With Tsinghua Unigroup making a $23 billion bid for Micron Technology, we decided to check Quant Ratings for semiconductor stocks with high dividends. The proposed merger has not been acknowledged by Micron's management yet. If it were to happen, there are likely to be changes in the industry. Intel is likely to benefit from this, as it owns 20% of Tsinghua, which is China's largest chip design company. However, the combined company could be a serious challenge to U.S. companies like Qualcomm. Here are some of the best high dividend semiconductors TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at. Number 3 is Analog Devices. With an 'A-' rating, the company's strengths can be seen in its revenue growth and expanding profit margins. 2nd is, Texas Instruments. This rating is an 'A.' Texas Instruments thrives in its expanding profit margins and revenue growth. Number 1 is NVE Corporation. With an 'A+' rating the company flourishes in its solid stock price performance and compelling growth in net income. TheStreet Ratings are algorithmic stock picks based on 32 major data points. S&P 500 stocks rated 'buy' yielded a 16-and-a-half-percent return in 2014, beating the S&P 500 Total Return Index by more than 300 basis points. For the full reports on these stocks, you can check out TheStreet.com/QuantRatings.
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