SOXX - iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF

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Previous Close189.76
Bid184.02 x 1300
Ask184.07 x 1200
Day's Range183.36 - 184.86
52 Week Range144.79 - 218.00
Avg. Volume922,904
Net Assets1.35B
PE Ratio (TTM)5.23
YTD Return18.18%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.56
Expense Ratio (net)0.47%
Inception Date2001-07-10
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  • Can Red-Hot AMD Stock Finally Take Out the $30 Level?
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AMD's market-share expansion will persist for the foreseeable future, and as long as it does, AMD stock can remain well-positioned to reach $50 over the next few years. But in the short-run, the rally in AMD stock will likely be short-circuited yet again around the $30 level.That $30 level is a critical area which the stock hasn't consistently ever held. Long-term growth fundamentals imply that a move over $30 by Advanced Micro Devices stock won't be justified until the end of the year. As a result, while AMD stock will eventually take out the critical $30 level, it won't do so anytime soon. AMD's Growth Outlook Remains HealthyThe long-term growth outlook of AMD has been, still is, and will remain for the foreseeable future healthy enough to move Advanced Micro Devices stock higher in a multi-year window.In a nutshell, AMD is the David of both the computer processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) worlds. This David is fighting two Goliaths. In the CPU world, the Goliath is Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), which has dominated the PC market for many years, and is now paralleling that dominance in the data center market. Meanwhile, in the GPU world, the Goliath is Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), the graphics chip giant that has dominated the gaming market and is now dominating the artificial intelligence (AI) market.But David is finally putting up a fight against and winning share from Goliath, on both the CPU and GPU fronts, due to its faster innovation, promising product lineup, and expansion into new markets. As a result, AMD has generated healthy revenue growth, margin expansion, and profit growth over the past several years, pushing AMD stock considerably higher.In May, investors got confirmation that AMD's market-share expansion remains as vigorous as ever. The company reported strong first-quarter numbers (on the heels of bad first quarter numbers from Intel), announced an impressive 7nm product road map which analysts said lays the groundwork for further market-share expansion, and won a graphics licensing deal with Samsung.Overall, AMD continues to win share from both Intel and Nvidia. Ultimately, that means its revenues, margins, and profits remain on track to move considerably higher over the next several years. That strong growth will power AMD stock higher. The Rally May Face Turbulence at $30Although AMD stock will head higher over the long-term, the rally may be short-circuited in the near-term at the $30 level.The semiconductor market historically alternates between booms and busts. The past several years have been a boom period. This year, due to escalating trade tensions, oversupply, and falling demand, the sector is in bust mode. Non-cyclical tailwinds should produce another boom period after the current bust ends. But, until 2024, the revenue growth of the semiconductor market will be moderate, averaging in the low-single digit-percentage range.AMD, however, will gain a larger share of that market. Further, AMD has exposure to the market's most important growth areas, including data centers. As a result, its revenue should rise at a fairly steady rate of about 15% over the next several years.Alongside that healthy revenue growth, its gross margins should increase as AMD expands into more lucrative markets with higher-margin products. As its revenues grow, its expense rates should fall, too. Thus, its net profit margins should benefit from a double tailwind of expanding gross margins and falling expense rates.All together, AMD's profits look poised to increase 20%-plus over the next several years. I'm looking at $2.40 as a realistic earnings per share target for this company by 2025.Based on a forward price-earnings multiple of 20, which is average for growth stocks, that equates to a fiscal 2024 price target for AMD stock of $48. Discounted back by 10% per year, that results in a 2019 price target of right around $30. The Bottom Line on AMD StockAMD's growth outlook remains healthy. Investors received confirmation of its healthy growth in May. That's why AMD stock outperformed during last month's market downturn.While AMD stock should head higher in the long-run, the rally will likely be short-circuited in the near-term by valuation concerns at the $30 level. Quite simply, those levels aren't supported by the fundamentals just yet.As a result, investors should sell AMD stock as it closes in on $30, and buy it back on the next dip.As of this writing, Luke Lango was long INTC. 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Muse, senior equity research analyst at Evercore, said in a recent note. "Loss of this business would slow down investments by U.S. chipmakers, thereby reducing the competitiveness of the U.S. semiconductor industry -- and that is a national security issue that the U.S. government needs to consider as well." * 10 Best Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever It is reasonable to expect more near-term headwinds for chip ETFs, but for aggressive investors, the now battered group could hold some appeal. Here are some chip ETFs for risk takers to consider. iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (SOXX)Expense Ratio: 0.47%, or $47 annually per $10,000 investedThe iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX) tracks the aforementioned PHLX Semiconductor Index, so these are tenuous days for one of the largest chip ETFs. Several of the 30 stocks residing in this chip ETF have been caught up in the Huwaei flap, but that could be more of a near-term hurdle than a long-term detriment."Our valuations imply that the Huawei ban will be used as short-term leverage by the U.S. in ongoing negotiations with China involving tariffs and other trade negotiations," said Morningstar in a recent note on semiconductor stocks. "However, our models still assume that the ban won't last in the long term, as it would be highly destructive to technology companies in both China and the U.S., given the complexity and interwoven nature of the tech supply chain."The Huwaei issue is impactful for SOXX components because the Chinese telecom company is one of the largest semiconductor buyers in the world. Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) and Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO), which combine for over 18% of SOXX's weight, have some China exposure that needs to be worked through over the near-term.With Qualcomm, "there could be a risk here that Chinese original-equipment manufacturers don't buy chips or pay royalties (revenue from China was 67% of last fiscal year's revenue). We expect near-term pressure on Qualcomm's financial results will be at the high end of those affected in the semiconductor space," according to Morningstar. SPDR S&P Semiconductor ETF (XSD)Expense Ratio: 0.35%The SPDR S&P Semiconductor ETF (NYSEARCA:XSD) has been less bad than cap-weighted rivals in recent weeks due in part to this chip ETF being an equal-weight fund, meaning XSD is not dominated by the likes of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) and Qualcomm.The weighted average market value of XSD's 34 holdings is $28 billion, which is lower than the comparable metric on cap-weighted chip ETFs. While none of XSD's holdings command weights of more than 4.40% in the fund, the equal-weight strategy has not been enough to prevent this chip ETF from incurring significant damage in recent weeks. Month-to-date, XSD is lower by 14.60%. * 7 Recession-Proof Stocks to Buy as the Boom Ends "The latest bout of trade tensions around Huawei and the day-to-day tactics of the negotiations will probably lead to another bout of caution that could weigh on June quarterly results and perhaps the September forecasts for many chipmakers," said Morningstar. SPDR Kensho Smart Mobility ETF (XKST)Expense Ratio: 0.46%The SPDR Kensho Smart Mobility ETF (NYSEARCA:XKST) is not a dedicated chip ETF, but this unique fund allocates nearly 13% of its weight to semiconductor stocks and another 4.13% to semiconductor equipment makers and gives investors an avenue for tapping exciting new technology themes.XKST's underlying index "is designed to capture companies whose products and services are driving innovation behind smart transportation, which includes the areas of autonomous and connected vehicle technology, drones and drone technologies used for commercial and civilian applications, and advanced transportation tracking and transport optimization systems," according to State Street.XKST's methodology is working, sort of, as the fund has been significantly less bad than dedicated chip ETFs in the month of May. 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  • 3 Reasons To Buy The Discount In Nvidia Stock
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Data-center Fallout is Likely ExaggeratedManagement's apprehension about a key market is obviously very significant. At the same time, I'd take it with a grain of salt. You must appreciate what the execs are doing here. Talking up the data center could yield a nearer-term boost for the Nvidia stock price. However, shares will surely crash if the fundamentals don't align in later quarters.More importantly, I don't think the data center is as bad as the bears project. Now, I could bring up data regarding double-digit growth rates. I could also discuss the global implications of cloud-related industries, particularly for the developing world.Rather than dive into the granularity, I'd prefer to look at the bigger picture. We're in the middle of a digital revolution, one that increasingly relies on broader connectivity. To implement these technologies and innovations, we need a robust cloud infrastructure. This requires data centers.To avoid NVDA stock means that the tech race will somehow take a breather. I don't think so. Indeed, the trade war -- which is based on the U.S.-China tech rivalry -- incentivizes companies to focus harder on digitalization. In the end, this benefits Nvidia, along with companies like Micron (NASDAQ:MU) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). NVDA Stock Enjoys Other Sector TailwindsIt's tempting to zero in on just data centers for two reasons. Again, data centers represent a multi-billion dollar industry which will only grow bigger. Equally important, data-center businesses contribute to the bottom line in the here and now.This is why Wall Street is punishing NVDA stock. Nvidia is a publicly traded company, not the research arm of a state-funded university. Stakeholders want to see returns, preferably sooner than later. A major money-maker potentially absorbing an uppercut does nothing to shore up confidence.But for patient investors, this discount offers a possibly lucrative opportunity. Nvidia leads research in multiple exciting avenues, such as deep learning and automation. The investments made now will one day shape the future of commerce, transportation and other segments.Of course, this isn't going to happen tomorrow. Still, tomorrow will happen at some point. As such, I think it's short-sighted to only consider the immediate volatility in Nvidia stock and ignore its potential. Crypto is Making a ComebackI can already see the eyes rolling, even among my InvestorPlace colleagues. After crashing spectacularly in late 2017/early 2018, most folks probably think that cryptocurrencies are dead.In fact, one of the reasons why NVDA stock and shares of rival Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) experienced choppiness last year was due to the crypto hangover. Basically, chipmakers ramped up semiconductor fabrication of crypto-mining-centric processors. But when the digital markets crashed, so too did demand for these processors.Both Nvidia and AMD have largely worked out their crypto-related inventory. However, they may want to grease up the production lines again. Blockchain tokens have witnessed a sentiment surge and I think it's only going to get stronger. Both remain among the top holdings of the 31-stock portfolio of iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX).Why? It's pure investment psychology. Currently, bitcoin trades hands at just under $8,000. Undoubtedly, the bulls are targeting that nice round number of $10,000. Once there, they will target $20,000, the last record-breaking resistance barrier.After breaching that target … well, you get the idea. The sky's the limit. And high-flying bitcoin can very well take Nvidia stock out of its doldrums.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto is long bitcoin. 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