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INTC - Intel Corporation

Discussion in 'Stock Message Boards NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX' started by Tiptopptrader, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. anotherdevilsadvocate

    anotherdevilsadvocate Well-Known Member

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    Not interested until they get a real CEO.
    The one they got now has no background in science research; he was just the CFO.
    Company is doing everything wrong, so much that they're getting lapped by AMD and they've failed in 5G so far
     
  2. StockJock-e

    StockJock-e Brew Master
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    Exactly!

    So if this is the floor based upon all you said there...
     
  3. T0rm3nted

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    Maybe I'm misunderstanding your post, but based on what @anotherdevilsadvocate said, this is NOT the floor unless they get a new CEO.
     
  4. Kat

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    Intel is moving in the channel, from its lower boundary. There is no trend, the Ichimoku lines are lined up in an uptrend order, but the price fell below the cloud. Now we are observing the state of the market - flat. Oscillators are oversold. If we buy Intel, we will not stand against the trend. I think it will rise at least to the middle of the channel.
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  5. Kat

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    Well, Intel has already moved up. It moves well to the middle of the channel according to the forecast.
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  6. StockJock-e

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    Earnings tomorrow
     
  7. bigbear0083

    bigbear0083 Content Manager
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    Intel Powers to SOX to a New High
    Fri, Oct 25, 2019

    Driven by a solid earnings report from Intel (INTC) after the close yesterday, the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index (SOX) is trading at another marginal new all-time high today. After a poor earnings report from Texas Instruments (TXN) on Tuesday, it seemed as though the rally in the semis would be put on hold, but that break didn't last long. Looking at the chart, it's pretty amazing how the index has made multiple new highs over the last six months but still remains less than 1.7% from where it was back in April. Talk about coiling!

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    As mentioned, the strength in the SOX today is being driven by a big gain in INTC which is trading up over 6% in reaction to earnings, which would be the stock's best one-day reaction to earnings since January 2018. With today's move, INTC is finally starting to fill the gap from its disastrous earnings report back in April when the stock dove 9%.

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    INTC's rally today is also resulting in a golden cross where the stock's 50-day moving average is crossing above the 200-day moving average as both are rising. Since 1990, INTC has only had 15 prior golden crosses with the most recent being more than two years ago in September 2017. In the table below, we summarize how the stock has historically performed following each of its prior golden crosses. Looking at the results, short term performance usually fell victim to profit-taking, but over the longer-term, the stock recovered and rallied. While the average one-week return was a decline of 0.37% (median: -0.69%) with gains less than half of the time, six and twelve months later the stock had double-digit returns with gains nearly three-quarters of the time. More recently, INTC has also had positive returns six and twelve months after each of its last four golden crosses.

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  8. TheSmelloscope

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    I've owned a small amount of INTC for about 10 years. Trying to decide if it's currently ripe for holding, buying, or selling.

    In hopes of figuring it out, I'll be closely comparing INTC against seven of its peers. I'll post the results here once I'm done.

    I welcome your thoughts/advice/critiques as it seems nearly everyone in this thread has more experience and knowledge than me.

    Here are the competitors I've chosen for INTC:
    TSM
    NVDA
    AVGO
    TXN
    ASML
    QCOM
    AMD

    I'll be evaluating them on the basis of the following:
    Fundamental Value
    Management Effectiveness
    Insider Holdings & Activity
    Recent Industry & Company News
    Dividend Health
    Pro-Analyst Aggregated Ratings
    Social Vibe (i.e.- Stockaholics, Twitter, Reddit, Fool)
     
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  9. TheSmelloscope

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    @bigbear0083 - Excellent analysis from October, thank you.
     
  10. TheSmelloscope

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    I recently compared INTC to peers. Here's the peer group I used: TSM, NVDA, AVGO, TXN, ASML, QCOM, and AMD.

    Information technology has been outperforming the S&P recently, and semiconductors have been particularly impressive. This made me skeptical about the future of the industry, but after taking a close look, I'm not seeing any major signs for concern. To me it seems there could still be room for growth.

    In particular, INTC, TXN, and NVDA are all looking strong. And TSM seems to be the dominating force outside of the US.

    Curious what you think about this industry? Do you think it will continue to outperform the S&P over the next 5 years?
     

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