Advanced Micro Devices Inc
EverythingMoney is the most ridiculously bearish youtube channel ever. they think SPY should be at 1800, and every upward movement is explained away with "listen to me guys, THIS is the market being irrational, we. are. not. even. CLOSE. TO. THE. BOTTOM". Other themes: "Crypto WILL go to ZERO, its OVER" "Im not even TOUCHING AMD until it hits 18/share" "I know I said you can't time the market, but im CONVINCED we are going LOWER"
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As a novice, where do you guys find your strategy or multiple strategies? To keep from getting overwhelmed by all of them. Been learning a lot of information very quickly. Been Wheeling AMD for the past month or so so I realize how it can cap your gains. Been thinking of trying out PMCC if the market will improve based on todays news on rates.
Most likely, he can say a lot better than that. Haven't followed his trust lately, but a year ago he sold off tons of cryp2 at all time highs, sold off loads of AMD at $160, sold off all the high multiple stuff that has crashed over the last year. And get this, he rolled that into basically energy and oil stocks. So that trust should have done very well. It held a fair amount of AAPL which would be sort of flat. He held the NVDA too long, but still he sold a bunch much higher than current. He lost on PYPL. But for the most part, his call to cash out of tech at peak and move to energy seems like the trust should have done rather well.
had been holding AMD $67 P 12/2 for 3 weeks, jumped down to $1, bought before earnings, didnt think they would go up on bad earnings. Waiting for it go down. have SPY $386 P 12/9 down to $46, bought around same time.... still have tiny hope for this one, maybe ​ so far -$5500
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I entered some AMD strangles for GDP data just before close. Hopefully the opening price is strong enough to book small profits then I will enter QQQ strangles about 15 minutes before JPow speaks. For all interested, I was listening to Barrons podcast and they had Bullard on. He couldn’t give exact answers but when asked about rate hikes he said “the market is underpricing the aggressiveness that the fed needs to take to get inflation under control” when asked if that meant another 75bp hike he said “I’ve always been an advocate of policy that has an impact sooner rather than later”. Take that for what you will just thought is put it out there.
Same guy that helped take ENPH to the moon just recently came over to ENVX and recruited a former AMD guy as well. Really excited for this company. Going to be a few years go see then gain their stride but hopefully it takes off like ENPH did. I’m betting on it 🤷♂️
actually intel dividend payouts have been extremely consistent. it's been oversold quite a bit and never really pumped from the post covid boom - https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/intc/dividend-history You're essentially guaranteed a 5%+ return on whatever you park in there today and greater as dividends have consistently increased. I also think INTC's longterm outlook is really great bc of federal investments and interest in domestically produced chips + INTC is expanding their product lines and essentially caught up/exceeding performance to AMD in consumer product chip lines.
Let me explain to you in children's terms. A moat is a high entry barrier that protects a company from rapid competition. It doesn't make a company profitable or give a company high market caps. Those things are often correlated but not causative. AMD has ALWAYS had a moat as do all the companies with semiconductor design and fabrication.
Disney at least *attempts* to be civil about it. And they don’t hold a grudge. You get involved in a lawsuit with Apple and they will spend a billion dollars putting you in the ground, just out of spite. They also hold lifelong grudges, even if it’s a detriment to their bottom line. For example in the 1990s they had Nvidia GPUs in some of their laptops, and when some of the cards were defective Nvidia refused to replace them, which pissed off Apple. Fast forward two decades, and Apple is trying to sell those $10,000+ professional Mac desktops, and is marketing them to movie and art studios who need the best possible GPUs to render their work. At the time, Nvidia was basically required, as AMDs professional render cards were terrible that year. The Nvidia GPUs were entire orders of magnitude more powerful, and held nearly 100% marketshare within movie and art studios. Apple was trying to sell these super expensive machines to these customers, and they only offered them with *AMD cards*. Apple literally kneecapped their most expensive product and made it non-viable… *just to spite Nvidia*
Ok fan bois....looking to build my first PC ever....cause why the duck not? Should I be pumping $AMD or $INTC into it? How about this AMD thread ripper chip for a PC I wanna build in order shit post on WSB, trade stocks, and watch instant regret videos?
An option on a stock is "substantially similar" to the stock, so it would be a wash sale regardless of assignment. But wash sales aren't a big deal. If you took a 500 dollar loss on AMD this year and make 50 bucks on an option in the wash window, you just disallow the 500 dollar loss in 2022 and adjust your profit on the option to a 450 dollar loss in 2023. It's two lines on your tax return. Making monkey on the market is hard enough without shenanigans to avoid the wash sale rule. It doesn't lose you money, it just shifts your losses in time.
