INTC - Intel Corporation

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54.64
+0.82 (+1.52%)
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Previous Close53.82
Open53.92
Bid0.00 x 900
Ask0.00 x 4000
Day's Range53.84 - 54.99
52 Week Range42.36 - 57.60
Volume19,127,216
Avg. Volume24,671,056
Market Cap245.716B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.56
PE Ratio (TTM)12.20
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.26 (2.33%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-06
1y Target EstN/A
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If you're ready for the risk, here are seven 5G stocks to buy: Verizon Communications (VZ)Typically, we remember the company that innovated first. For Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ), this first-to-market advantage is a significant one, making VZ stock an interesting bull case. As our own James Brumley explains, VZ stock isn't necessarily a perfect play for the upcoming network revolution. Brumley writes, "Though technically speaking Verizon's entry into the race is neither the first 5G network nor the version of 5G connectivity that will become the industry standard, owners of Verizon stock need not be discouraged."That's because VZ stock struck first, leaving its key competitors scrambling for a response. 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However, T stock is not your average investment. In this particular case, I don't mind AT&T not chasing after the 5G hype train. Don't get me wrong: I believe in the next-gen wireless revolution. But for AT&T, waiting to measure twice and cut once is worth the initial pain.As Brumley suggested, Verizon used non-standard equipment to secure pole position among 5G stocks. AT&T will roll out its high-speed network with equipment that will eventually be the industry's gold standard. I think management is being prudent primarily because T stock is highly leveraged from the Time Warner buyout. They should wait to get it right the first time. * 5 Cloud Stocks to Help Your Portfolio Fly Even if Verizon or any other competitor steals the spotlight, the situation is only temporary. AT&T already enjoys enviable network assets, and it's putting them to good use with their "5G Evolution". Once the broader infrastructure is set for true 5G, look for T stock to take off. Intel (INTC)For millennials and older generations, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has earned most of its fame as a semiconductor firm. While the PC chip-making business isn't going to go away anytime soon, we've seen a dramatic shift to cloud computing. Eventually, INTC stock will only be known for its innovations in the cloud, and for related sectors like data centers.This trend allows for natural synergies for the 5G revolution. Rather than just provide equipment to handle these advanced airwaves, Intel has a holistic approach. For instance, with 5G, the company can take their virtual-reality endeavors to the next level. We saw a glimpse of their impressive portfolio during the last Winter Olympics when they broadcast events in VR.Intel is also looking to revolutionize transportation, and not just through driverless vehicles. With a 5G-connected municipality, the company can help maximize transportation efficiencies for both personal and commercial purposes. Finally, Intel is looking toward smart-health solutions. With 5G's inherent low-latency (the time it takes to transmit data between devices), medicine can experience its own paradigm-shift.Intel isn't just thinking about current uses -- it has a broader perspective. For this and many other reasons, INTC stock is one of the best 5G stocks to buy. Qualcomm (QCOM)As great as this next-gen wireless innovation is, all 5G stocks currently face two lagging issues: structural and technical. The structural component revolves around what companies like Verizon and AT&T are fighting over, namely, airwave rights. You can't have 5G if the physical foundation doesn't support this upgraded network speed.The other lag is technical. Practically speaking, your phone doesn't have 5G capacity, so right now, it's a moot point. Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is looking to change that reality. 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A historically average 13x forward multiple on that implies a four-year forward price target of $71.50. Discounted back by 10%, that equates to three-year forward price target of $65, which represents a 12% upside from current levels.Source: Shutterstock Micron (MU)Shares of Micron (NASDAQ:MU) roared from $10 to $60 in two years because the supply-demand fundamentals in the memory chip market were increasingly favorable for suppliers like Micron. As stated in the intro, though, those supply-demand fundamentals are becoming increasingly less favorable.When it comes to MU stock, though, the aforementioned supply ramp concerns are significantly overstated and lack an understanding of the company's demand tailwinds.While demand in the memory chip market is forecast to slow, demand from datacenter, IoT, autonomous driving and AI markets will remain big growth markets for the next three to 10 years. Thus, regardless of where supply goes, demand will remain robust. Robust demand against rising supply means that chip prices will remain relatively high, and that Micron's earnings will remain strong. * 7 Small-Cap Stocks That Make the Grade Normally, these supply ramps last two years, and cause earnings per share at Micron to drop $4 during that stretch. Earnings for fiscal 2018 were $11.95 per share. Thus, history says that earnings will shake out around $8 per share by fiscal 2020.Over the past five years, MU stock has historically traded around 9x forward earnings. Applying that historically average 9X forward multiple to $8 in earnings per share in fiscal 2020 implies a fiscal 2019-end price target of $72. That represents 80% upside from current levels.Source: Shutterstock Nvidia (NVDA)When it comes to chip stocks, the reason to own them for the long haul is to gain broad exposure to multiple data-centric markets that are currently nascent but oozing with hyper-growth potential. 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