He is an idiot who believes he affects the stock price. His attitude changes dramatically as soon as he buys and then again as soon as he sells. His posts are generally worthless.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Is the Biggest Bargain Out There
March 19th, 2013
For anyone who has held shares of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) for more than a decade, chances are the stock has not only been a loser, but also a disappointment. While the world’s largest maker of semiconductors has offered traders at least a dozen chances in as many years to try to make money on its price swings between $15 and $25 a share, its long-term story is still a daunting one, including the $75 high-water mark from September of 2000 that still stands today.
And yet, analyst Kim Forrest, at Fort Pitt Capital says this time it’s going to be different.
“At this point in time, I couldn’t be happier owning this stock because I really think 2013 is going to be the year in which they begin to show some traction,” Forrest says in the attached video. “I think people have really underestimated what this company can produce.”
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Forrest believes Intel can overcome its power efficiency problem sooner than its rivals at ARM Holdings plc (ADR) (NASDAQ:ARMH) can overcome its computing power disadvantage. “My bet is that the engineers at Intel will win this” she says.
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Google Prepping Intel Corporation (INTC) Haswell-based Chromebooks ...
According to industry experts, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is preparing for the release of its Chromebooks based on Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)'s soon to be launched Haswell processor. According to ZDNet, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) software ...
It hasn't stemmed the selling at all. I picked up some more cheap calls/
A half dollar a share non-event. INTEL should put out an official release of their own, not dribble it in the back door hoping the news will get around.
They all keep lowering estimates, but I am sure the whisper numbers will be a bit higher than average analyst estimate. I believe the will beat the estimates and release a plethora of interesting information.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
INTEL was price down due to insufficient rebuttal of recent downgrade,estimate slash etc. Not the Cisco deal. A bad market day made it that mush easier to sell it.
The company (whoever is contracted) should be buying now, but it doesn't seem they are. Maybe they bough all they can for now.
Agreed. I see ARMH is up today. Stocks with smaller market caps aren't shorted as heavily by large firms as there just isn't enough volume for the cash action they want.
Aspera Achieves 10 Gbps WAN Transfer Speeds on High-End Intel Platforms in Virtualized Environments
Last update: 4/9/2013 6:41:01 AM
Aspera high-speed faspTM technology powered by Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor E5-2600 product family-based systems with Intel(R) Data Direct I/O Technology (Intel(R) DDIO) delivers superior transfer performance for high-performance computing environments.
BOSTON, Apr 09, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Aspera, Inc. (), creators of next-generation software technologies that move the world's large data at maximum speed, have announced the results of a joint research project with Intel Corporation to investigate high-speed (10Gbps and beyond) data transfer solutions built upon Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor E5-2600 product family-based systems and Aspera's fasp () transport technology.
The results published in a joint Aspera and Intel whitepaper show superior Aspera transfer performance on Intel platforms equipped with the novel Intel(R) Data Direct I/O Technology (Intel(R) DDIO) which allows Intel(R) Ethernet controllers to route I/O traffic directly to the processor cache and built-in support for Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) including approximately the same throughput in both virtualized and physical computing environments:
-- 300 percent throughput improvement versus a baseline system that did not contain support for Intel(R) DDIO and SR-IOV, showing the clear advantages of Intel's innovative Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor E5-2600 product family.
-- Similar results across both LAN and WAN transfers confirming that Aspera fasp transfer performance is independent of network latency and robust to packet loss on the network.
-- Approximately the same throughput for both physical and virtualized computing environments.
One of the major challenges in high performance cloud computing is the capability of moving big data in and out of the backend data center, especially across increasingly virtualized environments. Today high-performance
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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Intel: Argus Cuts to Hold on Terrible PC Numbers, Otellini Succession
By Tiernan Ray
Shares of Intel (INTC) this afternoon got their first downgrade following last night’s terrible Q1 personal computer estimates by Gartner and IDC, with Argus Research‘s Jim Kelleher cutting his rating to Hold from Buy, writing “The accelerating decline in PC sales looms as too severe a negative to be overcome by Intel’s core strengths, in our view, at least in the intermediate term.”
Kelleher cut his 2013 GAAP EPS estimate to $1.89 from $1.92, and cut his 2014 outlook to $20.4 from $2.14.
Kelleher is concerned not only about unit declines in PCs, but also about the shift in relative standing of Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and China’s Lenovo (0992HK), with both reports showing the two neck and neck in PC sales worldwide:
Market share shifts could also impact Intel’s margins. H-P reportedly lost share to Lenovo, which has heavy consumer exposure in developing markets. H-P, while also selling consumer machines, has a strong enterprise IT presence in PCs. Relative weakening in H-P’s position, and slack enterprise demand overall (attributed to the disliked Windows 8 operating system) does not bode well for Intel’s overall margins. Also in the enterprise market, virtualization and cloud are optimizing data management and tempering device demand even as data growth continues.
Kelleher also notes the imminent retirement of Intel CEO Paul Otellini, and the uncertain succession plan as a risk to shares:
Intel also faces a looming leadership change. The company has not yet found a successor to CEO Paul Otellini, perceived as having failed to transition Intel more smoothly into tablets and smart devices. We believe Intel remains by far the best play not only in microprocessors but in the PC space in general. However, we would like to see a re-set in INTC’s share price to the upper teens before becoming constructive on the stock once more.
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That is why Argus downgraded right after close. All they did was hype the recently released PC shortfall. Nothing knew but acted is if it were more horrible than could be believed.