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Broadcom Stock Is Overvalued

Nov. 02, 2021 7:59 PM ETBroadcom Inc. (AVGO)QCOM, SWKS57 Comments


  • Broadcom has a good growth history, especially supported by acquisitions.
  • Even though it has diversified its product portfolio and is exposed to several secular growth trends, its growth prospects aren’t impressive.
  • Its shares are currently overvalued, based on relative and absolute basis, so this is a stock to avoid.
Broadcom Expected To Beat Quarterly Earnings Expectations

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I invest in several secular growth trends, such as semiconductors or 5G, and decided to take a look at Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) as an alternative to other stocks that I own. However, I’m not impressed by its growth prospects, its balance sheet and

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