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    Bruno
    The next recession is going to be brutal. No more QE to soften the blow. The fittest will survive.
    I would not be surprised if Intel has to cut prices significantly and curb spending and cut its workforce. It might have to curtail investment as well, particularly if the Chips act is delayed much more.
    All companies are up against it.
    Pat Gelsinger needs to focus on the parts of the business that generate cash and ensure that they continue to do so, and cut back on investment plans until we are through this crisis. Any investment should be focused on getting the euv processors to market on schedule, and getting sapphire rapids out.
    Preserve mode.
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    Munich
    Barron’s —- story - longs what u think chances of a cut? I don’t see it —- freeze sure — cut be horrible legacy mark on Pat’s tenure
  • B
    Brent
    The street can't be behind the curve much longer on INTC. Intel 3, then 2, then 1 coming at us fast enough. Buy hard.
  • S
    Stanley
    122,900 employees. Get real
  • H
    Hellrai$er - man, myth, legend!
    Gotta buy more Intel!
  • X
    XFrank
    best semiconductor company at bargain price. Nice dividend too. I'm long INTC.
  • J
    John
    YTD down 28% yikes
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    JayN
    according to tomshardware article, Intel AXG Blockscale ASIC Begins Shipping As Crypto Continues To Crumble, Intel is shipping their new Blockscale product already ... earlier than scheduled.
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    Mark
    Bruno do not worry about pat he knows what he is doing.
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    XFrank
    forward P/E 10.76, P/B 1.53! this is a joke... INTC is the most undervalued big tech company on the market.
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    Howie
    Intel is alive. The funding must be coming from Congress.
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    John
    Good Seeking Alpha article on TSMC vs INTC

    Investor Takeaway
    "I currently believe TSMC’s process leadership is falling apart more significantly than anyone (including myself) had previously expected.

    First, actual measurements confirm that N5 is at least 20% (~1.25x) less dense than what had previously been reported in technical publications. Secondly, due to the laws of compounding this means that N3 is also less dense than what had previously been expected. This in turn means that Intel 3 might nearly match N3. Thirdly, whereas Intel will follow up on Intel 3 with 20A and 18A within respectively 6 and 12 months, TSMC has put N2 on a long 36 month cadence. In addition, TSMC’s latest disclosures indicate that logic transistor density will increase by less than 30%.

    In that sense, Intel catching up will be similar to how TSMC gained its process leadership in the first place: simply by (nearly) following Moore's Law while others are having issues that are slowing them down considerably.

    This ultimately implies that TSMC will lose its density leadership incredibly fast and by an incredible amount. Intel will nearly catch up to N3 in early 2024 with Intel 3, achieve a nearly 2x leadership within the next year with 20A/18A, and then further increase its leadership to up to 3x by the end of 2026"
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    John
    BOOYAH INTC!
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    michael
    All political parties agree and have voted for the CHIPS ACT..final bill details written and final vote on final bill pending
  • m
    mega.hurts
    The CHIPS Act was rightfully designed to help domestic semiconductor manufacturers accelerate expansion plans to restore the U.S. from 15% to roughly 50% of the world's capacity. Apparently lobbyists for foreign companies convinced Congress to use taxpayer money to fund TSMC and Taiwan's GlobalWafers and they're refusing to build unless they get CHIPS money. TSMC is now demanding that U.S. taxpayers cover the difference in operating costs between Taiwan and the U.S. This is amusing because if Asia goes kinetic TSMC & GlobalWafers will be companies without a country.

    It is outrageous to ask U.S. taxpayers to subsidize foreign companies with no allegiance to America. I wouldn't vote for that either. American companies created the semiconductor industry and they can certainly restore U.S. leadership provided the government rewards the right people.
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    "Intel Labs Announces Significant Progress in its Integrated Photonics Research"

    How can the US government not see that Intel is not just a chip company? The fact that Intel forms a pool of talented people on US soil and achieves scientific breakthroughs requires government subsidies. Looks like the US govt would prefer those discoveries and talented people happen elsewhere outside US.
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    Simon
    Green today when so red?
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    bill
    Market commentators and media doing everything they can to paint a picture of gloom and doom on the markets. Other than that, I think the markets are actually doing very well. All depends on how, when, and what you invest in. INTC should be doing better than most since it already bottomed out and it is ready.
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    mega.hurts
    This is interesting. Could it be?
  • B
    Brent
    Glad INTC diversified its business. Hardly dependent on retail anymore. Buy the dip.