These tech stocks have three things in common during the COVID-19 crisis: low share prices, strong dividends, and torrential cash flows.
News & Analysis: Texas Instruments
Tech stocks aren't typically known for their dividends, but these three companies buck the trend with generous payouts.
Chipmakers Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics posted strong results, paired with optimistic analyses of the sector's prospects amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The tech bellwether gave great insights into the state of the tech industry and its COVID-19 strategy.
TXN earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
These blue-chip stocks are on sale thanks to the coronavirus, but all of them are positioned for great returns in the long run.
Shares trade at a discount, but uncertainty looms large for markets all over the world.
No matter what the markets are doing, you can always find interesting stock ideas by checking the activity of professional money managers.
Big payouts and steady long-term growth make these tech giants worth a look.
Will the hard drive maker continue outperforming the chipmaker in 2020?