AMD Director Unloads Thousands of Company Shares

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timebil

amd yöneticisinin yaptığı açıklamalar gerçekten ilgi çekici özellikle gelişim kayda değer bende bu habere benzer şekilde yükseliş gösteren baymak servis firmasından size bahsetmek istiyorum.

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B.A.Frayd

Let me get this straight:

He sold 3.447 shares of stock @ $5.66 per share, and he ended up with just less than $20,000?

Either someone can't add, or someone can't do some simple proof-reading before parroting reporting.

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JohnP

Huh? If you wrote 3 THOUSAND and FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN shares instead of THREE POINT FOUR FOUR SEVEN shares, you would come up with the right answer...

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titan8813

B.A.Frayd of that dude's math skills!

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bibleverse

Sad but with a heavy focus on PCs AMD is going to be a forgotten brand soon. With out a breakthrough in mobile computing tech they are lost. Honestly, AMD needs to develop a "ultrabook" brand (ultrabook is a standard trademarked by intel) and get their chips in tablets and phones.

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ddimick

If any of the so-called journalists had bothered to do any kind of basic research they'd also report that this transaction represents a miniscule fraction of the 108,310,000 shares held by insiders. Implying that this is somehow reflective of AMD performance is moronic, at best.

I don't own AMD stock or products, but I can recognize trolling when I see it.

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JohnP

Yeah, Upper management company folks sell shares all the time. Remember, part of their pay is in shares so they sell them. No Big Deal. Bill Gates sells huge lumps of stocks for his charities all the time and no one says boo. Where is there a story in this?

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bityw

Ditto.  Also, exercising shares does not mean to sell or "unload" them as the author states.  Both MaxPC and Fudzilla misinterpreted MMDNewswire's article.

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