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AMD News Highlights
- AMD's 30 day story count now stands at 34.
- Over the past 27 days, the trend for AMD's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 9.
- INTC, SOFI and SQ are the most mentioned tickers in articles about AMD.
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Below are the latest news stories about Advanced Micro Devices Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate AMD as an investment opportunity.
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After a parabolic jump in July, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) stock had an uneventful rest of the summer, as the stock retraced toward the key psychologic level of U$100. With the stock making a clean lower high, in addition to the broad market pullback, it would not be surprising to see it overshoot toward the key level at US$95. This sets an opportunity for those waiting for the next opportunity to get in or increase their long positions.
The auto industry is cutting back production due to the global semiconductor shortage, but chipmaker stocks are looking especially interesting
Stocks Stay Red All Week
Retail investors have done battle with Wall Street firms over the past year, but they're finding common ground in some of the world's biggest stocks.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has been a lackluster investment over the past three years. Intel generated tepid growth because it suffered chip shortages, postponed chip upgrades, and fell behind TSMC (NYSE: TSM) in the process race to create smaller and more advanced chips. Intel's shares of the PC and data center CPU markets also crumbled as AMD (NASDAQ: AMD), which outsourced its manufacturing to TSMC's superior foundries, gained ground.
CEO Pat Gelsinger is deftly using the spectre of China to secure subsidies that could make INTC stock the most important security in chips.
INTC stock is could be worth around 26.5% more than today, at $67.50, given its FCF projections and a comparison with AMD stock.
SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park partner with Square (SQ) for using the latter's POS, payments, software, and merchant services.
Square (SQ) launches Square Register in Canada to offer cashless payment options to sellers of the country.