AMKR(Amkor) may be a sleeper hit for the coming years

AMKR (Amkor Technology Incorporated) is my current pick for hopefully a large annual return or at least a large 5-year return. Description: It's an American semiconductor company that provides outsourced semiconductor packaging and test services in the United States, Japan, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the rest of the Asia Pacific. It primarily serves integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor companies, original equipment manufacturers, and contract foundries. Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. Fundamentals specifically this year: small cap at 5.18 billion, p/e is 9.8 vs. 30.61 sector average, peg is 0.44 vs. 1.90 sector average, p/c is 4.67 vs. 33.03 sector average, p/s is 0.89 vs. 32,388 sector average, p/b is 2.06 vs. 13.86 sector average. Growth: EPS is +76.56% vs. +126.17% sector average, EPS Growth (Last 5 Years) +42.29% vs.+23.78%, Projected EPS Growth (Next Year vs. This Year) +2.89% vs. +14.75% ,Forward EPS Long Term Growth (3-5 Yrs) +21.44% vs. +22.09% ,Revenue Growth (Last 5 Years) +11.85% vs. +10.19% Profit Margins: Gross Margin (TTM) 29.30% vs. -46.34%, EBITD Margin (TTM) 21.34% vs. -74.18%, Operating Margin (TTM) 11.78% vs.-79.40%, Pretax Margin (TTM) 10.59% vs. -78.29% Debts: Long Term Debt/Equity (TTM) 40.58% vs. 40.84%, Total Debt/Assets (TTM) 22.97% vs. 38.96%, Total Debt/Capital (TTM) 30.28% vs. 40.89%, Total Debt/Equity (TTM) 48.97% vs. 44.62% Ramblings: The way I see it the fundamentals are solid. good stability, hardly any debt, decent profits, decent growth. The semiconductor shortage is hitting all of these companies and so they're all sleeper hits until it begins to alleviate within the next decade. I think Amkor is a solid pick for its price and can potentially make a whole lot of money with both stock and multi-year LEAPS. Even if Amkor itself doesn't explode, it will still benefit from the alleviation of the shortage over the coming years and will provide a solid return with, as for as I can tell, low risk. Any thoughts on this company that I may have missed? I'm aware it doesn't have a strong moat nor the market cap to be as competitive as the other larger titans in the industry like intel or invidia so it may have diminishing returns after the pandemic.

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AMKR(Amkor) may be a sleeper hit for the coming years

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AMKR (Amkor Technology Incorporated) is my current pick for hopefully a large annual return or at least a large 5-year return.

Description:

It's an American semiconductor company that provides outsourced semiconductor packaging and test services in the United States, Japan, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the rest of the Asia Pacific. It primarily serves integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor companies, original equipment manufacturers, and contract foundries. Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona.

Fundamentals specifically this year:

small cap at 5.18 billion, p/e is 9.8 vs. 30.61 sector average, peg is 0.44 vs. 1.90 sector average, p/c is 4.67 vs. 33.03 sector average, p/s is 0.89 vs. 32,388 sector average, p/b is 2.06 vs. 13.86 sector average.

Growth:

EPS is +76.56% vs. +126.17% sector average, EPS Growth (Last 5 Years) +42.29% vs.+23.78%, Projected EPS Growth (Next Year vs. This Year) +2.89% vs. +14.75% ,Forward EPS Long Term Growth (3-5 Yrs) +21.44% vs. +22.09% ,Revenue Growth (Last 5 Years) +11.85% vs. +10.19%

Profit Margins:

Gross Margin (TTM) 29.30% vs. -46.34%, EBITD Margin (TTM) 21.34% vs. -74.18%,

Operating Margin (TTM) 11.78% vs.-79.40%, Pretax Margin (TTM) 10.59% vs. -78.29%

Debts:

Long Term Debt/Equity (TTM) 40.58% vs. 40.84%, Total Debt/Assets (TTM) 22.97% vs. 38.96%, Total Debt/Capital (TTM) 30.28% vs. 40.89%, Total Debt/Equity (TTM) 48.97% vs. 44.62%

Ramblings:

The way I see it the fundamentals are solid. good stability, hardly any debt, decent profits, decent growth. The semiconductor shortage is hitting all of these companies and so they're all sleeper hits until it begins to alleviate within the next decade. I think Amkor is a solid pick for its price and can potentially make a whole lot of money with both stock and multi-year LEAPS. Even if Amkor itself doesn't explode, it will still benefit from the alleviation of the shortage over the coming years and will provide a solid return with, as for as I can tell, low risk. Any thoughts on this company that I may have missed? I'm aware it doesn't have a strong moat nor the market cap to be as competitive as the other larger titans in the industry like intel or invidia so it may have diminishing returns after the pandemic.

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