Intel Corporation (INTC)

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  • Insight can you talk about Intel core 12900K faster than 5950x pls?
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    • Do you think that intel will be relevant in 2023?
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    • Yes. But 2021 is lost. They will probably be able to recover in 2022 a part of what was lost before ( but mostly non-dc products), due to a less inferior product pipeline by then. The real big competitive battle however will start in H1/2023. Just dont forget how much money intel has to put up to get out of this misery, so even if they partially recover saleswiese partially in 2022, all those huge expenses (idm2) will take big toll on their eps and profits in 2022/23. However from there it should get easier for intel, but still price wars might kick in.
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    • hog wash
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  • Intel will give us some official info on the 26th on what to expect from its production process and idm2. They will say 7nm is on track like clock work with ETA 2023 lol, and meanwhile they will have to put meteor lake on tsmc s 3nm node. I am not surprised they do this a few days after the earnings report, considering it will show up another decline in DC again and probably lowering nb sales.
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    • intel is buying their own shares reducing dividend pay outs.they dont want stock price ripping up.
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    • https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/intel-will-focus-less-buying-back-company-stock-ceo-2021-05-02/Intel did back then, with PAT things will be different. Whem he was hired. it was part of a deal cutting back buybacks. Apart from that your perspective is very narrow minded, a stock price is affected by much more than just mere buy backs.
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  • https://www.anandtech.com/show/16818/intel-accelerated-webcast-on-july-26th-update-on-process-technology-and-roadmaps intel will give us some official info on what to expect. They will say 7nm is on track like clock work with ETA 2023 lol, and meanwhile they will put meteor lake on tsmc s 3nm node. I am not surprised they do this a few days after the earnings report, considering it will show up another decline in DC again and probably lowering nb sales.
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    • what a wonderful company huge moat it will be here forever
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      • https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-skylake-chip-architect-returns-shlomit-weiss-gelsinger
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        • Pat is now starting to desperately beat around himself to get some gov funding for his fabs saying not to rely on tsmc. but in fact tsmc is the only reason why taiwan is still taiwan. China dares a lot but they would also jeopardize tsmc fabs by an invasion, which would also fire back on them, globally. What a sad sob trying to pull every possible card: https://www.hardwaretimes.com/intel-ceo-warns-against-overreliance-on-tsmc-suggests-looking-for-alternative-foundries-intel-fabs/
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          • Can you talk about 1.72% market share gain in Steam by Intel in comparison with the loss of Amd this quarter pls?
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          • Sure, if you want to.Intel gained shares in the low budget and thus low margin sector.AMD had barely any competitive products placed at the lower end, creating a gap that intel was been able to fill.You should however ask yourself if that is a good thing.AMD keeps on focusing on selling mainly products (DC/EPYCs) with high margins due to capacity constraints. Intel meanwhile could slightly profit rather from selling cheaper cpus, in big numbers but only with a fraction of the profits.This is basically a trade in ASP products (average selling price) and also profits (high vs low margins). That's also a reason why intel will not be able to increase their margins anytime in the near future again.First of all they dont have any competitive products till Mid2022 (DC/HPE), and secondly if spr/spr-x pops up, they cant go with skyhigh prices anymore.They will continue to face strong competition. This is in general bad for any competititor.Considering the low budget desktop segment, AMD started pushing out cheaper APUs but they are cautios because they dont want to sit on inventory and thus money that sits around and does nothing, while having hefty demand for EPYCs.Intel meanwhile has to focus on anything that they can sell at all.And by the way, according to reports wks ago, Intels sales numbers (NB/desktop cpus/oem+retail) started already to decline by >10%.This is however not officially confirmed yet and the reason is not entirely clear either (digestion, lower demand, TL-transition). So either way, as long Intel looses especially shares in the dataserver segment,their general margins will only drop further leading to worse P/E's. They wont be able to quench dropping server cpu sales with increasing low budget components since the TAM is limited.Takeawaynote: Intel is transforming from selling expensive cpus to rather cheaper cpus, causing dropping profits while at the same time having to lift extremely high expenses.This will have a noticeable impact on profits.
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        • Take out your money and enjoy your summer in July. Comeback after correction. and you can earn much compared to others.
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          • rise my child
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            • If this were mortal kombat, it would have been time for a finishing move.
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              • It was an accident waiting to happen and I told you multiple times. Anyhow ttyl after the earnings, next drop incoming.
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              • Sometimes I think you are a bot
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            • imagine if you would bought amd stock instead intel you would be so much money instead lsoing XD
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              • Imagine you bought bitcoin at 10cent. That verb you use imagine. Keep your imagintation going kid
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            • Another Intel product delay, this one for its next-gen data-center chip
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              • AMD will keep taking market shares on those products
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              • all goes for amd even google chose amd
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            • https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intels-timeline-slips-10nm-sapphire-rapids-to-enter-production-in-2022
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              • in case you wonder why most tech stocks go up, its cuz Micron will be reporting quarterly results indicating how healthy the semiconductor in general runs.
