TSM - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
36.84
+0.55 (+1.52%)
At close: 4:01PM EST
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Previous close36.29
Open36.24
Bid0.00 x 4000
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's range36.16 - 37.01
52-week range34.21 - 46.57
Volume12,905,926
Avg. volume9,873,049
Market cap186.358B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.02
PE ratio (TTM)16.52
EPS (TTM)2.23
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.35 (3.77%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-25
1y target est43.92
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  • Why This Apple Supplier Expects Anemic Growth in 2019
    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    Why This Apple Supplier Expects Anemic Growth in 2019

    High inventories and a macroeconomic slowdown are taking their toll.

  • TSM Stock Wavers As Contract Chipmaker Offers Weak Outlook
    Investor's Business Daily2 days ago

    TSM Stock Wavers As Contract Chipmaker Offers Weak Outlook

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Thursday posted in-line sales for the fourth quarter, but its revenue guidance for the current quarter was well below views. TSM stock fell on the news.

  • Netflix Earnings Preview and Results from MS, TSM, FAST, & PPG
    Zacks2 days ago

    Netflix Earnings Preview and Results from MS, TSM, FAST, & PPG

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  • TSMC’s Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in Years
    Market Realist2 days ago

    TSMC’s Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in Years

    TSMC's Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in YearsTSMC’s unexpected earnings guidance The semiconductor earnings season began with an unpleasant surprise. On January 17, TSMC (TSM), the world’s largest foundry and the sole

  • Barrons.com3 days ago

    Taiwan Semiconductor Gives Gloomy Outlook on Smartphone Demand

    The world’s largest semiconductor foundry company gave guidance on Thursday significantly below consensus, sparking worries about the severity of the chip industry downturn.

  • TSMC's Dismal Outlook Muddies Picture for iPhone Demand
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    TSMC's Dismal Outlook Muddies Picture for iPhone Demand

    It predicted a gross margin at least 2.5 percentage points below projections. TSMC is showing the strains of the plateauing smartphone market as Apple, its biggest customer, slashed its sales outlook and other vendors grapple with weaker demand ahead of new fifth-generation wireless networks. While the Hsinchu, Taiwan-based company is counting on high-performance computing to drive future growth, it’s grappling with a slide in cryptocurrency chips and challenges surrounding another client, Huawei Technologies Co.

  • Thought 2018 Was Ugly for Tech? It’s Only Getting Worse
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Thought 2018 Was Ugly for Tech? It’s Only Getting Worse

    The outlook from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Thursday in Taipei paints a dire picture that will persist at least through the middle of this year. At the time, I noted that inventories in the hardware supply chain had climbed to pre-crisis levels. Data from TSMC show stockpiles only continued to grow. In October, when TSMC reported third-quarter numbers, CEO C.C. Wei played down inventory concerns, forecasting a return to normalcy by the end of the fourth quarter.

  • Intel May Announce Next CEO before Q4 2018 Earnings
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Intel May Announce Next CEO before Q4 2018 Earnings

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  • Apple’s Weak iPhone Sales Could Show in TSMC’s Q4 2018 Earnings
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Apple’s Weak iPhone Sales Could Show in TSMC’s Q4 2018 Earnings

    What Q4 Semiconductor Earnings May Have in Store for Investors(Continued from Prior Part)TSMC’s earnings are important for the semiconductor industry The Q4 2018 semiconductor earnings season will begin with the release of TSMC’s (TSM)

  • What Q4 Semiconductor Earnings May Have in Store for Investors
    Market Realist4 days ago

    What Q4 Semiconductor Earnings May Have in Store for Investors

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    Market Realist5 days ago

    AMD’s Efficiency Ratios Could Improve Further in 2019

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  • TSMC's $39 Billion Wipeout Will Only Get Worse, Analysts Say
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    TSMC's $39 Billion Wipeout Will Only Get Worse, Analysts Say

    TSMC will struggle to plug the hole left by Apple Inc.’s declining smartphone orders in 2019, according to Sanford C. Bernstein’s Mark Li, who has told clients to prepare for the firm’s first annual profit drop in eight years. CGS-CIMB Securities’ Peter Chan, whose recommendation in October to sell the shares proved prescient, says TSMC’s still-high valuations will spook tech investors into owning cheaper alternatives in Asia and the U.S. instead. While a downturn is widely expected after Apple, its largest customer, cut its revenue outlook this month, another ugly quarter in 2019 could trigger more declines for the MSCI Emerging Market Index’s second-biggest stock.

