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2021.12.09 10:24 captainnoob Payment counts updated, several payments marked as "employment not certified" despite employment being certified for that time period.

I recently re-certified my employment. After a month or so I got a notice that my counts had been updated. I checked, and it looked to me like they came up short of what I was expecting. When I checked they payment history, every one of my loans shows the period of 03/2020 - 03/2021 (13 payments in total) as "Employment Not Certified". There are payments before and after this period that are marked as "qualifying", but for some reason this period was skipped.
My employment with the federal government began 02/2018 has not been interrupted. My certification forms reflect this as my start date.
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2021.12.09 10:24 KonekoBot Fri Dec 10 00:24:12 2021

NVDA and AMD got to turn green tomorrow. Too many red days in a row.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 03:55:30 2021 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Yep. Algo’s run the world from the shadows. I’ve had a few people that build them tell me that don’t even understand them after awhile. They can’t explain why the AI decides to execute the trades it does. It’s seeing something that humans cannot. Like it will short one stock and double down on another for minutes then flip entirely. It’s wild. My question is: where to place my money to capitalize on true future AI tech. Are there any companies that specialize in this field that I should invest in like Boston Dynamics or something? Already into AAPL, NVDA, ASML, AMD, INTC, AMAT, and TSM etc lmao. Just want to make sure I’m not going to miss this wave.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 17:43:54 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
That's odd, AMD is usually only red when I think it's a good time to buy it
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Mon Dec 6 23:05:58 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
AMD $300 next year
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 03:24:13 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Sold some CSP on AMD today
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 03:12:45 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
You saying amd and nvidia is meme lol! They the top leaders in processors and graphic cards. Even in fucking playstations and xbox AMD is used
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Mon Dec 6 22:23:49 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
AMD literally doubled in a couple of month's time. This is healthy.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 06:14:59 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
AMD has been a meme stock since it went public. Nvidia is a safer bet. If you buy stock, both are fine - but I highly recommend against buying options for AMD
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 15:09:43 2021 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I just started investing 5-6 months ago, and have been steadily contributing to reach a current total value of about 20K in the first taxable account, 6K in the Roth IRA. Now I'm going to slow down my contributions, maybe contribute $500-700 per month. Taxable Account Biggest holdings: * VIGAX (20%, Large cap, growth mutual fund) * VFIAX (12%, S&P 500 mutual fund) * VXUS (11%, world, ex-US) * VIPSX (10%, inflation protected bonds fund) * Apple (5%) * MSFT (5%) * NET (3.5%) * VNQ (3.5%, Real estate ETF). * Rest spread about around: PYPL, Mastercard, AMD, Visa, Intel, Disney, RKLB, Waste Management, Ford, Walmart, etc. Or as a pie chart: Roth IRA Biggest Holdings: * VLXVX (16%, Vanguard 2065 Retirement fund) * VFH (13%, Financial ETF) * VTI (12%, US Total Market ETF) * VIS (10%, Industrials ETF) * VXUS (7.5%, World, ex US ETF) * VOX (7%, Communication Services ETF) * VCR (6%, Consumer Discretionary ETF) * VPU (5%, Utilities ETF) ... Or as a pie chart:
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Mon Dec 6 14:14:07 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I can understand why Cathie Woods has already like 10 etfs. Compositing those makes just fun :D Mostly took the top 100 market cap companies in the world but changed the order sometimes after own preference... and added few smaller ones. Gonna track that for a while and wonder if it beats the market. ​ 1. APPLE 10 2. MICROSOFT 7 3. AMAZON 5 4. SONY 4 5. META 4 6. ALPHABET 4 7. NVIDIA 4 8. BERKSHIRE 4 9. TENCENT 3 10. CHRISTIAN DIOR 3 11. TESLA 3 12. COSTCO 3 13. ADOBE 2 14. L'OREAL 2 15. TSMC 2 16. HOME DEPOT 2 17. JP MORGAN 2 18. ASML 2 19. MC DONALDS 2 20. DISNEY 2 21. SAMSUNG 2 22. SHOPIFY 2 23. ALIBABA 2 24. SIEMENS 2 25. LINDE 2 26. ROCHE 2 27. NETFLIX 1 28. WALMART 1 29. AMD 1 30. INTEL 1 31. BLACKROCK 1 32. ELI LILLIY 1 33. INUITIVE <1 34. SOFI <1 35. SEA <1 36. COUPANG <1
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 22:05:42 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Not yet. I might add NVDA and AMD on my monthly purchase list next month.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 13:40:55 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
