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Nomura Securities Maintains a 'Reduce' on Intel (INTC); We Tried To Tell You

July 18, 2012 9:25 AM EDT Send to a Friend
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Nomura Securities maintains a 'Reduce' on Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) price target of $25.00.

Analyst, Romit Shah, said, "Intel reported Q2 sales of $13.5bn (+5% QoQ), slightly below our estimate of $13.6bn, and adjusted EPS of $0.53 versus our estimate of $0.52. Data Center was a bright spot, PC Client sales improved 3% QoQ and Other IA grew 3% QoQ. Intel highlighted macro weakness impacting PC shipments in Asia, Western Europe and North America. We forecast Q4 sales up 4.4% QoQ. We estimate processor ASPs will go from up 12% in 2011 to down 3% in 2012. Our estimates are unchanged at $14.3b/$0.61 in Q3; F12E EPS from $2.38 to $2.40; F13E EPS from $2.52 to $2.36."

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Shares of Intel closed at $25.38 yesterday.




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We Tried To Tell You
stretcho44 on 2012-07-18 22:44:06
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Romit Shah has had Intel on a REDUCE rating for a year when his Intel target was $18. Romit Shah has raised his target from $18 to $25 in 12 months while maintaining a REDUCE rating. Intel has increased revenues by 20%, yielded 3% dividend and has met every forecast they have made.

Why did Romit Shah increase Intel target price by 38% over the last year and maintain his REDUCE rating? What keeps Intel from being a NEUTRAL rating?

Romit Shah has a BUY recommendation on shares of NVDA and BRCM when are both DOWN 5% to 10% during his BUY rating. Intel is UP over 15%.

Romit Shah has cost his clients who followed him 30% losses if they had followed him.

Ask him what it would take for Intel to be a NEUTRAL rating.

http://www.streetinsider.com/rating_history.php?q=intc&firm=110


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