Intel: No Thank You At $30 – Hell Yes At $15


  • Intel’s recent earnings illustrate further deterioration in its businesses.
  • Intel has lost its edge and may never get back, with more modern chipmakers like Nvidia and AMD innovating and taking market share.
  • Intel is expensive at $30, but the stock looks interesting around the $15-$20 range.

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Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) recently announced earnings that illustrated continued deterioration in the company’s growth and profitability metrics. However, despite the much weaker-than-expected results, Intel’s stock hitched a rally with most of the semiconductor space in recent sessions. After dropping below $27 post earnings, Intel’s



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