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  • intc_inside intc_inside Jan 18, 2012 9:21 AM Flag

    My guess for Intel's Q4 earnings and Q1 outlook.

    LOL @ 65 cents. They come under 60 cents for Q4 and guide under 50 cents for Q1. Q4 Revenues around $13.6B, Q1 guidance at $12.5B.

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    Wow, an admitted short, predicting dire earnings......shocking!

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    • This guy obviously has not followed Intel guidance relative to actual earnings for the past 3 years.
      I'm looking at the guidance downward revision with $13.7 Billion being the midpoint. Intel said there is higher demand on computers. That it was only a supply issue. At the same time, Intel is holding all of its chip prices strong. So for that reason is why I think Intel will at least come in near the high end of their latest revision. As for the Q1 guidance, I think demand will remain strong. Those who did not buy in Q4 will need it more in Q1. Plus, the hard drive issue will not be much different than Q4.

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      • Hard drive issue is BS - a pathetic excuse. Demand for PCs is fading quickly despite what Intel may say (I believe Gartner over Intel). Q4 was a horrible quarter for PCs. Intel oversupplied the channels and that's why they have lower demand. It will take 2-3 quarters to work through that oversupply.

        I didn't even mention the 10 decline in the Euro, which reduces revenues by 5% and EPS by 10%.

 
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