Texas Instruments looks beyond COVID-19

Despite COVID-19, Texas Instruments worked to maintain its production rate for computer chips. While demand fell sharply with the pandemic, the company’s decision—and its investments—means it should immediately benefit once demand returns.
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. $142 is a buy. The stock (Nasdaq symbol TXN; Aggressive Growth Portfolio, Manufacturing… Read More

Insurers still a top choice for income seekers

The COVID-19 outbreak will slow the growth of these top insurance companies, particularly in Asia. The shock to their investment portfolios will also limit their earnings.
However, both firms should rebound quickly once the outbreak eases. That should also let them keep raising your dividends.

R&D fuelled your 12% gain

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. $119 remains a buy. The company (Nasdaq symbol TXN; High-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio, Manufacturing & Industry sector; Shares o/s: 934.0 million; Market cap: $111.1 billion; Divd. yield: 3.0%; Divd. Sustainability Rating: Above Average; www.ti.com) is a leading maker of analog chips, which convert touch, sound and… Read More

Turbocharge your portfolio with these techs: Microsoft Corp., International Business Machines Corp., Intel Corp., Texas Instruments Inc., Adobe Inc. and NortonLifeLock Inc.

Sticking with technology’s market leaders won’t hurt your returns. Indeed, as dominant players in their fields, they generate plenty of cash flow to keep launching new products and fuel more gains for investors. Our subscribers saw that play out last year with gains of up… Read More