AMD shares have become such an important asset for many investors. Every crisis is deemed to be a time of opportunity. It is above all a matter of deciding which opportunities can be implemented and who can take advantage of them. Exchange participants use this time to look for assets that can be acquired at a reduced price and then receive income from the exchange rate growth.
Business Quant has published a study on this topic on the Searching for Alpha pages. The 13F cycle, which lasted from January to March, showed that the number of investors who bought AMD stocks during this period exceeded the number of these bonds sold. 484 institutional investors increased their portfolios and 413 investors decreased.
Overall, investors bought 1.3% of all AMD shares in public trading. In February and March, the price of AMD shares fell by about 35%, which allowed those seeking to make long-term investments at more attractive prices.
Dynamic changes in AMD shares
During volatile economic times, market participants prefer to invest in reliable assets, so continued interest in AMD stock indicates investor confidence in the company’s future. It is ready to strengthen its position in the notebook PC segment.
The introduction of new processors for servers and desktops as well as graphics cards and game accelerators for server systems is planned for the second half of the year. Finally, the Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X game consoles are about to enter a new life cycle. In contrast to many competitors, AMD does not hesitate to forecast sales growth for the entire calendar year.