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08.12.2021 14:49

Intel Remains a Hold After Mobileye IPO News, but Some Peers Look Good

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Intel Corporation INTC has finally decided to unlock some value for shareholders with an IPO of Mobileye, the leading provider of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving solutions.Back in 2017, Intel paid around $15 billion for the Israel-based company. Since then, it has helped the team develop leading driver assistance technology with numerous automotive design wins. The new company will include Intel’s Moovit acquisition, as well as the Intel teams working on lidar and radar development and other Mobileye projects.Intel will retain a majority stake in the company and continue to collaborate on the development of leading sensor technology. The independence of the unit may also help attract customers (Mobileye has continued to use TSMC facilities rather than Intel’s). Mobileye’s auto relationships (it has 41 new ADAS wins with more than 30 leading automakers worldwide) will help Intel tap the semiconductor opportunity in the automotive sector. The company currently expects that the share of semiconductors in the premium automotive bill of materials (BOM) will be 20% by 2030.The auto opportunity has really grown in recent times, as automakers race toward EVs to meet climate goals and increasingly, toward autonomous cars (AVs) for safety and improved cost-of-ownership.  The collaboration has been very good for Mobileye so far, “nearly tripling annual chip shipments, revenue and the number of employees,” according to founder Anmon Shashua, who will remain on its board. Intel expects Mobileye’s revenue to grow 40% this year.While investors responded positively to the news, there’s no denying that Intel has a lot of ground to cover, having lost its process lead and product edge to competitors. New CEO Pat Gelsinger is under some pressure to put the company back on track. And it won’t be easy. Or quick.However, some other stocks in the Zacks-classified Semiconductor-General industry do look good right now.First among these is Zacks #1 (Strong Buy)-ranked SCREEN Holdings DINRF, which develops, manufactures, sells and maintains semiconductor production equipment in Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, China, the U.S., Europe and elsewhere. It also offers contract manufacturing support services.Kyoto, Japan-based SCREEN Holdings reports every six months. In the previous six-month period ending September, the company saw revenue growth of 31.2% and operating income growth of 271.2% from the comparable prior-year period. While the demand strength is broad-based across its semiconductor, graphics arts, display and coater, and PCB equipment businesses, not all of it is related to pandemic-related bounce back (SCREEN’s revenue dropped just 3.7% in the same period last year while its earnings grew 88.6%).But the pandemic, particularly the operating-from-home environment, increasing demand for data centers, 5G, AI and IoT adoption, did contribute, with supply chain bottlenecks remaining an offsetting factor.The couple of analysts providing estimates on SCREEN Holdings currently expect its 2022 (ending March) revenue to grow 24.6% and 2023 revenue to grow 8.6%. Earnings for the two years are expected to grow a respective 99.1% and 18.7%.Additionally, SCREEN Holdings’ estimates for both years are up. In the last 60 days, the 2022 estimate increased 54 cents (9.0%) and the 2023 estimate increased 67 cents (9.4%).Next on the list is Zacks #2 (Buy)-ranked NVIDIA Corp. NVDA, which is the worldwide leader in visual computing technologies and the inventor of the graphic processing unit, or GPU. Over the years, the company’s focus has evolved from PC graphics to artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions that now support high performance computing (HPC), gaming and virtual reality (VR) platforms.NVIDIA is seeing rapid adoption of its technology in the gaming market where its stream of new products has encouraged developers. It is already the favorite in the data center market, and this position should strengthen with the Mellanox acquisition. As businesses increasingly take to the cloud and individuals increasingly connect from different locations (particularly post-COVID), data center demand has gone up considerably. NVIDIA’s products also used for the development of artificial intelligence, and machine learning systems in various industries, particularly automotive run on its technology.Analysts expect NVIDIA’s 2022 (ending January) revenue to grow 60.1% and 2023 revenue to grow 17.7%.  That’s no mean feat when it’s from a base of nearly $17 billion in fiscal 2021. Its earnings are currently expected to grow 73.2% and 18.3%, respectively.NVIDIA’s estimate revisions trend is also encouraging. In the last 30 days, its 2022 earnings estimate has increased 19 cents (4.6%) and 2023 estimate 46 cents (9.9%).STMicroelectronics STM is another player in this industry with a Zacks #2 rank. It designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of semiconductor integrated circuits and discrete devices used in a wide variety of microelectronic applications, including telecommunications systems, computer systems, consumer products, automotive products and industrial automation and control systems.STMicroelectronics is seeing broad-based increase across most product groups with improved efficiencies and utilization driving its profitability.The lone analyst providing estimates for STMicroelectronics sees its revenue growing 23.4% this year and 8.9% in the next. Earnings growth is expected to be 65.3% this year and 28.2% in the next.Also, estimates for both years were raised. The 2021 estimate is up 9 cents (4.7%) while the 2022 estimate is up 38 cents (17.4%) in the last 60 days.3-Month Price PerformanceImage Source: Zacks Investment ResearchInfrastructure Stock Boom to Sweep AmericaA massive push to rebuild the crumbling U.S. infrastructure will soon be underway. It’s bipartisan, urgent, and inevitable. Trillions will be spent. Fortunes will be made.The only question is “Will you get into the right stocks early when their growth potential is greatest?”Zacks has released a Special Report to help you do just that, and today it’s free. Discover 7 special companies that look to gain the most from construction and repair to roads, bridges, and buildings, plus cargo hauling and energy transformation on an almost unimaginable scale.Download FREE: How to Profit from Trillions on Spending for Infrastructure >>Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Intel Corporation (INTC): Free Stock Analysis Report STMicroelectronics N.V. (STM): Free Stock Analysis Report NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA): Free Stock Analysis Report Screen Holdings Co., Ltd (DINRF): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on Zacks.com click here. Zacks Investment Research
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11.01.2022Intel UnderperformBernstein Research
11.01.2022Intel OutperformCredit Suisse Group
08.12.2021Intel OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
08.12.2021Intel OutperformCredit Suisse Group
07.12.2021Intel UnderperformBernstein Research
11.01.2022Intel OutperformCredit Suisse Group
08.12.2021Intel OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
08.12.2021Intel OutperformCredit Suisse Group
22.10.2021Intel OutperformCredit Suisse Group
22.10.2021Intel OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
07.12.2021Intel Equal-weightMorgan Stanley
23.06.2020Intel market-performBernstein Research
16.06.2020Intel Equal-WeightMorgan Stanley
24.04.2020Intel market-performBernstein Research
26.03.2020Intel market-performBernstein Research
11.01.2022Intel UnderperformBernstein Research
07.12.2021Intel UnderperformBernstein Research
22.10.2021Intel SellGoldman Sachs Group Inc.
15.10.2021Intel SellGoldman Sachs Group Inc.
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