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[May 01, 2006] User Guide Update and Cow Tipping, by Mark Robertson
Have you ever gone cow-tipping.

[Apr 01, 2011] Fools, Flat Spot Fever & Muddy Moments, by Mark Robertson
Our community thrives on stripping away the emotions that sometimes include nasty memories, muddied results and focus on the road ahead.

[May 10, 2019] Omaha-Inspired Ownage, by Mark Robertson
Mark's first cut at a cheat sheet for the Chicago NAIC national convention.

[Apr 01, 2007] Huddling with History, by Mark Robertson
Heed the lessons of history. Opportunities and challenges do repeat and human nature is pretty reliable.

[Aug 01, 2010] Hoard vs. Herds: QQQQ, by Cy Lynch
The average selection for the Hoard has outperformed the total stock market benchmark by +12.6% during its holding period. Accuracy stands at 68% due to some lagging healthcare positions.

[Jul 01, 2006] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
Continue to shop among the highest quality companies with financial strength ratings of "A" or better.

[May 01, 2006] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
The highest rated companies based on a combination including PAR and quality rating are Walgreen, Wrigley, Meredith and Medtronic.

[Aug 01, 2006] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
Highest rated companies this month include Cisco Systems,\r\nAbercrombie & Fitch, Microsoft and Bed Bath & Beyond.

[Jun 01, 2005] Fidelity Dividend Growth, by Mark Robertson
For the second consecutive month, we feature a Fidelity fund as the mutual selection for study.

[Aug 01, 2005] Thompson Plumb Growth, by Mark Robertson
Thompson Plumb Growth is among a group of long-term performance leaders featured this month.

[Jan 01, 2007] Summing Our Financial Strength, by Mark Robertson
A company can't be best-of-breed without a high relative financial strength.

[May 01, 2005] Fidelity Blue Chip Growth, by Mark Robertson
This fund is probably a poster child for truth-in-advertising.

[Sep 01, 2005] Federated Capital Appreciation, by Mark Robertson
FEDEX appears to have the potential to return to its favorable historical performance when it ranked in the top decile of all large-cap growth funds.

[Dec 01, 2005] T. Rowe Price Science & Technology, by Mark Robertson
PRSCX is in solid position to continue to narrow the performance deficit and shine in days ahead..

[Jul 01, 2005] Nasdaq-100 (QQQQ), by Mark Robertson
QQQQ is designed to follow the NASDAQ-100 index composed of 100 of the fastest growing technology and non-financial services companies listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market..

[Oct 01, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The three top performers in the MANIFEST TOP 40 with the largest annualized relative returns since inception are Quality Systems, Infosys Tech and FactSet Research.

[Jul 01, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The MANIFEST TOP 40 is now 3.75 years old. The list represents the most widely-followed companies from subscriber dashboards. The annualized rate of return for the stocks on your collective dashboards is (-3.0%) versus (-8.0%) for the Wilshire 5000.

[Dec 15, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The three top performers in the MANIFEST TOP 40 are Cognizant Technology, Quality Systems and Infosys Tech.

[Dec 17, 2007] Christmas Countdown: StockWatch Reports, by Mark Robertson
With the release of the latest MANIFEST 40, we've decided to perform a bunch of StockWatch reports on the most widely-held residents in subscriber dashboards.

[Mar 29, 2007] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our seventh edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[May 08, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Walgreen (WAG) continues in the lead as the company found on the highest number of subscriber dashboards. The top ten was unchanged since the December edition of the MANIFEST 40.

[Dec 17, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The outlook continues to be favorable for the MANIFEST 40. It's the relative return that matters with a long-term perspective. We'll take +6% and wish everybody the best of the holiday season.

[Sep 30, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our MANIFEST 40 is a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers. The annualized rate of return for the stocks on our collective dashboards is 4.1% versus (0.4%) for the Wilshire 5000 since inception.

[Jul 01, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
This is our 12th edition of the MANIFEST 40, covering the last 3 years. It's a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Dec 30, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our sixth edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Mar 27, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
This is our 11th edition of the MANIFEST 40, covering the last 33 months. It's a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Sep 21, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Stability within the Top 40 seems to be increasing as Home Depot continues to hold down the top position, despite some angst and shareholder discomfort.

