Intel (INTC) Stock Analysis
Intel has paid a dividend since 1992, and is included in the Arbor Dividend Producers / Growers List. The company abandoned its annual increases in 2012 but renewed its intention to be a dividend grower with a raise in 2016.
Dividend Yield: 2.5%
Current Dividend: $1.20
Cash Flow From Operations (CFO) Per Share (ttm): $4.57
Free Cash Flow Per Share (ttm): $2.14
Market Capitalization: $223 B
Enterprise Value: $227 B
Dividend Analyzer Checklist
(updated January 2018)
Dividend Safety Score (24/33 points)
Dividend Payout Ratio (ttm): 36%
Cash Dividend Payout Ratio (ttm): 43% (9/12 points)
Net Financial Debt: $14136 M
Total Assets: $127088 M
Net Financial Debt / Total Assets: 11% (9/12 points)
Net Financial Debt to EBITDA (ttm): 104%
Piotroski Score (1-9) (TTM): (6/9 points)
Profitability Score (20/33 points)
Operating Earnings Yield (ttm): 7.8% (12/15 points)
Net Income (ttm): $13850 M
Gross Profit (ttm): $38407 M
Total Assets: $127088 M
Gross Profitability Ratio = GP / Total Assets: 30% (8/18 points)
Cash Return On Invested Capital (CROIC)(tttm): 12%
Return on Invested Capital (ROIC): 14%
Valuation Score (24/34 points)
Free Cash Flow Yield (ttm): 5.4% (11/17 points)
EV to EBIT (ttm): 11.7
EV to EBITDA (ttm): 8.3 (13/17 points)
Price to Sales Ratio (ttm): 3.5
Price to Book Value (ttm): 3.0
Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E) (ttm): 16
PE 10: 24
TOTAL POINTS – (68/100) (50 is an average score)
Earnings Report: 1/26/18
Next Earnings Report: 4/27/2018
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Rankings & Recommendations
(updated January 2018)
Intel (INTC) is ranked #43 (out of 405) overall and #3 (out of 25) in the Technology Sector by the Dividend Analyzer.
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Intel is the largest chipmaker in the world. The company is known for its successful research and development which has produced consistent innovation and kept Intel in a leadership position for several decades.
Due to the decline in the PC business (where Intel chips dominate) the company is investing billions to stay/become a major player in other important growth areas of technology.
Mobile (MBLY) Acquisition
On March 13, 2017 Intel announced they are acquiring Mobile (MBLY) for 15.3 billion. Mobileye is a leading technology provider for the autonomous vehicle industry. This could be a game changer for Intel.
The acquisition is expected to be accretive (add to, grow) to Intel’s earnings and free cash flow in year one. Mobileye will be good for Intel, and Intel will be good for Mobileye. Mobileye will now have Intel’s solid balance sheet and almost unlimited cash to grow the company. This acquisition should have large positive synergies when you take into account Intel’s global reach in manufacturing and marketing.
MBLY revenues are growing exponentially:
2011: 19 M
2012: 40 M
2013: 81 M
2014: 144 M
2015: 241 M
2016: 358 M
Unlike many young fast growing technology companies, MBLY has already been profitable the last two years.
The acquisition of Mobileye establishes Intel as the leader in autonomous driving technology. Intel has the resources and knows how to excel in a market that is going to have exponential growth. Not only is the stock reasonably priced, it now has a potential driver for growing company earnings for the next couple of decades.
Intel operates 5 main groups:
1. Client Computing Group (CCG)
Although this is a shrinking group, it is still the largest group. Its products have nearly dominated the PC desk top market for years.
2. Data Center Group (DCG)
This one of the fastest growing groups and the second largest. The Data Center Group may pass the PC Client Group in a few years (maybe 2019?). The focus is on providing energy efficient performance in data center servers which provide storage and network connectivity platforms.
3. Internet of Things Group (IoTG)
Along with the Data Center Group, this is where Intel is growing fastest. IoT is somewhat ambiguous, because it involves so many products. It can be described as an assortment of mini processors, sensors, and wireless communication devices that are able to exchange and make use of information (interoperable ecosystems). Increasing security and simplifying connectivity are the main goals of the group.
4. Software and Services Operating Group (SSG)
This groups enables platforms for use across multiple operating systems, applications, and services. One of their biggest goals is to protect customers from malware and emerging online treats. Security is in high demand and becoming more important every day.
5. All Other
Includes all new devices and non-volatile memory solutions.
SWOT Analysis For Intel
Intel’s size and experience provides advantages in efficiencies, scale, cost, marketing, etc. As long as they continue to innovate, these advantages provide an economic moat.
High free cash flows allow Intel to maintain a strong balance sheet, return money to shareholders, and make strategic acquisition to reposition itself for growth.
Intel’s largest business segment (PC Client Group) is shrinking. This makes their growing segments absolutely crucial to the future of Intel.
Intel has the resources and technology prowess to develop products that meet the needs of businesses and consumers. In addition they have the ability to make acquisitions that fill niches in areas they are lacking.
Competition is intense in many of the new areas in which Intel is venturing.