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Texas Instruments’ stock has gained 10% since the start of 2021. That’s partly due to a growing shortage of chips as manufacturing levels rebound from last year’s COVID-19 shutdowns. Higher chip prices should continue to fuel the company’s earnings and your dividends.

Updating Our High-Growth Payers: Texas Instruments Inc.

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. $163 remains a buy. The company (Nasdaq symbol TXN; High-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio, Manufacturing sector; Shares o/s: 917.9 million; Market cap: $149.6 billion; Dividend yield: 2.5%; Dividend Sustainability Rating: Above Average; is a leading maker of analog chips, which convert touch, sound and pressure into… Read More

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J.P. MORGAN CHASE & CO. $93 is still a buy. The bank (New York symbol JPM; Conservative-Growth Payer Portfolio, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 3.1 billion; Market cap: $288.3 billion; Dividend yield: 3.9%; Divd. Sustainability Rating: Above Average; last raised its quarterly dividend with the October 2019 payment by… Read More