BMR Examines ARM Holdings, MIPS, Qualcomm, NVIDIA & Texas Instruments
Monday, March 07, 2022 10:21 AM

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BMR looked at the following topics, among others:

-- As the leading designer of core processing chips for smartphones and tablets, can ARM keep riding its strong momentum?

-- Can MIPS challenge ARM in the smartphone and tablet space? What risk does the company currently face?

-- Why is Qualcomm's purchase of Atheros such an important acquisition for the company? Does the stock look like a buy at current prices?

-- After being bullish on Nvidia when it was trading under $9 in late 2008, what are BMR's latest thoughts on the stock?

-- Does Texas Instruments look undervalued at current prices? Was the company's decision to invest in new fabricating capacity during the recession a good one?


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