Author: Puja Tayal

Having joined Market Realist in 2015, Puja has been covering the intricacies of the semiconductor industry. She has 11 years of experience as a financial analyst with a particular focus on the manufacturing sector. Having graduated in commerce (accounting) and completed CFA Level 1, Puja is known for her insightful and well-researched articles.

Disclosure: I am in full compliance with all ethics and other policies for Market Realist research analysts. I am not invested in securities that I cover on Market Realist.

On November 13, AMD stock touched a 52-week high of $37.96 as the company added two big names, Apple and Tencent, to its customer list.

In the world of AI, 5G, and the Internet-of-Things, everything will be interlinked, and AMD's Radeon Technology Group plans to be a key part of this trend.

The semiconductor sector saw some mixed earnings in the third quarter, and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is worth a closer look.

On November 25, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will bring its Ryzen 9 3950X and two Ryzen Threadripper CPUs (central processing units) to the market.

AMD continued with its tradition of introducing its 7-nanometer products on the seventh of the month, unveiling the Ryzen 9 3950X and Threadripper.

Sony (SNE) announced that its next-generation PS5 could hit the markets in November or December 2020. AMD's chips are likely to power the new game console.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), a name that has been making the headlines for its microprocessors, is set for an even better 2020.

AMD stock rose 4% to a 13-year high on Monday. The stock rallied after CEO Lisa Su announced the 2020 launch of new Ryzen Mobile and Zen 3 products.

Today, Western Digital stock (WDC) slumped as much as 16.25% after CEO Steve Milligan announced his sudden retirement. Is the worst over for WDC?

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is among the most-hyped stocks, and its earnings prove that all the hype is worth it. Just ask CEO Lisa Su.