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    First reviews: Power Consumption & Overclocking - The AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen Deep Dive Review: 3700X and 3900X Raising The Bar

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      Got to say...the chart looks bullish...but pretty much finished for this run. Double top screaming out at you there with the 2nd top at a fib level and 5 waves visible
      I'd be looking to sell at 38-40 for last bit of profit or get out at 28.50 to lock in profit already made. If it drops below 28.50 I wouldn't be surprised if we see low $20s to sub $20.
      Your friendly neighbourhood VirtualMonkey - Not giving financial advice since...well...ever.

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        Originally posted by VirtualMonkey View Post
        Got to say...the chart looks bullish...but pretty much finished for this run. Double top screaming out at you there with the 2nd top at a fib level and 5 waves visible
        I'd be looking to sell at 38-40 for last bit of profit or get out at 28.50 to lock in profit already made. If it drops below 28.50 I wouldn't be surprised if we see low $20s to sub $20.
        Chart with lines on cause we are a bit fik in here.
        'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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          Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
          Chart with lines on cause we are a bit fik in here.
          Here you go, fikky
          Your friendly neighbourhood VirtualMonkey - Not giving financial advice since...well...ever.

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            Very pretty. How does the fundamentals of the company, it's products and the market factor in to this?
            'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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              Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
              Very pretty. How does the fundamentals of the company, it's products and the market factor in to this?
              They see the line there, and make sure the products suck, so that the share price falls to match the chart.

              HTH BIDI

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                Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
                Very pretty. How does the fundamentals of the company, it's products and the market factor in to this?
                ^^ This is why 95% of investors lose money. Emotion. They're all the same. Emotion dictates whilst smart money makes for the hills.

                AMD’s stock powers up to 13-year high - Time to be fearful. ATW and his fanbase are greedy. In line with the 95% so far.

                Chip stocks take a hit after Samsung warns profit could be cut in half

                AMD: How The Trump Administration Will Hurt The Share Price

                From the above article:




                • The policies advocated by Trump, not yet priced in, when applied, will hit AMD share price hard and profoundly change the global semiconductor market.

                • A temporary return to previous highs will presage the onset of a profound downturn. (where we are now)

                • AMD will be hurt by these policies more than competitors Intel and Nvidia.
                "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". Mark Twain

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                  Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
                  Very pretty. How does the fundamentals of the company, it's products and the market factor in to this?
                  AMD have underperformed on expected share earnings for quite some time now and a new earnings report is due at the end of the month.
                  Other than that...no fundamental analysis. It's entirely based on wave counts (which are subjective) probability zones from previous data.
                  Your friendly neighbourhood VirtualMonkey - Not giving financial advice since...well...ever.

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                    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
                    ^^ This is why 95% of investors lose money. Emotion. They're all the same. Emotion dictates whilst smart money makes for the hills.
                    Eh? How do any of the factors I mention equate to Emotion?
                    'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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                      What Trump policies, 25% import duty on stuff made in China?

                      It will hit everybody and the cheapest functionally equivalent products will get extra sales, meaning Intel will suffer and AMD will gain.

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