JPMorgan Chase is an attractive stock because the company is able to grow despite the ever-changing financial services landscape, Barclays Analyst Jason Goldberg told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Wednesday.
Goldberg pointed out that JPMorgan was able to produce record earnings last year even with the $6 billion in "London Whale" losses. His price target on the stock is $56 a share, which would be a 15 percent increase from current levels.
In the final matchup of the "Squawk 16" opening round of our "Money Madness," that bullish case for JPMorgan is in sharp contrast to the rather dismal outlook for Intel from Hans Mosesmann, senior semiconductor analyst at Raymond James.
Mosesmann said he thinks the stock will decline 10-15 percent by year-end because of such factors as poor PC demand, weak adoption of Microsoft's new Windows 8 operating system and no apparent success in penetrating the smartphone or tablet markets.
So which stock—JPMorgan or Intel—should lock-in the final spot in the "Emerging 8" round of our stock tournament? Vote on "Squawk Box" Facebook page.
The next round of our "Money Madness" starts Thursday with a double-header.