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35.59 +0.22    +0.62%
11/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
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Type:  Equity
Market:  United States
  • Volume: 35,334,776
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 35.49 - 36.29
Intel 35.59 +0.22 +0.62%
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James Martin
James Martin 3 hours ago
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With bond yields in negative territory conservative money pension funds are going to be looking for bargain stocks that pay dividends. Companies with solid revenue and long term growth prospects. I see conservative capital flows going into intel as Fed pivot becomes more apparent. Stock buy backs at this bargain price makes sense another bullish case. What is the reason for me to be bearish at this price..
Boris Borisov
Boris Borisov 13 hours ago
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It's about the dividend...It's now at an all-time high, unlike the profit, which is moving in the other direction. A dividend reduction can logically be expected.
James Martin
James Martin 3 hours ago
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Don't agree with your thesis demand for chips will grow exponentially in fourth revolution. You are assuming chips sre like cassette tapes which got displaced by newer technology Chips are wheels of technology complex to make barriers to entry. There is a reason why intel is building fabs spending millions. Temporary disruptions we saw to supply demand due to lockdown is over. We are likely to see demand for chips exponentially increase going forward. Geopolitical uncertainties benefit intel fabs.
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James Martin 13 hours ago
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Such good dividends and potential recovery in price why sell.
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ZmanTrading 14 hours ago
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Sell this ******* Such bad earnings!
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Vedant Hurdle Rate 17 hours ago
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Cmon get to 40 so I can short again 🤤
James Martin
James Martin 16 hours ago
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Some people only learn the hard way.
LL MM
LL MM 15 hours ago
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You apparently did not James. Dont give advises you cant hold yourself.
LL MM
LL MM 15 hours ago
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hippocrit
James Martin
James Martin 20 hours ago
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Applying a previously winning strategy in a rapidly changing world and expecting same result is feeble minded
James Martin
James Martin 20 hours ago
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Cycles repeat but investing strategies are not recurring if it were so easy we would all be millionaires.
James Martin
James Martin Aug 10, 2022 3:35PM ET
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Those betting against intel will regret it.
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James Martin
James Martin 19 hours ago
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When future potential isn't reflected in price there is value. Also keep in mind with inflation peaking so too is tightening. Bonds are negative yielding so a wave of conservative money is going to be looking for long term opportunity. Dividend paying intel with a long term future could attract future capital flows.
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Insight 19 hours ago
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its interesting "what you keep" in mind and what not. You dont really take any of my arguments into consideration and only throw in random general things. apart from dividends there isnothing to get here for 2 years at least. the stock price will be the same in 1-2 years.
James Martin
James Martin 19 hours ago
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When company has conviction to make capex that is bullish. I like toi nvest companies that make products people need and want. This is not a middle man Enron operation
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LL MM 19 hours ago
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Hahaha Insight seriously ignore this dude. He is like a broken record on endless repeat while the stock price has been constantly on decline for the past the 1.5 years. It's a classic value trap.If you got in too early you sit on heavy losses, if you reach the bottom you sit solely on dividends. There are much better stock picks for FY22
James Martin
James Martin 19 hours ago
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The broken record is the one crying value trap as their short profits evaporate faster than their tears.
Boris Borisov
Boris Borisov Aug 10, 2022 3:07PM ET
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Today the indices are making impressive growth, but Intel is almost in half. This is almost always a bearish confirmation sign... As the saying goes - a rising tide lifts all boats except the broken ones...
James Martin
James Martin Aug 10, 2022 3:07PM ET
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Company earning billions in revenue investing in capex, best positioned to win from chip act and riding long technology wave ipaying highest dividends in its sector is not broken. Smart money knows a bargain from a broken boat.
James Martin
James Martin Aug 10, 2022 10:39AM ET
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Peak inflation peak tightening grab your place on money teat.
 
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