Adv Micro Devices (AMD)
$30.05 0.24 (0.79%)
19:59 EDT AMD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $30.05
Market Cap 29.13B
PE Ratio 187.81
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 83.56M
Day's Range 29.65 - 30.47
52-Week Range 16.03 - 35.55
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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AMD stock is exposed to plenty of secular long-term growth trends. But its lofty valuation coupled with numerous near-term risks suggest there will be better entry points for buyers in the future.
With AMD stock down 10% since Q2 earnings were reported at the end of July, is now the time to make an investment?
AMD stock has had a lot of momentum and trading potential. But if it doesn't break out soon, poor fundamentals will send shares in reverse.
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Microsoft's rally paused in recent weeks, but the breather is likely to end. Once earnings are reported Microsoft stock should get a boost.
With AMD stock having enjoyed several robust years and with most of the positive narrative forecasted for 2020, there doesn’t seem to be much point in buying shares now. But those who still want to trade AMD can via an options-based strategy.
By David Moadel
All things considered, it's better to avoid AMD stock for the time being. Wait for a lower price and a brighter chip market outlook.
Competition from Intel and a pricing war will hurt AMD stock. Weak economic growth will also likely weigh on AMD stock price.
AMD has a slew of refreshed products coming, from Ryzen 3 to a new Threadripper and EPYC chips. A bigger market share will mean more revenue.
AMD stock may look like a buy at first glance, but other factors below the surface mean you should not buy AMD at its current price.
Nvidia stock may be approaching a ceiling, with the big growth factors for graphics cards in 2020 favoring rival AMD over NVDA.
A quick look at insider buying and selling of Advanced Micro Devices stock shows that there have been no insider buys on the open market over the past three and 12 months.
For years, Advanced Micro Devices stock has moved higher on the turnaround narrative. That narrative doesn’t exist anymore, which means that AMD is now a 50/50 bet.
AMD stock is at a steep discount to recent highs. But, the better way to invest in the future is to use the market and momentum to your advantage.
No one disputes that Advanced Micro Devices stock has enjoyed one of the most remarkable comebacks in business and investment history. But the question now is about repeating this performance, which is unlikely given some of the fundamental question marks that have sprouted recently.
Nvidia stock is stuck in a narrow range, held back by trade wars. Yet the future is bright as AI, IoT, and autonomous solutoins grow.
AMD stock has a lot more potential than analysts give it credit for. Three factors will drive Advanced Micro Devices stock higher.
AMD stock is still the chip champ. So I stay long through these headlines. And buy it on dips for the long-term.
The 2010 decade may be known as the time when AMD stock completed a remarkable turnaround. However, with a new decade upon us, and rising economic concerns, now is not the time to get cute with AMD.
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