Ask a Fool: Is This Red-Hot Tech Stock a Buy on the Pullback?

Since the start of the year, shares of AMD have been soaring. And although its shares are still down meaningfully over longer horizons, it finally seems that investors have given the struggling tech giant a new lease on life, until recently. Last month, AMD's shares took an abrupt turn downward, presenting investors with a puzzling situation. Going forward, the real question becomes whether this was only a momentary pause in its march upward or a sign that this turnaround has run its course. In the following video, we dig deeper into the matter in the most recent edition of our "Ask a Fool" series.

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