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BUY
Has been a fantastic company. It is a semi-conductor company that has been run like a business right from the beginning. Many other semi's are adopting its business model. Buy on weakness and hold. If looking for more leverage consider LAM and KLA which are the 'picks and shovels' of the gold rush in this sector.
electrical / electronic
TOP PICK
They make most of their chips in-house, which makes sense during supply shortages. If we see a growth in the real economy (not metaverse), all the sensors in devices like your garage door opener or TV remote, then TI will see a huge benefit. They boast thousands of customers and products, and strong cash flow. (Analysts’ price target is $202.46)
electrical / electronic
BUY

Instead of ADI, he owns TXN, which does digital and analog chips. One of the most profitable of all of the chip manufacturers, and this is why he owns it.

electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY

TXN vs. ADI Likes ADI because of chips for driverless vehicles, and involved in 4G and 5G with telecoms. Aerospace and military applications. Fundamentals are better, dividend growth better. Over the next 5-10 years, better runway to grow, and with it earnings, profits, share price, and dividends.

electrical / electronic
BUY
Great cash management with a strong history. Loves it.
electrical / electronic
BUY
It'll continue to go higher. Pattern shows that it rises, then consolidates a bit, then rises.
electrical / electronic
BUY
It is a Top 10 holding for them. There was warning in their recent earnings, but they have good stability in 5G deployment. This is a good opportunity to buy back in as he sees a target of $157.
electrical / electronic
COMMENT
TXN or others? He owns some semi-conductors like NVDA and XLNX. He does not own TXN. If you want yield, he would suggest INTC.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
A large semi-conductor company. Earnings beat by 4 cents, but revenues were down. The cycle is down because smartphone sales are down. More cyclical aspects to come. If demand slows or inventory goes up, it's not a good sign.
electrical / electronic
HOLD
One of the pioneers in integrated circuits. They are benefiting from the use of their circuits in almost all consumer and commercial products. A well run company. The dividend should be sustainable and able to grow. More of an income stock than a growth stock now however. Yield 2.8%
electrical / electronic
BUY on WEAKNESS
Many small/mid-caps tech stocks, especially software have been dragged down. TXN is trading at his price target now, but he'd buy it if it fell into the $110's. This pays around 2.5%, offering protection from volatility. Gradually buy into this.
electrical / electronic
COMMENT

He would stratify the semiconductor market into 2 categories, digital and analog. In many cases, this company is the old analog style company, and in many cases, have a lot of chips that are very, very primitive in the economy, using them in lighting, baseboard heating, radios, TV, etc. Digital chips are used to power the Internet, and are obviously much more expensive chips. There has been increased penetration of semiconductor content in emerging markets, and it is going to be a continuing play moving forward. Any exposure to that category is good. Unfortunately, all technology stocks have run very hard in the last few years. He would like to see a bit of a roll over in the semiconductor market, which is when he would be looking to adding more money.

electrical / electronic
PARTIAL SELL

He would be a little cautious on this. Its valuation is in the low 20s, which is quite high on a PE ratio. There has been an ongoing commoditization of the chip market, so it tends to be very volatile. If you own, consider selling some of your holdings, if not all of it, and move on to something which has a little more stability.

electrical / electronic
BUY

(Market Call Minute.) The whole semiconductor sector in the US is doing well. This is one of the leading companies in that, so he suspects they will continue to do well.

electrical / electronic
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick November 22/16. Up 28%.) Internet of things has been a theme. He is all about finding secular long-term themes that could go on for years, getting to the best companies, and staying in them as long as they work and the fundamentals are there.

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Texas Instruments(TXN-Q) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 3

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