Computer chip manufacturer Intel (INTC) will look like one of several different categories of stock investments, depending which data you view. The stock may be viewed as a stable, blue-chip company, paying a decent yield with steadily increasing dividends. Or, the company may be viewed as an out-of-gas tech company that has been overtaken by smaller, nimbler competitors. A review of 2011 results show Intel as a reborn growth company. A look at the predicted results for 2012 and future years makes an investor wonder where the growth went. At this point, I view Intel as a value stock with the potential to surprise analysts and markets going forward.