Intel: Cheap Valuation, But Past Recession Performance Suggests Caution


  • I know it’s not the positive outlook existing owners want to hear, but a recession will likely drag Intel’s price even lower.
  • A cheap valuation exists to support price eventually. And, the company should benefit from the long-term push to build new U.S. production capacity.
  • Turnarounds can take time (many years), and trading momentum is still quite bearish.
  • If interested in buying shares, I would wait for lower quotes. I rate the stock a Hold for current stakeholders.
Intel Processor Core i5 2500K


I last wrote about Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) in May here, discussing why it remained a “value trap” for investors. An apparent bargain valuation has done little to persuade the stock quote to rebound. Unfortunately, a continuation of operating issues, a Big Tech bust in

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