Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) had its price objective raised by MKM Partners from $36.00 to $40.00 in a research report released on Friday morning. MKM Partners currently has a neutral rating on the stock.
Shares of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) traded up 0.10% during mid-day trading on Friday, hitting $36.285. The stock had a trading volume of 7,480,288 shares. Intel has a one year low of $23.40 and a one year high of $36.46. The stock has a 50-day moving average of $33.41 and a 200-day moving average of $32.2. The company has a market cap of $175.4 billion and a price-to-earnings ratio of 17.26
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) had its target price lifted by Stifel Nicolaus from $36.00 to $39.00 in a research note released on Friday morning. They currently have a buy rating on the stock.
“Intel hosted its annual investor day at its Santa Clara, CA headquarters on Thursday, 11/20/14. In our view, management’s message was that Intel has been humbled by missing the mobile market and is relying on three strategies, Moore’s Law, integration and shared IP, to both gain share in mobile and be certain they don’t miss the next emerging market. Meanwhile, its core PC business has stabilized and its server business is expected to grow 15% annually. Management provided 2015 full year guidance (which may be conservative) and announced an increase to its dividend. We continue recommending the shares.,” Stifel Nicolaus’ analyst commented.
"98 percent of SCIENTISTS agree with me" 100% of scientists never heard of you!
yes, when they say but they mean sell and when they say sell they mean sell. You gave away all your secrets a long time, sometimes several time a day!
Short Qualcomm, Long Intel Should Continue To Be A Good Trade
Nov. 21, 2014 7:01 PM ET | About: Intel Corporation (INTC), Includes: QCOM
Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. (More...)
•Qualcomm sales and earnings growth has stalled.
•Intel has turned in strong performance.
•A resurgent Intel is a direct threat to Qualcomm longer term.
•This trend has legs.
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) seems to be headed for its first year-over-year earnings decline in a decade with estimates of $5.22 a share on sales growth of a tepid 5%.
The pressure on the company continues as I set out in my March 2014 Seeking Alpha article when the stock was at about $76.00 per share and I put on a short position. Today, the stock struggles to stay over $70.00, while Intel and the overall market surge ahead.
Part of the problem has been the success of Chinese smartphone suppliers like Xiaomi and Lenovo (OTCPK:LNVGY), who have been snagging market share at lower average selling prices, depressing the royalties Qualcomm receives.
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sold way too soon but couldn't stop it because the bids moved to fast. lol Still can never argue with a profit! ;) I just wish PFE would move now that the technical are better.
Nice more than doubled my money on 50 Nov 28 calls purchased yesterday and today @ .47 sold them at 1.10 Guess I could have done better. It was just moving too fast. I usually put a high number on it when it starts moving. Be fore I could check the price again I heard the sale go off. lol
I think they will raise the dividend today ....maybe unveil something we weren't expecting. I always see these meetings as good. It could actually move the stock to a new level. Of course it could disappoint as well. I will go with impress.
Marco does get boring, doesn't he. He may get a small break because INTC is overbought right now. However his constant nonsense just clogs the board.
Intel plans light pulse technology for supercomputers
Nestor E. Arellano
Nestor E. Arellano
Published: November 17th, 2014
Light pulses are already being used to improve power-efficiency and speed up data transfers in communication networks, but Intel Corp. intends to use optical technology to move data faster in supercomputers.
The use of light pulses to achieve massive data transfer speeds has great potential in the field of high-performance computing and can improve overall system performance as well, according to Intel. The company said the light pulse technology will be part of its Knights Landing supercomputer chip.
Silicon photonic research is something that Intel has been doing for more than 10 years now.
The company’s Thunderbolt technology, a dual protocol I/O innovation that increases data transfer performance with bi-directional 10Gbps speed, is already in use in PC. The technology uses light to connect computers to peripherals such as external hard drives.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) also developed an optical connector called MXC that is able to transfer data at speeds of up to 1.6Tbps between servers.
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I may roll up into the meeting. Then who knows what will happen. I think the mobile losses will be explained and especially how they will be going lower. They likely will raise the dividend. I feel reasonably safe til Wednesday afternoon.
It seems it was weighted correctly. No to see how the options are traded on Monday
Today should be an interesting day barring the regurgitation of misguiding pessimism from certain analysts.
JPR: Intel, Nvidia Post Big Market Share Gains This Quarter
The PC market is showing signs of continued growth as both Intel and Nvidia post double-digit gains in market share.
Sam Reynolds — November 13, 2014
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A new report by consultancy Jon Peddie Research shows that Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) were the big winners of the last quarter with both companies posting double-digit increases in market share.
The third quarter of the year is considered the most important for sales, as historically its the time when companies see their biggest growth.
According to a release by JPR, Intel’s total shipments increased 11.6% from last quarter, and Nvidia’s jumped 12.9%. AMD’s (NYSE: AMD) overall shipments decreased 7%. Breaking down the numbers, Intel’s shipments increased 18.6% in notebooks and 11.6% in PC graphics. Nvidia’s desktop discrete shipments increased 24.3% from last quarter while its notebook discrete shipments increased 3.5%. Overall, its PC graphics shipments increased 12.9%.
Year-over-year both AMD and Nvidia’s overall PC shipments decreased, with AMD experiencing a 24% fall and Nvidia a shrinkage of 4%. Intel increased its PC shipments by 19%. Discrete GPU shipments increased 6.6% compared to the last quarter, and decreased 7.7% from last year.
This pattern of selling seems to be prevalent lately. I have seen it before. Seems like to keep the technicals very weak. A very difficult stock to trade wit stock or options.