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$37.3

$0.01 (0.03%) Today

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25.00% Today

Volume

$25M

Avg Volume

$38M

Market Cap

$152B

52 Week High

$57.46

52 Week Low

$36.6

Day High

$37.595

Day Low

$37.02

Previous Close

$37.78

7 Days Mentions

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$INTC strong support. Anyone else planning to buy?

AMD already powers the latest $TSLA EVs, SpaceX will be next.

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Dividend stocks you can wheel for income?

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Intel warns Ohio expansion could be delayed because Congress is dragging its feet on funding

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The shopping season starts…now? Urgent action to get a 101 to avoid Wendy’s backyard.

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Shopping list for guys having wife’s boyfriend to support

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Better to buy a good company at a fair value or a fair company at a good value?

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A new vulnerability in Intel and AMD CPUs lets hackers steal encryption keys

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Now that stocks are having a summer sale, what are you buying?

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INTEL (ticker: INTC) Dividend Stock Snapshot

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Why INTC is the most undervalued company in its sector?

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[UPDATE] INTC short

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INTC YOLO UPDATE #1 - NOW DOWN $36k!!!

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degen INTC short

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Is the market too bearish on Intel $INTC?

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Nvidia falls short on guidance, stock down 9% after hours

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7 Safe Stocks to Buy and Hold Onto Forever.

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Bargain Price PE Ratios

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PE Ratios at Bargain Prices

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Selling options on low priced, sub 100$, stocks ?

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Dividend Lineup: $XOM $528, $INTC $82, $WFC $75, $SBUX $50. Great men of the past have always loved DIVIDENDS. “Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It’s to see my dividends coming in.” ~JD. Rockefeller~ 1839 - 1937. Are you receiving any dividend next month?

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Selling Winners to Buy the Dip?

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I feel like conventional wisdom is wrong, and that it’s better to buy shares of companies you believe in than sector etfs.

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I feel like conventional wisdom is wrong- it’s better to buy stocks of companies you believe in than it is to go with industry indexes.

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What's starting to entice you?

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Is Wednesday better then Thursday for weekly options?

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Excited to be DCAing again - What are you guys buying?

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I set an after hours limit order that said it was filled at $44.92 but my cost basis shows $46.31, why is that?

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Intc has no match for AMD

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Let's see who the true market genius is on this board.

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What are your 6 predictions for tech earnings this week? (Tues: GOOG MSFT Wed: FB Thurs: AMZN AAPL PYPL)

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Could it be “the” armageddon that will sink the market?

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This time is really different - The Market is way oversold

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Who of these big companies will tumble next?

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Betting BIG on Intel INTC Stock! Here's Why...

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I put together a list of the top 10 publicly traded semiconductor companies in the US. Which company's stock are you bullish on?

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SP500 Price-To-Sales Ratio

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Lowest strike for LEAPs on INTC vs X

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I put together a list of the top 8 publicly traded semiconductor companies in the U.S. with lots of details. Which company's stock do you like?

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large potential gains

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INTC YOLO - Already down $15k!!!

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INTC - Buy this week or after EC later this month

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What are some good deals now?

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Thoughts on the housing market / equities from an old school WSBer.

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Bull put spread vs wheel strategy

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Nvidia, AMD, and Intel Price Targets Are Cut. This Analyst Sees Semiconductor Demand Slowing.

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Nvidia, AMD, and Intel Price Targets Are Cut. This Analyst Sees Semiconductor Demand Slowing.

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Analysts vs Semi ?

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5Y Price Change of the "Bit Three Chip Makers"

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Going all in INTC

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Turned $87 to $2,247.88 in a week. First play was INTC calls, then AMC calls.

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Turned $87 into $2,247.88 in a week. First play was INTC, second was today with AMC.

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Time for us to beat the hedgies...

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INTC looking strong ? Would you consider any call options ?

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INTC price prediction?

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$INTC rn

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$INTC rn

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Intel INTC Trading P/E $10

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How will the next phase of the chip wars affect companies like: AMD, ASML, NVDA, INTC, Samsung, TSMC?

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How will the next phase of the chip wars affect companies like: AMD, ASML, NVDA, INTC, Samsung, TSMC?

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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If you're HOPING for WW3 and hyperinflation, you deserve your losses.

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Intel plans to invest $89 billion in Europe to build a complete chip supply chain. Will this have a big impact on Intel's stock price?

