Intel Corp (INTC)

36.15
NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 37.43
Day Low/High 35.88 / 36.48
52 Wk Low/High 29.50 / 38.45
Avg Volume 23.57M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 4.72B
Market Cap 176.58B
EPS 2.20
P/E Ratio 16.20
Div & Yield 1.09 (2.90%)

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Want to Be a Good Trader? Cultivate Patience and Move Incrementally

Want to Be a Good Trader? Cultivate Patience and Move Incrementally

Trading in an incremental manner can be particularly important in dealing with earnings reports.

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple has instructed its contract manufacturers to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm altogether. Injunction requests and an end to Qualcomm's iPhone modem sales are among the possible next steps.

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple has instructed its contract manufacturers to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm altogether. Injunction requests and an end to Qualcomm's iPhone modem sales are among the possible next steps.

Market Needs Oil to Stay Higher; Hard Times for Hardware: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

Market Needs Oil to Stay Higher; Hard Times for Hardware: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

Jim Cramer ponders how the market needs oil to stay higher, and discusses how these are hard times for hardware.

Week in Review: Big Gains for Wall Street as Earnings Propel Markets Higher

Week in Review: Big Gains for Wall Street as Earnings Propel Markets Higher

A stream of positive earnings reports, and relief after the first round of voting in the French elections, translated to robust gains for Wall Street in the past week.

Jim Cramer on Alphabet, Amazon, Intel, Starbucks, Exxon Mobil and Slowing GDP Growth

Jim Cramer on Alphabet, Amazon, Intel, Starbucks, Exxon Mobil and Slowing GDP Growth

TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks including Alphabet, Amazon, Intel, Starbucks and Exxon Mobil.

Dow Ends Best Week of Year With Small Losses on Worries Over Slowdown to Start 2017

Dow Ends Best Week of Year With Small Losses on Worries Over Slowdown to Start 2017

Stocks fall Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Top Takeaways From Amazon, Microsoft and Intel's Earnings Reports

Top Takeaways From Amazon, Microsoft and Intel's Earnings Reports

Amazon became more transparent and reported strong U.S. growth. Microsoft's Windows and server strength offset weak Surface sales, while Intel was weighed down by data center pressures.

Stocks in the Red After Disappointing U.S. Growth Sours Earnings Rally

Stocks in the Red After Disappointing U.S. Growth Sours Earnings Rally

Stocks fall Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Cramer: These Are Hard Times for Hardware

Cramer: These Are Hard Times for Hardware

Stocks like Western Digital take a hit, but they're too cheap to ignore.

Adding Back Small-Cap Index Shorts on This Weakness

Adding Back Small-Cap Index Shorts on This Weakness

This reaction today is worrisome, but there isn't any major shift in market character yet.

Jim Cramer Reacts to Intel and Western Digital's Earnings

Jim Cramer Reacts to Intel and Western Digital's Earnings

TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on quarterly results from Intel and Western Digital.

Stocks Mostly Lower After Anemic Consumer Spending Drags Down U.S. Growth

Stocks Mostly Lower After Anemic Consumer Spending Drags Down U.S. Growth

Stocks are mostly lower on Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Still Big Fans of Alphabet, Amazon

We like what we see ahead for both names, and also think there are tailwinds behind the portfolio's Applied Materials.

Stock Futures Mostly Higher After U.S. Economic Growth Slows in First Quarter

Stock Futures Mostly Higher After U.S. Economic Growth Slows in First Quarter

Stock futures hold mostly higher on Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter shows a sharp slowdown.

Rev's Forum: Amazon and Alphabet Are Great Stocks, but Are They Great Leaders?

Rev's Forum: Amazon and Alphabet Are Great Stocks, but Are They Great Leaders?

What's good for the two big-cap monoliths is not necessarily good for the entire market.

Amazon Could Lead Nasdaq to New Record Highs Against Today

Amazon Could Lead Nasdaq to New Record Highs Against Today

Amazon shares soar on a big earnings and sales beat as its cloud business helped drive results.

Market Recon: Watch the Passage of the One-Week Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown

Market Recon: Watch the Passage of the One-Week Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown

If passage of the bill starts to look shaky, there will be a certain level of risk priced into both equity, and debt securities.

Trader's Daily Notebook: Staying on the Sidelines?

Trader's Daily Notebook: Staying on the Sidelines?

Earnings may get more investors in the game.

Wake Up Wall Street: Trump Targets South Korea Over Trade

Wake Up Wall Street: Trump Targets South Korea Over Trade

This is what you need to know before the bell

Earnings Help Jump-Start Market Momentum

Earnings Help Jump-Start Market Momentum

2 days of flat action after the rally to start the week are a perfect setup.

Heck With the NFL Draft; I'm Anxiously Awaiting a Big Earnings Night

Heck With the NFL Draft; I'm Anxiously Awaiting a Big Earnings Night

Microsoft, Intel, Alphabet and Amazon are among the big-cap names that will report after the bell.

What Analysts Expect From Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Intel

What Analysts Expect From Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Intel

Four tech giants with $150 billion-plus market caps report after the bell.

Income Seeker: Chip and Beer Companies Going Ex-Dividend

Intel and Anheuser-Busch InBev are among companies set to go ex-dividend next week.

Trader's Daily Notebook: Keeping the Bears at Bay

Trader's Daily Notebook: Keeping the Bears at Bay

Selling had little or nothing to do with tax plan.

Market Recon: The Tax Reform Is Just Ordinary Negotiation on Steroids

Market Recon: The Tax Reform Is Just Ordinary Negotiation on Steroids

Nobody shows their hand in negotiations. Why should government? This new tax plan must go to Congress.

It's the Earnings, Not the Politics: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/25/17)

It's the Earnings, Not the Politics: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/25/17)

Jim Cramer maintains this rally is fueled by the strong performance of U.S. companies, but says it's worth assessing stock market valuations.

Cramer: Nasdaq 6000 (the Number) vs. Nasdaq 2000 (the Year)

Cramer: Nasdaq 6000 (the Number) vs. Nasdaq 2000 (the Year)

You think the exchange is overvalued? I don't, and here's why.