Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) have traded between $19.03 – 49.96. The next earnings date is set for Feb 04, 2020. Let’s see how its prospects are shaping up.

What does Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(AMD) do?

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. engages in the provision of semiconductor businesses. It operates through the Computing & Graphics and Enterprise, Embedded & Semi-Custom segments. The Computing and Graphics segment includes desktop and notebook processors and chipsets, and discrete and integrated graphics processing units. The Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom segment comprises of server and embedded processors, semi-custom systems-on-chips products, development services, technology for game consoles and licensing portions of its intellectual property portfolio. The company was founded by W. J. Sanders III on May 1, 1969 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.

AMD Insider Trading Insight

On 2019-12-13, Papermaster Mark D CTO, EVP sold 30,000 shares of AMD. That represents a value of $1,335,280. Not to be outdone, on 2019-12-09, Su Lisa T S – Sale+OE sold128,143 shares of AMD. These insiders are clearly in the know because they work closely with the company.

The LTC Consensus Price Target

The mean recommendation of LTC Properties, Inc. from top Wall Street analysts is a Moderate Sell. That is based on 5 analysts who work on the Street. Based on 5 analysts offering 12 month price targets for LTC Properties in the last 3 months. The average price target is $45.80 with a high forecast of $51.00 and a low forecast of $42.00. The average price target represents a -0.84% decrease from the last price of $46.19. Last week, several articles were published in financial papers about LTC and 37% Bearish while 63% Bullish.

LTC Intraday Trading

LTC is due to report earnings on Feb 27, 2020. In the last year the price has ranged from 42.32 – 53.05. Recently, Simpson Wendy sold 37,706 shares of LTC. He is a $344,381 shareholder in LTC.

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