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Think tank suggests U.S. poach 3,500 TSMC and Samsung Foundry workers - INTC

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$TWI and $GT. Learn from my mistakes

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Intel's Mobileye confidentially files for U.S. IPO

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Intel's Mobileye confidentially files for U.S. IPO

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Intel (INTC) Stock Falls on Morgan Stanley Downgrade to Underweight, Analyst Says 'All-or-Nothing Situation' Carries High Risk

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For March 3rd

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INTC insiders have purchased additional shares during the latest yearly low for INTEL share price. CEO and Director purchase shares.

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1 Wk vs 2 Wks vs 3 Wks Selling Options for Premiums

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What do you think about this portfolio?

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All in on INTC and Why You Shouldn't Count Them Out

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FB, INTC, and BABA will be top performers in the next 5 years

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INTC gains further marketshare in Passmark benchmark report

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Any recommendations on gaining an in-depth understanding of the following industries: oil, semiconductors, global shipping/logistics.

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INTC is claiming to be a growth company, but they project huge targets in 2026. What is the best way to gain leveraged exposure on this investment since it is so far into the future?

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INTC is claiming to be a growth company, but they project huge targets in 2026. What is the best way to gain leveraged exposure on this investment since it is so far into the future?

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Good companies you bought too high

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Intel to Acquire Tower Semiconductor for $5.4 Billion

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INTC Analyst Presentation

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Intel launches blockchain chip to tap crypto boom

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MOST of you guys are actually weak souls, and only talk positive about a stock when its price is increasing and trash it when the price is decreasing

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Looking for a stock to put 50-60k into.

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How to Calculate Return on Assets (TTM) on Yahoo Finance???

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Sold AMD. Bought Intel. How retarded am I.

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INTC CEO Patrick Gelsinger claims Intel can triple, quadruple in price. Has multi year plan to do so.

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I'll throw you chums a NVIDIA bone. Here's a stock that's beat earnings 5 years in a row and is about to again.

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Holding Both AMD & INTEL

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Google is finally splitting its stock; will Amazon be next, leading to a Dow shakeup?

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AMD Stock Jumps on Earnings Beat and Strong Outlook

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Upping My Stake in INTC--is this a bad move? [my analysis]

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Pulling Forward Investments to January

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Time to put squeeze on AMD

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What’s going on with INTC ???? The stock doesn’t move but I see this and read about the investments they are making.

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Call on $INTC?

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Tbh though I don't really want INTC till 33ish

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not every company will be able to maintain those dividends, INTC for example, probably unable to keep up those divs. in 2020, many companies held dividends. one of them, GM.

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INTC should have separated their design and foundry business years ago

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INTC is such a buy at its current price

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I think semis have almost bottomed and I’ve been a super bear for a year now. Especially quality companies with low multiples aka MU, INTC, and QCOM

Mentions:#MU#INTC#QCOM

I have 100 shares of INTC and I will increase my position after Q2 earnings.

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Ok, I'm done buying Oil. I have increased my holding in $HAL & $KMI today by 50% and open a small position in $PSX on this Crude Oil Demand destruction narrative with gasoline @ ATH's. Any stock suggestions that are not named $AMD or $WBD? I don't want to hear those 2 stocks mentioned ever again. I am looking at $INTC, $F, $PYPL, and $CAT as potential buys next week. Anyone have something else to look at besides those 4?

"\[laughs in US Gov contracts\]" \-INTC

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CEO of TSM did say INTC is fighting a losing battle doing fab in the US.

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I completely agree. That's why I am looking to buy $INTC soon. Intel is the most shit on tech stock I can ever remember that makes a profit and pays over a 3% dividend.

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INTC is indeed an enormous piece of shit.

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It's the forward P/E of $AMD at 17 that is scaring away buyers right now. No one says $AMD is going away. But if they miss on earnings or show a decline in revenue that forward P/E ratio goes up. I sold out of $INTC at $44 in early May for a loss. I would have bought back in by now, but JPM screwed up and put Intel dividend payout as a dividend reimbursement causing a wash sale on one of my tax lots. I will be buying back into $INTC next week and I do not think $AMD is a bad buy at today's prices either. People forget that the only stock price that really matters is the price you buy & sell a stock at. If you believe in $AMD just hold.

Mentions:#AMD#INTC#JPM

I wouldn't say it's clearly better than INTC or NVDA. Its moat isn't huge but it making good growth in data center chips (SoCs), and has a good market share and reputation in the PC sector. I guess, the main moat is its involvement in consoles, e.g. providing chips for Sony.

