With the previous year marking a breakout period for the semiconductor industry and their respective stocks, with some companies like Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) multiplying their value, it is no wonder that this effect carried into this year as well.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (NYSE: TSM) might be the next one in line, as its graphic chart tells a story of a possible breakout in its trend lines, as per a post on X from stock reporter TrendSpider on January 18.
“$TSM Another semiconductor name that looks just about ready to bust a move.”
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And as the company just released its fourth-quarter report, it seems this stock just got the catalyst it needs for further surge.
Better than expected revenue and net income
In the just-released fourth-quarter report, TSMC reported revenue for the specified period amounted to $19.62 billion, surpassing the anticipated figure of $19.58 billion. The net income for the same period also stood at $75.61 billion, exceeding the expected net income of $71.34 billion.
TSMC disclosed that its revenue experienced a 1.5% decrease from the corresponding period in the previous year, amounting to $19.81 billion, and its net income witnessed a decline of 19.3%, reaching $75.61 billion.
These results compare to TSMC’s guidance for fourth-quarter revenue, which was $18.8 billion to $19.6 billion. The company’s financial performance in the reported period aligns with the provided guidance, reflecting the anticipated revenue figures for the fourth quarter.
TSM stock price analysis
At the time of press, this stock was trading at $102.95, posting an increase of 1.26% since the market’s last closure and a gain of 0.42% in the previous five trading sessions.
Only time can tell whether TSMC will be carried with the broader semiconductor industry due to its connection to industry giants or will fail to meet its supply demands.
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