If you studied stocks you would realize how ridiculous you sound by acting like this one stock could make you a millionaire because of NFTs, lol. ​ For example, do you realize if I invested $1k in Chewy when it was made available, I would only be up $1k now, not "millions." Why aren't all of the investors with decades of experience just buying $1k of GME and quitting their jobs? ​ p.s. Chewy is a sucky stock. You would have made way more money investing in AMD vs Chewy. ​ Everyone on stocks. NFTs related to video games + RC (CEO of boring sucky Chewy stock that pales in comparison to NVDA) are going to make us millions. Let us all cash out all our stocks and simply invest $1k into GME! Their crappy earnings report + a year and not a word from them is proof!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 05:18:09 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Companies that have high R&D spend with high profit margins almost always have high or even negative p/e values. Good examples are NVDA, AMD, NET, ROKU etc. All businesses with profit margins of 60% or more and high R&D spend. Due to their high profit margins they can scale and grow earnings faster than other businesses. A business with 70% profit margins that grows revenues by 10% is growing earnings 350% faster than a business with the same revenue but only a 20% profit margin. Profit margins are basically a multiplier on earnings growth. MSFT is a good example of a maturing company that has been streamlining their SG&A and R&D spend. From 2018-2021 their revenues increased by 52.5% (18% growth/year), but their EBITDA increased by 80.2% and their EPS by a whopping 377%. As a result, despite having a PE of over 45 in 2018, their PE in 2021 is 37 despite the stock going up by 300% over that time span. Imagine seeing a stock triple in price in 3 years and actually becoming cheaper in terms of PE ratio. That's what a maturing growth company does. This is why investors go gaga over companies that grow revenue by 40%+ a year with 60%+ profit margins (which is double what MSFT did over that time span).
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 02:39:22 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
The way I see it, a lot of people are considering the future positives of Nvidia to justify the valuation without considering the future positives of their competitors. Right now, Nvidia is top dog in both hardware and software. However, Intel and AMD are coming for them. MI200 was a big step forward for AMD on the hardware end. They're not even close in terms of software, but neither Intel nor AMD are sleeping around. We're going to see very soon what foundation Intel has built in terms of graphics when Alchemist launches and they start getting more deeply involved on that end. Newer technologies like XeSS are skewing towards open source. Intel and AMD are expanding their AI efforts significantly. People who think that Nvidia's lead is insurmountable should also remember that AMD went from a ~$2 billion company facing bankruptcy to a now $170+ billion company with leading edge CPU/GPU performance. As a long time member of the tech community, I remember the days when people said Intel was so far ahead that no other chip designer or fab could catch them. Now look where we are with TSMC and AMD. This used to be unthinkable. The semiconductor industry right now is more fiercely competitive than ever and Intel is finally awake. Nobody knows who will be on top and no lead is insurmountable. It's effectively going to be an Nvidia, AMD, and Intel free for all in the next few years with everybody using TSMC's nodes.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 16:44:21 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
On the consumer end they and AMD are always sold out. On the business end they’re the companies that Vmetaverse will heavily rely on in the future. Basically their products are not going away any time soon and if anything demand is going up, good for the long haul but will for sure remain shaky in the short term because they’re just popular and in the spotlight.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 14:00:45 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I hold Nvidia because I like it and I use their products. I haven't done research into the stock obviously but I like the outlook of it. Other than AMD, there aren't any company with a proper take on graphics AI. There are a lot of deep fakes and filters going around lately and they are essentially graphics AI. Most of them are software based. But what can you do with dedicated hardware? I really like their attempt at enhancing the textures from low resolution into high resolution using AI. It's like those magic zoom on TV. I think it's going to affect a lot of fields once they develop the field. I could see a lot of potential in streaming and video making with graphical AI. I am just not sure how it will play out. I just bet on the long run.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 13:53:01 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
The largest companies in the world often define the order of the world. It was true in 1989 when Japanese industry dominated the top charts by market cap. This time it's mostly internet properties and the financial engineering around that. So I predicted NVIDIAs growth given their product portfolio and its impact on the frontier of the internet. This is much different than Intel and AMD that improve the current version of the internet. It's the same mental model that I use to predict that Square will be a top company of the world with it's development in alternative internet currency
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 16:53:06 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
NVDA PE is 74 today. Not 95 or 100. The company and products are worthy. AAPL & NVDA are unique. I know most of the ppl know about apple but not NVDA. Ppl won’t realized about NVDA unless they experience on their gpu performance and color gamut as just one example. And TSLA auto pilot also use NVDA chipset for AI. In your example you mentioned many company’s those can replace with another company like AMD vs Intel. MU vs Samsung or AMAT. However for NVDA no real competition. They have pricing power just like apple. This one reason UK regular are fearing to sell ARM to NVDA. Compare AMD gup vs Apple vs Intel vs NVDA and determine why company is 800B. + powerful data centers are run eaither quantum computing or NVDA.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 20:15:17 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I'm right there with you. Bought in NVDA and AMD back in 2017 and they've been carrying my taxable portfolio ever since. I'm all for letting my winners keep winning and don't plan on selling anytime soon.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 01:00:49 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Don't overlook the fact that they have pricing power with the exponential compute capability increase they bring to the market. AMD can challenge them if they focus on software, but it will take time. And Nvidia won't be sleeping at the wheel like intel.