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what is AMD moat? Over INTC/NVDA? I know NVDA more expensive but lets assume all are on fair valuation for the sake of this argument

53 years old. My shoulders and knees hurt. Can't eat hot dogs cause of Gout. Enjoy your youth. When it's gone its all you want back. Positions. TSLA INTC META XLF VIIIIX AAPL

Looking at ZIM myself but shipping is outside my competence. It looks so cheap though I should have a deeper look. INTC looks good too. I reckon we can buy some killer companies at crazy prices in the next 18 months...

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Key is knowing which companies it is. I'm in particular tempted by INTC and ZIM. ZIM due to obvious reason, a shipping company with a PE around 1. INTC because what used to be their biggest drawback (their own fabs) has become the biggest asset with a sudden switch in geopolitical situation. Am I right? Probably not.

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These are the Dot Com 2.0 stocks. Most will never recover. That doesn't mean you can't recover some of their lost value by holding. But they are never hitting those ATH's in 2021 ever again, just like $INTC and $CSCO never hit dot com 1999 ATH's ever again. I would recommend to not buy anymore shares of these stocks and just hold what you already have and buy value stocks to diversify. Who is your cellphone provider? Buy $T or $VZ. What is your utility provider? Buy that stock. Do you shop at $WMT or $TGT? Buy the stock of that store. My worthless 2 cents.

Right. INTC never going BK. Seen the BK movie...

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So, my 'wisdom' was anytime INTC was under $50, it's a buy. Now, that 'channel' has changed to under $35. Can't pick a bottom..stick to current price parameters on the quant side, and management on the fundamental side.

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>INTC https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/t59yy0/thoughts\_on\_intel\_intc/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3 $44 --> $37 > >TRIT https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/nzp2z6/moderate\_risk\_big\_potential\_trit/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3 $7 --> $0.97 this is the guy your asking about stocks... obviously he's a moron

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this is you![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271) INTC https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/t59yy0/thoughts\_on\_intel\_intc/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3 $44 --> $37 TRIT https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/nzp2z6/moderate\_risk\_big\_potential\_trit/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3 $7 --> $0.97

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>Try harder bag holder. we should of listened to you instead INTC [https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/t59yy0/thoughts\_on\_intel\_intc/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/t59yy0/thoughts_on_intel_intc/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3) $44 --> $37 TRIT [https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/nzp2z6/moderate\_risk\_big\_potential\_trit/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3](https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/nzp2z6/moderate_risk_big_potential_trit/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3) $7 --> $0.97

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I have Ryzen 9 5950x, but AMD Vs INTC isn't about their desktop processor.

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#AMD is a scrumbag of a stock. Glad put buyers are able to bring it down. Next stop short this fucker to $5 like a pennystock. NVIDIA owns your fkn ass and INTC has better tech than AMD

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Again: QCOM is a rockstar stock with tremendous management. They ALWAYS figure out a way. Like INTC, but reversed.

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INTC mentioned that they expect lower PC sales

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Bought $INTC shares to join my other cripples. $30 per

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#INTC, NVDA, QCOM > AMD technology

Next cripple to buy shares in is $INTC . Maybe buy today.

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If you bought INTC at the beginning of 2017, you'd be up $2.03 a share today. Up 61ish on NFLX, down 10$ on DIS and up 53$ on FB. I would love to buy back into INTC but considering they are basically claiming they cant do what they need to without massive Government subsidies, I dont think its a good hold (shares). I may look into some ITM LEAPS if they are reasonable priced. I wouldnt think there would be a lot of upside on them though.

Why try to be fancy pants? Just buy INTC, PYPL, META, JPM, BAC, KR, TGT, HD, IBM, VZ and forget about it!.....you will be set for life!

I am interested in RIO and have TOL and INTC. RIO has low PE, good dividend, manageable debt, but could be tough going into recession. TOL, also problems in a recession but low PE, lumber is cheaper and there is supposedly a shortage of homes in the USA, INTC good dividend and low PE but they are starting to build new chip foundry which may be costly over next two years. Will start buying more INTC at 29.

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Every other ticker on my watch list: *dying a painful death* INTC: YOU BEAR FUCKS WILL NEVER TAKE ME ALIVE

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What has happened with INTC for stagnating so much over the past 5 years. 14% increase is literally nothing

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Does this moment look anything like what the market looked like right before the dot-com crash? Or are you cherry picking the worst possible moment to buy in INTC history and saying that that's a useful comparison for some other reason? I don't think anyone said that long term investing \*always\* gives good returns on \*every\* stock. But it does seem like people are investing in Tesla now because they're long term investors and expect it to do well over periods longer than 12 months.

