Poor microprocessors. They are the brains of our computers, but how many people know whether there is an Intel
Sure, we know the name outside the box. Hewlett-Packard
So let's show Intel a little love this week. The chip giant is obviously about more than just powering your PC, but we still can't get two Fools to agree about its prospects as an investment. Jack Uldrich is so bullish on Intel that he owns a piece of the company. Anders Bylund is so bearish that he owns a piece of AMD.
How do you feel about this popular Inside Value newsletter recommendation? That's what this Duel is all about.
- Read the bull argument
- Read the bear argument
- Read the bullish rebuttal
- Read the bearish rebuttal
- Sound off in Motley Fool CAPS
- Vote for the winner
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz knows the brain behind his computer. He doesn't own shares in any of the stocks mentioned in this article. Dell is a recommendation of both Inside Value and Stock Advisor. The Fool has a disclosure policy.
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