Top 7 Undervalued NASDAQ 100 Stocks for Smart Investors

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By: Aquib Nawab


Qualcomm, a leader in 5G technology, is set to thrive in the booming 5G market, projected to hit $92 billion by 2030. Trading at 15.62x forward earnings, it's undervalued, yet recent share growth hints at limited future gains.

1. Qualcomm (QCOM)

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Based in Milpitas, KLA Corp is a semiconductor industry leader. Its market is set to surpass $13B by 2028. With robust revenue growth and net margins, it stands out despite a modest price target suggesting limited growth.

2. KLA Corp (KLAC)

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3. Applied Materials (AMAT)

Santa Clara's Applied Materials excels in materials engineering for semiconductors. With the market expected to reach $60.34B by 2030, AMAT's solid financials and low earnings multiple make it a key investment, despite limited growth potential.

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Based in Maryland, Constellation Energy leads the U.S. in carbon-free energy. With the renewable market set to hit $1.21T by 2030, CEG's stock, trading at 1.46x revenue, shows potential despite mixed financials.

4. Constellation Energy (CEG)

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Regeneron, based in Tarrytown, NY, excels in antibody therapeutics. With a $479B market projection by 2028, it boasts robust EBITDA growth and profitability. Great for steady growth-seeking investors at 24x earnings.

5. Regeneron (REGN)

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6. Comcast (CMCSA)

Comcast, headquartered in Philadelphia, stands as America's top telecom and media giant. Its diverse offerings in broadcasting, cable TV, and internet keep it essential. While financially strong, recent stock performance has been a bit sluggish.

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Charter Communications, based in Stamford, CT, runs Spectrum, the U.S.'s second-largest cable provider. In a booming $319.8B TV market, CHTR shines with robust revenue and a 9.92 forward P/E ratio. Yet, slowing growth raises concerns despite moderate buy ratings.

7. Charter Communications (CHTR)

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