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Intel Corporation Message Board

  • amdmonkey72 amdmonkey72 Dec 1, 2012 1:07 PM Flag

    OK---Intel stock has sucked for 12 years. The CEO was pushed out. An inflexion point is here.

    Inflection point, a curve and a start of a change.
    The stock is priced as if Intel was going to go down and was never going to recover.

    Why is it the street mob has this view? Phone chips and Apple.
    Apple is seen as an Intel killer. Apple has a fanatic following in the stock market and since it went from 20 to 700, one cannot blame these Apple droids for being religiously connected to Apple.
    BUT--it is not just Apple, Intel is not seen in volume in any smart phones yet. Android based phones in America are NOT using Intel chips.
    NO good news is being priced into Intel shares.

    So to my point. Inflection point--the curve or change--it is here. Intel has removed its CEO.
    A new CEO will be much younger and ready to push Intel into areas where it has never gone before.

    The markets? Well they respond to money.
    Likely Intel will have breathtaking profits in the years ahead after it gets into volume production of phone chips.
    In fact, likely the phone chips will become just another branch of a computer chip and the phone will become just a talking computer machine in your pocket.
    The new CEO might push Intel into retail and have Intel making its own Phones for sale.
    What? You cannot do that? Why not--Apple and Samsung already do that.

    Near term---a deal with Apple could be announced. Stock would go up 50% or more soon after that announcement. Google-Motorola phones with Intel chips start shipping in the spring. Great news.

    Yes shorty has done well with Intel from 29 down to 19. But that idiot James Cavello will never see his 16 on Intel.
    When a n Apple deal or Motorola shipments start--30 and higher fast.

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