I’ve seen the discussion of “moat” brought up so many times on here & Twitter. Why does it matter if a company has a moat? I’ve used the example of AMD in the the past for this. AMD had no moat a decade ago. They were behind both Intel, AMD and arguably some others. Their returns over the last decade have still been absolutely outstanding. Not every company is AMD, I get that, but my point is not every company needs a moat in order to be investible. Most growth names will never have a moat, yet can still yield great returns. There are just way more important factors to success imo. Moat is a fun conversation but should never be used as a real metric to invest in a company (especially since you can’t even place a real value to such a thing). Just my two cents. I don’t know much about $TWLO, but I do think there’s other things to look at with this company aside from their moat. When it comes to potential high growth companies I like to w always: revenue growth rate, cost of revenue, margin improvements, increase in FCF, exp. horizon to profitability, etc.
AMD cut the prices on their new top of line cpu from $700 to $575 for Black Friday. My current set up was top of the line in 2018. I got my cpu and mobo on sale for $250 for both. Now I know there are more than just a few variables, but the numbers are still insane these days. Spent $190 on thanksgiving and all I did was bring desserts and tamales and rolls.
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Intel will inevitably steal some of TSM's market share in the foundry business because of the CHIPS act. The US government is incentivizing AMD and NVDA to use INTC to the tune of millions and potentially billions of subsidies in order to have less reliance on foreign supply chains and to bring American chipmaking back to the forefront. Whether INTC pulls that off - who knows. And this market share steal won't be materialized until 2026 or so, so there's definitely still time for TSM to run
“Moats” are really only important to people on social media. Companies without a moat can be totally investible. What moat did AMD have 10 years ago? None, yet their returns in that time period are absolutely outstanding. That being said, if you’re a safer investor, moats can matter beyond “people on social media”. If you just want to invest in Apple, Microsoft, etc, that’s not a bad strategy, but to look for it in a company that IPO’d in the last 5 years is pointless IMO
This is interesting. I'm looking at AMD 30 dec 60 strike. If i sell 60P, i will get about $60 (spread is 0.6-0.62) If i buy the stock now at $75 and sell 60C, i will get about $1600 (spread is 15.95-16.10) Assuming it did not drop below 60, my shares will get called away ($7500-$6000) and in total i earn $100 disregarding fees ($1600-$1500) Is this the correct way of looking at this?
INTC - 7.4% @ $46.75 per share CWK - 13.8% @ $19.01 per share TSN - 17% @ $79.18 per share AMD - 29.9% @ $126.77 per share BRK-B - 31.9% @ $330.98 per share Down 29% from March 2021. Thinking of just selling all and dumping into an index fund since I’m still pretty young. What do you guys think?
The amount of media effort going into the polishing the Black Friday turd this year is impressive. Not only are sales down adjusted for inflation, but discounts were deeper this year. Right now, we're watching companies practically beg consumers to spend. Lots of bundles on electronics. AMD marked down its top-of-the-line consumer CPU $150 and it has only been out two months. Car companies are rediscovering cash back and financing offers. Also, large markdowns on used luxury vehicles. The public simply has a decreased sink for absorbing all the purchasing. Deflation needs to happen, but companies are fighting for their current price points. Hard to see how that doesn't continue as stimmy, retail stock, and crypto money keeps blinking out of existence.
I am doing this with AMD but it dont look too good hahaha! Own 173 shares of AMD Sold Nov. 18th 65 call but it was ITM so I rolled it to Dec. 16th 65 call and actually netted +300 dollars just cause of the vicious move the semis have made recently. I might be making a bad move, but sometimes you make mistakes and you learn. I thought that growth stocks will come back down again cause the fed probably has another 1.5% increase left in them. I am a little nervous because it looks like inflation is easing a bit and the second the fed lets off the gas, shit is going to rip in my opinion. Also, if we get a strong holiday spending season, I would not be surprised if the semis dont re-test their lows.
for now i'm trying out selling GME puts and calls to generate some small income with not too much collateral. My main investment is dogecoin I think thats going to be how I can become a millionaire when it goes pa￼st $1 in a few years. as far as trading I've just been buying TSLA when it dips and selling when it goes up for quick scalps. I'll probably start picking up some AMD if it dips again