Texas Instruments is a unique balanced asset between the growth stocks and values stocks. The company has high earnings per share together with raising dividends and buy-back programs. TXN stocks are traded 25% off their peak values but lost must less that its peers, like NVidia and AMD, that lost about 60% of their market cap.

Texas Instruments reported Q2 2022 revenues up by 14% year-on-year to $5.2 billion and EPS up by 20% year-on-year to $2.45 per share. The company allocated $2.2 billion for investors paying the half of it as dividend and the rest was used for buy backs. The amount of TXN stocks free float was decreased by 46% over the last 18 years. Dividend figures are constantly rising. They hit $4.6 per share in 2022 compared to $3.72 in 2020. The company has ended the quarter with $8.4 billion in cash and cash equivalents and a $7.3 billion of debt. The company heavily invests in its development and it plans for R&D spending to hit $3.5 billion by 2025. Dividend yield at 3.5% is not very impressive but may serve as a nice bonus to the company’s solid fiscal balance, buy-back programs and steady growth of its business.