless you have good knowledge of underlying commodities and markets in general. But since you ask some individual equities Agri: AMD, BG Fertilizer: NTR, MOS, CF Seeds: CTVA, FMC Miners: RIO, BHP, FCX I've been trading these in the past but not anymore. They are majors and really top of the pile commodity producers. There are hundreds of minors but I see no reason to get involved with those.

#i think in 5 years we could see AMD at $340 and META at $1000 like how amazon and apple became trillion dollar companies

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#suddenly everyone wants a piece of chip leader AMD and marketing ads leader, soon-to-be metaverse king META

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Manufacturing capacity that is domestic will be really powerful in coming decade. Intel will have govt funding to a degree. Can’t argue that AMD and NVIDIA have taken market share but the fabrication itself plus design that intel does in house will be a powerful combo. Not to mention they are starting a GPU line. You get paid to wait with a near 4% yield unheard of in the tech sector.

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They hated him because he told the truth. NATO tried “stickin it to putin”. And now: * Ruble’s up big * Russia’s making MORE money on oil/gas due to elevated prices * Western brands have been replaced by russian knockoffs. Coke —> coolcola. Sprite —> street. Mcdonald’s —> tasty and that’s it When you point this out, you get hit with a tidal wave of [bulverism](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulverism). Right below this comment, some dude just assumed you were from russia! Here’s what would actually work: cyberwar. The US has backdoors into most russian computers: the [intel management engine](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Management_Engine), and the [amd platform security processor](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMD_Platform_Security_Processor). Can completely control the computer. Always running, even if the computer is “turned off”. Oh, and [pretty much all russian processors are made by intel or amd](https://www.statista.com/statistics/1272195/processor-market-share-by-producer-russia/). We could cripple the hell out of the russian military Begs the question…why didn’t the government just do this? Well because intel/amd also dominate OUR markets. The government would have to explain how they have backdoors into OUR machines as well. Not a good look for them. They’d rather stick with these ridiculous sanctions, even though they’ve backfired miserably These sanctions also give politicians a boogeyman to blame for domestic problems. > Reporter: “why is the economy so shitty?” > Powell, biden, granholm, warren, and many others: “putin!”

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DISCLAIMER - i am really long NFLX Something technical happened last month that is so rare that I have only ever seen it happen twice in other stocks over a span of 20 years. This is a MONTHLY chart and the May candle for NFLX closed outside of the range of the Bollinger Bands without touching or retesting the low line. [NFLX](https://imgur.com/zAxRoMp) I have only seen this with AMD back in 2018 [here](https://imgur.com/yfe1Hae) and it retested the monthly 5 SMA the next month. Both times, even though technically the second circle does not fit the thesis model, retested the monthly 5SMA And CHGG in DEC 2021 [here](https://imgur.com/le82IIX) which is retested the BBand low and the month closed ugly but eventually retested the 5SMA two months later.. &#x200B; NFLX lower Bband is sitting at 197 and it has been retested, but the SMA is 275. The next week is very important, it could rocket like a ship up toward the 5SMA ala AMD's chart or if the week closes ugly, calls two months out for around 220 should print if theory holds true. And earnings would be the catalyst that should send price north regardless of what they say.

I saw AMD calls going berserk copied Printed

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The company is in the midst of a turnaround. Its investors have been dealing with disappointment after disappointment since about 2011. The tick-tock development cycle - new architecture every 3 years - turned into tick-tock-optimize, and then they stopped being able to deliver even on that. Their current CPUs are essentially versions of their 2013 architecture that have been overclocked to the point that they have no more headroom. Their push into mobile never panned out. Their lead in server is constantly being eroded. Meanwhile ARM/Apple, AMZN, GOOGL, NVDA, AMD, Qualcomm, TSM, and an assortment of other companies are nibbling share out of every single one of their markets. And their fabs are laughable, many believe that they will not be able to deliver even with the $20 billion of subsidy currently pointed their way by a very accommodating administration. Now. Given all the above, which is historical track record - ever talk to someone who's left Intel recently? All their engineering talent has departed in the last 5 years. They are literally rebooting from zero. And zero matters, because it is among the different numbers that can be used to represent the value of a company.

Pick one (or two) stocks that have good volatility. TSLA is great in that regard, AMD is excellent too, these days AMZN is also having it's swings frequently. Observe the patterns and pay attention to what kind of news effects it how. Then it's all about timing and luck. If you want something less tricky, then take a look at upcoming ER dates for popular companies. 2-3 weeks before the ER, buy calls if the general market sentiment is bullish, and the stock is showing promise of having a run up to ER. Then, sell when it hits your PT. If it doesn't hit your PT, then sell before the ER and move on to next one. The reason I am against holding through ER is because it is a binary event, too many things are in play and even if it all goes in your favour, the IV crush takes away most of the gains.

My Tesla position is twice as large as my AMD position and my AMD position is 3 times lathers than my INTC position.