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Opened a bear call spread on INTC last week. So far so good!

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Psst. INTC is green... ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4270)

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Why do people always assume someone who may have bought in the dotcom bubble only bought once and never again? I bet you a once per year investment in QCOM beginning at their dotcom peak until now would be a great investment and INTC and CSCO would be pretty good as well.

Just look at the reverse repo diagram. It was 0 from May 2020 till approximately June 2021. Afterwards the amount of money parked at FED was increasing, exponentially. Recently it reached 2 trillion dollars. It means there are 2 trillion dollars parked somewhere and not used for investment losing value every day gaining minimal interest rate and losing a lot on inflation. Big players prefer to keep the money outside the game and errode by inflation rather than entering the market now and losing more. There is a interesting fact in this diagram too. Back in March 2022 the amount of money at the reverse repo was slightly reduced. Remember what happened then? We had 4 consequtive days with S&P gaining more than 1% which has happened only 5 times in the history. I found the reference here: https://mobile.twitter.com/ryandetrick/status/1504912354798186501 Don't know if links are allowed so just Google ryandetrick/status/1504912354798186501 Unfortunately, and despite the bull calls in March that this was the bottom based on historical data, more money left the market and stocks keep dipping. If those money or at least a major part of it will not return to the market will not find the bottom. But we know for sure it will happen. The large institutions will not allow the retail traders to by META at 155, INTC at 38, GOOGL at 2100, and AMZN at 100 knowing that 5 years later when all the current issues are resolved the price of those stocks will be double. At some point the valuations of the profitable companies will be so cheap that it does not make sense for major institutions to keep 2 trillion away and all of them will rush to the market. When this happen, this will be the beginning of the new (hopefully multiyear) bull run and most people put there will say "be careful this is a bear trap".

Do you mean those are not value stocks? DELL + HPE/HPQ + META + INTC are also value stocks you might know

From what I understand, due to some catalyst/news stocks will be volatile and with volatility comes options and their premiums. However, generally dividend stocks don't have much volatility unless you talk about INTC, SBUX, and recently MO (FDA JuuL banned etc). But these are rare opportunities. I was looking for something like JNJ, MCD and now CAT/MMM. they usually have good premiums and good good dividends. But if my understanding is incorrect, please correct me

GOOGL, CRSP, MSFT, INTC, in order

This is my thought. Same as the guy posting INTC

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I’m going to start schilling INTC and NTDOY just to annoy everyone

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INTC🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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My Tesla position is twice as large as my AMD position and my AMD position is 3 times lathers than my INTC position.

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I would get rid of INTC and put that money in AMD or TSLA. Once INTC have their factories up and running, they will still be a few generations behind on nm process. You can start considering them again once they close that gap.

I want to double my INTC position

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I want to double my INTC position

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It is undervalued, but I think people are playing favorites with the chip stocks. AMD has a manufacturing advantage over Intel at least for a couple years until the Ohio plant gets up and running, they are also ahead of Intel in Data-centers by the same amount (1-2 years). NVDA has an advantage in gaming but there is room for growth in processing and servers where AMD has the presence too. Not to mention the AMD share buyback. INTC is leading Cloud growth, but they are still hurt by AAPL moving away from them to make their own chips. I would say as a long-term bet on the new Ohio manufacturing plant going up from the CHIPS Act its a good play. I think when its a sure thing, it will be positively reflected in the price.

Added META DIS and INTC calls for next week also bought some JPM Holding off on buying puts on healthcare until the VIX comes down, slightly underwater on a few LLY puts for AUG but that move today looks like an exhaustion gap to me

Of course. That's the main focus of IDM 2.0. All the mega caps, such as apple, Google, AMZN etc are designing their own chips. Intel is going to manufacture them. I'm pretty sure INTC is even going to manufacture chips for NVDA and AMD as well.

Yup, INTC has banking power at this point.

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Possibly, but all of the next gen INTC fabs are going to be equipped to manufacture ARM chips.

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At the very least this is a great short naked put candidate in the near future at these support levels. I know volatility isn't high for INTC, but when the indexes start displaying a confirmed bottom or sideways movement I plan on selling ATM puts on this once every 45 days. I'll get the premium or get the premium and exercise the shares - doesn't matter to me with bargain stocks. I love companies with this kind of low P/E because they have a high probability of at least going sideways, in which I still collect the premium.

