Applied Materials Makes Goldman’s List of Top Chip Stocks

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By Dan Weil A semiconductor shortage has hit the economy hard during the pandemic, but some chip companies remain strong. A semiconductor shortage has hit the economy hard during the pandemic, particularly the auto industry. But some chip companies remain strong. Goldman Sachs has put together a list of its top picks in the industry that are “best positioned to support the future semiconductor ecosystem,” the firm’s analysts wrote in a commentary. The roster includes: 1. Applied Materials (AMAT) – Get Applied Materials, Inc. Report. The analysts said the company benefits from: · “strong near-t…

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