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Old 04-23-2016, 08:11 AM
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There is a device on the market that will soon be in most every home in the US. Just imagine the playstation or xbox before most anyone heard of them. There are actually two companies that I want to mention and the first is AMD. AMD is soon to return to the top of the processor want list along with some other things like new revolutionary graphics cards that use basically less than 1/2 the power of previous versions from AMD or Nvidia. AMD is partnering with samsung and China, yes, China to provide computer chips for their processing needs. So AMD is going to be a money maker. But the real deal for you guys who have money to invest is a company you've probably never heard before. HTC. HTC has invented and patented a true VR headset that is the real deal. It will be sought after like the latest Air Jordan release at the Footlocker in downtown Detroit. Not feeling well but I figured I'd take a moment to let some of you that are what I consider longtime internet buds make some bucks. Not going to argue and this will be my only post. Youtube is your friend, just type in HTC vibe and set setting to number of views and your off. This is the evolution of computer gaming and soon it will become common place in the workplace as well. The future is closing on us like a six foot breaker, ride the wave and have fun, if you can. But the HTC vibe is just in it's infancy and the reviews are raving so welcome to the real virtual world. I don't know or care what either of the companies have done in the past, but I can tell you that they are going to make a shit ton of money in the not so distant future. Have your heard that Intel laid off 12,000 employees, yep, a day after it was announced that the Chinese government has basically opened the packed full of US dollars wallet to AMD. If there are grammer errors in my post that you don't like just go ahead and stick your head up your arse.
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htc symbol please?
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htc symbol please?
HTC's international stock symbol is: 2498.TW or TPE:2498

The company trades on Taiwan's Taipei stock exchange.

On the Taiwan stock exchange it's symbol is HTC and its code is 2498.
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
HTC's international stock symbol is: 2498.TW or TPE:2498

The company trades on Taiwan's Taipei stock exchange.

On the Taiwan stock exchange it's symbol is HTC and its code is 2498.
Thanks Joe,
Never surfed in Taiwan.
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http://www.twse.com.tw/en/listed/listing_profile.php

This correct?
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Originally Posted by gofastsandman View Post
Thanks Joe,
Never surfed in Taiwan.
Having trouble navigating.

http://www.twse.com.tw/en/listed/listing_profile.php

This correct?
Yeah type in the code and the stock will come up as a PDF file. I only have a few stocks that are not US or ADRs. At Schwab they first make you convert $ into whatever currency is used at that exchange and then you can buy shares which is a pain.

I think other brokers like Interactive make it a lot easier.
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
Yeah type in the code and the stock will come up as a PDF file. I only have a few stocks that are not US or ADRs. At Schwab they first make you convert $ into whatever currency is used at that exchange and then you can buy shares which is a pain.

I think other brokers like Interactive make it a lot easier.
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Works for me. Try another browser. Probably some security setting.
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Worked for me too.

Now, who wants to loan me some money? I'll give you a 10% return.
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Oh, and Bug. Hope you are doing OK buddy.
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You guys that have children over 8............ it's gonna be an expensive christmas. But you'll make plenty to cover the rig.



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Anyone enjoying AMD. You're welcome. I haven't been watching but both HTC and AMD should be cooking. The big AMD money will come 4th qtr, and 1st qtr 2017. Hope you guys did well. I argued AMD a long time ago and got shot down. I believe it was a buck back then, like last year.
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Well Done. I wish I listen. I need a speculative dog. My portfolio is boring.
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hot stock from a boating website, yeaahhh.
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Originally Posted by Bugbuster View Post
Anyone enjoying AMD. You're welcome. I haven't been watching but both HTC and AMD should be cooking. The big AMD money will come 4th qtr, and 1st qtr 2017. Hope you guys did well. I argued AMD a long time ago and got shot down. I believe it was a buck back then, like last year.
Have a good block of AMD that I bought maybe four years ago. Went up slowly, then has been in the toilet past year or so. I kept it and am happy I did. Nice to see it come back like it has.

Bought some Chase at the same time for like $34 a share and it hovers at nearly double that today.

No expert by any means here. Just picked a couple that seemed to be undervalued at the time.
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I've kicked myself for not listening to you in the past, so I threw some money at AMD. Not regretting it so far. Thanks Bug!
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So it's not too late to throw several thousand towards AMD @ $4.66 ?
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I, too, am interested in AMD. Still time?
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