Big payouts and steady long-term growth make these tech giants worth a look.
News & Analysis: Texas Instruments
Will the hard drive maker continue outperforming the chipmaker in 2020?
TI's top-line sales are still under pressure, but the underlying order flows have started to normalize.
TXN earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
Each of these semiconductor giants appeals to a certain type of investor.
When choosing yields, don’t forget to factor in payout growth.
TI’s broad portfolio of low-cost chips leaves it more exposed to macro headwinds.
Which chipmaker is a better bet on connected devices?
Bowed but not broken by the China trade war, these tech stocks will endure and prosper.
All of these stocks yield 3% or more, with some exciting growth prospects.