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  • Why Intel's Stock Is A Long-Term Investment Opportunity Right Now
    Arie Goren Yesterday, 6:01 PM 13 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel stock should be a part of every diversified long-term dividend stocks portfolio.
    • According to the company, it sees signs of improvement in the PC business, and is making strong progress on its goal of 40 million tablets for 2014.
    • According to Portfolio123's "ValueSheet" powerful ranking system, Intel stock is ranked sixth among all S&P 500 stocks.
    • The current price offers an opportunity to initiate or add to positions in Intel.
  • Intel Proves Why $30 Is The Next Target
    Wall Street Playbook Yesterday, 6:16 AM 6 Comments

    Summary

    • A more realistic view of Intel's prospects suggest that the company can still deliver long-term value.
    • Until Intel shows that it has taken a drastic step backward, the stock remains a buy and management deserves more time to execute its vision.
    • On the basis of long-term free cash flow growth and margin expansion, Intel stock should command a fair-market value of $30 by the second half of the year.
  • Intel Is Still Struggling In The PC And Mobile Chips Business
    Gemstone Equity Research Mon, Apr. 21 2 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel posted mixed results for the first quarter and backed by some good results the share price is up 1.4% after two trading days.
    • The quarterly earnings successfully beat estimates but only by a slight margin.
    • Intel’s data center group sales improved 11% but the PC client group, mobile, and communication group continue to disappoint.
  • How Does Intel's Valuation Look Past Earnings Report?
    Jacob Steinberg Mon, Apr. 21 6 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel's revenue and profit growth has been relatively flattish in the recent years.
    • Investors are currently discounting the company based on its historical fundamentals.
    • Intel is trading for a historically low price to cash flow and price to book value ratio than what we are used to seeing.
    • If you believe in the turnaround story, this may be a good time to buy.
  • Intel Just Flashed A Bullish Move
    Quoth the Raven Mon, Apr. 21 7 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel earnings seemed to spark a bit of a fire under the company.
    • Intel's chart looks extremely attractive, there's strength behind the stock's recent move.
    • Despite risk associated with mobile/tablet, Intel seems to continue to move in the right direction.
  • Intel Income Investors Earn 11.32% Annual Yield Rate Now
    Richard Berger Mon, Apr. 21 46 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel is a blended growth and income investment with a history of share appreciation and a superior dividend.
    • Pure income investors can convert the 3.34% dividend into an 11.32% yield.
    • Income investors should buy shares at today's $26.93 market, and write the January 17, 2015 $27.00 Covered Calls @ $1.62 premium.
    • The covered option boost removes the growth potential from the shares, exchanging it for a 3.39X expansion of the dividend from $0.90 annual distribution to $3.05 (3.34% to 11.32%).
    • The Covered Call boost also lowers market risk by 8.25%.
  • Why We Think Intel Will Trade North Of $30 Before Year's End
    Valuentum Sun, Apr. 20 19 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel is simply a cash-flow machine, and its annual dividend payout is not only safe on the basis of the Valuentum Dividend Cushion score but also is poised to grow.
    • A strong competitive position, an attractive valuation, and a safe and growing dividend are a few qualities that make Intel a Valuentum stock.
    • The company remains a holding in the actively-managed portfolios.
  • Stabilizing PC Market And Potential In Mobile Make Intel A Strong Buy
    Aurium Investments Fri, Apr. 18 17 Comments

    Summary

    • PCs remain the cornerstone of Intel's profitability, and the market appears to be stabilizing.
    • Intel's investments in mobile, coupled with Microsoft's pricing changes on tablets and phones, should drive traction.
    • Improvements in mobile profitability will drive significant share price upside.
    • Data center and IoT will be the engines of revenue growth.
  • Intel Is Breaking Out And Offers Upside On Compelling Valuation And New Growth
    Glyndon Park Fri, Apr. 18 14 Comments

