AMD (AMD -7.4%) isn't a popular stock with analysts, and the resignation (I, II) of CFO Thomas...


AMD (AMD -7.4%) isn't a popular stock with analysts, and the resignation (I, II) of CFO Thomas Seifert has given the company's critics another chance to take aim. Jefferies points out AMD's net debt fell from $2B+ to $440M during Seifert's tenure, while Evercore thinks another earnings warning could soon be on the way due to strong competition from Intel and "bloated" CPU inventories. UBS (previous) is worried AMD's cost controls are prevented needed mobile investments.

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  • Ashraf Eassa
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    I like it when all the analysts hate it. It means the possibility for an upside surprise is much greater.
    18 Sep 2012, 11:35 AM Reply Like
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