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Analyst downgrades AMD shares, saying its soaring stock now 'reflects irrational expectations' Northland Capital Markets lowers its rating to market perform from outperform for AMD shares, predicting Intel will eventually improve its chip offering. “We think the [AMD] shares price reflects irrational expectations," the firm's analyst Gus Richard says. cnbc.com
Revisionist history. This is a moderated forum. And that.means the job of the.moderator is to make sure that the forum operates smoothly. The decline in posters did not start until you turned it into a forum dedicated to attacking anyone who wasn't anti-AMD.
Led by yourself.
Anyway, any thoughts on Intel blowing their process lead? Being relegated to a second tier manufacturer? And one with poor yields on their second rate process?
Your perspective is tainted by your hatred of Intel. Past moderators would have banned you if you had expressed such criticism of AMD. This moderator believes in free and open discussion so posters can express their views without fear of repercussions. In the past I was quite critical of AMD's extremely unethical tactics and was quite willing to challenge those who claimed otherwise. Through it all, Intel was never found guilty by any Court of Law anywhere in the world.
Now if you want to have a serious discussion, try asking a serious question.
A) I don't hate Intel. B) No one ever got.banned for disliking AMD. People got banned for attacking other posters. A lot of Intel snowflakes used to try to.justify their bad behavior by claiming it was their beliefs that got them banned, but it was their behavior.
I asked several serious questions. It is objectively obvious that Intel has slipped behind in process. And won't regain parity, much less the lead, any time soon.