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Share Tip Small investors are considering whether to put more money into the Intel Corporation (INTC) after a series of downgrades last week. But, as you know, The Register thinks Intel is a big buy at present. We also firmly believe Compaq is undervalued, big time. But we're not making any kind of connection between the two. We predict that the share price will rise to $70 by the end of the week and slump again, when AMD introduces the Athlon Monday. But what do we know about share prices here at The Reg? Or Intel? We've only tracked the company since 386 records began in 1983... ®

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