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 16:19:21 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I mean, it's not just graphics applications and GPUs are not the same as AMD processors or MU memory or Seagate disks. GPUs are in high demand for ML and AI, and yes for graphics, but it's the first two that of major interest right now IMO. Demand is so high that the major cloud players decline instance increase requests from customers because they don't have enough. Those customers find ways of finding available instances across various regions and grab them quick. AWS has a page listing the various configs available ( the P4 is like $32/hr for ML - what the heck needs 400Gbps uplink?!?! The metaverse is just going to drive this demand insane. The threat of competitors is always there - the second tier providers could start pumping out top notch GPUs, but really, it's NVDAs kingdom to lose.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 01:07:23 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Agreed. This is something I always respected about Nvidia, they never stopped innovating despite being a near monopoly in the GPU space. Now they're carrying that over to AI. Their brand power and software moat will be difficult hurdles for the competition. Jensen has been in this space as long as anyone and is a fantastic CEO with big ambitions. Even still, AMD (and Intel seems to be on this path) has been relentless. RDNA 1 to RDNA 2 was a big jump and RDNA 3 is looking to really put pressure on Nvidia. Once the Xilinx acquisition goes through, it'll open up even more doors. The amount of cumulative R&D between AMD, TSMC, and their partners is staggering. Seeing all of these new advancements from every big player is exciting. These are just Nvidia's chip design direct competitors too, there are competitors in other fields as well like Tesla. In my opinion, $800B market cap is very optimistic in light of all this competition because it's just too early to tell how all this plays out. It'll be fun to see regardless!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 00:49:41 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD and Nvidia both say they have no estimates for how much of their product is being purchased for mining. Nvidia only said that their specialized CMP mining products were very low revenue. Not at all the same thing. They used similar language before the last mining bust and the result was several tough quarters for GPU sales, could be worse if it happens again as the boom has been sustained for over a year now. Caveat emptor
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 00:08:21 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I heard TSLA switched to AMD GPU’s.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 21:20:25 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
This New Street analyst is terrible. * 21 days ago he put a sell rating on Apple, setting price target at $90. * 4 months ago he put a sell rating on AMD setting price target at $70.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 23:59:59 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
A good middle ground is to buy a sector ETF. For example if you are interested in getting the increased growth from as you mentioned, AMD, NVDIA, i.e. semiconductors, then you can buy SMH or SOXX. It has higher growth than the other boring ETF you mentioned, and has lower risk than owning individual stocks.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 06:59:29 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
irrespective of cost, these are my 5 dca ,MSFT, TSLA, VTI, AMD, AAPL. what are your top 5 ?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 18:50:42 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
VTI QQQ GOOGL AMD and can’t choose a 5th but tie between AAPL/MSFT/BRKB
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Thu Dec 9 06:04:46 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
This is how I'm playing AMD right now. Just need to be aware that the 12% discount comes at a considerable risk. If for some reason the merger gets denied, XLNX is likely to drop very very heavily.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 16:40:13 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
People in this thread have no idea what they are talking about. So I'll clear it up because ive been following this for far more than a day like most people here. First, TSMC and Samsung, the other two leading edge fabs are heavily subsidized by their government, to the point where they might as well be state owned. So it absolutely makes sense to subsidize the third leading edge fab, Intel, if we want a domestic manufacturer and to prevent a duopoly situation. Second, this isnt the first spat Mark Liu (TSMC chairman) has had with Intel. Months ago he said America should not subsidize domestic fabs because its a global economy and TSMC is better. Essentially he doesnt want the US supporting Intel and not TSMC, because hes the chairman and wants TSMC to be the dominant player.. Third in terms of the money possibly going to buybacks and not R&D, Intel stopped doing buybacks last year to invest more into fabs and R&D, they still are a dividend company, but no more buybacks. Look at their balance sheets, Intel is spending billions on R&D and fabs, even when they did buybacks it was a small percent. AMD has done more in buybacks than Intel has done in the last year. Fourth, there needs to be less dependence on TSMC. We all know what China's/Xi's plans on with Taiwan, and even ignoring that, Taiwan had a major drought this year that forced water restrictions that lowered production. The world cannot rely on one country for like 80% of leading edge silicon. And Samsung is falling behind they will be roughly 2 years behind Intel and TSMC by 2023, while Intel is catching up up to TSMC and only about a year behind now, so it really makes the most sense to give the most subsidies to Intel, who are also domestic and have contracts with the DoD for chips for military/aero sector than to Samsung. Fifth, why should chips be subsidized anyways? Because they are almost as important as energy. Phones, cars, PC's, planes, medical equipment, tractors, boats, manufacturing equipment, you name it and they are reliant on chips. Again, if something happens with TSMC, in the next few years, the economic losses that covid cause for 2020 will be a drop in the bucket. But at the end of the day, this exact story is a big nothing burger. TSMC simply doesnt want Intel getting the lions share of the $50 billion CHIPS act, because it would be funding their competitor. However TSMC will still happily sell Intel chips like the 3nm ones they will be buying because TSMC screwed over Apple with a delay and low volume.