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INTC posted on January 18, 2013 at 2:34 pm Edit This Print This Post intel When I added Intel (INTC) to my dividend income portfolio on January 11...

Sell Intel (INTC)

Intel (INTC) will probably report a very good fourth quarter of 2010 on Thursday, January 13, after the market closes. The Wall Street consensus is looking for 50 cents a share. That would be up 22% from the fourth quarter of 2009. I think Intel is likely to make that...

Buy Intel (INTC)

Shares of Intel (INTC) have been hammered on news showing that PC sales to consumers have been soft in the current back to school quarter. I think that sell off ignores the company’s strengths in other markets, such as servers, that show no signs of slowing growth,...

Update Intel (INTC)

Sales of server chips were up 170% in the second quarter of 2010 from the second quarter of 2009, Intel (INTC) announced last night (July 13) when the company reported earnings. When I last updated this stock back in April after the company announced first quarter...

Looking for tech stocks? Try the server market

The Great Recession created quite a backlog in the technology sector. The average corporate notebook computer is now four years old, according to Needham & Co., and the average corporate desktop is five years old. That catch-up market is huge. One reason I own...

Update Intel (INTC)

Blow out quarter. Stunning increase in guidance. A totally justified 4.3% gain in the after-hours market on the day it announced earnings. Now we’ll see if Intel (INTC) can juice the rest of the technology sector. (Look today to see how Microsoft (MSFT) reacts, for...

Buy Intel (INTC)

Sell on the news, is it? Well, thanks. I thought Intel (INTC) would run away from me after yesterday’s (January 14) great earnings report but apparently traders have decided to take profits on the news ahead of the long Martin Luther Day weekend. And that gives me a...

Buy Qualcomm QCOM

Buy Qualcomm (QCOM).  In the current stock market and economy you want to own stocks in the sectors of the market that are outperforming rather than lagging and you want to own companies that can grow even when the economy isn’t. I think cell phone chip-maker Qualcomm...