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I would get rid of INTC and put that money in AMD or TSLA. Once INTC have their factories up and running, they will still be a few generations behind on nm process. You can start considering them again once they close that gap.

I mean, I picked up AMD over six years ago, the chart says I was right.

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Why? It is a company of the days past. Buy AMD or TSLA instead.

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No, I bought slightly OTM yesterday before close. In hindsight, I should've gone for $85c instead of $82c because I was expecting a 2.5%+ move from AMD at those levels.

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I have 101 shares of AMD. I should have played covered calls. But I feel too dumb for that too

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It's easy, you have have to be lucky. [328% profit today on AMD.](https://imgur.com/QGiIOIp)

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AMD is booty 🍑💩

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It is undervalued, but I think people are playing favorites with the chip stocks. AMD has a manufacturing advantage over Intel at least for a couple years until the Ohio plant gets up and running, they are also ahead of Intel in Data-centers by the same amount (1-2 years). NVDA has an advantage in gaming but there is room for growth in processing and servers where AMD has the presence too. Not to mention the AMD share buyback. INTC is leading Cloud growth, but they are still hurt by AAPL moving away from them to make their own chips. I would say as a long-term bet on the new Ohio manufacturing plant going up from the CHIPS Act its a good play. I think when its a sure thing, it will be positively reflected in the price.

Well here you go asshole. Hope you rot in hell! 40 - 175c 07/15 AXP 700 - AMD shares

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“You’re probs my wondering how I got here- well, it’s a long story really…” Leveraged all into QQQ and TQQQ in November. Doubled down on TQQQ in February thinking the worst was over. 60k of AMD monthly calls into the April crash. Leaps on Amazon, Microsoft, Google all died as well. Throw in my last leveraged Microsoft position which I sold last week for a 5k loss which would have been profitable if I held this week

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“You’re probs my wondering how I got here- well, it’s a long story really…” Leveraged all into QQQ and TQQQ in November. Doubled down on TQQQ in February thinking the worst was over. 60k of AMD monthly calls into the April crash. Leaps on Amazon, Microsoft, Google all died as well. Throw in my last leveraged Microsoft position which I sold last week for a 5k loss which would have been profitable if I held this week

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God has blessed us bulls with tendies because roe v wade was overturned. Morality and sanity is being restored to this great nation slowly but surely. Which means more babies will be brought to this world and and contribute to the US and world economies by buying AMD and NVIDIA products. Feeling super fucking bullish! God bless the USA and the rest of the world!

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#AMD will be over $100 next week

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The funniest part is, AMD isnt even top dog in that fight anymore. Intel + amd are almost the same now in my eyes. Intel CPUs from 5 years ago still work WELL while my Ryzen 1700 needed to be upgraded last year while my friends i7 4600k still runs most games on medium. The Ryzen archetecture was a huge step in the right direction, especially on price points. Im just concerned as to how AMD can keep up that momentum. Im also aware AMD is making chips for multiple types of companies now. Not just CPUs but other types. Im interested to see how that goes in helping to alleviate the shortages going on.

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Added to GOOGL, NVDA, MSFT and HD. Restarted an AMD position I will add to in any weakness and started a PEP position. All long. Added to SPY, SCHD and VCSH longs yesterday. Analyst saying 7% up next week as investors/funds rebalance holdings. Ill take that as long as we head up 2-3% weekly from here. Im hoping CPI print for June comes in lower in July and we see Ukraine/Russia war ended. Great catalysts for a massive rally. Still sitting on my 3/17/23 SPY 500s I bought last July. Underwater atm by less than half. I would love to sell these 5-7$ above cost but I think SPY would need to get to 425-430 for that to happen. I can only hope.

My guess is that investors see Intel as a stagnant company for a few years, and there is no room to speculate higher. Like you said, they got money and are highly profitable now. Intel plans to build new foundries and expand existing foundries, and even if it's subsidized, Intel will burn billions on capital expenditures, which will depreciate once the fabs start mass production. Intel has a limited amount of time to make the big profits before they switch to the improved node. More R&D and capex will drive down net profit margin. Also, Intel is stuck in their run of delays. The constant delays of 10nm started the joke of Intel's 14nm+, where they keep adding plus signs. In 2012, Intel believed they would have 10nm ready in 2015, which got delayed year after year. The first official 10nm chip (codenamed Cannon Lake) was one limited run laptop SKU in 2018. Intel's real 10nm launch was laptop-only Tiger Lake in late 2020. The full 10nm laptop/desktop Alder Lake launched in 2021. Now, they delayed Sapphire Rapids, their next gen server CPU, into October 2022 (earlier rumored to launch in Q1 2022). With Pat Gelsinger as CEO, he, an engineer, will lead Intel to catch up on their years of foundry failures, but playing catch up is expensive after years of cost-cutting. At the end of the day, Intel will always be profitable with their existing server contracts and laptop/desktop OEM contracts. AMD is strong, but they will always be supply constrained at TSMC, who builds the vast majority of AMD's products. AMD does not have the capacity to overthrow Intel, which Intel lucked out on.

