Tag: Advanced Micro Devices

  • This is Why Advanced Micro Devices Exploded Today

    This is Why Advanced Micro Devices Exploded Today

    Oversold shares of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are starting to bounce back strong.  All after analysts at Jefferies initiated coverage of AMD with a buy rating, with a price target of $190 a share. AMD even just replaced Nvidia on the Wolfe Research Alpha List. “Our views on NVDA and AMD haven’t changed, but the…

  • Diversify Your AI Portfolio at Less Cost

    Diversify Your AI Portfolio at Less Cost

    Just weeks into the new year, tech stocks are scorching hot. Look at Nvidia (NVDA), for example. Since the start of January, it ran from about $475 to a high of nearly $890.  All thanks to explosive demand for chips. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) ran from about $135 to nearly $212 in weeks. Again, thanks…

  • AMD Just Hit our $200 Price Target… It Could See $250 Next.

    AMD Just Hit our $200 Price Target… It Could See $250 Next.

    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) could test $200 a share shortly, we said on Jan. 18. “After rallying from about $60 since late 2022, the tech giant is still rallying on heavy chip demand, and the artificial intelligence boom. Helping, Barclays just raised their AMD price target to $200 from $120, noting AMD could see $4…

  • AMD Could Test $200 a Share Next Week

    AMD Could Test $200 a Share Next Week

    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) continues to explode. Just days after noting AMD could test $200 a share – which hasn’t happened just yet – the stock ran $11.56 higher to $174.23. As noted by CNBC, “The record valuations reflect continued investor interest and hunger for companies that design and sell graphics processors for artificial intelligence.…

  • AMD Stock Could See Higher Highs

    AMD Stock Could See Higher Highs

    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) could test $200 a share shortly. After rallying from about $60 since late 2022, the tech giant is still rallying on heavy chip demand, and the artificial intelligence boom. Helping, Barclays just raised their AMD price target to $200 from $120, noting AMD could see $4 billion in AI chip sales…

  • These Catalysts Could Send AMD to $150

    These Catalysts Could Send AMD to $150

    Earlier this year, we noted: “If AMD can break above $88.94 resistance, the stock could run back to $100 a share. Better, not only has growth been explosive, but the company continues to chip away at competitor market share, which should continue for some time.” Not only did it finally break above $100, it bolted…

  • Advanced Micro Devices Blows Past Target

    Advanced Micro Devices Blows Past Target

    BOOM!! Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) just blew past our target price of $100.  Last trading at $102.05, we’d like to see it closer to $110.  All it has to do now is break through resistance around $103.86, and it could potentially happen. We have a good history with AMD. Over the last few weeks, we noted, “If…

  • AMD Broke Out, as Hoped

    AMD Broke Out, as Hoped

    Just a few days ago, we again highlighted the opportunity in Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). In fact, we noted, “If AMD can break above $88.94 resistance, the stock could run back to $100 a share. Better, not only has growth been explosive, but the company continues to chip away at competitor market share, which should…

  • Advanced Micro Devices About to Break Out

    Advanced Micro Devices About to Break Out

    Keep an eye on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). If AMD can break above $88.94 resistance, the stock could run back to $100 a share. Better, not only has growth been explosive, but the company continues to chip away at competitor market share, which should continue for some time. Earnings have been solid, too. In its…

  • Top Reasons to Own Advanced Micro Devices Heading into 2023

    Top Reasons to Own Advanced Micro Devices Heading into 2023

    Shares of tech giant Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) were crushed this year. After starting the year around $151, it sank to a low of about $57.  All thanks to broad market weakness, inflation, fears of recession, price target cuts, plunging PC demand, you name it.  That’s the bad news.  The good news is the future…