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inTEST Corporation: Wait For A Better Entry Point

Mar. 23, 2023 12:01 PM ETinTEST Corporation (INTT)1 Comment
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  • INTT's service expertise in the semiconductor front-end space should find plenty of takers as wafer manufacturing becomes more complex over time.
  • INTT has the appropriate balance sheet to fulfill its inorganic ambitions, and cash generation potential could pick up in the quarters ahead.
  • INTT is an expensive stock to own, and the risk-reward on the charts looks unappealing.

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Company Snapshot

inTest Corporation (NYSE:INTT) is a New Jersey-based entity that provides test and process solutions for manufacturing and testing work across the globe. INTT's expertise is tapped by quite a few end markets ranging from semiconductors, defense, aerospace, autos, telcos, and pharmaceuticals. The company

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