CyberOptics: Semiconductor Industry Cyclical With Potential Breakout

Jun. 01, 2022 7:45 AM ETNordson Corporation (NDSN)6 Comments

Summary

  • This company is a cyclical stalwart, with a very predictable historical chart.
  • However, recent performance has exited the historical range.
  • Does this breakout signal a new phase of linear growth, or just a larger cycle than historically?
  • I find that the data may suggest that the company may be entering a new linear trend thanks to strong performance of the customer base.
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Aiding In Microchip Manufacture

CyberOptics (CYBE) is a specialized member of the semiconductor industry thanks to their line of precision measuring systems. The high-precision sensors and systems are used to improve yields and productivity for a variety of tasks within both surface-mounted circuitry

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