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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Last Price Recorded: $11.3700 on 2017-11-22

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Advanced Micro Devices


Signal Opinion Expert

2017-10-31

HOLD
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

A play on chips, Apple devices and hopefully they get into more autonomous vehicles. In the last 3 days, it has dropped about 25%-30%. Morgan Stanley reduced their rating on the company, but Morningstar increased their rating. He thinks you are okay continuing to Hold and see what the next couple of quarters brings.

electrical/electronic
Robert Lauzon

Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Middlefield Capital Corporation

Price: $10.985
Owned: Yes

2017-10-10

COMMENT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

It is tough to not like on what they have done in one year. Semis have been phenomenal, and this company has been right in there. It has consolidated more in the last little while. He got a little more cautious on tech a number of months ago, when it started to break down on the relative. However, semis have really come on and the numbers are looking okay. He would have a hard time arguing against this one. However, the valuation is tough, which is what would trip him up. He would prefer an ETF that replicates the stocks, and give you a basket approach.

electrical/electronic
Cameron Hurst

Chief Investment Officer, Equium Capital Management

Price: $13.700
Owned: Unknown

2017-06-12

BUY on WEAKNESS
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

He would want to buy pullbacks to the $10 area.  We made a good test in May.  A pullback to that level would indicate a buying opportunity. 

electrical/electronic
Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Chief Investment Officer, Partner, ETF Capital Management Inc.

Price: $12.090
Owned: Unknown

2017-06-09

DON'T BUY
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

This was one of his major Shorts at the start of the year and he is not doing well on it. Thinks it has come too far, too fast. It’s a competitive world out there with their components. Historically this has been a volatile stock. He would be cautious on this and not take a new position.

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David Dietze

Founder, Pres. & Chief Investment Strategist, Point View Wealth Management

Price: $12.280
Owned: Yes

2017-05-19

COMMENT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Probably the poor cousin of Nvidia (NVDA-Q) right now. While they have a chip coming that is comparable, there is a difference between having great ideas and running the business, whereas Nvidia has been able to do both. This company has had difficulty in running their business. They haven’t been growing their cash flow and it hasn’t been generating positive cash flows, so they have been sinking a lot of money into CapX and R&D. Looking at their past, they still haven’t proven that they are able to get all their ducks in a row, so they can keep moving forward.

electrical/electronic
David Driscoll

President & CEO, Liberty International Investment Management Inc

Price: $11.410
Owned: Unknown

2017-05-05

WAIT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

All tech stocks have run up substantially, and are starting to run out of steam. They’ve run up because of optimism about China as well as the opportunity to repatriate capital off the back of Trump’s regime. You might want to wait and see what happens. Typically, semiconductor stocks are about 3 years in length, and we are about 5 years in this one.

electrical/electronic
Darren Sissons

Vice President and Partner, Campbell Lee & Ross

Price: $10.190
Owned: Unknown

2017-05-04

TOP PICK
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

This has fallen about 25% since it reported earnings. They had a couple of new lines of chips with a couple of new ones and lots of hype on. They’ve been tested and are not any better than Intel chips, some saying not quite as good. The company took a big hit on that, and is probably at a point where you are going to see some support. This is purely an option play. The option premiums have expanded dramatically because the stock sold off. A very good Covered Write in his opinion. If the stock does not get called away, you can do it again 6 months from now.

electrical/electronic
Richard Croft

President, R.N. Croft Financial Group Inc.

Price: $10.100
Owned: Yes

2017-04-17

DON'T BUY
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

One of two with graphics processing.  AMD-Q has been focusing on the wrong things however.  The new president is trying to turn things around.  He cannot buy it for clients, although there are lots of opportunities for growth.

electrical/electronic
Barry Schwartz

CIO & Portfolio Manager, Baskin Wealth Management

Price: $12.790
Owned: Unknown

2017-01-12

COMMENT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Chip Maker.  You need to look at it as the inputs to secular growth trends like virtual reality, drones, and many others.  You need to be careful of international trade policy revisions.  You may prefer Intel as safer and get a half position in that as well.

electrical/electronic
Mohsin Bashir

VP Investments, Stone Asset Management

Price: $10.760
Owned: Unknown

2017-01-10

COMMENT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

In the hardware group in technology, Cisco (CSCO-Q) is one of the key names he is taking a close look at. AMD and a number of the semiconductors have had a monstrous run and valuations just aren’t there for an entry point.

electrical/electronic
Bruce Tatters

Founding Partner and CIO, Triumph Asset Management

Price: $11.440
Owned: No

2016-05-30

DON'T BUY
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q) or Intel (INTC-Q)? Neither of these would be his pick for a US stock. Intel is probably the better of the 2. This one is a little more challenged because it is such a small player in that market. Cisco (CSCO-Q) looks better. It is a CapX company, and there has been a CapX starvation globally. It is positioned at about 12.5X earnings and the earnings growth over the next 2-3 years looks to be about 13%-15%.

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Bruce Tatters

Founding Partner and CIO, Triumph Asset Management

Price: $4.600
Owned: Unknown

2013-09-11

SELL
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

On most semiconductor companies, you have to be careful and wait to see how the stock plays. This one is effectively a company that is an “also-ran” relative to Intel. Intel (INTC-Q) has announced a new small chip program to the mobile and the much smaller device market so he thinks Intel is a better company. This market is struggling a little bit.

electrical/electronic
Darren Sissons

Vice President and Partner, Campbell Lee & Ross

Price: $3.820
Owned: Unknown

2013-07-09

COMMENT
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Advanced Micro (AMD-N) versus Intel (INTC-Q)? Intel is obviously the gorilla in this space with their 10%-15% marginal share. If she had to choose between the 2, she would pick Intel because they have much more 80+ share. They will participate more if we see the PC market start to improve.

electrical/electronic
Christine Poole

CEO & Managing Director, GlobeInvest Capital Management

Price: $4.050
Owned: No

2013-06-04

HOLD
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

Not as well-positioned as some of the growth market of tablets, smart phones, etc. Doesn’t expect great things from this stock over the next year or 2.

electrical/electronic
John Zechner

Chairman, J. Zechner & Assoc

Price: $4.010
Owned: Unknown

2013-05-03

BUY
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q)

It could be a sympathy move with Intel.  Fantastic breakout.  A breakout through a base is the most bullish thing you could see.  You could get a test of the breakout and then on to new highs.

electrical/electronic
Keith Richards

Portfolio Manager, ValueTrend Wealth Management

Price: $3.600
Owned: Unknown

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