Sometimes when the growth crowd gives up on name, it gets punished beyond what is deserved. That's when the value crowd steps in. That's what happened with
(EBAY) a few years ago, a name I thought I'd never own until it became too cheap to ignore. We'll see whether the same is true with Intel. It's definitely on this value investor's radar screen.
In terms of Graham's Defensive screen, it's very slim pickings. That's par for the course these days in value land.
At the time of publication, Heller had no positions in stocks mentioned.