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All too often, the best of breed stocks are ignored.

Even with outstanding earnings, growth potential and cheap valuation, no one seems to want them. 

Xilinx (XLNX) was the perfect example. 

In fact, we featured that stock in these pages on November 14, 2016 only to watch XLNX pop from $51 to $54 in just weeks.  Even though its Q3 2016 earnings were solid with even better guidance, it was left oversold until after our feature.

All too often, the best of breed stocks are ignored.

Even with outstanding earnings, growth potential and cheap valuation, no one seems to want them. 

Xilinx (XLNX) was the perfect example. 

In fact, we featured that stock in these pages on November 14, 2016 only to watch XLNX pop from $51 to $54 in just weeks.  Even though its Q3 2016 earnings were solid with even better guidance, it was left oversold until after our feature.


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The stock is even now caught at double bottom support very likely to turn higher. 

One of the reasons I like INTC is because it's the 800 lb. gorilla of the industry.  Last year, it sold more than $50 billion in chips with about 35% market share.

But it’s the recent interest among billionaire investors, like George Soros that piqued our interest after he bought 685,000 shares for $25.9 million. 

For one, the company has maintained its dividend payou8ts for the last 24 years.

Two, despite challenges in the PC market, the company doesn’t seem to have much issue with growth.  In fact, in the third quarter, revenue from its client-computing group was up 4.5% year over year to $8.9 billion. 

Other big names that have taken recent positions include Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates ($165 billion under management).  His group just increased its stake in INTC by 247.1%, buying 701,928 shares. 

 Another near-term potential catalyst is the idea that Apple could begin manufacturing its iPhone in the U.S., according to Nikkei Asian Review.  If that is the case, it would be a big boon for INTC.