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#if grandma jenkins taught me anything, it was to buy when everyone else is a bear and buy it well. So i bought META and AMD for a 35% rise next week

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Bought some AMD 100 calls for early august when it was around 80 and feeling damn good about it. Also hey conservatives you’re all fucking retarded

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Intel's P/E of 6 now underlines how badly the market expects future P/E to be. The expectation is bad because years of mismanagement has caused Intel to lose a *massive* technical advantage to their foundry (they've actually booked TSMC, that's the competition, to get some of their fabbing done), and more more importantly, staggering amounts of market share to AMD, a loss that is projected to continue for quite a while. Intel's revenue has been going down, as has their gross margin. Add the market share loss to that, and you can guess why the market fears that earnings will eventually go down, too.

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#META and AMD monday 💚💚💚💚💚

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Not arguing against AMD as an investment, you've pointed out an actual piece of relevant info maybe. Just saying that it's hilarious that all over reddit whenever AMD stock is brought up all the "due diligence" around it is 50% people talking about how the astronomically small irrelevant audience of PC gaming builder enthusiasts being really into their CPUs is a buy signal &#x200B; >They've positioned their PC parts much better than Intel from the enthusiast side. Chipmaking is such a huge industry that this part right here does not matter.

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Bought calls for AAPL for $139 6/24 and then bought calls for AMD $83 x2 6/24.

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#Ban Bet Lost /u/iUsedToUseMyRealName (1/4) made a bet that AMD would go to 90.0 when it was 84.8699 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Of course. That's the main focus of IDM 2.0. All the mega caps, such as apple, Google, AMZN etc are designing their own chips. Intel is going to manufacture them. I'm pretty sure INTC is even going to manufacture chips for NVDA and AMD as well.

While I'm a fan of AMD, they are a moderate grower, projected to grow earnings in the mid teens for the next few years, as opposed to NVDA and TSLA in the twenties. Owning AMD is a marathon rather than a sprint.

#Ban Bet Lost /u/osvg (1/4) made a bet that AMD would go to 69.69 when it was 82.515 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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nice play everything green cept AMD shoulda seen that coming

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has it? still 70% of the overall market for CPUs.... AMD is about back to where it was in 2006

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buy 1000$ of AMD shares or stfu

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hey man, i own googl. short AMD.

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Since it’s “for sure” I’ll bet you 1,000$ right now that AMD is not bankrupt in 3 years from today. Loser pays through venmo and if they loser doesn’t pay they get perma banned if the mods will allow it. You down?

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BASE. I also caught some AMD longs at 80.8.

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I removed AMD from my watchlists😂

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There are some new challenger on the horizon: Apple M2, amazon AWS Graviton… cheaper, faster. A lot of AWS Lambdas run now on Graviton for less bucks, ARM64 is much more better than Intel or AMD.

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And yet produce cores that are faster than AMD...

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Maybe.. its because people like you don't understand that single threaded performance is still the best metric for a CPU, and Intel kills AMD there. https://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html

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inferior line up yet best bang for buck cpu, best gaming cpu.... AMD is gonna be bankrupt in 3 years for sure and have nothing left to sell unlike the last 2-3times

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and they are loosing Marketshare in Mobile and Server business. The amount they did grow was due to the general market growth. As soon as AMD growth is larger than total market growth in dollar Intel is gonna shrink and have depressed margins. On top they need to spend big in the next years in foundry with no guarantee of return on those expenses.

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Held down by AMD bots winning the marketing campaign. same market share as amd had in 2006 so whatever.... best gaming cpu oh it's intel.... best cpu oh it's intel.. power efficiency oh lets only compare at 100% load.... like comparing a ferrari to a rice cooker and claiming the ricer cooker is more efficient so better

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Maybe.. just maybe because their product lineup is inferior to their competitors such as AMD.

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AMD +0.67% by EOD lmao

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Damn, thought AMD would keep going up and bought more calls...

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I made $1000 in an hour on 0dte AMD calls

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AMD be like, it's my turn assholesss

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Feels really bad. I had 10 AMD 6/24 85c's that I held over night as lotto's. Sold shortly after open for 120% feeling good heading into the weekend. Those are now like 15 baggers lmao. FFS

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God damn AMD mooning Apparently it was only being held down by women's rights

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I told y’all about my AMD 83c July 15 calls yesterday

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AMD is a monster

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I was in AMD 7/1 85 calls and I sold right at open like an absolute regard

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Couldn't resist AMD at $81 yesterday. 50 fucking percent off from ATH!!!

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Something tells me that AMD is at the top for the day, selling calls and waiting for a re-entry point.

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350% AMD gainer. I fucking love Friday 0dte

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-20 to + 20 % on AMD calls 😊. Gotta stomach the volatility

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Looks like closing out TSLA and AMD yesterday was not the right move lmao

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No no I get it, for the week NASDAQ is gonna end +5% and AMD is negative its expected they only beat every expectation for the last 4 years!

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AMD gonna bounce today

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