Intel earnings for Q3 2015 come out today among unenthusiastic expectations - but now's the time to be bullish on Intel stock (Nasdaq: INTC).
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Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) reports Q3 2015 results after the close today, and the Intel dividend history has some investors hoping for a payout increase.
An Intel stock analysis shows that the company's years of investing in new chip technologies is only now starting to pay off.
Investors are starting to realize this. INTC stock is up 8.24% in the past three months, despite unenthusiastic expectations for the Q3 Intel earnings Tuesday.
This tech stock is currently out of favor with Wall Street, which means it's ripe for the taking. And you don't want to pass up on this profitable opportunity.
Because, according to our calculations, this stock will double your money in three years.
Both Intel stock and Micron stock got a boost yesterday (Tuesday) after the companies announced a new type of computer memory that's 1,000 times faster than the memory in a smartphone.
Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) and Micron Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: MU) said the new chip, called 3D XPoint, is the first new category of memory in 25 years.
This new tech is a big deal.
Many investors are asking, "Should I buy Intel stock?" after a Q2 earnings beat Wednesday that ran against a sea of concerns about the world's largest chipmaker.
The numbers showed that Intel's transition away from its historic PC business to new growth areas is working. But with revenue down is the change happening quickly enough? Is INTC stock a buy?
A surprising Intel Q2 earnings beat sent Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) stock up as much as 8% in after-hours trading yesterday (Wednesday).
But a closer look showed that INTC's bottom line of $0.55 per share versus a forecast for $0.50 a share was actually the result of a quirk that few have noticed.
We're all being spied on. It's common knowledge here in the U.S... And some folks just accept it.
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If you're one of these folks, then tell: Are you ok with the NSA tracking your whereabouts?
The tech sector is bonding: Avago Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: AVGO) recently agreed to pay $37 billion for Broadcom Corp. (Nasdaq: BRCM).
Back in March, NXP Semiconductors NV (Nasdaq: NXPI) said it's making an $11.8 billion acquisition of Freescale Semiconductor Ltd. (NYSE: FSL).
Intel stock nudged up today (Friday) as yet another report hinted that the iconic chipmaker was close to an acquisition of Altera Corp. (Nasdaq: ALTR) for $15 billion.
It was just the latest rumor of a merger between the two companies. The news sent INTC stock up 1.46% - and for good reason.
When Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) reports earnings after the market close today (Tuesday), the company's guidance for 2015 will have the greatest impact on the Intel stock price.
While guidance is always closely watched, it will carry an unusual amount of weight for Intel earnings this time around. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker withdrew its guidance for the rest of 2015 on March 12, saying it would update its yearly forecast when it released Q1 earnings.
Still, the new guidance won't be the only earnings news that could affect the Intel stock price.
Intel stock was briefly shaken today (Thursday) following a report that talks to buy fellow chipmaker Altera Corp. (Nasdaq: ALTR) had broken off.
Before the markets opened this morning CNBC's David Faber reported that the negotiations hit a snag over price. The news sent Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) stock lower by 3% and Altera stock down more than 6% in pre-market trading.
When word got out Friday that Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) was in talks to buy fellow chipmaker Altera Corp. (Nasdaq: ALTR), Intel stock rose 6.4%.
That tells you how much this deal would benefit Intel. Usually the prospect of a large acquisition causes a company's stock to drop.
But buying Altera will fuel Intel's already thriving data center business - the company's best answer yet to its failure in the mobile market.
A few tech stocks are poised to earn big profits from the auto industry boom. Some analysts attribute this boom to an improving economy and falling gas prices.
But there's another important catalyst they're not considering - and it makes Silicon Valley the real capital of the auto sales boom.
More and more of today's chipmakers, including Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC), are locating their manufacturing facilities off the beaten path these days - in one of the world's fastest-growing economies... and a nation you may find controversial.
But my job is to take you wherever the biggest innovations are being made so we can find the best opportunities.