AMD article by Simply Wall St

Advanced Micro Devices doesn’t pay any dividend to its shareholders, meaning that the company has been reinvesting all of its profits into the business. This is likely what’s driving the high earnings growth number discussed above.

Interesting read about AMD valuation…doc

The article seems AI-generated to me. It provides some useful figures but I’m not sure there was an informed perspective behind it.

Most notably, the low calculated ROE is due to AMD’s unusually high shareholders’ equity, the large majority of which is the goodwill and intangibles on the balance sheet from the Xilinx acquisition.

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