Texas Instruments’ Q3 2022: Preparing For The Cycle


  • Texas Instruments reported solid Q3 earnings, beating the estimates, but issued a weak Q4 guidance.
  • The automotive market continues to be strong, but macro is weighing on the rest of the markets.
  • Profitability was the highlight, with Texas Instruments demonstrating it can have substantial operating leverage when demand is high.
  • The CHIPS Act is expected to benefit the company materially.
  • We discuss why short-term trouble should not be worrying for long-term shareholders.
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Ismed Syahrul


Texas Instruments (NASDAQ:TXN) reported very solid Q3 earnings but was cautious in its guidance for Q4, which made the market react badly sending the stock down about 5% initially.

None of this should be a big surprise, though. When it comes

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