David Zanoni
Momentum, growth at reasonable price, long-term horizon

Diodes Incorporated: On The Cutting Edge Of The Semiconductor Industry

I discovered a small company with good investment growth potential that produces semiconductors for numerous markets. Diodes Incorporated (NASDAQ:DIOD) is a $1 billion small-cap global producer of discrete, logic, and analog semiconductors. The company manufactures these products for the consumer electronics, computing, communications, industrial, and automotive markets. The products are sold mostly in Asia, North America, and Europe. The company's products are used in digital cameras, portable DVD players, modems, medical devices, smartphones, PCs, notebooks, flat panel displays, datacom devices, and mobile handsets. Diodes' focus on application-specific standard products and collaborative customer-focused product development gives it a competitive advantage over other semiconductor companies.

The company's products include: diodes, rectifiers, MOSFETs, transistors, protection devices, amplifiers, single gate logic, functional...

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