Intel Stock Shows Weaknesses Despite Strong Financials

On Monday, Intel stock was at 29.02 during pre-Market at 09:13 AM

It is simple to ignore that Intel stock has been down 21% over the past three months. However, a closer examination of its strong financial position may persuade you otherwise. The company is worth investigating, given that fundamentals typically determine long-term market outcomes. We chose to emphasize Intels (NASDAQ:INTC) ROE in this piece.

A shareholder should consider the return on equity (ROE), which indicates how well their money is being reinvested. Simply said, ROE displays each dollars profit relative to shareholder investments.

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Growth in Intels Earnings and A 19% ROE

On the surface, Intel appears to have a respectable ROE. And after comparing it with the sector, we discovered that the average ROE for that sector is also 19%. This helps to explain, among other things, Intels modest 11% growth over the past five years.

Next, when we compared Intels claimed increase to the industrys reported growth of 26% for the same period, we discovered that this was not what we wanted to see.

To a large part, a companys earnings growth serves as the foundation for assigning value to it. Investors then need to examine whether or not the anticipated profit growth–or lack thereof–has already been factored into the share price. They will therefore know if the stock is sailing through crystal-clear seas or whether marshy conditions are in store. Is Intel valued fairly in comparison to other corporations? You might find that these 3 valuation metrics are useful.

Is Intel Utilizing Its Profits Efficiently?

With a typical payout ratio of 26% over the past three years, Intel likely keeps the remaining 74% of its income. This means that the companys dividend is adequately covered, and given the companys respectable growth, it appears that management is investing its earnings profitably.

Is Intel Utilizing Its Profits Efficiently?

Over the past decade, Intel has been consistently paying its shareholders dividends. With a typical payout ratio of 26% over the past three years, Intel likely keeps the remaining 74% of its income. This means that the companys dividend is adequately covered, and given the companys respectable growth, it appears that management is investing its earnings profitably.

After analyzing the most recent analysts consensus data, we discovered that the companys future payout ratio is anticipated to increase to 53% over the next three years. Therefore, the anticipated increase in the payout ratio explains why it is anticipated that the companys ROE will decrease to 13% during that time.

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Summary

We believe that Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has performed admirably overall. Its particularly encouraging to observe that the company is making significant investments in its operations, which, along with a strong rate of return, have led to a respectable increase in its earnings. Having said that, the companys earnings growth is anticipated to slow down, according to the most recent industry expert projections. Are these experts predictions based on the general expectations for the sector or on the underlying factors of the business?

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