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Intel shares sold? For analysts there are 3 reasons to buy

Intel shares sold? For analysts there are 3 reasons to buy.
Therefore, the decline that the stock suffered at the beginning of the eighth quarter (-3.18%) is not scary.
In recent years, competition from Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices has threatened Intel's dominant position in the central processing unit (CPU) market.
However, despite these obstacles, there are 3 compelling reasons to consider an investment in Intel stock.
First, Intel's response to market challenges is evident in its investment plans.
Spending $40 billion on new factories in Ohio and Arizona, the company seeks to diversify supply chains and offer more options to chip designers.
This investment not only supports the production of chips for other companies, but also contributes to the development of new technologies that could confer long-term competitive advantages.
Second, although expenses have cut into profits, preliminary results show a promising opportunity.
In the third quarter, Intel's foundry services revenue grew 34% to $311 million.
Expanding manufacturing capabilities could become a significant source of growth and competitive advantage over time.
Third, the outlook for Intel chip sales is improving.
Despite weakness in the semiconductor industry, Intel appears to have bottomed out, with revenue growing year-over-year in every quarter of 2023.
New server chips, such as Sierra Forest, Emerald Rapids and Gaudi, could further boost revenue in the 2024, solidifying Intel's competitive position in the data center market.
Intel: operational strategies with UniCredit Turbo Certificates Intel is correcting the rise achieved in the last month.
For the moment, the decline does not change the underlying bullish tone.
Only below the 40 area, corresponding to the 38.2% retracement (Fibonacci) of the movement that started at the end of October, and the violation of the 38.70 area, would signs of weakening arrive that could lead to the test of 37.20 dollars.
Below this reference, the support at around 33.70 will need to be carefully monitored.
On the contrary, the holding of the 40 area and the break of 45.40 dollars could reactivate the race towards targets at 48.90 and 52.40.
To trade long on Intel it might make sense to use a Turbo Open End certificate from Unicredit with ISIN DE000HD0DR75.
The certificate has Intel as its underlying and currently has a barrier of 20.69%.
To trade Short, however, it may be appropriate to use Unicredit's Turbo Open End Short certificate with ISIN DE000HD14BR7, having a barrier 19.33% away and Intel as the underlying.
We remind you that this barrier corresponds to a real stop loss, intrinsic to the product, upon touching which the position is automatically closed.
Furthermore, Unicredit's Turbo Open End certificates eliminate the problem of the investment time limit without maintaining the presence of the annoying compounding effect.
However, they are complex financial instruments: for trading operations it is important to set a stop loss based on your needs and the right money management rules.
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