Broad line semiconductor companies design, manufacture, and market a range of semiconductor products, for use in computer systems, automobiles, telecommunications systems, and consumer products. These companies are generally structured as corporations. Broad line semiconductor companies tend to offer above-average dividend yields in comparison to the wider market.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|AUO||AU Optronics Corp. ADR (Sponsored) |
|MXIM||Maxim Integrated Products||2.84%||$59.18||$1.68||74.94||43.42|
|SPIL||Siliconware Precision Industries Ltd. ADR (Sponsored) |
|SPRD||Spreadtrum Communications, Inc |
|VSH||Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.||1.58%||$21.50||$0.34||23.85||15.95|
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