It's been a rough year for Intel . The company is down nearly 20%, compared to a 7% climb for the Dow Jones Industrial Average .
However, all this downward pressure has made the company an attractive buy today. At 8.5 times earnings, the company comfortably yields 4.6% with only a 37% payout ratio. Despite recent weakness, the Intel's massive size and cash balance should allow it to reinvest for the future and regain its dominance as one of the kings of tech.
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