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:50:31 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
INTC worst company. No innovation and growth ( just keeping money In accounts and giving some amount the dividend) many other companies capture the market in all Intel business today. It is dead cat. Apple asked many times to upgrade their chips for Mac and their data centers. They never did. And now apple independently making chips. Dell, HP, Lenovo all are now coming with AMD with less price and same performance.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 21:56:37 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yeah I like AMD mostly because Intel has been such a POS for the past 2 decades (and also because AMD actually came back from the dead and started eating Intel's lunch). They bribed OEMS to exclude AMD from their product lines and even got sued for it. I really don't get how that company has so many fanboys in Hardware and even on this sub. It's like trying to cheer for GM when they've openly fucked themselves by stagnating and then beg for public money when they are already drowning in cash.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 19:30:03 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Need to spur development of chips from US made companies for couple of reasons. 1) is protection from shortages as US can influence US company to produce goods or have a stockpile (like the oil reserve) and 2) because DoD needs US owned companies to make chips, and they want the best technology. Now, Intel has been lazy and not self-investing like AMD or TSMC so really it’s their own fault but US really does need a top-tier chips manufacturer for (2).
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 18:50:43 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I don't like Intel as a stock and I like AMD as a stock but AMD is no better than Intel, they have cheap marketing and are often full of shit with Bulldozer fake 8 cores, AM4 boards long support and when they were behind they also showed made up numbers.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 07:53:46 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
No idea where you read about Apple buying all the capacity. This is news from 4 months ago. (
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 18:24:56 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Intel stopped doing buybacks to put more money into new fabs and R&D, AMD has done more buybacks than Intel in the last 2 years.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:28:26 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Source? I might be down to invest in intel but I don't think they can compete in both Fab and fabless fields. AMD is dominating in the fabless and TSMc is dominating in the fab. Where is the edge?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 23:52:50 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Basically when AMD launched Ryzen, it was years ahead of intel and they couldn't compete with AMD on performance and price.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:34:38 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD innovated while Intel got complacent
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 21:29:44 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
( It's not massive, but I wouldn't call it 'very low'.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 16:29:01 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD took the lead then but they weren't years ahead. The 8th gen i7 was released 3 quarters later, was $150 cheaper, and 21% faster on cpubenchmark. The latest INTC 12th gen is also beating the latest Ryzen in many metrics and forced a big price drop.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 00:43:14 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Not really. Intel ran into foundry issues, while AMD liquidated their failed global foundries fabs, through a complicated process, they then rode on the coat tails of TSMC who became the market leader in fabs. This gave AMD a 2 year node advantage until recently. The only innovation they did was completely start from scratch on a new architecture because bulldozer was a complete failure nearly bankrupting them, there was a lot of pushback to do this, but Jim Keller, who also worked at Apple, Tesla, and most recently Intel, making great designs and leadership choices was the driving factor behind starting from scratch. It wasnt innovation, it was a hail mary attempt to save the company. Also they were not the first company to use chiplets.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:26:18 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
In Intel's terms it is low. Right now TSMC only makes chips for Intel's new GPU (as far as I am aware at least), for AMD they make chips in probably everything. Intel being 7% already indicates just how much stock they plan to have of their new GPU.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 16:35:09 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I would disagree, the 12th gen runs hotter and you have tiny improvement on speed. Ryzen still uses less power. Intel couldn't get down to 4nm where AMD was already selling 4nm processors. Basically innovation at Intel got stagnant.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 03:41:25 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think a chunk of AMD fans are simply sold on what they perceive as a "Cinderella story" or rooting for the underdog.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 02:15:09 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
