Why Wall Street Is Wrong About China and the Chip Sector, and Who is Leading the Rally

As fears of overexposure to the China trade dispute in the microchip and semiconductor sectors are being proven wrong, the market rallies. Investors are realizing that the banned Chinese company, Huawei, is not as tightly woven into those sectors as it had feared, and strong demand for chips will driven on by the pending rollout of 5G technology. This means that those entire sectors are currently undervalued. As the new 5G upgrade cycle promises to keep demand high for years to come, there’s one company in this sector whose sales are up 24% since the market rally, and whose earnings are doubling nearly every three years – meaning huge growth potential if you latch on now.

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