Intel says revenues next year will be flat. But, is there future growth ahead?
It looks like the markets may once more spurning shares of Intel.
The chipmaker is down over 5% Friday after the company said next year's revenues would be flat.
Chad Morganlander, portfolio manager at Stifel Nicholaus' Washington Crossing Advisors, says his company is bullish on the Intel.
"We own this stock in our rising dividend portfolio," says Morganlander on CNBC's Street Signs' Talking Numbers segment. "We have a price target of roughly about $28 a share. It's got a 3.7% dividend. And, the dividend growth year-over-year has been over 10%"
While 2014 may be nothing to talk about on the top line, "in 2015, we think this company is going to start growing again," says Morganlander. "The growth of this stock price is going to correlate with their inroad into mobile as well as tablets. If they start to really gain market share there, then the stock starts to take off."
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