[Jul 01, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
In the realm of long-term investing, patience is a virtue.

[Apr 07, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Manifest consensus-by-dashboard continues to perform fairly well, delivering a 13.9% rate of return but now trails the Wilshire 5000.

[Jul 01, 2007] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our eighth edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Oct 01, 2005] Peak Interest In Quality Leaders, by Mark Robertson
In this issue, we introduce the MANIFEST 40, consisting of the stocks which appear most frequently on your collective dashboards.

[Dec 30, 2005] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
A list of the most widely-followed companies from subscriber dashboards.

[Oct 01, 2013] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
Every week we sort through the update batch and feature companies with solid return forecasts according to Value Line. This month, we share the results of that screen.

[Apr 01, 2015] MANIFEST 40 Update, by Mark Robertson
Our MANIFEST 40 is a celebration of collective excellence in stock selection, strategy and disciplined patience. We continuously monitor the 40 most-widely followed stocks by our community of subscribers at Manifest Investing.

[Jan 01, 2015] Manifest Top 40 Update, by Mark Robertson
Our MANIFEST 40 is a celebration of collective excellence in stock selection, strategy and disciplined patience. We continuously monitor the 40 most-widely followed stocks by our community of subscribers at Manifest Investing.

[Oct 01, 2013] Is Buy-and-Hold Dead?, by Mark Robertson
You don’t have to google very long to come up with a long list of articles and commentaries about the death of “buy and hold” as a strategy.

[Mar 01, 2015] Dawns of Awakening Redux, by Mark Robertson
Several years into what has proved to be something of a secular bull market, we find that many investors around us are sad. Confused. Frustrated.

[Apr 01, 2014] Another Shining Moment, by Mark Robertson
If you’ve been around here as a subscriber for a while you may have heard or read about this before. For me, it was one of those etched moments during a few decades of investing. They don’t happen all that often but this one has been indelible.

[Oct 01, 2007] Vanguard Technology ETF, by Cy Lynch
VGT is passively managed to track the performance of the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) US Investable Market Information Technology Index..

[Feb 14, 2007] Diodes, Inc., by Ken Kavula
One of the players in the arena of "simple semis" is DIOD.

[Mar 01, 2006] VIPERs Vanguard Growth, by Cy Lynch
VUG's exceptional Quality Rating, superior financial strength and diversification across industries and sectors make it a solid core holding in any equity-oriented portfolio..

[Jan 01, 2006] VIPERs Vanguard Technology, by Cy Lynch
VGT is passively managed to track the Morgan Stanley Capital\r\nInternational US Investable Market Information Technology Index.

[Oct 01, 2005] Vanguard Growth Equity, by Mark Robertson
You'll need a few ounces of courage and risk tolerance to own VGEQX but we've been impressed by the strong migration to quality.

[Dec 01, 2005] Divining By Sector, by Mark Robertson
When subscribers Joe Bowen and Cy Lynch urged me to explore exchange-traded funds (ETFs) I was skeptical.

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Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 12/17/2019 08:52 AM · Stocks
https://www.morningbrew.com/daily/stories/2019/12/16/intel-ups-ai-game-2-billion-acquisition-habana-labs

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 10/15/2013 05:20 PM · Stocks
Intel (INTC) expects Q4 revenue of $13.7B vs. a consensus of $14.02B. The company’s 2013 capex guidance has been lowered again, this time to $10.8B...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 07/18/2013 08:55 AM · Stocks
Intel falls following weak Q2 report. Intel (INTC) shares dropped 3.3% pre-market after the chip company’s Q2 earnings missed expectations and it...

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 04/11/2013 09:26 AM · Stocks
Hugh I see the main problem MSFT faces is they have two superb cash cows namely Windows and Office both of which have superb margins due to the...

Intel (INTC) · by Hugh McManus · 04/11/2013 01:22 AM · Stocks
Intel seems to be in a stronger position than does Microsoft. It will be interesting to watch.

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 04/10/2013 11:13 PM · Stocks
Hugh I did not see the WSJ article but I did see the IDC report citing the sharp drop in PC sales. Reading a little closer it seems businesses...

