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Aehr Test Systems Return vs. S&P
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Aehr Test Systems Company Info
Aehr Test Systems engages in the design, manufacture and marketing of test and burn-in products to the semiconductor manufacturing industry. Its products include wafer contact test systems, test during burn-in systems, test fixtures and die carriers. The company was founded by Rhea J. Posedel on May 25, 1977 and is headquartered in Fremont, CA.
News & Analysis
Why Aehr Test Systems Plunged 48.4% in October
The electric-vehicle chip-testing company plunged on EV market nerves and rising interest rates.
Why Aehr Test Systems Plunged 17% This Week
Aehr's biggest customer posted downbeat guidance. But is the guilt by association justified?
Why Aehr Test Systems, ChargePoint, and Plug Power Shares Plunged Today
It was a terrible day for renewable power stocks, most of which are expensive or unprofitable, and which might need to raise more money.
4 Big Risks for Aehr Test Systems Investors
One of the biggest year-to-date winners faces a tougher road ahead.
Aehr Test Systems Stock Tumbles -- Time to Buy Yet?
The story is great, but the valuation and inherent pitfalls with this particular niche of the chip industry...not so much.
Is Aehr Test Systems Stock a Buy Now?
Investors might be getting too greedy with this soaring small-cap stock.
Aehr Test Systems Stock: 1 Green Flag and 1 Red Flag
The electric vehicle (EV) supply chain company's management talks profitable recurring revenue streams and high customer concentration.
Why Aehr Test Systems Stock Dropped 17% on Friday
Aehr grew quickly in Q1, and will grow quickly in 2024 -- just maybe not quite as quickly as investors had hoped.
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