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In his State of Tech report, McWilliams wrote: "Without a doubt, AMD has been a challenging stock to follow during the last year. There were numerous analysts anxious to call a bottom, thinking that AMD could recapture its brief period of glory. However, what I saw in early January 2007 was a fundamental problem that would take some time to resolve as AMD redesigned its business model..."
McWilliams also looks at these topics: -- Why should Intel investors pay attention to emerging computing markets? What "controversies" are facing microprocessor markets and is Intel positioned to benefit from them? -- After McWilliams recommended investors steer clear of AMD at $18.70 in January 2007, the stock dropped by 70%. Is it finally time investors reconsidered AMD? -- Is it likely that Sun Microsystem's vision of "thin client" computing will take hold? -- Do current trends in the microprocessor market favor NVIDIA? Is NVIDIA attractive at current prices?
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