Originally posted by indio
i was referring to there long term debt not there debt ratio for this quarter
Long term debt is ten times ATI's and so is their Liabilities. There P/E is rediculous and there price 3 times there book value.
They are on shaky ground when it comes to long term. Being able to appear solvent in the near term is easy when you push your expenses out but eventually you need to pay up.
Their P/E means nothing right now. It will come down substantially in the next 2 quarters. Their long term debt is also small .... I don't know what you are looking at to get that high number. You cannot even compare ATI to nVidia as a company. They may have a better product but as far as execution on their business ATI is lacking.