Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM)
$75.00 0.63 (0.85%)
19:59 EDT QCOM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $75.00
Market Cap 111.21B
PE Ratio -24.27
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.48M
Day's Range 74.42 - 75.71
52-Week Range 49.10 - 90.34
Dividend & Yield 2.38 (3.17%)
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Qualcomm stock has been under pressure lately, as investors worry about its legal risks. But the charts look good for QCOM stock.
By David Moadel
As far as I'm concerned, antitrust fines are a temporary problem and a sign of a truly redoubtable company; in truth, the only ones who should fear Qualcomm are the competition.
By Thomas Niel
If the high operating margins of licensing are impacted, it becomes tougher to justify QCOM stock's current valuation. QCOM could be a buy if it starts trading at a discount to TXN and AVGO, but for the time being the stock appears fairly valued relative to peers.
The FTC ruling and its dependence on China bring uncertainty to QCOM stock, but the current price of Qualcomm reflects these concerns.
Many Internet of Things stocks offer low valuations and should take off once 5G helps to bring much wider adoption of IoT products.
Investors who buy QCOM stock at this point and hold it for the long-term can benefit from the volatility of Qualcomm stock.
Apple may have a strong case against Qualcomm, but the ever-present geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and China present surprising tailwinds for QCOM stock.
The volatility in QCOM stock is driven by its antitrust exposure. Understanding that exposure is key to understanding Qualcomm stock.
QCOM stock has been rising as investors bet its short-term legal troubles are short-term, and that Qualcomm will dominate an enormous 5G market in the next decade.
Nvidia stock remains turbulent, as trade-war worries and a hearty crypto hangover continues to weigh on the company. However, NVDA is a long-term winner.
Micron stock got a nice bump from its latest announcement, and that just makes it stronger as trade tensions ease and inventory levels out.
After the court ruling, Qualcomm could be saddled with agreements that cut into its profits for years to come. That’s not great news for the company, or for QCOM stock.
QCOM stock has been all over the map of late, for understandable reasons. The new system on a chip, however, sets the stage for sustained growth from Qualcomm.
Pure AR stocks haven't lived up to the hype, and for good reason. But augmented reality may finally be ready for the big-time.
AMD is getting all the glory while Intel is in the dog house. The 10nm delay and a cautious outlook is hurting Intel stock. What's next?
Qualcomm stock surged after its deal with Apple, then the FTC made a crushing ruling. Where does QCOM stock stand now?
Qualcomm stock has had a volatile ride this year. But you shouldn’t expect things to settle down. QCOM stock has several headwinds. Here’s a look.
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