> Also they were not the first company to use chiplets. It's as if people forgot that Intel used chiplets back in 2009 with Clarkdale. You had the IMC and IGP on one chiplet and the cores on another. Or I say forgot, all the gamers kids who never followed the industry until two three years ago simply never knew in the first place. AMD still haven't even pulled off what Intel did back then. Every AMD APU is still a monolithic die. You would think throwing a small GPU into the I/O die for feature parity with Intel on desktop would be easy, so why isn't it there? If Intel did it 10 years ago why hasn't AMD done it?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 00:58:21 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
TSMC has been making chips for Intel for years already. Up until 2019 they were a larger client than AMD. ( >Intel has outsourced the production of about 15-20% of its non-CPU chips, with most of the wafer starts for these products assigned to TSMC and UMC, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 16:45:44 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
What is there to disagree with? You can quibble over the wattage all you want, but faster is faster, and I didn't make any claims about efficiency. The point was AMD was not "years" ahead of INTC when they launched Ryzen, and it's true. I only mentioned 12th gen to illustrate that even today when Ryzen Zen 3 is starting to show some advantages of the AMD/TSM fab process, it still has its hands full trying to beat INTC.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 04:20:27 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It took 4 years to catch up to Ryzen, now they are finally caught up in terms of performance however all other variables are still bad. Ryzen laptops are still cheaper and run at cooler temperature. We are just starting to see more and more users go with Ryzen over intel, just in the last 3 to 4 months many new laptops OEM provide Ryzen as their CPU, server side will start to shift too if these since few degrees lower per CPU is huge savings for them. AMD is going to continue to eat into INTC market share.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 05:18:34 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I’m curious on what your opinion is of AMD? I don’t have contacts in that industry but I do have an interest in Semiconductor companies. Does AMD pay well now that they’re outperforming Intel? Or are employees there still underpaid relative to a company such as Nvidia. Reason I ask is because they are increasing R&D spending so I’m curious how much of that goes towards retaining talent vs better tools and equipment.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 01:15:05 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
> I know many engineers at these companies and I’ve worked at some in the past Then you should know AMD and Nvidia are not any better, if not worse in that regard. Your comment sounds made up to fit a narrative or just out of touch with reality. Those companies are simply perceived by people like you as "more attractive" now in hindsight due to the recent hype around them. They were not perceived this way a few years ago and is not the reason for their success.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 17:37:40 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD also pays well. Not quite the same as nvidia/Apple but much better than other hardware companies.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 01:20:17 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Thanks. I'll check them out. I agree it would be weird to unload winners. Its not like stocks are like human beings exercising, and since they did great in the past they are too worn out to continue onward. I bought NVDA and AMD at their all time highs and will be holding long term. ​ With that being said, I am interested in investing in some undervalued companies with low P/E ratios. I'll check out the ones you suggested. ADBE sounds cool.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:24:12 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
This ! Yes please start with low to learn basics for couple of years or so. Then you can play big. To give background, I started back in 2013 with AMD, Used to buy $500 worth of AMD then sold at $550, Again bought at $600 sold at $700 . Did this so many times and then used to feel happy that I made extra money. Fast Forward 2021, My portfolio is over $1.2M with $700K worth AMD itself. No amount is small dude, Everyone has to start somewhere. Go for it!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 04:18:28 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I am bullish on INTC simply because /stocks and /investing seem to love to shit on it (for no other reason than not being AMD + CEO isn't an engineer) The Reddit-Costanza trading approach has actually realized some decent returns over the past few months, ngl
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 01:52:21 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It will easily be over that in a couple months. This new mobileye situation will drive people to the stock. In Q1 they launch their first dedicated gaming GPUs that a crypto mining capable, and if you look at how Nvidia's stock is doing, thats free money. They also launch 12th gen mobile and cheaper LGA1700 platforms. In January Intel 12th gen also beats Zen 3. + Intel 13th gen releases in Q3 while Zen 4 releases in Q4 2022. So basically for all of 2022 Intel will be outselling AMD in the consumer CPU market. CHIPS act is $50 billion to the domestic chip manufacturers, and Intel will get the lions share. DoD has started making more contracts with intel now that they are offering to be a foundry for hire.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 23:00:10 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
