Intel Corporation (INTC)

28.60
-0.57(-1.95%)
After Hours
28.59
-0.01(-0.03%)
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  • Volume:
    27,544,442
  • Day's Range:
    28.34 - 29.31
  • 52 wk Range:
    24.59 - 56.28
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  • rdy to buy
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    • Truly sad to see that these "investors" in this section think they can just keep buying more and more of bad company will somehow make them money🤣🤣wake up to reality , this is total mess business. Not even buffet would buy it
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      • amd will be 120 in 2024
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      • intel 50 +
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      • SquadW Nameno im been warning that intel fundamentals are garbage from like +60s but u ignore me xD
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    • MOM ppi is -0.1. Thus no real inflation from last month. YOY less then last month and less then forcasted. Sadly most people including the FED don't understand why the PPI is much more useful then CPI (urban) numbers. Fed will over react with a 75 basis point increase. Money will get sucked out of stocks and our bank accounts. Interest on exxess reserves will be even higher. Credit card intrest will be even higher, people won't be able to re-finance. Natural gas prices because of NATO's war in Ukraine will be the straw that breaks most families. Big tech will keep censoring reality. Increases in covid death will lead some areas into lockdowns and mandates. sigh.... Well at least INTC is brinning key manufacturing back to the USA and Western World.
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      • I feel Intel is terribely iundervalued - My target price is $63.... One can go for long term bid on this stock
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        • Roy Nisanitheres million better companies to invest than some ***ty intel, what f is wrong in ur brain to buy only intel intel everytime?
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        • shh seat down boy and go cry about amd or something
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        • @Michael No, my view is status quo. Your view is guaranteed WW3 in the next 5 years. Also Taiwan != China unless you are toying Xi’s line. And both parties are pushing a bipartisan commitment to defend Taiwan, in both chambers. So your best case scenario is a full fledged trade embargo, nationalisation of each other’s assets & proxy wars at best, or WW3 at worst. And you except intel to rally through that. 🤣
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      • the volume here went very high today , the smart money bought , they got what they wanted , low price
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        • why you want to buy into something that is falling? for the next 5 years INTC is not going to be profitable
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        • Intel's GPU program was a mistake, but was valuable. Some lessons cost money. What they learned from the program can be applied to other programs. I think the key take away is Diversity hiring is a mistake.
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        • @hokage I think the point is INTC is shifting to fabrication, which will be good long term. When Taiwan is no longer able to deliver chips Intel will be much more valuable. If you generally think Taiwan production will not be cut dramatically with in a few years then buty TSMC. If you think Taiwan's chip production will decrease then Buy INTC. its really that simple. The hard part is deciding what price to buy INTC. AMD and NVDA keeps dragging INTC down. Which is fine if you invest. I trade so i constanly have to anticipate what AMD stock is going to do.
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      • Beautiful waterfall
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        • time to buy
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          • tell me yours price to buy......?
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            • now? lol it's very oversold, ignore the noises , too many ignorant bears here , time the bottom is not something u can rely on , buy and dca down if needed
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          • Before end of this week, Intel will surprise us with new lows. As usual … so its not really a surprise.
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            • Other manufacturers are falling as well, some even faster. It's chip crisis and no end in sight.
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            • Ma Lulol look at TSM’s monthly earnings. What crisis. It’s just Intel being incompetent.
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            • Ma Luonly intel falling to new 52 week and even beyond 5Y low. That reflects the company performane and future outlook more. Other stocks just follow the market up and down while intel has its own continuous downtrend.
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          • .....neither sort... neither long.... the stock isn't moving up at all.... only falls...underperformance compare to indices... non-existent compare to similar companies....
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            • Like I ahve said for months. Let it drop buy it low, sell it after a 1-3% rise. buying right now at 30.50 is a goo price.
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            • No I have been saying that it is a good value but likely to keep going down. And I said buy on the dips. I didn't buy at 30.50 fyi just said it wa a good time to buy. Historaically intel goes up after morning drops. Didn't expect a near historic day of loss. I am still shocked you are allowed to post .
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          • The $15B INTC factory ground breaking in Ohio is underway.
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            • Its nice and all but I want to know more about the pheonix fab upgrade as that seems to be most important right now. Hopefully soon China acts and TSMC can't move deliver chips as expected.
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          • Cmon pump to 37+. Fly fly so I can short again 🚀
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            • Pump your AMD instead so I can sell you some shares.
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          • Wow Intel green 🫢
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            • I haven't buy this stock yet, although I always wondered when and how much it would fall, but I waited to avoid losses.
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              • You can keep owning the stock and hedge against sector loss decline by buying sqqq or similar products.
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            • Threadripper and ryzen really ripped intel a new one. The boffins at intel better up their game.
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              • I thought Intel is shifting into the foundry business. Maybe Intel can make AMD's chips when Taiwan isn't viable.
