ShareTip of the week: Infineon

Infineon building in Munich
Infineon building in Munichimago images / photo booth

The share of the semiconductor manufacturer Infineon rose by almost 55 percent in 2020, beating almost all Dax members. Only Delivery Hero was stronger with a plus of almost 80 percent. Although the Munich-based company also felt the effects of the Corona crisis, thanks to the recovery in the auto business, the company recently returned to profitability.

The accelerated change to more electromobility is also generating imagination. It should not be forgotten that, thanks to the acquisition of the US chip manufacturer Cypress Semiconductor, Infineon has risen to the ranks of the ten largest chip manufacturers in the world.

Sounds good, but after the 2020 rally, the Infineon share already seems pretty exhausted. The average target price of 15 analysts is currently 27.79 euros – and thus 11.9 percent below the current price. Thus, partial protection products are now of interest to investors. An attractive capped bonus certificate comes from UBS. In December 2021, with a 25.5 percent safety buffer, it opens up the chance of a return of 19.4 percent. Should the barrier break at 23.50 euros, investors – apart from the waiver of dividends – do no worse than with the share.

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