$$$ HOW TO MAKE MONEY OFF THE WORLDWIDE SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE $$$
*** If you aren't in TSM ( Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing) you hate money. Here are some reasons you should look into this stock and buy it before it is too late. ***
Economics 101, Supply and Demand.
- TSM is the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world
- THERE IS A WORLDWIDE SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE
- Let me emphasize this point. THERE IS A WORLDWIDE SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE
As many of you know, there is a worldwide semiconductor shortage (yes I said it again). These semiconductors are vital components in every electronic we use today. Without these semiconductors, things like smartphones, automobiles, video game consoles, etc. Would not be able to function.
(Read the following if you want to see why these semiconductors are so vital…or just completely trust me, that's fine too)
ALL COMPUTERS NEEDS SEMICONDUCTORS TO FUNCTION**
Semiconductors are used primarily in electronic devices, including chips, diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits. Anything that is computerized or uses radio waves depends on semiconductors. Your phone is a computer, your car is a computer, your video game consoles are computers, your amazon firestick is a computer, every aspect of your life is dependent on these semiconductors.
Do you believe the future of automobiles are powered by electric? Not without semiconductors.
Semiconductors in Automobiles
- Vehicle electrification – Semiconductors have made it possible to replace manual systems with electrical systems. Electrification of key systems provides benefits such as increased vehicle efficiency, reductions in carbon emissions, and minimizing oil dependency.
- Safety and driver assistance – The increasing need for better safety and driver assistance systems in cars has provided a niche for semiconductors. Intelligent functions such as backup cameras, blind-spot detection, adaptive cruise control, lane change assist, airbag deployment, and emergency braking systems are all made possible through the integration of semiconductor technologies.
- Connectivity – Cars are increasingly incorporating technology that improves their connectivity. New vehicles on the market include ever-more sophisticated telematics (long-distance data transmission) and infotainment capabilities which feed drivers information on factors such as road closures, collision avoidance, and even free parking spaces at their destination. On-board computers which handle this information have to process millions of lines of code every second. Semiconductors allow cars to stay connected in real-time.
Semiconductors are key to the future of the electric vehicle (EV) industry as they help to control the powertrain and battery. Semiconductors are also used in the variety of touchscreens that are installed in the driver’s dash and in the back of passenger seats.
- Financially, the company has reported its third straight quarter of record sales in its first-quarter earnings report back in April.
- Its revenue came in 25.4% higher year-over-year to 12.9 billion.
- The stock has more than doubled in price over the past year
- Japan’s government recently announced that it wants TSM and Sony to invest $9.2 billion to build the country’s first 20-nanometer chip plant.
- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) said on Friday (5/21/2021) that it has increased its 2021 output for a key component for automotive semiconductors by 60% compared with last year, amid a global chip shortage.
These are just a couple of things. If This has caught your eye please research TSM on your own and you can find more great news and financial statements…or don't, you've made it this far, might as well go all in.
Supply and Demand.
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