Semiconductors are at all places. While electronic devices are growing, companies that manufacture semiconductors continue to grow. These are invisible on your phones, and computer devices, many semiconductor companies are unknown. They negotiate peacefully with companies that manufacture devices. Our top 10 list names may not be familiar to everyone, but they are huge industries.
Sales: 56.31 million dollars
Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) is an integrated manufacturer of devices that designs and manufactures plate chips. The Intel Pentium microprocessor was introduced in 1993 thanks to the significant expansion of the PC market. Intel supports computer processors such as HP and Dell.
In the four quarters of last year, $ 13,702 million came to $ 16,374 million. At the same time, operating expenses amounted to USD $ 4,500 million of $ 4,500 million. This indicates that Intel keeps costs online. If the increase in revenue does not have revenue, the sales cost is too fast. Wells Fargo has valued the value as “overcome” and agrees that the stock has an upward margin.
Sales: 43.54 million dollars
Samsung is made up of 70 companies. Samsung Electronics manufactures mobile devices, such as smartphones and makes television and tools. The company also produces semiconductors. Revenue rose in the stock, and a look at the last four quarters shows that the increase is stable
3) Taiwan Semiconductor
Sales: 29.32 million dollars
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (NYSE: TSM) is the largest smelter independent semiconductor dedicated worldwide. They only manufacture pure integrated casts circuits and have no internal design capability. Several leading semiconductor companies manufacture semiconductors in Taiwan.
The company reports on the income for the last four years and has been operating expenditure every year. The stock pays a dividend of 2.95%. The price considered is based on the price of the consensus price so that it can be a reproduction of the dividend rather than an appreciation of the capital.
Sales: 15.44 million dollars
Qualcomm, Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) deals with products and services related to wireless telecommunication. Many enterprises around the world use Qualcomm’s patented code distribution technology.
In the last four years, the revenue has been flat, and operating revenues have declined. However, the dividend is safe, so that the revenues are a stock of investors.
Sales: 15.33 million dollars
Broadcom (NASDAQ: AVGO) was a major source of news for Avago’s opponent to buy $ 37 million in 2015. Its products include four main markets: wireless communications, business storage, cables, and industrial infrastructure. It offers connectors, routers, switches, processors, and optical fiber interfaces for computers.
Its administration is clear when it does something good. 1.93% of the dividend, this stock is a foreseeable future investment stable.
6) SK Hynix
Sales: 14.23 million dollars
This company manufactures and sells semiconductor products. It also participates in the automation, storage and computer solutions. South Korean company.
SK Hynix increased by 574% from April to June until 2017, at 3.1 million profit ($ 2,800 million), according to the second quarter.
7) Micron Technology
Sales: 12.8 million dollars
Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) sells semiconductor products internationally. Produces flash products and new storage solutions. Revenues for the last three years have dropped, and operating revenues are considerably lower. However, in recent years, its cash flow has been positive.
8) Texas Instruments
Sales: 12.35 million dollars
Texas Instruments Inc. (NASDAQ: TXN) manufactures and manufactures semiconductors for manufacturers around the world. The company is the leading manufacturer of digital devices for mobile devices, signal processors and analog semiconductors, and the calculator continues to manufacture a well-known product.
The Texas Oil and Gas Company began its operations in 1930 and then focused on electronic defense systems in 1940. Company income, income, and cash flows have steadily increased over the last three years. The stock pays a dividend of 2.57%.
Sales: 10.92 million dollars
It generates industrial companies, railroads, security companies, shippers and even lifts. Toshiba has lowered its income for four years, and the rent has dropped. On the other hand, the cash flow is positive, and the company maintains cash in cash. This can have fuel for future growth.
Sales: 9.5 million dollars
Semiconductors manufacture NXP (NASDAQ: NXPI) for semiconductors for radio, audio, and energy applications. Create sensors, drivers, and connectivity devices. It’s in the Netherlands.
The income and net profit over the last three years have been reduced. That is because the company has significantly increased the cost of research and development. See if you pay for this expense.