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Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited (AOSL)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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32.03+1.69 (+5.57%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
30.55 -1.48 (-4.62%)
After hours: 04:54PM EDT
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  • 溜溜
    AOSL CEO said that AOSL automotive IC will occupy a place in the fierce market competition within 3 years.
  • 溜溜
    Beginning next year, AOSL will start to lay out the IC for vehicles
    Bullish
  • E
    Ed
    This is a buying time, not selling!!!
  • r
    robert
    There can't be many chip stocks that sell at book value sporting our balance sheet, simply incredible.
  • R
    Ron
    I do believe this is buying time,but market all over the place,can we go -30?
  • T
    TERRANCE
    we hit a price floor with this stock, big pop in stock price next week
  • N
    NIO BIG SHORT
    Surely a buyout candidate?
  • B
    BOB
    Did anyone notice the institution holdings have substantially increased and the insider looks almost unchanged and short interest has decreased. And most chips are selling in the 40-60 p.e and look what is left in this float. This is just my observation and yes picking up on the dips in a volatile market.
  • E
    Ed
    Beats: 0.95 vs.0.86, 194M vs.190M
  • W
    William
    it will go to the moon
    Bullish
  • T
    The Gauntlet
    "We are on pace and focused to achieve our one billion dollar annual revenue target in the next couple of years."
  • M
    Mnysnpr
    For those of you that are still wondering, the PE (ttm) is that low because the of the Joint Venture they sold, company is making above 4,5$/year which means the PE would be less than 10 still,
    The management is convinced that 1b$ in sales will be achieved in the next 2 years which would mean a growth rate of around 14%/year (imo will be higher due to the industry, cash they have to continue growing to face the demand that is still higher than overall capacity and top tier clients), this company should be rn at least 50% higher to match industry's pe, and 100/150% higher when the industry recovers, now taking into account its growth ratio and the industry's demand I think fair value is at around the 3 digits
    Been invested for a year and a half sold 20% of my position and the 65's and bought back at the 30's, GL to you all, I hope the stock jumps back to the 50's soon
  • M
    Michael
    Well, today's the day!
  • M
    Michael
    I own this stock, and wondering if i should add to my position today, or just wait for earnings. Any thoughts from AOSL owners? I too dont see why it is dropping so much, even with NVIDIA news as this does not mean AOSL wont hit their numbers. Unless there is some insider whispers hitting the streets.
  • J
    Jazenevc
    It looks like the market decided to correct the stock before earnings, not after as it is done usually.
  • g
    george
    The chip sector is in big problem.
  • r
    robert
    Shorter term, I am a little concerned because their products are in so many products consumers maybe pulling back on. Not only that, China is experiencing a major drought / heat wave in a major tech manufacturing region where 80% of the power is hydro electric and the river level is too low to run the electric plant. Plants in the entire region are shut down to conserve what power there is for the citizens. Flat screens for TV's and phones, lithium, chip manufacturing ect, ect. This doesn't affect AOSL manufacturing but it is certainly going to affect the business, it has too. Telsa, Apple and that ilk are also being adversely affected.
  • g
    george
    Yesterday was a big down day across all the semi-conductor stocks. It started with NVDA and brought the whole house of semis down. I think the sector looks weak because all related business are seeing a slowing PC/tablets sales. It will take time to reverse. Even though we still have shortages for the car industry, but the car industry uses the older design chips and their market shares is much less than the consumers’ electronics.
  • B
    BOB
    Will be adding in the morning after selling a few other stocks. 27 million shares not going to stay at this level long IMO.
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