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I have only one suggestion: you may want to get newer data, even if it is only quarterly data. FY2000 data is deceptive given the market upheaval during FY2001. I believe FY2002 is already started (it has at my company...though I never understood how 2002 could be starting in April of 2001...).

As a shareholder I like what I see. Intel went into this decline very strong, and so should be able to weather it well (even if it lasts a few years, which it could). One low-light I note was an increase in short term debt. The rest looks nice!

As an addendum to your numbers I consulted ValuePro for a DCF-style analysis. Assuming a growth rate of 9% (fairly conservative, I think) and a discount rate of 15% (more conservative than ValuePro defaulted) I get an intrinsic value of 15.08 per share. I try to use conservative values, different choices will yield possible radically different results. For example, using their default of 8.92 discount the intrinsic value almost doubles to 28.73. I think this shous that INTC is not currently undervalued. It is fairly or overly valued.

1poorguy (long INTC)
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