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Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Ltd

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited designs, develops, and supplies power semiconductor products for computing, consumer electronics, communication, and industrial applications.

Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock last closed at $32.03, down 4.39% from the previous day, and has increased 2.59% in one year. It has overperformed other stocks in the Semiconductors industry by 0.3 percentage points. Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock is currently +11.45% from its 52-week low of $28.74, and -54.24% from its 52-week high of $69.99.

There are currently 27.4M shares of AOSL outstanding. The market value of AOSL is $877.53M. In the past 24 hours, 307,155 AOSL shares were traded.

How to Buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Stock

Not sure how to invest in Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock? Here's how.
  1. Choose where to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock: You need to choose an online brokerage, but don't worry - we've tried dozens of stock brokerages and apps to help you choose where to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock.
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account: Sign up for 0% fee trading with the highest-rated brokerage we've selected. It's the best place to buy AOSL stock.
  3. Put funds into your brokerage account: Pick your payment method and add your info.
  4. Evaluate Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock: The Alpha & Omega Semiconductor ticker symbol is AOSL. Is Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock a good investment? Should you buy shares of AOSL? How do AOSL's underlying business fundamentals look? Do top analysts think Alpha & Omega Semiconductor is a good buy? Why has AOSL's stock price moved recently? (Hint: Our stock market analysis tools can help you figure out if AOSL is a good stock to buy).
  5. Execute your AOSL trade: Decide if you will purchase AOSL shares at the current market price or use a limit order to purchase AOSL stock at a given price.
  6. Monitor your AOSL investment: Create a watchlist to get live updates on your position in Alpha & Omega Semiconductor shares.

Step 1: Choose where to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock

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Step 4: Evaluate Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock

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Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Numbers

AOSL Price
$32.03
1w %
-1.48%
1y %
2.59%
5y %
94.24%
P/E
1.89x
P/B
1.03x
P/S
1.1x
PEG
N/A
Revenue
$777.55M
Earnings
$453.16M
Fore. Rev. Growth
6.73%
Fore. Earn. Growth
-51.21%
Market Cap
$877.53M
Next Earnings
Nov 2, 2022
Next Dividend
N/A

Fundamentals of Alpha & Omega Semiconductor

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You can see all of the due diligence checks on AOSL's stock page.

Is AOSL stock undervalued?

Investors use many financial metrics, analyses, models, and charts to gauge AOSL's fair value.

Using relative valuations measures:

  • AOSL may be undervalued based on its P/E ratio of 1.89x, relative to Semiconductors industry P/E ratio of 16.73x
  • AOSL could be undervalued based on its P/B ratio of 1.03x, relative to Semiconductors industry P/B ratio of 3.52x

You can do more valuation analysis on AOSL's stock here.

How do AOSL Financials look?

Passed Health Checks:

  • There are more short-term assets than short-term liabilities on the AOSL balance sheet.
  • There are more short-term assets than long-term liabilities on the AOSL balance sheet.
  • AOSL earnings of $496.34M is not sufficient to cover its interest payments.
  • AOSL's operating cash flow of $218.87M allows it to safely service it's debt of $97.51M.
  • AOSL profit margin has gone up from 8.8% to 58.3% in the past year.

Failed Health Checks:

  • Total AOSL debt is higher than 5 years ago, relative to shareholder equity.
  • AOSL has a relatively high debt to equity ratio of 0.52.

Is it a good time to buy AOSL stock?

Out of 2 sell side analysts who give ratings on AOSL, the consensus analyst rating on Alpha & Omega Semiconductor is a Buy

Should I buy or sell AOSL stock?

Based on 2 analysts offering ratings for Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Ltd.
Buy
Strong Buy
1 analysts 50%
Buy
0 analysts 0%
Hold
1 analysts 50%
Sell
0 analysts 0%
Strong Sell
0 analysts 0%

Most Recent AOSL Analyst Upgrades/Downgrades

David Williams, a bottom 15% analyst from Benchmark maintains AOSL with a strong buy rating and lowers their AOSL price target from $70.00 to $60.00, on Aug 11, 2022.

Craig Ellis, a top 1% analyst from B. Riley Securities downgrades AOSL to a hold rating and lowers their AOSL price target from $62.00 to $42.00, on Jun 15, 2022.

You can dive deeper into what analysts are projecting on the Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock forecast page.

AOSL Momentum

SMA10
32.66
SMA20
33.75
SMA50
37.98
SMA100
37.39
SMA200
44.1
MACD
-1.74
MACD Signal
-1.71
MACD Histogram
-0.02
RSI
40.54
Stochastic %K
38.82
Stochastic %D
27.72
StochRSI %K
76.22
StochRSI %D
49.73

How are AOSL Revenues/Earnings doing?

Last year, AOSL earnings were $453.16M. Over the last 5 year, AOSL's earnings have increased by 95.69% per year. This was faster than the Semiconductors industry average of 75.57%.

Last year, AOSL revenue was $777.55M. During the past 5 year, AOSL's revenue has gone up by 15.19% per year. This was slower than the Semiconductors industry average of 16.86%.

You can analyze AOSL's earnings and revenue performance here.

What are AOSL insiders up to?

In the last 12 months, insiders at AOSL have sold more shares than they have bought.

Bing Xue, EVP-WW Sales & Bus Development of AOSL, was the latest AOSL insider to sell. They sold $29,470.00 worth of AOSL shares on Sep 22, 2022.

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Can I rely on AOSL as an income stream?

No, Alpha & Omega Semiconductor doesn't provide an income stream by paying out dividends.

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Step 5: Execute your AOSL trade

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Step 6: Monitor your AOSL investment

Now that you own some AOSL shares, you'll want to stay up-to-date on your new investment.

Put AOSL on a watchlist to get notified of important updates regarding your AOSL stock.

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How to Buy Stock in Alpha & Omega Semiconductor

To reiterate, here are the 6 steps for buying Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock:

  1. Choose where to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account
  3. Put funds into your brokerage account
  4. Evaluate Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock
  5. Execute your AOSL trade
  6. Monitor your AOSL investment

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NASDAQ: AOSL
$32.03-1.47 (-4.39%)
Updated Sep 29, 2022
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NASDAQ: AOSL
$32.03-1.47 (-4.39%)
Updated Sep 29, 2022
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FAQ

How much does it cost to buy one Alpha & Omega Semiconductor share?

As of Sep 29, 2022, it costs $32.03 to buy one share of Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock.

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Is now a good time to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock?

According to 2 Wall Street analysts who monitor Alpha & Omega Semiconductor, their consensus recommendation is to buy Alpha & Omega Semiconductor stock.

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