The company makes sensors and power-management components in automotive, industrial, and computing products.
The stock earns a value score of 86 (out of 100) in our proprietary Quadrix ranking system and trades at a substantial discount to the semiconductor group on most valuation ratios.
Given the company’s operating momentum, the appealing valuation is a bit of a surprise. The firm’s sales rose more than 50% and its per-share pro?ts more than doubled over the last year, helped by an acquisition.
Pro?t margins extended a multiyear uptrend. The company reported solid pricing power and continued strong demand trends in the most recent quarter. Analysts target pro?t growth of 27% for the December quarter and 15% for 2018.
Richard Moroney is editor of Dow Theory Forecasts.
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