What do Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, and Seth Klarman all have in common? Not only are they widely viewed as some of the greatest investors of the modern era, they are all notable value investors. Value investing is an approach in which investors seek to buy stocks that they feel are underappreciated by the broader market.
Fast-growing businesses and healthy opportunities for expansion could give these stocks a nice shot in the arm next year.
You may not be familiar with the organization, but there's a good chance you're using a product containing semiconductor chips made by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM). TSMC (as it's better known) manufactures chips for chip design companies that aren't willing or able to make their own. If you've been paying close attention of late, you've likely noticed the global semiconductor shortage is motivating chip brands to take more of their manufacturing destinies into their own hands.