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What are the best semiconductor stocks for 2022 and beyond? The semiconductor shortage was big news in 2021, but with so many different companies in the semiconductor sector, it can be challenging to know which are the top stocks to buy now.
The semiconductor industry continues to be an exciting topic for investors in 2022 due to the continued shortage. Today's video focuses on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM), a company that continues to thrive among the pent-up demand for semiconductors. Taiwan Semiconductor shared great insight on the semiconductor industry during its earnings call on Jan. 13.