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                • Nokia had strong fundamentals too. Well, look where they are today. Find the flaw.Either way, I can not recommend an investment in intel, at least currently, they are stuck.Give it another 4-7 months before you hop in. You will be able to jump in probably lower while not being stuck in a long sideways or downwards movement for half a year and blocking your cash.Optionally you can participate in the pump and dump game between every earnings report, buy days after the earnings report, and sell before.
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                • intel is like nokia 2 people think its too big to fail lol
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                • when your products are worse than competition (amd) which sells better stuff for same or cheaper price youre screwd
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              • Window11 push up intel 70
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                • it is crazy how undervalued intc is
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                  • its value trap and overvalued
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                • https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-ceo-pat-gelsinger-restructures-key-groups-navin-shenoy-to-leave-companyAnother example for good but also bad news at the same time and that is the problem with most news on Intel. They need to undergo restructure, no doubt about that and hence its inevitable. However that comes always with an expensive price tag. It will be always on the cost of short and middle-term growth coupled with uncertainty on the longterm while increasing drastically expenses!! and thus worsening eps/pe/growth/sales. There are theoretically many good reasons to invest in Intel , but dont forget there are also just as many or more bad reasons. With extremely increasing expenses and trying to put only half a foot into already well established markets, how you gonna expect to have any time soon lower PEs ? Notebook/apu and dc sales were already declining in May/June for Intel. Apart from that, you should remember that foundry business will never be as lucrative as Intels DC-business has been. Those margins are passé, unreachable for years to come! So dont take Intel as a self-propelling. There are many chances, but there are just as many risks and those huge expenses are the biggest risk to an investors pocket.
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                  • And it's you again writing essays on Intel risks... I can't believe someone would waste this kind of time with same story over and over
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                • nvdia down intel up
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                  • intel down, nvidia amd only gone up
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                • Intriguing that they took down an American flag and put up a rainbow flag.
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                  • Lol
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                • What is the news guys? Why is Intc in dark red today?
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                  • overpriced , amd and nvidia stealing intels lunch
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                • sad intel fanboys still hyping ripoff products with bad pricing and thinking intel is good hahahah
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                  • They sort of manufacture a bunch of others people's stuff
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                  • nobody buys from intel, they choose amd
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                • lets see when intels margisns start to go down suddenly p/e is closer to 20-30 wonder if these people call this "cheap anymore" hahah
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                  • Strong Buy!!!
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                    • strong sell, strong buy nvidia amd
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                  • At least there is one thing you can count on with Intel, bad news xDTight supply for Intel new CPUsIntel has announced two new Tiger Lake-U Refresh processors at Computex 2021,but tight supply of the latest CPUs is undermining notebook vendors' plans oflaunching devices using the new offersings from the US chip giant.Unstable shipments of Intel's recently introduced Tiger Lake-U Refresh processors,coupled with the ongoing shortages of certain ICs, will put pressure on the supplychain in releasing notebooks with the new processors in the third quarter of 2021,according to industry sources.
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                    • get a life
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                    • Zzzzzzz...
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                  • intel is so desperate on news they are having Raja doing some breadcrumbing to keep them investors in good humor by posting pics of DG2 GPUs. Its so pathetic. Deliver or seriously just be quite Intel. https://www.tomshardware.com/news/raja-koduri-demonstrates-dg2-gpu-with-512-execution-units
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                    • good luck shorting intel, amd fanboy :)
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                    • I love posts with rallying crying but no real information on why.Anyhow, why would I short at the beginning of a bull trap that ends at the next earning report,just like it did the last couple of earnings reports before - for very good reasons.People are dreaming and don't really want to see or know the technical mess intel is in.It's so funny, because you don't really need to be a pro to know that with that roadmapanother 2-3 slides are pretty much guaranteed, everything else is just wishful thinking.If I would recommend shorting, I would do it shortly before the earnings report. Next earnings are on Jul29, and that is still a long time time to go. With those currently skyrocketing expenses and no perspective for easing pressure within the next 9 months,especially margins will just sack further before they might recover to some degree in 2 yrs from now.Sapphire rapids being delayed once more only adds up to the mess they are already deep in.Apart from that, you mix up the terminology fanboy and investor.I am particular only interested in ROI (return of investment) and usually if you want to invest, you analyse your potential investment.AMD has currently the better position and perspective for many more quarters to come, simple as that.And of course this might change some day, but its obvious due to simple technical restrictions that this cant happen over night.If you think Intel already passed the bottom, then you will be disabused sooner or later.IC development is very protracted.
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                  • In case anybody has not seen it (you didnt really miss anything), intels computex keynote was a huge disappointment. youtube com/watch?v=OnNZ3hCjIvs
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                    • Go to amd page then
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