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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM) -- aka TSMC -- has made a lot of its investors rich since it publicly listed its ADR shares in the U.S. in 1997. If you had invested $33,000 in that initial offering, and reinvested your dividends over the years (after it started paying them in 2004), your TSMC holdings would be worth about $1.08 million today. Why did TSMC generate millionaire-making gains?
An emboldened Beijing and a distracted U.S. are causing long-simmering worries to come to a head.
The U.S.-China rivalry over semiconductor technology is rocking the chips sector. While the tensions pose a headwind for popular chip stocks like Nvidia there are several companies well placed to benefit, according to Citi analysts. Fears over the vulnerability of Taiwan, as well as broader considerations of national security, are driving U.S. and European investment in semiconductor manufacturing.
Stocks have surged in November on signs that the Federal Reserve could be done raising interest rates, and mostly solid results in earnings season. Keep reading to see two that look like great buys right now, according to these Motley Fool contributors. Keith Noonan (Taiwan Semiconductor): While many companies around the world design their own chips, very few can manufacture their designs profitably and at scale.
AMD and Intel are pushing new AI chips into the market, but Nvidia’s dominance will be hard to crack.
In today's video, I discuss recent updates impacting Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM), Amkor Technology (NASDAQ: AMKR), and Samsung. Check out the short video to learn more, consider subscribing, and click the special offer link below.
After a disappointing 2022 during which the U.S. stock market posted its worst performance of the last decade, Wall Street breathed a sigh of relief in 2023. When the stock market is gearing up for a bull surge, it makes sense for retail investors to pick up stocks of high-quality companies with robust tailwinds. Accelerated computing specialist Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) has made a splash on Wall Street lately thanks to its cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) chips and software ecosystem.
The stock market looks set to close out 2023 with a bang. After slumping through most of the second half of the year, the S&P 500 has gained 8.6% month to date through Nov. 28, and investors are increasing their wagers that interest rates will come down in 2024, which should help lift stocks in the new year. If you're looking to capitalize on the renewed stock market rally, you're in the right place.
At the core of high-tech devices are semiconductor chips. Regardless of whether you are talking about graphics processing units (GPUs) used for artificial intelligence (AI), smartphones, self-driving cars, or other technology, chances are there is a chip made by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM). Taiwan Semiconductor is the world's largest contract chip manufacturer and has been a phenomenal investment over the past decade.