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United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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6.57-0.20 (-3.03%)
As of 02:10PM EDT. Market open.
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  • F
    Fredo
    Trading like Intel
    If this is considered overpriced
    Then OMG AMD should fall by 60%=
  • S
    Sir
    do the math, UMC revenue says this is a $58/per share stock.
  • S
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  • j
    john
    stock is down 10%? why?
  • P
    Patrick
    Nice to see that on Tuesday the 21st., UMC dividend increases from.29 to .52 annual rate, a 79% increase from 2021, payable sometime in mid-July. From the looks of the dividend increase, it doesn't seem like the semi industry is starting to fall apart, as the market seems to think. UMC still running at 100% capacity and building new fabs as well as increasing capacity at existing fabs. May revenue increase YoY was in the high 30%. Semis for IoT, auto, 5G still very, very strong. Just a matter of time before the pps situation turns around.
  • S
    Sir
    Zacks says this is a "buy" stock. It is sitting on billions in CASH. UMC is fully booked for its products through 2023 and demand is so great it is building new fabrication plants. Duhhhh. And yet criminals DISTORT AND SHORT all day, everyday.
  • P
    Pandajacket
    Anyone got a major bear case for this company? Because right now I am thinking about putting a ton of cash in 2024 leaps. This seems like too easy money
  • W
    Will
    Great corporation, apparently they don't have control of their stock manipulation.
  • A
    ANTHONY
    back to $8 by friday
    Bullish
  • k
    kactus jack
    Is this a $5.00 stock masquerading as a $7.00 stock?
  • K
    KARLIK
    I am staying far away from UMC - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at (http://Themaxgains.tech)
  • w
    wisdomnotinfo
    Makes no sense.
  • M
    Market Analyst
  • k
    kactus jack
    Now that we are in a recession, how long will it last and how low will umc go?
  • S
    Sir
    Nice to see that yahoo summary page indicates July 21 is ex-dividend date for a dividend of $0.29 UMC is a nice place to park some money if you do not need it since it is sitting on billions in cash and is growing much more financially secure than most companies. My humble opinion valuation of UMC is $58 per share low and double that within a year based on growth and value and good management and a ready market for its products.
  • P
    Pg
    we can sell today and still get div right?
  • K
    Katerina
    What is happening to the chip stocks????
  • S
    Sir
    I will bet that after Apple's chips were found to not work that Apple will approach UMC for fab plants and chips and possible buy a spinoff part of UMC or at least approach UMC to be a competitor to Qualcomm
  • S
    Sir
    Revised valuation thanks to Brian and conversion of NTD to USD. Yahoo summary page indicates market cap $22,371,000,000 and price $8.86 are in US dollars to figure # of shares which is about 2,524,000,000. Also on yahoo financials, 2021 revenue in NTD is 213,011,018,000. Conversion to dollars is 1 NTD = .034 USD, or $72,423,746,120. Yearly revenue x 2 = $144,847,492,240 is the value of the company. Divided by the number of shares above equals the value of each share, or $58.47. This is more in line with the posters here who have estimated $20, $30, $40 per share. I think $58.47 is a LOW and conservative estimate of the present value of each share because UMC is fully back ordered for its products, it is building new plant(s) in Singapore and here in the US also I suspect at the insistence of Congress and OEMs.
  • S
    Sir
    Ring around the rosy - hedge funds and brokers have a circle selling pit where they churn the stocks to each other to keep price from going up.
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