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National Semiconductor Corporation (NSM) [hlAlert]

down 31.99 %

National Semiconductor Corporation (NSM) rated Buy

Posted on: Tuesday,  Dec 11, 2007  9:25 AM ET by Charter Equity

Charter Equity rated Buy National Semiconductor Corporation (NYSE: NSM) on 12/11/2007, when the stock price was $24.66. Since
then, National Semiconductor Corporation has lost 32.00% as of 01/21/2016's recent price of $16.77.
If you would have followed this Charter Equity's recommendation on NSM, you would have lost 31.99% of your investment in 2963 days.

NSTAR was formed through a merger of BEC Energy and Commonwealth Energy System. The company, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts provides regulated electric and gas utility services and is also engaged intelecommunications and other non-regulated activities. NSTAR, through its subsidiaries, Boston Edison Company, Cambridge Electric Light Company, Commonwealth Electric Company and Commonwealth Gas Company, serves approximately 1.3 million customers throughout Massachusetts. (Press Release)

Charter Equity Research is an independent equity research firm focusing on the wireless/telecom industry. We provide an in-depth, vertical coverage of the wireless industry which include services, equipment and semiconductor companies. The basis of our recommendations comes from our industry background, financial expertise and our access to a network of public and private company contacts in the wireless industry. We provide exclusive, insightful and qualitative analyses on the companies we cover with a perspective of the entire wireless foodchain which gives our clients the appropriate context needed to make accurate and timely investment decisions.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
12/11/2007 9:25 AM Buy
as of 8/27/2015
1 Week down  -0.76 %
1 Month down  -9.25 %
3 Months down  -17.67 %
1 YTD down  -54.62 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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