We believe Intel will get benefit from a government program that plans to fund 50 billion for the chips industry.
In the normal old days, the vertically integrated that become Intel’s business model could serve as a decent competitive advantage. In modern days when the chips get smaller and much smaller, that competitive edge fades too.
The chip monopoly with AMD should be a good thing, but this is technology. It needs to be stronger, faster, and better every year. AMD and Intel do not compete with each other. People and media bring them into the ring.
Even if Intel could beat AMD, the ARM architecture poses a threat to x86 which Intel excels in.
Intel looks cheap in the short term. It has strong connections with laptop vendors, government, and technology. But in the long run, the fierce competition – internal with AMD along with external threats like Qualcomm in the form of ARM – is waiting.
Nvidia stock falls from 300 level in November 2021 to half of its value at approximately 150 level in June 2022. Is this a rare opportunity or an alarming bell for the chip industry? We try to analyze its revenue, business model, and issue regarding the chip industry. In the end, we hope the investor could answer: Is Nvidia a bargain stock to buy?
A good product doesn’t always come with durable economic advantages. Sony makes high-quality DVDs, but you can replace them with Verbatim without much issue. Investingdeck.com tries to resolve one of the misunderstandings about the economic moat. Welcome to our intangible asset analysis.
Computer – whatever its form, PC or laptop – has become an irreplaceable part of our working environment. Even for our life. In this competitive advantage in the computer industry, we try to identify the strength of competitive advantage for each node. From computer manufacturers like Dell, Lenovo, MSI, Asus, HP to upstream like chip manufacturer TSMC. By understanding the connection between these “points” along with its internal competition, we hope investors could have better insight to choose the potential company to invest in.
To optimize the UI and slash the cost, most smartphone maker giant has developed their own chip – begin with Samsung Exynos, Apple A-series, and Huawei Kirin. Could this trend dethrone Qualcomm as the market leader? Does the competitive advantage of Qualcomm last long?