Intel makes a much larger range of products than AMD. The desktop CPU market is only part of it.
Secondly, what do you know about financial accounting or the stock market? Its right there in black and white on their quarterly earnings report. Any stockholder in AMD gets this in the mail, and any potential investor can look it up on eTrade or any number of other sites.
Their earnings are poor. Do you want to dispute this? Go look them up yourself. I bet they even have an investor relations section of their website. Download their Quarterly report and take a look. Take a look at their balance sheets and their income statements. You don't need to be an insider with a company to know whether or not they are making any money. Companies in this country are required to maintain dilligent and accurate public reporting of all financial information.
If you want, I can post their financials in this thread and break them down for you, or you can even check them out for yourself:
Take a look at the second link to their income statement. Look at all that red. You don't need to know much about accounting to get a picture of whats going on.
They're a company thats growing, but they aren't growing very fast. They've got a long road ahead of them.
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