Intel's Still One of the Cheapest Stocks on the Market
It's no longer the days of tech bubble and the market for personal computers is now in decline. This means that any company with close ties to PCs as a major source of revenue is in trouble. On this list is Intel, which finds itself behind market leaders Qualcomm and ARM Holdings in the new age of mobile devices. But while two-thirds of Intel's revenue still comes from PC-related chips, this is a company that still has considerable value. And with fourth-quarter revenue arriving at $13.4 billion or the midpoint of its guidance, the company's efforts are beginning to work.