It’s no secret that Intel’s momentum is good right now, but what does this rising trend mean long term. Can we finely be talking about a long term rise and good stock performance in the future, or is this just a temporary bump and Intel realistically... — read more
I have to admit I'm surprised, but I'm not complaining. I've been worried about Intel for a while, but lately, it has made a few good moves and it's reflected in the stock price. I was close to selling a few months ago, but now I'm glad I didn't do... — read more
Any thoughts on the new foundry model?
I admit that intel was on my radar in the last couple of years but as things are turning out this could perhaps be the most dangerous stock in the tech sector that one can buy. Here are my main points on why I think this is the case. Intel hasn't... — read more
As far as I could have seen it is true that Intel will invest $10B in ARM. How could that impact the stock performance? Lookin at it from one side it looks like a good investment. On the other hand 10 B is a big investment, maybe even too big to put... — read more
Huge disappointment when I saw Intel's earnings report. It was to be expected though, due to the challenging macroeconomic environment both revenues and earnings declined year over year. I am now interested in what is the probability that the... — read more
Obviously I’m talking about the situation with the less then perfect Q1 results. I won’t go that far to suggest that anything major will happen in the following days, but I don;t think it is crazy to say that we could be at the beginning of a big... — read more
Recently this stock has been doing better than AMD. As the next earnings release approaches, Intel gains as market dips. Stock closed at $29.29 yesterday. What is going on here?
I’m honestly thinking of dumping Intel stock and buying AMD, which means settling for a smaller portion of the shares. Intel seems to be going nowhere right now, the predictions in the investor circles are far from good and the dividend is, as far as... — read more
I didn't expect it would happen but it did. I think Intel is in much worse shape than we even realize. I can't sell now because I'd be losing too much money so I'll keep hoping that things will turn around, but something major needs to change for... — read more
I want to buy but I can't understand why it's so low when it was more than double a year ago.
I hope it won't be like that, but chances are that INTC will fall even more, almost to $20. I will wait a little longer and then buy. I remember the last big wave of layoffs 5 or 6 years ago, when the company cut about 12,000 jobs. The stock was... — read more
In the second quarter, revenue tumbled significantly. Intel reported a net loss. Now it seems that the leadership is working to address the company's issues, investing a large amount of money on expansion projects. That's good. However, I am... — read more
AMD is taking market share from Intel. INTC has become a laughing stock. However, I know people who have carefully considered the situation and decided to invest their money here. I was just reading some articles about the reasons why you should... — read more
So far, shares have shed a third of their value this year. What should it mean now that the CEO bought over $500,000 in stock in the open market? Is this how they try to restore trust? Should this encourage us to buy as much stock as we can now that... — read more
And to be very precise, the recent dive and stock value and the poor earning don’t worry me too much. It’s the general performance and the direction in which Intel is heading that’s upsetting to me as a stockholder. Intel always performed... — read more
Too many people seem to be catastrophizing due to the latest earnings report. Yes, things are not great but they're not as bad as they might seem either. Just look at the bigger picture and you'll see what I mean. This guy gets it:... — read more
AMD and NVDA continue to rise, while INTC is going down. That surprises me a bit, given the INTC plants in Ohio and Arizona. Some think that it would not be a surprise if the stock goes down to $35, so I am in a dilemma whether to buy more at a... — read more
I was hoping to get some more insight into this. I have decided to buy Intel Shares. I figure, keeping in mid the volatility in the stock value that caused many people in the stock game some headaches that Intel as a company belongs at least over the... — read more
With INTC planning to IPO the auto tech division, I'm considering buying more shares to take advantage of an easy gain of the new company's stock. Some analysts are not too thrilled with the move, so I'm still undecided. What is everybody else... — read more
The CPU will launch in just a few weeks, and Intel claims it will be its fastest ever to launch across all segments from laptops to desktops. Hence, with a leadership CPU and a rock solid roadmap, the AMD threat on the PC side looks... — read more
It’s understandable that a steady decline in the value of Intel stock got a lot of people worried but in my eyes, this is turning out to be a good investment opportunity. To be realistic: Intel had its share of bumps and problems in its business in... — read more
For now, I don't take seriously those who say that $INTC will suffer. Some opt for shorting but I don’t think it’s a good idea.
I swore by Intel for years, but I've concluded that while once this might have been a winning stock, it no longer is. AMD, on the other hand, has been outperforming my wildest expectations since I added it to my portfolio. I'm at the point where I... — read more
I think I will pick some INTC shares. The price is definitely good at this point compared to other companies in the business and the stock appears to be on a steady rise. This good momentum off stock performance may even pick up speed in the near... — read more
Even though a lot of folks are skeptical about how long this upward momentum can go on for Intel I still think it’s a good time to buy. The company made a lot of investments and is definitely trying to strengthen its core business. While all those... — read more
I’m not convinced of a turnaround and a big comeback of Intel’s stock stages predicted by some analysts, especially after TSMC announced a $100 billion investment to bolster its chip fabrication capacity. I decided not to buy yet.