Should I Invest In Amd?

It seems logical that in Q4 2013 and Q1 2014 AMD stock will rise significantly as they are doing the CPU and GPU for both the PS4 and Xbox One. So what do you guys think? I think it would be a good idea as the combined sales of the consoles are gonna be huge and AMD are gonna make Billions from the deal alone and the sales. Oh and how much do you reckon the stock will rise to?

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2 Responses to “Should I Invest In Amd?”

  1. King Solomon says:

    First off , any investor knows that sales do not necessarily control the rise of stock. A classic recent example of this is Toyota . They sell hundreds of thousands of vehicles yet their stock dropped dramatically when the Japanese Yen changed . Enron was rolling along at 200 MPH and $ 90 for smart investors yet a simple accounting scandal caused it to fall to $ 1 . Playing the stock market is no different than betting on a horse race, basketball or football game, and you don’t go on a message board to ask advice as to how you should gamble your hard earned after tax dollars. Remember this , if you go to a garage sale and buy something nice for $ 1 and sell it the very next minute for $ 2 you achieved what millions of stock market players attempt to do on a daily basis , and that’s double your money . Which do consider safer ?

  2. smarg238 says:

    Reading through quarterly reports will provide you will information if they have capital to maintain a steady business. Obviously AMD is big company and has a bright future, your only issue will be the amount of money you have to invest. The first thing you should do is find the current value of the stock by using intrinsic value. That will provide you with what the stock price is valued at using EPS, P/B, P/E. Those numbers are estimates but will provide you with something to go off of. Next you should measure the risk of the stock, BETA is the way to do that. Beta will provide you will how volatile it is compared to the market, anything over 1 is more volatile then the market. Anything under 1 is less volatile then the market. If you are a serious investor and have experience you should know even with these numbers you could still lose money. I just looked at the stock and it is at $ 3.84 a share so if you do not have at least a couple thousands dollars to invest, I suggest you move on.

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