Buy Chip Chip Chip and only Chip stocks

Discussion in 'Stocks' started by hajimow, May 26, 2010.

  1. All chip stocks had steller results and great next Q forecast. If you don't want to pick one, buy SMH.
    My picks are:
    ADI, TXN, LLTC, XLNX, ALTR, INTC,
     
  2. ptrjon

    ptrjon

    Hmmm... I think one's missing...

    any thoughts on that other chip company? It has outperformed the nasdaq composite index over the past year, month, and week.
     
  3. I am sure that I am missing many. Please add to the list.
     
  4. S2007S

    S2007S

    SMH is good because it pays out dividends a few times a month.
     
  5. Look at ADI, SMH, LLTC, ALTR,....
    It just started. They are really undervalued and many room to go. Just read ADI's last 2 Q financial report and outlook for the next Q.
     
  6. Tech results specially ADI and LLTC results was not good, they were perfect. Record sales in their history, high margin of 65%, constant increase of dividend 22 cents per quarter, great outlook, lots of cash, no debt, great products,...
     
  7. nvda
     
  8. stoic

    stoic

    Stock listed in the Sub-Industry as Semiconductor Stocks

    ACTL, ACTS, AATI, AMD, ASX, ALSC, AOSL, ALTR, ANAD, ADI, AMCC, ARMH, ASTTY, APIT, ATHR, ATML, AUTH, AVGO, BRCM, CAVM, CEVA, IMOS, CRUS, CNXT, CREE, CY, DIOD, DPAC, DSPG, ENTR, EXAR, EZCH, FCS, GSIT, HIMX, HITT, IKAN, IFNNY, IDTI, ISSI, INTC, ISIL, IRF, IXYS, JKS, KOPN, LSCC, LDK, LDIS, LLTC, LOGC, LSI, MRVL, MXIM, MXL, MLNX, MCRL, MCHP, MMTIF, MU, MPAD, MSCC, TUNE, MSPD, MIPS, MPWR, MOSY, NSM, NMGC, NETL, NVEC, NVDA, OIIM, OVTI, ONNN, OPTI, PTSC, PSEM, PXPLY, PXLW, PLXT, PMCS, POWI, PSITY, QUIK, RMBS, RMTR, SOL, RFMD, RSMI, SMI, SMTC, SIGM, SIMG, SLAB, SIMO, SPIL, SWKS, CODE, SPRD, SMSC, STM, SUPX, TSM, TCPS, TXN, TSEM, TXCC, TRID, TQNT, UMC, VIMC, VIRL, VLTR, XLNX, ZARLF, ZRAN
     
  9. I recommend risk reversal option strategy on ADI.
    Sell 30 PUT June and buy June 30 Call ration 1/1. You may want to go with 1/2 ratio. Sell one PUT and buy two Calls. Both can be done with credit.
     
    #10     May 27, 2010