  • TSMC's $39 Billion Wipeout Will Only Get Worse, Analysts Say
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    TSMC's $39 Billion Wipeout Will Only Get Worse, Analysts Say

    TSMC will struggle to plug the hole left by Apple Inc.’s declining smartphone orders in 2019, according to Sanford C. Bernstein’s Mark Li, who has told clients to prepare for the firm’s first annual profit drop in eight years. CGS-CIMB Securities’ Peter Chan, whose recommendation in October to sell the shares proved prescient, says TSMC’s still-high valuations will spook tech investors into owning cheaper alternatives in Asia and the U.S. instead. While a downturn is widely expected after Apple, its largest customer, cut its revenue outlook this month, another ugly quarter in 2019 could trigger more declines for the MSCI Emerging Market Index’s second-biggest stock.

  • AMD Announces 7 nm Ryzen CPU Range at CES 2019
    Market Realist6 days ago

    AMD Announces 7 nm Ryzen CPU Range at CES 2019

    So far, we’ve looked at Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) GPU (graphics processing unit) announcements at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2019. The company has announced its second-generation Ryzen 3000 series CPUs (central processing unit) for laptops built on the 12 nm (nanometer) node. It’s also announced its most anticipated Ryzen desktop CPUs and EPYC server CPUs built on TSMC’s (TSM) 7 nm node.

  • Should Semiconductor Investors Worry about Apple’s Weak Guidance?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Should Semiconductor Investors Worry about Apple’s Weak Guidance?

    Semiconductor Stocks Plunge on Apple's Weak Revenue Guidance (Continued from Prior Part) ## What’s behind Apple’s downtrend? Previously, we saw that Apple (AAPL) has been hit by slowing iPhone demand, which sent the company’s stock on a downward path. The stock has fallen 36% to a new 52-week low of $142 between November 1, 2018, and January 3, 2019. The downtrend started on November 1 when the company reported lower-than-expected revenue guidance of $91 billion at the midpoint for the first quarter of fiscal 2019, which ended December 29, 2018. The steepest decline in Apple stock came on January 3 after the company revised its revenue guidance by 7.7% to $84 billion, representing a decline of 5% from a year ago. ## Semiconductor suppliers hit by Apple’s weak guidance Apple is one of the largest customers in the semiconductor industry. Companies like Qorvo (QRVO), Cirrus Logic (CRUS), and Skyworks (SWKS) depend heavily on the iPhone maker for revenue. Weak revenue from Apple will lower orders from the iPhone maker, thereby impacting suppliers’ earnings. Thus, stocks of the above three companies fell more than 8% on January 3. Broadcom (AVGO) also took a big hit, as it is one of Apple’s biggest suppliers and supplies various components for iPhones. As the smartphone market slowed, some suppliers reduced their dependence on Apple by diversifying their revenue streams, which mitigated the impact of Apple’s weak guidance on their stocks. The stock of Apple’s sole foundry partner for A12 processors, TSMC (TSM), fell 5.9% on January 3. TSMC has been increasing its exposure to high computing processors. The declines from Apple are likely to be offset by new orders from Qualcomm (QCOM) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). The stock of Intel (INTC), Apple’s sole modem supplier, fell 5.5% on January 3, as the latter’s modem business contributes little towards its revenue. Apple’s power management chip supplier, Texas Instruments (TXN), fell 5.9% on the same day, as the latter reduced its exposure to the iPhone maker by diversifying into automotive and industrial markets. The stocks of the above suppliers could recover from the January 3 fall but are likely to see another fall when Apple releases its fiscal 2019 first-quarter earnings on January 29. Thus, investors should keep an eye on Apple’s upcoming earnings. Check out all the data we have added to our quote pages. Now you can get a valuation snapshot, earnings and revenue estimates, and historical data as well as dividend info. Take a look! Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Investors React to Apple’s Weak Q1 Revenue Guidance

  • AMD Stock Rose 8% on Ryzen 3000 Series Announcement
    Market Realist12 days ago

