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All eyes are on semiconductor companies amid chip shortage — investors should be looking at these four lesser-known names

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All eyes are on semiconductor companies amid chip shortage — investors should be looking at these four lesser-known names
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A mass of attention has been brought to semiconductor companies as supply-chain constraints have reduced the availability of everything from cars to laptops to gaming consoles. The largest chipmakers and foundries — Intel (INTC) Nvidia (NVDA) Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) Globalfoundries and Qualcomm (QCOM) — have gotten most of the headlines. As the challenges are sorted out, it has become clear that semiconductors are a hot commodity, and for investors, that could be considered an opportunity.