Should I Buy Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM) stock as it declined to $136.80 today? Is it best stock to buy?
Latest price action
Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM) declined on 11:59:33 AM. Its latest stock price is $136.80 indicating change of -0.36%.
About 2,147,125 shares exchanged hands on 11:59:33 AM for Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM), compared with an average daily volume of 9,908,954 shares.
Daily price range
After opening the trading day at , shares of Qualcomm, Inc. traded within a range of to .
52 weeks price range
In the last 52 weeks, shares of Qualcomm, Inc. has gone down to $70.18 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $167.14 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is -9.81%.
Shares of Qualcomm, Inc. is currently trading at $136.80 indicating P/E ratio of 23.34 .
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About Qualcomm, Inc.
Qualcomm is the world's leading wireless technology innovator and the driving force behind the development, launch, and expansion of 5G. When people connected the phone to the internet, the mobile revolution was born. Today, foundational technologies enable the mobile ecosystem and are found in every 3G, 4G and 5G smartphone. The company brings the benefits of mobile to new industries, including automotive, the internet of things, and computing, and are leading the way to a world where everything and everyone can communicate and interact seamlessly. Qualcomm Incorporated includes licensing business, QTL, and the vast majority of patent portfolio. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, operates, along with its subsidiaries, substantially all of our engineering, research and development functions, and substantially all of our products and services businesses, including our QCT semiconductor business.
Recent QCOM News
Wed Apr 14 11:12:19 UTC 2021
Benzinga: Tech Companies Protest Sector Partiality Under US Chips Act: Bloomberg
Groups representing some of the global technology companies wrote a warning letter to the congressional leaders of both parties and White House officials, against sector preference under the Chips for America Act and objecting to automakers? plea for production ramp-up of basic chips, Bloomberg reports . The technology companies represented included Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ: AMD ), Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ), Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ: QCOM ), Texas Instruments Inc (NASDAQ: TXN ), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (NYSE: TSM ), Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (OTC: SSNLF ), Alphabet Inc?s (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ; GOOGL) Google, Twitter Inc (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com
Tue Apr 13 17:30:38 UTC 2021
Business Insider: The best Google Pixel phone deals happening now include $50 off the Google Pixel 5
Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Phone Average price Number of rear camera lenses Display size CPU/GPU 5G Google Pixel 5 $699 2 6-inches Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, Adreno 620 Yes Google Pixel 4a 5G $499 2 6.2-inches Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, Adreno 620 Yes Google Pixel 4a $349 1 5.8-inches Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, Adreno 618 No Google Pixel 5 Pixel 5 (medium, Preferred: Best Buy) Typical price: $699 Screen (resolution, refresh rate): 6-inches, 1080 x 2340, up to 90Hz OLED Cameras: 8-megapixel front, 12-megapixel standard, 16-megapixel ultra-wide Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor with Adreno 620 graphics Check out our full review of the Google Pixel 5 The $699 Pixel 5 is Google's newest and most expensive 5G phone. We found the camera system to be the real star of the show. We loved the Pixel 5 's realistic, clear, and detailed images, calling it one of the best cameras in an Android phone. Unlike its cheaper siblings, the Pixel 5 has a water resistant design, more RAM for better performance, fast wireless charging, and a feature that allows the phone to function as a wireless charger for accessories.
Mon Apr 12 12:26:03 UTC 2021
Benzinga: Here's Why GameStop, Qualcomm And Bumble Are Moving
One of the most common questions traders have about stocks is ?Why Is It Moving?? That?s why Benzinga created the Why Is It Moving, or WIIM, feature in Benzinga Pro . WIIMs are a one-sentence description as to why that stock is moving. The following are analyst rating updates for GameStop, Qualcomm and Bumble. Ascendiant Capital analyst Edward Woo downgraded GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME ) from Hold to Sell and ? Full story available on Benzinga.com
To understand why the $450 billion semiconductor industry has lurched into crisis, a helpful place to start is a one-dollar part called a display driver.Hundreds of different kinds of chips make up the global silicon industry, with the flashiest ones from Qualcomm Inc. and Intel Corp. going for $100 apiece to more than $1,000. Those run powerful computers or the shiny smartphone in your pocket. A display driver is mundane by contrast: Its sole purpose is to convey basic instructions for illuminating the screen on your phone, monitor or navigation system.The trouble for the chip industry -- and increasingly companies beyond tech, like automakers -- is that there aren?t enough display drivers to go around. Firms that make them can?t keep up with surging demand so prices are spiking. That?s contributing to short supplies and increasing costs for liquid crystal display panels, essential components for making televisions and laptops, as well as cars, airplanes and high-end refrigerators.?It?s not like you can just make do.
Fri Apr 02 20:30:59 UTC 2021
The Verge: Google?s next Pixels will reportedly switch to a custom in-house GS101 processor
Google is reportedly planning to use a customized in-house GS101 "Whitechapel" processor in the upcoming Pixel 6, marking a major shift away from Qualcomm?s Snapdragon chips in favor of an Apple-esque strategy.
Thu Apr 01 13:08:00 UTC 2021
Benzinga: 'Halftime Report' Final Trades: Qualcomm, Volkswagen And More
On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," the investment committee gave their final trades of the day. Wilmington Trust's Meghan Shue likes ?
Tue Mar 30 21:35:23 UTC 2021
The Verge: The FTC is letting Qualcomm off the hook with a tortured statement
The FTC will not appeal its Qualcomm antitrust case to the Supreme Court, ending a four-year battle. The agency?s statement on the matter feels a little bit like a cry for help.
The FTC first filed a complaint against Qualcomm in 2017, charging that the company has a monopoly in baseband processors.
Mon Mar 29 21:33:42 UTC 2021
Yahoo Finance: U.S. trade regulator will not appeal Qualcomm case to Supreme Court
The Federal Trade Commission said on Monday it would not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review its appeals court loss against Qualcomm Inc, which the agency had accused of breaking antitrust law in selling chips for smartphones. In October, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said it would not rehear arguments over whether the San Diego, California-based company had engaged in anticompetitive patent-licensing practices to keep a monopoly on the market for modem chips that connect smart phones to wireless data networks. In a statement, Acting FTC Chairwoman Rebecca Slaughter noted "significant headwinds facing the Commission in this matter" in deciding to not petition the Supreme Court.