Intel Corporation (INTC_KZ)

27.73
-0.02(-0.07%)
  • Volume:
    390
  • Bid/Ask:
    27.61/27.76
  • Day's Range:
    27.67 - 27.93
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  • Similarly, Goldman Sachs also slashed the price target on Intel to $24 per share (from $30) while reaffirming the Sell rating.
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    • they just want it cheap that's all , never listen to analysts, their upgrades down or up always come from their bank position ;) intel will go 24 then they will buy , then 1 year later they upgrade to 50 , that's how always it has been , crooks of Wall Street
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    • it's the bank who told you to buy Nvidia at 300 and Tesla at 1300, then slash their target later
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  • did it split?
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    • On the Intel side, there are many questions about whether or not Intel will cut spending on their capacity expansion as their business slows down significantly. This week, Dr. Randhir Thakur and Pat Gelsinger responded to these questions at the Intel Innovation conference.When is the last time that a recession lasts for four or five years? Its impact on the industry may last several quarters like two, three or four quarters. You cannot be driven by near-term financials. We are investing for the long term. That’s our strategy.Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEOThis quote is in stark contrast to what they are telling some suppliers. We know suppliers who have already received cancellations in orders. Others have already received pushbacks in order delivery dates. These cuts pertain to both the Malaysia packaging facility build-out and wafer fabs in other geographies. While most media fawned over the prior quote as proof Intel will not waiver on spending, we want to draw special attention to this portion of that same response.Yes, we need to manage our cash carefully.Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEOIntel must manage its working capital very closely due to the implosion of the PC business and major share losses in servers. We believe the “short-term” business issues have affected their original buildout plans. Through multiple sources within the supply chain, SemiAnalysis can confirm that the recent significant demand decrease is causing Intel to undergo a review of all supplier purchase orders. Intel is at least partially driven by short-term working capital concerns.Moving onto the industry giant of TSMC, they are slowing their buildout due to an overcapacity of 7nm wafers in Q1 next year. The 3nm node is also having very slow uptake. The buildout plans for N3 are much more tepid versus what may have been planned previously. For reference, we expect TSMC to ramp up to 45,000 wafers per month for the N3 process family ~1 year after initial shipment. Compare this to the N5 and N7 buildouts, where wafer starts eclipsed 45,000 wafers per month within only ~6 months of initial shipment. https://semianalysis.substack.com/p/semiconductor-fab-buildout-delays
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      • This is what I have been saying for months. Intel price dropped due to loss of market share. Then recession concerns, Then AMD and Nvidia tanked and brought INTC down more. Then INTC historically bad earnings report. At this point no one has any confidence in what Pat is saying. EITHER he is clueless or lying. Might be a nice guy but Pat has to go. Intel needs to replace most of the c-suite and 40% of the employees. We knew for a year earnings were going to keep going down. The failures and recession are baked into the current stock price.
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    • Its going to 10
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      • lol
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      • Its more likely to goto 50 than 10. Based on existing fab production and subsidies, its at book value and is arguably profitable. Why would a company making money, with low libiiltes and a high book value lose 70% of its market cap?
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    • I can easily get breakeven in 6-8 years.
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      • San MarinaMichael has 0 understanding of geopolitics. China doesn’t have the capability to naval invade Taiwan anyway, all they can do is bomb them back to stone age in which case no one wins. Taiwan has missiles that can reach Beijing & the three gorges dam. Yeah a war isn’t happening for the foreseeable future - Xi already said they are targetting 2027 to “build capability”.
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      • Not sure what is up with this board. I never said anything about Ukraine. Ukraine was a former SOVIET country that broke free from Russia. Taiwan IS a territory of China and China allows some local autonomy. Now if you are suggeting that Taiwan will leave China like Ukraine did then doesn't that suggest China will use force to oppose a sepearate Taiwan? Puerto Rico is a territory of the US but has a local government. Some people want to make it a state and thus subject to US laws Some people Puerto Ricans want to stay indpendent, some even want Puerto Rico to seperate from the USA. Regardless China is not happy with Taiwan. There is real trade issue happening now and the US thinks it will be 2 years before China will take Taiwan. Many countries feel it could be any day. So maybe tomorrow, maybe 2 years maybe who knows. But the reality is if China takes Taiwan, chip exportations will likely slow or stop.