    AMD Stock Rose 8% on Ryzen 3000 Series Announcement

    AMD Stock Rose 8% on Ryzen 3000 Series Announcement ## AMD’s stock rockets on Ryzen 3000 Series announcement Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) started 2019 with the announcement of its new Ryzen 3000 H and U Series CPUs for gaming laptops and ultrathin notebooks at CES 2019 (the Consumer Electronics Show) on January 6. The excitement around the new CPU range saw AMD’s stock rise 19.5% in two days, with almost an 8% increase today. In our article dated December 31, we stated that AMD will be the showstopper at CES 2019 and that its product announcements would significantly increase its stock price. ## Reality different than rumors AMD’s stock rose even though the product announcements weren’t what had been anticipated. According to the rumor mill, the company was expected to announce its third-generation Ryzen CPUs and second-generation Vega GPUs for desktops. These chips were expected to be built on TSMC’s (TSM) 7nm (nanometer) node. AMD was also expected to offer a hint about its next-generation Navi GPU. But the reality was different than rumors. AMD launched its second-generation Ryzen 3000 series CPUs for laptops on GlobalFoundries’ 12nm node. AMD claims that its Ryzen 3000 series CPUs are faster than Intel’s (INTC) eighth-generation Core processors. On the GPU front, AMD made no mention of Navi—nor did it announce a 7nm Vega GPU for PCs at CES 2019. ## AMD’s other product announcements While AMD didn’t unveil any new GPU, it introduced two new seventh-generation A-series processors—the A6-9220C and the A4-9120C—for Chromebooks. The company also unveiled an entry-level Athlon 300U chip. AMD’s stock rose as the company expanded its mobile processor portfolio to target all levels of the laptop segment. AMD is likely to grow further in 2019 as it launches 7nm server processors and gains market share from Intel. Check out all the data we’ve added to our quote pages. Now you can get a valuation snapshot, earnings and revenue estimates, and historical data as well as dividend info. Take a look!

  • Dow Jones Futures Plunge On Apple Warning, But Here's The Big Stock Market Test
    Investor's Business Daily17 days ago

    Dow Jones Futures Plunge On Apple Warning, But Here's The Big Stock Market Test

    Stock futures fell as Apple warned of a big holiday-quarter revenue shortfall. Shares of Apple and key suppliers plunged. A falling Apple offers 3 lessons for investors.

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  • What Could 2019 Hold for Intel Investors?
    Market Realist19 days ago

    What Could 2019 Hold for Intel Investors?

    Previously, we discussed Qualcomm’s (QCOM) licensing dispute with Apple (AAPL). One company that has benefited from this dispute is Intel (INTC), which secured modem orders for all 2018 iPhone models. Intel has also been boosted by stronger-than-expected data center and PC market demand, which is forecast to send its 2018 earnings to a new high.

  • What Rumors Say about AMD’s Vega GPUs and Picasso APUs
    Market Realist19 days ago

    What Rumors Say about AMD’s Vega GPUs and Picasso APUs

    Previously in this series, we saw that Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) keynote for CES 2019 (the Consumer Electronics Show) hints that the company is likely to announce CPUs, GPUs, and APUs. AMD has already introduced its Radeon Instinct 7nm (nanometer) Vega GPU for data centers. The company might introduce its 7nm Vega GPU for gamers at CES 2019.

  • AMD’s New GPU Could Boost Its Stock Next Year
    Market Realist19 days ago

    AMD’s New GPU Could Boost Its Stock Next Year

    Previously, we saw that Intel (INTC) is facing delays in its 10nm (nanometer) manufacturing node. This delay has given way to rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) to close its technology gap with Intel and offer competitive CPUs (central processing units) in the PC and server markets.

  • AMD Likely to Steal the Show at CES 2019
    Market Realist19 days ago

    AMD Likely to Steal the Show at CES 2019

    Previously in this series, we saw that NVIDIA, Intel (INTC), and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are set to make several announcements at CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) 2019 from January 8 to 11.

  • Intel May Have Finally Pulled the Plug on This Boondoggle
    Motley Fool29 days ago

    Intel May Have Finally Pulled the Plug on This Boondoggle

    Goodbye, Intel Custom Foundry?

  • IBM Taps Samsung for Chip Manufacturing
    Motley Foollast month

    IBM Taps Samsung for Chip Manufacturing

    Not TSMC as previously reported.

  • Market Realistlast month

    Samsung’s Partnership with IBM Can Help It Compete with TSMC

    In our earlier article IBM Partners with Samsung for Cutting-Edge Chip Technology, we discussed how IBM (IBM) is looking to grow its Systems segment’s revenue through its partnership with Samsung (SSNLF). According to the press release, Samsung will manufacture 7-nanometer (7nm) microprocessors for IBM hardware and cloud solutions.