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Texas Instruments Keeps Bringing Up The Goods

July 6th, 2018 · Comments Off on Texas Instruments Keeps Bringing Up The Goods

The company thrives on the back of selling numerous specialty products, the result of a long and successful history. Shifting to faster growing markets, the company is accelerating growth a bit and generating large amounts of free cash flow. Bar a large deterioration in the macro climate, there doesn’t seem to be much on the […]

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Texas Instruments Will Consolidate Short Term

January 29th, 2018 · Comments Off on Texas Instruments Will Consolidate Short Term

With earnings and Q1 guidance inline, rising inventories and a somewhat surprising tax charge, it’s only natural that the shares of Texas Instruments sold off. Especially after the shares already experienced a very powerful rally the last 6 months or so. However, after some consolidation, we think the upward trend will resume, driven by good […]

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Texas Instruments Is Shareholders’ Nirvana

December 7th, 2017 · Comments Off on Texas Instruments Is Shareholders’ Nirvana

Texas Instruments is currently riding the waves of a synchronized upturn in the world economy and the Internet of Things. The company is focusing on industrial and automotive, where silicon spending is set to grow for years. With its enormous breadth of products, its competitive position seems solid, bolstered by economies of scope. This manifests […]

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Texas Instruments Is Highly Profitable

May 1st, 2017 · Comments Off on Texas Instruments Is Highly Profitable

The beauty of Texas instrument is that even with moderate growth it produces a considerable amount of leverage. This is a company that is really impressive on numerous financial metrics, like free cash flow, margins, dividend, buybacks. There is a good deal of leverage left in the model. Texas Instruments Is Highly Profitable

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