A Surprising Winner in Mobile


The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which analyst John Reeves and advisor David Meier discuss topics across the investing world.

John and David have been investing heavily in the mobile computing trend. While already owning shares of Apple and Google, John and David think Qualcomm is looking very attractive today. Qualcomm is best known for its digital communications technology. It designs chips for mobile and smartphones using the ARM Holdings architecture. The company recently expanded its communications offerings after buying Atheros Communications. We live in a connected world, and Qualcomm helps make that happen in a number of ways. There's plenty of competition, from NVIDIA to Broadcom, but the technology giant looks attractive with a strong competitive position in a growing market, a rock-solid balance sheet, and a price-to-free-cash-flow ratio of 20.

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