“Why is Broadcom different? Some if it’s because the company’s end-markets are growing faster than the broader industry, some of it’s because they’re taking market share all over the place, and some, I believe, is just pure execution,” he said.
Earlier this week, Broadcom delivered a 5-cent earnings beat off a 67-cent basis and posted record revenues, Cramer noted.
“And for the next quarter, Broadcom forecast that sales would be up 5 percent sequentially,” he said. “Granted, the expectations were pretty low, but Broadcom blew them out of the water at a time when the operating results for most chipmakers have fallen short.”
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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Broadcom.
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