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Old 06-06-2018, 11:25 AM
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AMD...$15.56 Boys & Girls.....
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Old 06-06-2018, 12:09 PM
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I just pulled off some profit around 15.60. Cost basis when I reloaded was around 10.00. I didn’t have as much as I once did but a nice little profit. Still have some left and will see where it goes. Woulda, shoulda, coulda......wish I still had the initial 10,000 I had in it for awhile. I just couldn’t take the volitility.
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Old 06-06-2018, 01:43 PM
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I am happy and hope the friends and family I told about this have held their shares. As I have stated here before, I am not a trader, buy and hold.
The worst mistake I ever made was selling Microsoft after making a $2000 profit in a couple months. That stock would now be worth about $4 million dollars. My cost was $4000.

A lesson I have not forgotten.
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Old 06-11-2018, 10:15 AM
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Nomura Instinet is less bullish on further stock gains for Intel after talking to the chipmaker's CEO, Brian Krzanich.
The firm noted how the Intel executive did not limit the level of potential market shares losses to its competitor AMD.
"We came away from a meeting with CEO Brian Krzanich last week believing that the burden is on [positive earnings] revisions to drive continued outperformance; we are less confident about further multiple expansion," analyst Romit Shah said in a note to clients Monday. "Mr. Krzanich was very matter-of-fact in saying that Intel would lose server share to AMD in the second half of the year. This wasn't new news, but we thought it was interesting that Mr. Krzanich did not draw a firm line in the sand as it relates to AMD's potential gains in servers; he only indicated that it was Intel's job to not let AMD capture 15-20% market share."

Intel shares declined 1 percent in early trading Monday after the report.
Shah reiterated his buy rating and $60 price target for Intel shares, representing 9 percent upside to Friday's close.
AMD management has said the chipmaker will reach mid-single-digit server chip market share by year-end compared with its less than 1 percent share last year. A gain of significant share in the server market for AMD would not be unprecedented. The company hit 25 percent share in 2006.
The analyst said Intel's problems in moving to its next-generation chip manufacturing technology may be a factor in its potential market share losses.
The chipmaker revealed on its April 26 earnings conference call that it delayed volume production under its 10-nanometer chip manufacturing process to next year. Conversely, AMD said on its call that it plans to start next-generation 7-nanometer chip production in late 2018.
One nanometer equals one-billionth of a meter. Smaller nanometer chip-making technologies allow companies to create faster, more power-efficient chips.
"We see Mr. Krzanich's posture here reflecting the company's inability thus far to sufficiently yield 10nm for volume production while AMD's partner TSMC is currently making good progress on 7nm; thus, setting Intel up for stiff competition again in 2019," the analyst said.
Intel did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The company's shares are up 19 percent this year through Friday versus the S&P 500's 4 percent return. AMD's stock is up nearly 50 percent in the same time period.
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Awesome news.

Currently. $15.75

IMO, will break 16.80 by weeks end!
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Old 06-11-2018, 09:55 PM
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I sold about 60% of my position today. It felt right to take some profit. I may get back in if it dips, if not I'll still be happy. If only I used more than play money...
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Old 06-12-2018, 05:52 AM
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Old 06-12-2018, 03:49 PM
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ABMD up yet another 12.64 today.
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Awesome news.

Currently. $15.75

IMO, will break 16.80 by weeks end!


Currently $16.36

According to 'Yahoo new's "Shorter's may soon see the light"! Then this puppy will really take off!
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"Seeking Alpha".................Report....AMD: My New 12-Month Forward Price Target is Now $30 A Share!
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Here is a dumb question but I know very little about this stuff. I have had IRA, 401K accounts and never worried about taxes on gains. How does a regular investment account work tax wise? If my AMD stock is worth a lot more than I paid for it at the end of the year do I get taxed on that gain if I just leave it alone, don't sell it? The only other stock I have is Peoples Bank which pays a dividend, I get a statement for that every year and pay tax on the dividends.
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Here is a dumb question but I know very little about this stuff. I have had IRA, 401K accounts and never worried about taxes on gains. How does a regular investment account work tax wise? If my AMD stock is worth a lot more than I paid for it at the end of the year do I get taxed on that gain if I just leave it alone, don't sell it? The only other stock I have is Peoples Bank which pays a dividend, I get a statement for that every year and pay tax on the dividends.

If it's just a straight investment, you get taxed on dividends, they'll count as regular income. I was told if you buy and sell the same stock at owning less than a year, there are additional tax liabilities. Selling it if owned at least one year, you'll be subject to capital gains tax on the gains only.

if I'm wrong I bet someone will be more than willing to teach us better.
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Here is a dumb question but I know very little about this stuff. I have had IRA, 401K accounts and never worried about taxes on gains. How does a regular investment account work tax wise? If my AMD stock is worth a lot more than I paid for it at the end of the year do I get taxed on that gain if I just leave it alone, don't sell it? The only other stock I have is Peoples Bank which pays a dividend, I get a statement for that every year and pay tax on the dividends.
If you don't sell it and it does not pay a dividend there is no impact on your taxes. If you got a dividend then you pay the same taxes on that money as your regular job in the tax year you received the dividend. If you hold it for more than a year you pay 15 or 20% of the gain depending on your income. If you hold it for less than a year the taxes on the gain are treated as regular income just like your paycheck.
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
If you don't sell it and it does not pay a dividend there is no impact on your taxes. If you got a dividend then you pay the same taxes on that money as your regular job in the tax year you received the dividend. If you hold it for more than a year you pay 15 or 20% of the gain depending on your income. If you hold it for less than a year the taxes on the gain are treated as regular income just like your paycheck.
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I am indifferent with all of this positive light being shed on AMDs expansion into the server market. IMO, if anticipation gets built up too high, the stock will only go down with a miss. I'd rather be the underdog for another few quarters! Shorts are definitely getting squeezed. I may have to exit this options position in anticipation of a pullback.
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Old 06-13-2018, 01:00 PM
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I am indifferent with all of this positive light being shed on AMDs expansion into the server market. IMO, if anticipation gets built up too high, the stock will only go down with a miss. I'd rather be the underdog for another few quarters! Shorts are definitely getting squeezed. I may have to exit this options position in anticipation of a pullback.
You are the best to decide what to do with your $$. My case for AMD is that they are according to experts in this technology, producing the best products at a lower price than the competition.
That translates to profit. AMD is less than 10% of the market at this time and is making the best products. That to me translates to a very bright future for the company and the stock.
Their growing pains may actually be because they can't supply the demand.
Read back on this thread to the beginning and forward, it is how I became aware of AMD.

Stocks go up and down. I believe this one has a lot to argue for up.
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How high is HEAR going to go? I bought some back in April I think when someone mentioned it here. Got in around $5 I think, forgot about it and checked today it’s over $22. Wish I had bought more!
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Slightly offtopic, but got my parts in today for a media center build I'm going to do with my 9-year-old. Probably bang it out when he gets home from school. it will stay hooked up to the living room TV.

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ABMD up 7.58 today!
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