Intel (INTC) · by Hugh McManus · 04/10/2013 04:55 PM · Stocks
There’s an interesting article on the WSJ website about a record slowdown in PC shipments during the first quarter. There’s even a comment that the...

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 03/29/2013 11:52 AM · Stocks
Another article titled Intel Cisco Foundry Deal Confirmed by Ashraf suggests Intel may have obtained some chip foundry work from Cisco. This would...

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 03/28/2013 10:17 AM · Stocks
Below is a comment to an article that in my view provides a bullish view of the future of Intel despite all the recent negative publicity. It was...

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 03/27/2013 09:38 PM · Stocks
Another bullish Intel article can be found at Intel $48 Stock in 4 Years This was written by a techie. Be sure to read the many article comments...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 03/27/2013 05:55 PM · Stocks
From Kurt earlier today: http://betanews.com/2013/03/26/pc-apocalypse-emerging-market-buyers-move-from-smartphones-to-tablets/

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 03/27/2013 04:32 PM · Stocks
Mark and Hugh selected Intel (INTC) for the March Round Table. Here’s a supporting opinion:...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 03/27/2013 04:37 PM · Stocks
And a counterpoint… I’ve heard Kurt talk about a number of these topics and concepts:...

Intel (INTC) · by Sunil Veluvali · 07/18/2012 09:26 AM · Stocks
Not really. ARM and its ecosystem of companies power 90% of the mobile processor market. Intel is playing catch-up with the poor decision to sell...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 07/18/2012 08:20 AM · Stocks
Weak PC demand hits Intel’s profit. Intel’s (INTC) Q2 net profit slipped 4% to $2.83B despite revenue climbing 4% to $13.5B, and it cut its FY...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 05/25/2012 10:34 AM · Stocks
Great question, Dan. My instinct is that Intel is “inside” much of the mobile stuff too — but no idea how much and if displacement is...

Intel (INTC) · by Dan Hess · 05/25/2012 10:16 AM · Stocks
The question I have on Intel is with the shift from PC based users to mobile users can Intel get into and dominate the mobile space as they did the...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 05/25/2012 08:14 AM · Stocks
Intel’s Growth Prospects Make It Attractive Right Now After a stellar run from the beginning of the year to about late April, semiconductor stocks...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/14/2011 09:16 AM · Stocks
Intel (INTC) is one of the companies that “came up” in the This Week in Value Line for January 7. Intel’s earnings beat. Intel (INTC) beat earnings...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 03/20/2006 08:37 AM · Stocks
>The Quality rating is 71.6, so the quality rating currently appears to be at an all-time high. I need to make a clarification here. Because...

Intel (INTC) · by Don Wilson · 03/19/2006 06:19 PM · Stocks
Looks like this baby needs a recession/down market to reach its peak PAR. The Quality rating is 71.6, so the quality rating currently appears to be...

Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 03/19/2006 03:33 PM · Stocks
Probably time for another chronicle to see if it suggests anything. The chronicle for Intel (INTC) is attached. Mark Robertson

Intel (INTC) · by Don Wilson · 03/17/2006 05:41 PM · Stocks
Intel is looking more like a buy daily with a current PAR of 15.2%, QR 71.6, and GR 6.6%. TTM PE hasn’t been this low since 1996. I was wondering...

Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/08/2010 04:25 PM · Stocks
Projected Avg P/E, PAR With a projected P/E in the “high teens,” the PAR is approximately 10%.

Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/08/2010 04:05 PM · Stocks
Intel Corp (INTC) is a long-time community favorite. At one time, INTC ranked as the most widely-held stock among investment clubs with a streak...

Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/08/2010 04:07 PM · Stocks
Profitability Analysis INTC is an industry leader on its management report card with projected net margins of approximately 20%.

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 10/11/2008 12:19 PM · Stocks
The expectations for Intel continue to look pretty good:

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Pascal Meerpoel · 04/18/2008 01:21 PM · Stocks
Mark, Is there a specific reason for using cash flow in the visual and P/CF to calculate the PAR. In the previous stockwatch (01-16-08) you were...

