Microchip Technology (MCHP)
$106.61 0.94 (0.87%)
19:40 EDT MCHP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $106.61
Market Cap 25.06B
PE Ratio 103.50
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.98M
Day's Range 105.22 - 108.60
52-Week Range 53.15 - 113.28
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (1.36%)
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MCHP stock won't grab headlines. However, it will provide investors with reliable gains, either actively or passively, and that's a win in this economy.
By Thomas Niel
In today's too-hot-to-touch market, MCHP stock may be a worthwhile buy due to its low valuation, as well as its 'megatrend' exposure.
These cheap stocks have major growth potential, and investors shouldn't look away. Grab shares now because they'll soon be headed higher.
The dividend increase at MSFT was great, but Microsoft is just one of many dividend stocks in the tech sector. Here are 5 that worthy of your portfolio.
Microchip Technologies, Netflix, Wells Fargo, TD Ameritrade and Zoom Video were our top stock trades for Tuesday. That said, here's why.
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Sell in May? No way with these five dividend stocks to buy. The summer can be very fruitful for those hunting for income.
The stock charts of MCHP, MAS and RL deserve a closer technical look at today's trading action kicks off.
Some of the biggest semiconductor stocks have fallen sharply this year and now they face many layers of resistance if they hope to return to their previous levels.
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ARW, INTC, MCHP, SWKS and SWIR all offer opportunities for investors to earn massive profits thanks to the growth of the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things is the growing world of interconnected household and industrial devices. 2018 promises to be another marquee year for IoT suppliers, with....
This week, Microchip Technology (MCHP) stays a Hold based on the most current relative pricing of its shares and market intelligence.
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