> Samsung are plowing forward. Eh, Samsung's path towards smaller nodes has been almost as messy as Intel's. They like to do a lot of announcements and talking, actual working well yielding products that can show performance metrics is another thing. Just goes to show how skewed the views of the semi space are I guess. Samsung have node parity with TSMC just as much as Intel had 10nm working in 2017. There is only one foundry that is clearly ahead of Intel and it is TSMC in terms of actual working stuff used in volume production. >Some say intel 7 nm = TSM 5 nm. Old Intel 7nm would have been yes, current Intel 7nm (previously 10SF) is comparable to TSMC 7 >AMD and the other fabless get the benefit And get to fight over capacity and pay a hefty shunk to TSMC and Samsung, people seem to forget that part. Fabs is a big reason why Intel can print money the way they have over the past decades. There is also nothing stopping Intel from utilizing those same fabs if needed. In fact until recently they were a bigger customer at TSMC than AMD in terms of wafer starts.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 06:28:02 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I am bullish Intel. I am just saying what seems to be the streets take. That TSM and Samsung are winning the race so far. TSM is doing right by their customers with capacity. Obviously Apple > AMD > everyone else. In the end though. My picks are INTC, MRVL, AMD, TXN, UMC, QCOM, NVDA, TSM.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 06:32:12 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD, Intel is dead money
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 16:49:20 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD P/E 45+ NVDA P/E 100ish INTC seemed to be at the tail end of their product cycle and is now rolling out a whole new lineup so don't think revenue declines will happen for much longer. But who knows.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 22:50:39 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD doubled this year, at this point their market cap is getting pretty close to Intel's while also not being remotely close on revenue/net income. A change in sentiment can easily cause a stock to double in valuation in this market.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 04:56:37 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Any kind of large downturn and AMD is screwed.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 05:44:41 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
wow. I love AMD chips. I bought an additional PC recently and found that they're much faster and perform better when compared to Intel
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 07:28:29 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Interesting. So would you say the AMD chip is overkill for their current application? If so, is it possible they may introduce more CPU-intensive processing later, and are preparing for that?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 05:47:13 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Cars console dont run on top of the line CPUs. It has mostly basic functions with some that are complex. Unlike PCs, Smartphones etc. And yes... it is a massive upgrade to the atom. Thats the point Tesla could have stuck with Intel or went with another chip maker. But chose AMD.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 05:15:45 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I have no idea what specific chip is in these or the specs, so its impossible to comment on if its overkill or not. Its probably a semi-custom low end zen 2 chip, but until someone actually digs around, its pure speculation. Its good Tesla is upgrading the SoC's, but at the same time if youve used a Tesla, they are already ahead of like 99% of their competitors in infotainment performance, because no other manufacturer frankly cares, they just see it as added cost to the BoM putting a better SoC in for better performance and experience. This also isnt any indication that new software features are coming, or an OS redesign, it could simply be that Tesla had a contract with Intel for X years, that was running out, and they got quotes from Intel, and AMD, and AMD came back with the cheaper cost. As we saw with the console market, AMD does take low margin contracts that others (Nvidia in this case) dont want. Its really a big nothing burger IMO. Low margin product, and Tesla's volume isnt significant.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 06:24:01 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I agree with your point of view. I'm referring to PCs and what I've noticed is the ones running on Intel tend to slow down after a few months while my PC running on an AMD chipset has been performing consistently, even after close to 2 years.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 10:07:01 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I dont get your post It is a win for Tesla and AMD. Could be a good winfall for AMD if other automobile companies look to partnership as well This is not a pure tech thread.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 14:16:41 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Its good for Tesla and potentially AMD Imo AMD has a bright future. They have their fingerprint in many things these days
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Wed Dec 8 01:27:00 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Intel is a sleeping giant. Nvidia and AMD have no idea what’s coming.
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 08:58:48 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I was thinking of buying Intel today because of their comparable GPU performance with AMD. Am I smart if I profit for the wrong reasons?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Tue Dec 7 06:10:22 2021 SUBREDDIT : stocks
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