S&P 500   5,137.08 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,087.38 (+0.23%)
QQQ   445.61 (+1.51%)
AAPL   179.66 (-0.60%)
MSFT   415.50 (+0.45%)
META   502.30 (+2.48%)
GOOGL   137.14 (-0.95%)
AMZN   178.22 (+0.83%)
TSLA   202.64 (+0.38%)
NVDA   822.79 (+4.00%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   202.64 (+5.25%)
BABA   74.62 (+0.80%)
T   16.98 (+0.30%)
F   12.45 (+0.08%)
MU   95.15 (+5.01%)
CGC   3.21 (-2.43%)
GE   158.65 (+1.12%)
DIS   111.95 (+0.33%)
AMC   4.36 (+0.93%)
PFE   26.59 (+0.11%)
PYPL   60.54 (+0.33%)
XOM   105.84 (+1.26%)
S&P 500   5,137.08 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,087.38 (+0.23%)
QQQ   445.61 (+1.51%)
AAPL   179.66 (-0.60%)
MSFT   415.50 (+0.45%)
META   502.30 (+2.48%)
GOOGL   137.14 (-0.95%)
AMZN   178.22 (+0.83%)
TSLA   202.64 (+0.38%)
NVDA   822.79 (+4.00%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   202.64 (+5.25%)
BABA   74.62 (+0.80%)
T   16.98 (+0.30%)
F   12.45 (+0.08%)
MU   95.15 (+5.01%)
CGC   3.21 (-2.43%)
GE   158.65 (+1.12%)
DIS   111.95 (+0.33%)
AMC   4.36 (+0.93%)
PFE   26.59 (+0.11%)
PYPL   60.54 (+0.33%)
XOM   105.84 (+1.26%)
S&P 500   5,137.08 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,087.38 (+0.23%)
QQQ   445.61 (+1.51%)
AAPL   179.66 (-0.60%)
MSFT   415.50 (+0.45%)
META   502.30 (+2.48%)
GOOGL   137.14 (-0.95%)
AMZN   178.22 (+0.83%)
TSLA   202.64 (+0.38%)
NVDA   822.79 (+4.00%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   202.64 (+5.25%)
BABA   74.62 (+0.80%)
T   16.98 (+0.30%)
F   12.45 (+0.08%)
MU   95.15 (+5.01%)
CGC   3.21 (-2.43%)
GE   158.65 (+1.12%)
DIS   111.95 (+0.33%)
AMC   4.36 (+0.93%)
PFE   26.59 (+0.11%)
PYPL   60.54 (+0.33%)
XOM   105.84 (+1.26%)
S&P 500   5,137.08 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,087.38 (+0.23%)
QQQ   445.61 (+1.51%)
AAPL   179.66 (-0.60%)
MSFT   415.50 (+0.45%)
META   502.30 (+2.48%)
GOOGL   137.14 (-0.95%)
AMZN   178.22 (+0.83%)
TSLA   202.64 (+0.38%)
NVDA   822.79 (+4.00%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   202.64 (+5.25%)
BABA   74.62 (+0.80%)
T   16.98 (+0.30%)
F   12.45 (+0.08%)
MU   95.15 (+5.01%)
CGC   3.21 (-2.43%)
GE   158.65 (+1.12%)
DIS   111.95 (+0.33%)
AMC   4.36 (+0.93%)
PFE   26.59 (+0.11%)
PYPL   60.54 (+0.33%)
XOM   105.84 (+1.26%)

7 Semiconductor Stocks Set to Gain From the Chip Shortage

 
Who knew that something so tiny could create such a big problem? However, that’s the case with the semiconductor industry. Chip manufacturers are facing supply chain disruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Semiconductors are in high demand for the big tech companies who need the chips to power the servers for their data centers. But they are also needed for much of the technology we take for granted including laptops, tablets, mobile phones, gaming consoles, and automobiles – a sector that seems to be at the root of the current crisis.

Any weekend mechanic knows that even traditional internal combustion cars are heavily reliant on electronics. In fact, electronic parts and components account for 40% of a new, internal combustion vehicle. That’s more than doubled since 2000.

However as it turns out, some manufacturers may have overestimated how soon consumers would be ready for an “all-electric” future. And that meant that they didn’t forecast how much demand there would be for the kind of chips needed to do the mundane, but vital tasks of steering, braking, and even powering windows up and down.

Part of the problem is that U.S. businesses are heavily reliant on countries like China and Taiwan for their semiconductors. In fact, only about 12.5% of semiconductor manufacturing is done in the United States.

Of course, this creates a tremendous opportunity for the companies that manufacture these chips. And it comes at a good time. The semiconductor sector is notoriously cyclical and was coming down from the elevated demand for the 5G buildout.

In this special presentation, we’ll give you a list of seven semiconductor companies that you can invest in to take advantage of this opportunity.

Click the "Continue to Slide #1" button to view the first company.