- Market Capitalization, $K 649,452,864
- Shares Outstanding, K 5,186,080
- Annual Sales, $ 35,774 M
- Annual Income, $ 11,834 M
- 60-Month Beta 0.99
- Price/Sales 14.41
- Price/Cash Flow 31.58
- Price/Book 10.14
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+20.14 (+19.16%)since 12/15/20
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+37.08 (+42.06%)since 10/15/20
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+66.84 (+114.47%)since 01/15/20
Consumers and businesses are leveraging more digital technology than ever before, which means the need for chips has never been greater
The semiconductor segment is as hot as it gets.
Companies in the news are: TSM, DTSS, AVAV, IDEX
A New Hope For Intel
Taiwan Semiconductor (NASDAQ: TSM) saw its shares skyrocket on reports of mixed fourth-quarter results ...
Taiwan Semiconductor's (TSM) fourth-quarter 2020 results are expected to reflect gains from the robust technology portfolio and 5G benefits amid the coronavirus woes.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Ford Motor, NVIDIA, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, NXP Semiconductors and Maxim Integrated Products
Acute shortage of semiconductor chips in the auto market is prompting production cuts. The demand for semiconductor chips bodes well for industry players including NVDA, TSM, NXPI and MXIM.
Zacks.com featured highlights include: Deere & Co, TeleTech, Broadcom, Tractor Supply and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing
The semiconductor industry has managed to remain strong amid the coronavirus crisis as increasing inclination toward digitization is supporting the rising demand for semiconductor chips.
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|3rd Resistance Point||133.44|
|2nd Resistance Point||130.99|
|1st Resistance Point||128.11|
|1st Support Level||122.78|
|2nd Support Level||120.33|
|3rd Support Level||117.45|