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 04/18/2008 09:56 AM · Stocks
Chronicle Reminder: The Top 40 chronicles can be found in the Reading Room .

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 04/18/2008 09:38 AM · Stocks
Intel recently reported earnings pretty much in line with expectations: Intel’s Quarter on Target: Tech Sector Exhales Here’s the updated visual...

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 04/18/2008 09:42 AM · Stocks
Technical Analysis It looks to me like there’s substantial resistance at $27-28 and support at $17-18. I’d certainly consider $17 as a projected...

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/16/2008 10:05 AM · Stocks
Summary The most recent StockWatch on Intel was issued fairly recently (12/24/2007) but it’s already time for an update. The update is driven by...

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/16/2008 10:06 AM · Stocks
Visual Analysis The 2009 estimates have been added as shown here:

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/16/2008 10:07 AM · Stocks
Technical Analysis Intel is down 12% in early trading on Wednesday, reflecting concerns about long-term fundamentals and a slight weakening in...

StockWatch: Intel (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/16/2008 10:23 AM · Stocks
Valuation: Projected Average P/E Herb Greenberg assails the long-time premium P/E generally afforded Intel by investors in: What is Intel Really...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Bill Bickley · 05/24/2007 12:14 PM · Stocks
Too high!

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Hugh McManus · 05/24/2007 11:33 AM · Stocks
Mark, Good point. Intel is the 800 pound Gorilla in its space. I can’t imagine writing this company off. I know that we’re reaching the theoretical...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Dan Hess · 05/24/2007 11:34 AM · Stocks
Mark Your post on Intel caused me to go back and look at the IAS decision to sell INTC in May 2006. I see the following: 1) First quarter 06...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Bill Bickley · 05/24/2007 11:37 AM · Stocks
With margins appearing to be recovering (after the near death struggle with AMD over prices), I think the question I have is whether 9.1% is a...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Dan Hess · 05/24/2007 11:50 AM · Stocks
Bill > I have is whether 9.1% is a reasonable expectation for revenue growth. Are you thinking 9.1% is too high or too low? Welcome out of the L...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Mark Robertson · 05/24/2007 10:03 AM · Stocks
>[A year ago] the Investor Advisory Service downgraded Intel Corp and [announced that] they would no longer carry [INTC] on their list of...

Rebooting Intel (INTC)? · by Mark Robertson · 05/24/2007 10:17 AM · Stocks
I often smile when I see “discontinue coverage” when issued by analysts and money managers. Is that a sell? Or does it rank up there with, “I’m...

Intel Corp. (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 01/18/2006 03:07 PM · Stocks
Intel Corp (INTC), currently ranked #13 on the MANIFEST 40 , reported revenues which fell short of expectations for the quarter ended 12/2005....

StockWatch: Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2007 06:22 PM · Stocks
Summary Intel Corp (INTC) is a long-time community favorite — at one time reigning atop the Better Investing Top 100 companies — and still ranks...

StockWatch: Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2007 06:22 PM · Stocks
Visual Analysis

StockWatch: Intel Corp (INTC) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2007 06:27 PM · Stocks
Profitability Analysis Margin results, year-in and year-out, are one of the significant characteristics affected by the cyclical nature of Intel’s...

Intel Corp (INTC) Chronicle · by Mark Robertson · 01/16/2007 04:47 PM · Stocks
An updated chronicle for Intel (INTC) is attached.

Intel Corp (INTC) Chronicle · by Mark Robertson · 11/13/2006 06:19 PM · Stocks
The Chronicle for Intel (INTC) has seen better days. Mark Robertson

Chronicles (Stocks) · by Mark Robertson · 11/30/2009 03:35 PM · Stocks
Intel (INTC)

Groundhog Challenge XIV (2020) Entries · by Larry Dix · 02/02/2020 04:37 PM · Groundhog Challenge
Here are Larry Dix’s picks for 2020 1. NVCR (Novocure) 2. ISRG (Intuitive Surgical) 3. INTC (Intel) 4 AMZN (Amazon) 5. GOOG (Alphabet) 6. PCLN...

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Intel (INTC)

Quality 91
PAR 8.5%

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Quality 5
PAR 38.0%