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Intel Has Performed Well Since Acquiring Mobileye

publication date: Jan 13, 2020
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Image Shown: Intel Corporation (represented by the blue line in the graph above), a long time holding in both our Best Ideas Newsletter and Dividend Growth Newsletter portfolios, has substantially outperformed the NASDAQ 100 index (black line) and the S&P 500 index (orange line) since the period just before announcing its ~$15 billion deal to acquire Mobileye in March 2017, before taking dividends into consideration (given that Intel pays out a decent dividend, that wouldn’t change this picture materially). 

We continue to like Intel in both our newsletter portfolios and its ~2.1% yield as of this writing provides investors with a nice income stream. Intel’s dividend will likely continue to experience strong per share growth over the coming years, in our view, a growth trajectory that’s well supported by Intel’s 2.1x Dividend Cushion ratio.

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