Why I Invested In TSMC | NYSE:TSM
TSMC started as a small semiconductor foundry in Taiwan. Today, it is the largest in the world and responsible for most of the top-tier chips in the world. Can TSMC sustain its lead? Here is what you must know about the company and why I invested in it.
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Disclosure: Stanley owns shares in TSMC during the time of shooting this video.
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