Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) belonging to the Computer and Technology sector has declined -4.97% and closed its last trading session at $6.5.
The company reported its last EPS on 9/30/2016 and is expected to report its next EPS on Oct 20 AMC. Currently, the stock has a 1 Year Price Target of $6.16.
The consensus recommendation, according to Zacks Investment research, is 2.49. The scale runs from 1 to 5 with 1 recommending Strong Buy and 5 recommending a Strong Sell. The Stock had a 2.55 Consensus Analyst Recommendation 30 Days Ago, whereas 60 days ago and 90 days ago the analyst recommendations were 2.55 and 2.65 respectively.
For the Current Quarter, the growth estimate for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. is 100%, while for the Next Quarter the stock growth estimate is 70%. In the past 5 years, the stock showed growth of -43.28% per annum. While for the next 5 years, the growth estimate is -98.3%.
The Company got Initiated by Barclays on 7-Oct-16 to Equal Weight.
Insider Trades for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. show that the latest trade was made on 2 Oct 2016 where Kumar (Devinder), the Chief Financial Officer completed a transaction type “Buy” in which 50000 shares were traded at a price of $6.19.
19 analysts projected Price Targets for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.. The analysts believe that the company stock price could grow as high as $9. The Low Price target projection by analysts is $2.5 and the Mean Price Target is $6.16.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) has the market capitalization of $6 Billion. The company rocked its 52-Week High of $8 on Aug 19, 2016 and touched its 52-Week Low of $1.75 on Jan 20, 2016. The stock has Return on Assets (ROA) of -10.8 percent. Return on Equity (ROE) stands at 81.5% and Return on Investment (ROI) of -27.1 percent.
The stock is currently showing YTD performance of 126.48 Percent. The company has Beta Value of 2.5 and ATR value of 0.3. The Weekly and Monthly Volatility stands at 4.86% and 4.06%.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. is a world-class company with the innovation, execution, and vision to grow our leadership position in the industry. Today’s world-class companies share three essential characteristics. First, they deliver innovative products and technologies that customers want. Second, they have established a proven track record of fast, efficient manufacturing execution. And third, they have a bold vision of where to take their business, and often their industry. Over the course of AMD’s three decades in business, silicon and software have become the steel and plastic of the worldwide digital economy. Technology companies have become global pacesetters, making technical advances at a prodigious rate always driving the industry to deliver more and more, faster and faster. AMD’s dedication to customer-centric innovation and competitive spirit is an unbroken thread running from our early days in the integrated circuit business, through an ever-broadening product portfolio.