Fool Video: Intel -- Buy, Sell, or Hold?

It's been a tough time for many tech stocks. Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: JAVA  ) and Texas Instruments (NYSE: TXN  ) reported weaker-than-expected results, and Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO  ) announced that it was laying off 10% of its workforce. So what does the future hold for technology bellwether Intel (NYSE: INTC  ) ? Will Intel's Atom processor produce smashing returns for Dell (Nasdaq: DELL  ) ? The Motley Fool recently had an opportunity to get a firsthand look at all things Intel; in this installment of "Fool Video," Motley Fool contributors Tim Beyers and Karl Thiel discuss Intel's future.

Go straight to the source! We sent a team of Fools to Silicon Valley to visit Intel and many other innovative companies to kick the tires and search for the next great investing opportunity. If you'd like to read our research and analysis from the trip, just click here to enter your email address and let us know where to send them.

Dell and Intel are Motley Fool Inside Value selections. Neither Karl, Tim, nor Mac owns any of the stocks discussed. Try any of our Foolish newsletters today, free for 30 days. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.


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  • Report this Comment On October 22, 2008, at 4:22 PM, BoTom wrote:

    Actually, the original Moore's law doesnt say processing power doubles every 18 months. It says complexity/transistor density doubles every 18-24 months. :P

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