Ask a Fool: Is Microsoft or Intel a Better Tech Buy Today?


Many of the downtrodden names in big tech have seen a bit of a reversal of fortune over the last several months. Names that many investors left for dead like Hewlett-Packard, Dell, and AMD have been among the best performers in the sector so far this year. And we've recently seen two of the most visible names in this space start to get in on the party as well -- semiconductor powerhouse Intel and software juggernaut Microsoft . So after their recent gains, which of the two remains the better buy today? In the video below, Fool contributor Andrew Tonner addresses that question in this edition of our Ask a Fool series.

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