There are plenty of semiconductor stocks worth considering at the time of this writing (February 2012).
Why do people keep asking about the WRONG semiconductor stocks to own now?
If you have been a reader of this site, you know we employ point and figure charting to analyze the stock market, analyze mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETF’s). But another tool we include in our analysis is relative strength. And by combining point and figure trend charts with relative strength charts, we can see there are clearly some semiconductor company shares we would prefer to own, and some semiconductor we would probably pass on.
However, before we begin the ANALYSIS of these charts, we need to mention two other important points at this time:
1. This video (and this blog post) is NOT a recommendation to buy or sell any of the securities mentioned here.
2. None of the securities mentioned in this video (or in this post) represent past specific recommendations of Mullooly Asset Management.
In this short video, we analyze two semiconductor stocks we have been asked about recently, and also share a relative strength matrix (from Dorsey Wright & Associates) which stacks all the names in a sector from top to bottom based on relative strength (as of February 6, 2012). This video will be well worth your time.
I would also add the following:
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