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      • Both Taiwan and China claim to be the actual China and accept the one-China principle, but both are independent nations. China doesn’t allow anything, they CAN’T stop Taiwan and have tried before. That’s the status quo. I mean Taiwan literally follows US sanctions and doesn’t allow advanced chips to be sold to China. Maybe read a book or something instead of blabbing like a rtard. Read up on the three-gorges dam - Taiwan has the capability to missile it and flood one-third of China.
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    • soon under book value
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      • Considering the government will soon be offsetting some of the debt from the unfinished FABs it will be even more below book.
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    • intel should drop to 15-20 per unit..
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      • God I hope so that would be better than a ********
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    • So happy for all the 1998 buyers. They are finally in the green again. 🤣
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      • You amd stans are so naive, that you dont even consider 4 percent dividend paid every quarter and judge a dividend company by it's price like your non dividend amd.
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      • So Sad4 percent now. Wasn’t that high throughout 1998-2022. And it’s a rtarded comparison. Amd still made much more over the same period with share price appreciation. 🤷‍♂️ Plus assuming a 4% or any dividend yield will remain is naive - intel’s getting slaughtered in market share while unsustainably burning money.
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      • So Sadyou are complete ignor.ant in investment and economy. If you earn 4% per year, this means you only gained 80-100%. Do you know how many multiples other tech made? AMD for example was less than $2 seven years ago. Also, have you heard of currency depreciation? If you paid $27 for a stock 25 years ago it means like you paid like 50$ or 60$ in todays money. Please go learn some basic economy.
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    • 2nd day of intel innovation, hoping to get some benchmarks of gen 13. especially 13600
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      • lol on 10nm chips while amd is already 5 nm chip
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      • Maverick Retail Noob You know those were just marketing terms, right? They're not even used by anyone anymore. Intel is roughly a node behind.
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      • Real world performance and costs are the only that matter to me. Honestly I don't care about desktop chip, haven't owned a desktop in 20 years. I suspect the 5nm will help AMD mobile chips perform better, intels design refindments seem to be helping. I said I was hoping for data, not saying "10nm" is superior to "5nm". Seriously you need to stop attacking people and making false assumptions of what they are saying.
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    • AMD should get it over and buy Intel 🤣
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      • Not a good idea. AMD wanted to get rid of its fab, why would they want to get back into the same dilemma again. Only top node fabs are interesting for AMD, and even then you d have to take care of upgrading etc. Its very expensive and doesnt make sense. One of the problems that Intel had. And by the way, why would AMD want to dilute its CAGR further down by acquiring Intel. And last but not least, they got rid of Raja back then. I dont think they want him back :D
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      • Intel has a higher market cap and more access to captial. I would like to see Nvidia buy INTC.
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      • Lol. Would be a major liability. Why buy the inferior foundry with substandard products. Intel needs a booming industry to maintain volumes as they keep haemorraging market share.
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    • Interestig article about CEO Pat when he was at Vmware. https://www.crn.com.au/news/behind-vmwares-allegedly-manipulated-earnings-over-multiple-years-585593
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      • Our only hope is a new Csuite or a hostile take over. Even Tawain getting invaided isnt going to save INTC from Pat the worst CEO since Elizabeth Holmes
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        • There won't be any hostile take overs, the gov would block it. Thats why Intels high asset quote can not really help a lot in buffering the stock price downwards. Its only of use in case they have to resell assets to get money, which represent net value in some way. Either way ... this will be a painful ride for Intel. I would bet my horses after the harsh beating rather on AMD than on Intel. at least for the next 12 months. if intels stock price should still be under 30 usd you might rotate your money back from AMD to Intel partially.
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        • Well pat needs to go. I read he got 174 million for 2021 which was a disaster. Maybe he will get 300 million for 2022 which is looking worse.
