And Intel is no different. But Intel has a lot more positives to cheer about.
And the negatives can be remedied by Intel.
My humble suggestion to you writing articles would be this.
Educate investors of the many positives of Intel, and be patient
on Intel's negatives. Give them time. If you have suggestions, call or
write Intel IR or management if possible.
It doesn't help investor confidence if all the little discrepencies at Intel
is brought front and center. Other much richly valued stocks, including QCOM,
have their issues too and it will come to light in actuality. They may have something
good going for them now, but in time they may lose that mojo themselves and Intel
could be the reason behind it.
I liked you Motley Fool article by the way where you reminded readers about how Kirk Skaugen
said that they have record i5 and i7 shipments.
I actually did not get to hear that part yet. If it's actually true, thanks for bringing that out.