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  • wildandwacky39 wildandwacky39 Nov 29, 2012 5:30 PM Flag

    Got out today

    Today's NPD number spooked me. 21% drop from last year. Even if touch based devices sold well, they are Atom-based machine which means less profit for Intel. If last month (October) was also this bad, this spells bad quarter. I think the next quarter could be just as bad since the only PCs selling are the Clover Trails which means again less profit. Thoughts?

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    • Big mistake IMO. You might want to try to buy back, maybe a bit cheaper. The reasons are: the dividend is in no trouble and INTC could raise it if they saw fit to do so based on positive cash flows. INTC remains strong on research and innovation. INTC is severely oversold right now and many say it will rebound in 2013 to PT of $30 (Seeking Alpha). I recall in the past that analysts were a couple times ready to write off Big Blue; however, IBM always rebounded based on its superior position. Management, cash and R&D development. I'm going to begin buying more shares INTC at under $20. I'm betting also that Goldman will start buying before it gets to $16. I see no reason to wait as it may not go there. That's a truly aburd thought. Remember, tech is disruptive and intel remains a strong survivor in the IBM mold. Also, some patience is necessary to play this game. Apple was a low-teens stock for many years before its meteoric rise! You may want to reconsider at some point.......

    • Thanks for your negativity you must view a half glass of water half empty instead of half full. good bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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