They reiterated a neutral rating on March 19, 2013 with a target of $21 a share.
The stock at the time closed at $21.14 a share.
Whoever listened to this clown, miss out on a gain of between 16% if sold today or 23% if sold at its recent high within a 10 week period. And now the clown wants us to sell the stock after Intel makes a huge break in tablet market with Samsung Galaxy win.
He also downgraded the stock back in 2011 to Neutral with a target price of $20.50 when the stock was trading at around $21. About 16 months later, Intel stock reached a high of $29 a share. The whole time, Gus Richards maintained his neutral rating.