AMD: The $15 Billion Plan

Investors need to start considering a plan for AMD reaching $15 billion in annual sales.
The company only needs to achieve a rather meager 25% market share in desktop, notebooks and server.
The initial EPS target is $3 based on $15 billion in sales.
The biggest negative against Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is the general lack of current profits in relation to the stock price around $40. My previous work has focused investors on the drastically improving profit picture when the chip company gets to $10 billion in annual revenues. This article will focus on the next step of reaching $15 billion in annual revenues based on the company obtaining 25% market share in several key markets.
Read the full article on Seeking Alpha. 
Update - December 5, 2019
If these analysts would've only listened all year long, they wouldn't be raising the price target after the fact.

-Baird reiterates a Neutral rating on AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) and raises the target by $10 to $40.
-The firm expects AMD to achieve double-digit revenue growth.
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