Stock of the Day: Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) Print
Written by Dr. Econ   
Tuesday, 23 August 2011 19:15

Intel Corporation (NASD: INTC), founded by two entrepreneurs in 1968, is administered from Santa Clara, California. Intel is well known with its integrated circuits. Based on its income, it is the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker. It also designs; manufactures and sales other essential computer and communication products like motherboards, wireless and wired connectivity products and platforms to practice these units. These products are commonly used in notebooks, laptops, desktops, handhelds, storage products like flash disks and portable hard drivers, servers and workstations. Intel Corporation has customers in more than 120 countries and 96.500 employees in more than 50 countries. The company gets the most revenue from sales of microprocessors and chip sets. Intel gently got its position on intelligent world. The more people use technology; the bigger Intel gets. Intel got its fair place among leading companies, becoming 56th on Fortune 500. It was ranked 62nd last year.

Intel Corporation has a market cap of $100.77 billion and an income of $12.25 billion. Intel has a remarkable P/E ratio of 8.80 and forward P/E ratio of 7.77. Analysts estimate Intel to have a 160.04% EPS growth this year and 10.69% EPS growth in the next 5 years. It seems that the more technological improvements attract people; the more profitable Intel becomes. With a profit margin of 25.29%, Intel has a yield of 4.38% for its shareholders. Based on these numbers, Intel has an O-Metrix score of 9.09. Intel has a Total Debt/Equity ratio of 0.04 and Beta of 1.11. Intel Corporation recently traded at $19.19, meaning that it is clearly oversold.

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