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I have a mountain of INTC and it’s been bloody. The theory is that some stocks bottom before the broader market, so here’s hoping.

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Chips like INTC, AMD, NVDA might actually go apeshit today. Even if SPY is volatile going down to 375, sentiment is switching so they could easily run all day. 3-4% on the day def possible

My positions: Amazon calls Meta calls AMD calls INTC calls AMD might fuck me because it's been a weak little bitch lately, but the rest are gonna be prettay, prettay good

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Bruh, I put $10k on INTC calls. I am already feeling stupid.

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My wsb flair is bullish on INTC so i feel too ashamed to post their with how its been holding up 😅. I think both of those are solid picks, wbd seems dirt cheap to me here but selling has been endless so far.

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I don’t know who PAT is. But I know they’re undervalued and they’re building that foundry plant or whatever. I own AMD NVDA and INTC. I think INTC has the most room to run in the next 2-5 years

INTC is a value play

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Be careful of value traps. I would look for a decent yield but with good long term prospects or potential catalysts down the line. I’d look at either TSMC or INTC (if you believe Patty G can pull it off) here.

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Agreed on INTC, not too sure about MU though but i also dont know enough about the company, except it is from the same sector

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Naw MU and INTC are much better plays at these levels

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Wow, with the way you said that you make me feel so stupid for buying INTC. I guess I should have known better.

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Stay away from AMD. If Crypto dies so does the AMD. NVDA and INTC are better placed.

Am I stupid to keep buying INTC?

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No way. I don't know of any case that would see INTC outperform the broader market, but Reddit has been pushing this thing since the $50s. It's the Disney of the semiconductor industry.

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NVDA, INTC, and QCOM a little bloody too, tech might be happy but the semis aren't.

Just gonna sit on what INTC I have I guess, dont really feel like adding or selling at this point.

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Got be good for INTC then…

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INTC is blue team

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IF $INTC doesn't cut their dividend it is getting very close to a 4% forward dividend yield. Intel is a marathon holding. The only tech stock I can remember getting more hate than Intel is Apple before they introduced the I-Pod. Both companies were profitable with low P/E's but not cool anymore.

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Long long term for value just grab boring boomer stocks like INTC, T, KO, MO, PEP, PMI etc Just make sure to do you research of course lol

INTC’s 5 year chart is absolutely fucking disgusting

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INTC is the F of tech

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I have puts on USO, CRM and DIA. On the long side, I have INTC, good dividend, it’s come down tremendously and very low PE. The ultimate safe bet is Series I Savings Bonds, you get inflation adjusted yield. Zero risk, currently yielding 9%+. I use this for my emergency fund. It does have a cap of 10k per year per ssn. Treasury direct.gov

AMD is going to end INTC reign. And one day AMD WILL offer a dividend.

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T and VZ are doing great YTD compared to the market. JPM and INTC are just going through the motions of a bear market.

Mentions:#VZ#JPM#INTC

I like INTC too. I think those are my two largest non-ETF holdings (and Citigroup).

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Can't argue with that but I just hate them. I prefer burning my money on INTC as a value play.

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INTC still has 7.2b of it's buyback allocation left and the stock is crazy low... they should buy back already

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It could, it may, it’s a buying opportunity. High end EPS estimates are $235 for the S&P. Assuming those earnings hold up, which is very unlikely, If you put a 15x to that it would put fair value of the S&P @ 3,525. Assuming earnings get cut to the $200 range, which may be a possibility, then @ 15x you have S&P fair value at 3,000. Bottom line is that the rate hikes do take an effect, it usually takes 30-90 days. It also should be noted, much like the markets overshoot on the high side, they very likely will do the same thing on the downside. Should we get to 3,000-3,525, which at this point seems more than likely, then it’s time to load the boat. Fact of the matter remains that inflation is high BUT it will come down, especially with the actions the fed is taking, however, once the inflationary pressures find middle ground (which they will) the fed is going to be sure to “pump up” the economy again, and the bullish trend will resume. No reason to panic, take a deep breath and understand that these blips on the radar happen for short periods of time (12-18 months usually). I continue to buy on dips, will continue to buy on dips BUT if any of you are hearing the MSM give these S&P targets, that is how they are arriving there. LONG: SPY, GOOG, INTC

These are my picks but currently have puts on DIA and CRM, otherwise for value investing: RIO at 62 INTC at 35 or less Pltr at 4 GLD at 160 SLV at 19

INTC. The bag is heavy. So heavy. Bought it at an all-time low, or so I thought... ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)

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