Two-Minute Analysis Of Texas Instruments’ Stock

Carl Hazeley

3 months ago2:29 mins

Two-Minute Analysis Of Texas Instruments’ Stock

According to Google Trends data, tech hardware giant Texas Instruments (TXN) has seen a huge increase in searches in the past month compared to the month before. Three minutes of analysis using the Markets tab could help you quickly see why people are interested in it – and whether it’s worth paying attention to.

Value: is Texas Instruments cheap or expensive?

Texas Instruments trades at an enterprise value-to-sales (EV/sales) multiple of 7.7x, in line with its five-year average of 8.1x and above the S&P 500’s 3.8x. It’s got a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 18x, versus the market’s 20x. And it offers a free cash flow yield of just 4.1%, in line with the market’s 3.9%.

Conclusion: Texas Instruments is neither much more or much less expensive than the market overall based

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