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  • yourwishismine yourwishismine Oct 8, 2012 4:42 PM Flag

    Intel: Bernstein Says Sell, ASPs Set to Decline

    That guy's an idiot... rating intel underperform and AMD outperform... all I can say is WOW...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Seems like buying it here wouldn't be bad idea. It probably won't go over 23 at earnings, but 4% is a good divy, right?

      • 2 Replies to xeys_00
      • Intel has a long term plan to set the dividends at 40% of profits. The dividend level will typically lag the profit levels are currently at 30%. This implies there is some headroom between the 30% and 40%. Profits can drop down or dividends can be bumped up toward the 40% of profits level.

        Beyond the profits target, Intel has even a larger buffer between its cash flow and the dividend payment.

        The dividend is very well covered.

        Your $23 target is close but I have not surprised at what analysts are saying. Bernstein even said that Q3 might be good but the future quarters are going to be a problem. Berstein has shifted the date out 6 months.

        OH!!!!
        We should also hear from Nomura, Romit Shah tomorrow and he will echo the bad news. He will maintain his REDUCE and also lower his target below his current $22. Romit likes to take his target down to CURRENT PRICE minus $2.

      • Buying here would be a very bad idea because you will soon be able to get it 10 % lower and get an extra .25% divy in addition --Why would you want to lose 10% to make 4

 
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