Semiconductor firms create microchips that act as the “brain” for a number of devices in the technology field. Specifically, these semiconductor companies specialize and focus their efforts on a particular field. These firms tend to offer dividend yields well below the wider market average.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|HIMX||Himax Technologies Inc ADR (Sponsored) |
|MPWR||Monolithic Power Systems, Inc.||0.92%||$130.59||$1.20||130.32||93.69|
|SEDG||SolarEdge Technologies, Inc.||0.00%||$56.45||$0.00||70.74||17.55|
|TSL||Trina Solar Ltd ADR (Sponsored) |
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