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    Refreshed Rudy
    $AMD conversation
    $AMD market Cap $153.8 B + $XLNX market cap $44.3B = $198.1B is greater than $INTC market cap of $195.64B. Times have changed out with the old guard in with the New
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    $0.70 EPS would be good. Whatever will be less than Q4 EPS. AMD profits grow 100% per year. Customers prefer AMD products over $INTC or $NVDA products.

    Pat Gelsinger says he can catch up to AMD in 2024. AMD takes a longer lead every year. Pat has a big mouth but he has no idea how far ahead AMD will be in 2024. Intel fell behind because Gelsinger as VP R&D pursued an Itanium monopoly instead of improving the product. Gelsinger is personally responsible for the Intel dumpster fire.
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    rzb
    $AMD conversation
    If you had bought AMD shares a while back you could sell them today and buy twice as many $INTC, BUT YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO.
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    Someone on the $INTC board bragged itnel is the tenth most profitable company in the world... AMD has a great future.
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    Refreshed Rudy
    $AMD conversation
    as an AMD Long i remember the days when I dreaded $INTC ER so i can understand what it must feel like for $INTC shareholders now on $INTC ER
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    $INTC should lay off the R&D staff. They accomplished nothing over the past ten years.
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    pavaye
    $AMD conversation
    Well these two tells the WHOLE story..

    "FY 2021 Non-GAAP Outlook Revenue $73.5B 1% YoY"

    &

    "Q3 shone an even greater spotlight on the global demand for semiconductors, where Intel has the unique breadth and scale to lead" – Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEO

    'unique breadth and scale' with demand through roof, and you grow 1% YoY tells the whole story about your ability to "lead".

    My head spins when here Pat's spin..

    "Q3 shone an even greater spotlight on the global demand for semiconductors, where Intel has the unique breadth and scale to lead. Our focus on execution continued as we started delivering on our IDM 2.0 commitments. We broke ground on new fabs, shared our accelerated path to regain process performance leadership, and unveiled our most dramatic architectural innovations in a decade. We also announced major customer wins across every part of our business. We are still in the early stages of our journey, but I see the enormous opportunity ahead, and I couldn’t be prouder of the progress we are making towards that opportunity.
    – Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEO
    "

    $intc $amd $xlnx
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    Kenneth
    $AMD conversation
    Based on the numbers $INTC reported last night, Q3 Datacenter Group sales in 2020 were about $3.35B in Cloud sales and $1.8B in Enterprise sales. Q3 of 2021 became $2.7B in Cloud sales and $3.05B in Enterprise.

    For comparison, in Q3 of last year AMD had between $475M and $525M in datacenter sales by my calculations. If they picked up most of what Intel lost, that would put them at $1.1B in datacenter for Q3 of this year, without factoring in Enterprise sales which surely increased as well. That's growth of about 120% YoY and 25% sequentially for datacenter alone--probably higher assuming the overall market also grew during the quarter. Looks good to me!
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    Dee Z. Nutts
    $AMD conversation
    Raymond James analyst on CNBC right now saying AMD is a place $INTC investors can go to capitalize on chip shortage as AMD using TSMC and it not having same problems it seems. Their business is EXPLODING.
    Also mentioned TSMC, NVDA and one other but FOCUSED on AMD.
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    $INTC stockholders are overly sensitive that the future value of their company is zero.
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    TOM = Low Life Shill
    $AMD conversation
    LOL BoA just downgraded sinking ship $INTC to $45 (again...) while calling buy AMD in the same note.....LLOOOLOLLLLOOOOLLOL!!!!
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    Refreshed Rudy
    $AMD conversation
    $INTC is looking for Q4 eps of $0.90 versus $1.50 of prior year.... trouble there CFO leaving
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    Refreshed Rudy
    $INTC conversation
    $INTC shareholders should ask Pat to STOP talking...
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    Dirk
    $AG conversation
    *INTEL CEO: SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE TO CONTINUE UNTIL 2023
    $INTC
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    Ibangedursister2
    $AMD conversation
    Pat Gelsinger on conference call:
    AMD is taking market share from $intc faster then we thought.
    Enough said....
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    How come an i9 with 8/16 cores 48GB of RAM and a 1TB M2 SSD gets stuck waiting for simple things to happen when most of the cores are idle?

    $INTC = itnel inside.
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    TOM = Low Life Shill
    $AMD conversation
    LOL sinking ship $INTC deep RED again LOL!!!
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    TOM = Low Life Shill
    $AMD conversation
    More pain to come for sinking ship $INTC after tomorrow AMD ER..LOL!!!
    The only way for Intel investor is to buy AMD!!!
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    Ibangedursister2
    $AMD conversation
    It will be interesting to see how this stock responds to $intc er tomorrow. Last time it dipped slightly then exploded once THEY reported. One good thing about the Xlinx merger is it will help them decouple from Intel finally.
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    ozymandias
    $AMD conversation
    AMD has $INTC dead nuts in the cross hairs. AMD can take all $77 billion of itnel's revenue with higher quality lower cost products. Pat Gelsinger says itnel inside is a lost cause. The best he can offer is a future manufacturing low margin auto parts. Yet not one auto company can trust intel with intellectual property because of intel's track record stealing the business of customers. Intel has signed not one customer to fab. All intel fabs are obsolete and uncompetitive. The tools should be sold at a yard sale. That's the good news. The bad news is Pat Gelsinger plans to stay on the course he has plotted straight to bankruptcy.