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  • No_more_Intel No_more_Intel Aug 24, 1999 12:27 PM Flag

    More INTC blunders! Ha ha

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    • Roger_Redundant_Roger Roger_Redundant_Roger Aug 25, 1999 12:09 AM Flag

      You wrote:
      By: stocksguru_1
      Date: 8/24/1999
      5:44 pm EDT

      they need the extra margin to feed
      their BLOATED LAZY DUMB ENGINEERS. And to keep their
      stock afloat.

      AMD doesn't need the high margins,
      And its stock is already in the tank..

      Gee,
      I'm not dumb; I've held onto my Intel stock. And as
      for the other pejoratives... What's your point? Is
      there a reason that you have to call us names? As you
      seem to be very fond of AMD, I would think you would
      prefer that Intel personnel would be and remain
      inefficient. Make up your mind, please.

      As for AMD
      stock, it's value is as close to what the company is
      worth if you broke it up for parts and sold it off
      piecemeal, something that they seem to be willing to do,
      whenever they can find a buyer.

      Try to get a grip,
      and stop the verbal
      garbage.

      Regards,

      Roger Roger

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    • before and after the Q2 earnings report when it
      was in the 50's. Until chipset shortages were widely
      reported 50 days ago there were no upgrades of INTC by
      most analysts. The only consistantly bullish
      semiconductor analyst has been Jim Osha of Merril
      Lynch.

      Intel is tracked by ~35 analysts. No analyst is really
      anxious to stray far from the pack. I think most of them
      do research by reading each other's reports to be
      sure. Intel is a easy stock to play if you keep your
      ears to the ground. The news, good or bad, is always
      in the open and an investor has a good a chance as
      any to buy at the low before the analysts pick up the
      same news on the street.

      It's not at all
      unrealistic to be able to gain 100% annual appreciation on
      Intel by a careful program of buying long term leaps in
      April after mutual funds reduce INTC holdings after the
      first quarter of every year. I do not know if such a
      pattern will continue next year, if there is a split, but
      there is a good possibility the same trend will repeat
      itself.

      Intel leaps are at a very low premium. you can get in
      the money 2001 leaps for a $10 premium. ..e.g. the
      Intel $50 year 2001 leaps are going for $38. ..an $8
      premium. If my prediction holds true that INTC should be
      ~$200 by Jan 2001, then those leaps would be worth $150
      in about 15 months.....Merely a 500%
      increase.

      Likewise AMD "investors" can do the same with AMD Leaps.
      However, based on past success, I'm staying with Intel
      Leaps.

    • Gomer2, you say << But not only is not INTC
      an internet stock, it it is turning into a commodity
      stock which means its PE should be in the teens at
      best.>>Semiconductors have long been said to be commodities. Go with
      your odds, I like mine (and INTC's) a lot better.

    • Gomer2, you say
      << But not only is not
      INTC an internet stock, it it is turning into a
      commodity stock which means its PE should be in the teens
      at best.>>
      Semiconductors have long been
      said to be commodities. Go with your odds, I like mine
      (and INTC's) a lot better.

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    • INTC got an analyst upgrade. Analysts upgrade a
      stock only after they have accumulated themselves. The
      trick after that is to guess the top, becuse it will
      fall after that. When, who knows. Must say INTC has
      made one hell of a run after the upgrade, almost like
      an internet stock. But not only is not INTC an
      internet stock, it it is turning into a commodity stock
      which means its PE should be in the teens at best.
      Anyway, following the streaming quotes religiously for
      the last two days, there were allways huge blocks
      sold on the ask and small blocks taken on the bids.
      That is a sign of institutional shorting, actually its
      a bit more involved than that, but that is the way
      it looks. The last two weeks i was shorting SGP and
      PFE. Made some bucks and by the looks of it got out in
      time. Do I know what I am doing...Hell no...but I
      strive for being 75% right and 25% wrong. So far so
      good. Can I be wrong with INTC, absolutely, but i will
      go with the odds.

    • being oversold and due for correction. I have a
      nice put that will make me some decent cash if it
      would just pull back to 70, 65 even better. It won't
      break my heart for a little profit taking right about
      now.

    • It was a bit subtle. I think it went over your head.

    • analyst upgrades on Intel. Intel now owns
      internetct connection services. They are package bundling
      2/3 year ISP contracts with free PC's. To bundle
      package two completely different markets and give
      customers "added value" is considered a stronger marketing
      advantage than competing just one market. However, I to do
      not feel the series up analyst upgrades are
      warrented. Intel will feel emence retail sales pressure on
      CPU's since they are currently offer only second rate
      product to AMD. AMD yeilds are not comming in great but
      are good enough to force significant Retail Sale loss
      for Intel perhaps as early as Q3.

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