Vishay May Break Out

The semiconductor sector has had a good run over the last year -- even relative to the strong broader market -- but there are two stocks in the space that have lagged their competitors over the last six months. Broadcom (BRCM) is one and I noted the stock's recent breakout in Columnist Conversation on Dec. 11. While it is since up only a modest 3% and testing its 200-day moving average, it does look like it has more room to run.

The other stock that lagged in the second half of 2013 is Vishay Intertech (VSH), which supplies semiconductors and other passive components to a variety of industries around the world. Its stock now looks prepared to make a break of its own....269 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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