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        • I haven't owned an AMD stock since 2001. Nor would I buy an INTC stock as an investment. If I were to own any chip company it would be NVIDIA and Maybe TSMC when it shuts down its China (taiwan) locations.
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      • This price of below $27 existed in 1998. Happy 25th anniversary guys. 🦖
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        • https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/events/on-event-series/innovation.html
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          • pat brags about the milestone of a 6ghz processor that doesn't exist and isn't for sale. He really thinks exagerated claims are groundbreaking achievements.
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          • Good job. Now apply the same critical thiking skills to all of Intel, segment-by-segment. Exagerrations and misrepresentations all-around.
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          • Vedant Hurdle Rateno matter how bad Pat is the book value of Intel and the brand name has real value.
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        • Lol the delusion @michael 🤡
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          • $30 today? Unlikely but It might happen.
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            • are you joking?
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            • I was hoping we would hear about the Gen 13 chips. We got 1 minute on the 13900, with no real specifics, just that its coming an its the best, trust us.
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          • Hoping for some big news tomorrow at innovation 2022. Hopefully they tell us about gen13, Roomer is 30-40% performance increase over gen12. I don't believe it, but hope so. AMD 7600x is a flop so far.
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            • rumor*
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          • i9 12900k get slap from amd 7950x
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            • What's cracking. Intel is now on its 8 year low.
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              • general wide sell-off of the entire market, the almost don't know what they selling , they just playing technicals, this actually the best times across history to enter the markets
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              • the algos don't know what they selling *
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              • Agreed quants are traditionaly trained on transactional data. Eventually humans and instituitons buy stocks which corrects the price and the computers exasperates the situation.
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            • "Both sides of the Taiwan Strait belong to one & the same China. Taiwan is part of China’s territory. China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity has never been split. This is the status quo in the Taiwan Strait and one China is at the heart of this status quo.'
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              • That is china's position. So can Biden tell AMD and NVDA they can't sell products made in china to china? I just don't understand.
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            • TSM down 2%, NVDA down 5%, AMD down 5%. INTC down 1%. Interesting. Is this because of China/Taiwan? Or is it just INTC is over sold and is getting dragged down by other chip stocks and bought up by value buyers? Honestly if INTC gets much lower it will be in take over territory.
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              • its oversold, P/B is close 1 at the moment, and its a value stock with massive assets, massive investments and huge profits, however cost custs are needed as everywhere in the world due to recession
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              • I'm fully support for them to fire 20% of their workforce , ev1 know they have many useless employees over there
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              • The sooner the better. When the last earnings relased I asked a guy i knew who worked there for decades if they were cutting jobs. He said the earnings were actually good and sent me the previous quarters earnings. He didn't even know they failed miserably. To many diversity hires. I bet once they fire 10-20% productivity will double.
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            • still more pain ahead. be patient and wait
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              • Roy Nisanithe estimated October EPS is $0.35 which is barely enough to pay the quarterly dividends. Real problem is the quarters that follow.
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              • so many bear amd bagholders lol , who want to side bet they will not lower their dividends not in the next 5 years not ever , if anything expected increase in 2024 or 2025
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              • Roy Nisaninot a single of us amd are bagholders many bought their shares 80-90s and most of amd shareholders are up big. I bet 80% of intel shareholders are at loss
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            • Tomorrow Pat will address the company, will be very intersting to see what happens to ARC. Even if they make a good chip and fix the drivers its not making money. If they just focus on Mobile GPU chips for laptops I will be happy and will buy shares as an investment.
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              • "US bank chiefs warn of China exit if Taiwan is attacked". Looks like the CCCP might be accelerating plans to replace the current Taiwan government. I guess TSMC's fabs will belong to China. ***INTC still can't make advanced CPU in the USA.
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                • I can't believe they think ****is a bad word
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              • Want to see some capitulative volume on this before considering building a position on this. Preferably a nice long legged hammer candle too..
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                • I want to see some bench marks on Gen 13k vs 7k. Also want to see INTC actually have chips to sell. I Don't think the PC market is supper important for INTC but it will at least show me the leadership can do something.
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