    Summary

    • INTC is breaking out from a multi-year slump recently touching 52-week highs.
    • INTC trades at a discount to the market on an earnings basis with an above average dividend.
    • INTC is focusing on growth in the high margin data center market and no longer just a PC company.
  • Intel Tablet Contra Revenue Will Cost About 3.5 Cents Per Share In Q2
    Jeff Groff Thu, Apr. 17 12 Comments

    Summary

    • During its first quarter 2014 earnings report, Intel guided to Q2 revenue of $13 billion with a gross margin of about 63%.
    • In his commentary on the first-quarter results, CFO Stacy Smith indicates that tablet contra revenue will have about a -0.5% impact on Intel's Q2 gross margin.
    • I calculate that this impact translates to earnings that are about 3.5 cents per share less then they would be without contra revenue.
  • Intel's Earnings Have Me Thinking Like A Buyer Again
    Quoth the Raven Thu, Apr. 17 32 Comments

    Summary

    • Investors couldn't make up their mind about Intel's earnings yesterday during trading.
    • Intel posted numbers that met or exceeded, showed some growth in tablet, and seems to generally be heading in the right direction.
    • I may consider a position in Intel again, now that I again have the means.
  • Intel And The Known Unknowns
    Ed McKernan Thu, Apr. 17 29 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel has an increasingly complex environment with which it has to operate and succeed.
    • Mobile PC Processor ASP decline is concerning.
    • Bay Trail Processor shows mobile PCs and tablets share common underpinnings.
    • What will Intel financial model look like after 14nm mobile transition?
  • Intel: Dreadful Mobile Group Losses Is Not Permanent
    Alcaraz Research Thu, Apr. 17 16 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel has got a very steep uphill battle towards profitability in mobile chips.
    • Investors are patient and forgiving. Intel investors are letting the management do whatever it takes to make Intel relevant in tablets. Contra revenue is a big sword over Intel’s rivals.
    • Mobile group may continue to be a drag on Intel’s earning until fiscal year 2016.
  • Intel: My Take On The Earnings Report
    Russ Fischer Wed, Apr. 16 108 Comments

    Summary

    • Client and server business is healthy.
    • CAT 6 LTE is here!
    • How about IMFT?
  • Intel's Mobile Revenue Plummets
    Mark Hibben Wed, Apr. 16 68 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel's latest earnings report provides specific insight for the first time into Intel's mobile chip cost disadvantage relative to ARM.
    • Intel's contra revenue price-cutting boosted sales of Intel mobile processors for the first time since Q2 2012.
    • The cost of that price-cutting was a $929 million loss for the Mobile and Communications Group.
    • Mounting losses in mobile call into question Intel's optimistic guidance for Q2 2014.
  • Intel Is On Track To Grow This Year With Bullish Prospects For 2015 And 2016
    Michael Blair Wed, Apr. 16 9 Comments

    Summary

    • Q1 results showed stability with progress in all segments.
    • PC sales have bottomed.
    • Servers continue to grow.
    • Process advances are showing up in higher margins which seems to be working.
    • The company is executing on its mobile strategy.
  • Intel: Mixed Report, But Getting Better
    Bill Maurer Wed, Apr. 16 25 Comments

    Summary

    • Intel missed on Q1 revenues, beat EPS by a penny.
    • Q2 revenue guidance slightly ahead, potential EPS number much better.
    • Full year revenue forecast unchanged, GM% up, operating expenses up.
    • Overall, Tuesday's report doesn't really change the Intel picture.
    • Things are getting better, but progress will take time.
  • Windows XP's Death Will Breathe Life Into Microsoft, Intel And AMD Shares
    Michael Blair Tue, Apr. 15 120 Comments

    Summary

    • At least 300 million PCs are in use running Windows XP.
    • Microsoft has announced the end of support for XP.
    • PC users running XP will choose between upgrading their OS, upgrading their PC, or moving to another platform altogether.
    • The likely outcome is higher demand for Microsoft, Intel and AMD, and a boost to their income.
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Company Description

Intel Corporation is a semiconductor chip maker, which develops integrated digital technology products, mainly integrated circuits, for industries such as computing and communications.