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              • In theory the 13th gen chips will be out about a month after amds 7k series. Will be intersting to see how they compare in performance and price, Especially with moderaly priced DDR5. I don't think it will matter much for the bottom line since the biden inflation will limit sales of next gen chips.
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            • as I said 3 days before ... when NASDAQ FALLS... AMD FALLS... INTEL FOLLOWS...WHEN NASDAQ RISE ... AMD RISE.... INTEL FALLS!!! the CONCLUSIONS ARE YOURS...
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              • jf kayyep close to 15bn is below analysts expectations of 15.6. (Personally I think they’ll do around 14.8).
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              • Nobody cares what you e days before or any days before
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              • jason xxaww another bagholder. I warn you’ll to sell before earnings everytime I short, but thanks for your money 🤣
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            • Ground Breaking tomorrow. Wonder how much that will boost the stock.
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              • 20$
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                • Is that what you are worth?
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              • Hello 20s🍻
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                • Hello 20s🍻
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                  • https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-expects-continued-market-share-loss-throughout-2023-will-likely-exit-more-businesses And by the way for all those doubters that dont think cutting the dividend is a possibility. In general, first of all we did not bottom yet, NCF pain is not at its max yet, while it was already painfully low enough one quarter ago.SECONDLY (and most importantly), the CHIPS ACT states, that cash injection will only happen if this is not financing stock holder dividends or buybacks! "These funds also come with strong guardrails, ensuring that recipients do not build certain facilities in China and other countries of concern, and preventing companies from using taxpayer funds for stock buybacks and shareholder dividends." There are obvious reasons why Pat did not want to cut dividends, he would scareoff the remaining (small n big ones) investors, that are only there for the dividend. Dividends won't be tenable with the CHIPS ACT funding. So good luck. I mean come on, we are already at roughly 30 USD~-. For the past quarters you guys been praising and praising Intel, and yet no rising. The only thing that happenend was, that a value trap halved its stock price. Yes, I know but tomorrow, tomorrow will be a sunny day. It wont. Intels numbers were so bad last quarter, they did not even give out a pre sales warning. Dont expect Intel to give out a pre warning about cutting dividends. It will just happen.
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                    • so ofc*
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                    • Roy NisaniMy losses are essentially concentrated in Jan & Feb and mostly because of leaps cratering - still exited with pretty big profits. You have to keep in mind this year began at essentially the peak. Now if you count from October I’m probably 20% up. So no I didn’t fail anything - just didn’t book at the peak but pivoted fairly quickly. Around 10-12% up from march/april to now. But like I said, I’ve increased my number of shares in key longs - that’s my objective in this bear market, along with booking opportunistic profits/generating yield by selling options. Current M2M doesn’t matter if I’m not overleveraged.
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                    • Roy Nisanithe only real mistake I made was bagholding fintech. F’ing upstart and sofi. There I’m a bagholder - booked too late, bought back a tad too early.
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                  • No hope, even Credit Suisse is better today
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                    • I'm quietly amazed by how much the bears trying hard to keep the stock down , it only tells me one thing: big money wants to get in for long and hold , they try to get the cheapest price, that's how it always been.BUY and HOLD , you be amazed how much the stock can run once the big money in position, you can never time it.
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                      • There is no reason to buy at these levels, wait for a break at 30...but only for those who will supplement because we expect to see 26-27 by the end of the year
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                        • Roy NisaniThe optimists :-) ... sorry for the mistake
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                        • so u try time the bottom to buy? alright, good luck
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                        • There is a 4.76% dividend yield at this level. Seems to be a compelling reason to buy. Intel seems to be focused on Domestic Chip Fabrication which most agree is needed. What if it doesn't go lower?
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                      • The story and graphics look like AT&T to me...
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                        • Roy Nisanihonest question, why not just buy broadcom for the dividend? None of the intel weaknesses and a pretty solid moat and growth, while priced fairly. That 5% yield is unsustainable and market’s forward looking. Intel isn’t even cheap on a NTM PE basis, probably 20x+ while haemorraging cash. And in Q3 earnings, you know they are going to decrease their guidance for Q4 (the big absurd spike).
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                        • as I said, let's talk in 5 years and see if this price was cheap or not , u realize this entire drop from 40s is solely because we in bear market? when we get back to bull market , expect 40s again as base case for the stock
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                        • Roy Nisanifair enough and I’d argue your base case is also the most likely one. But you’d make significantly more on just about any other semi. To catch up, Intel needs to successfully deploy 3 nodes and the 3rd one has to beat TSMN 3nm (which is mere months away). And Intel needs to magically rush packaging tech to catch up to AMD. But there’s Samsung too, investing much more than Intel. And GFS for the low end. If leading edge fails, Intel’s basically stuck serving latent demand during foundry oversupply-price war. In contrast, what I like about broadcom is absolute domination in its niche & significant moat. Plus the ~4% div yield.
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