Texas Instruments Texas Instruments makes chips for a wide array of electronic devices, including the iPhone, iPad and other mobile electronics. Shares have gained 14.68% year-to-date. J.P. Morgan believes the chipmaker offers more upside than Intel or even Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD), as it has more leverage, which could lead to upside from the consensus estimates. J.P. Morgan rates Texas Instruments shares "overweight" with a $39 price target. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Texas Instruments to report $3.06 billion in revenue and 29 cents per share for the first-quarter. The company, however, recently cut first-quarter guidance, saying it still sees a reduction in demand for its wireless products. Texas Instruments' first-quarter outlook is now 15 cents to 19 cents per share on a revenue range of $2.99 billion to $3.11 billion. The Dallas-based firm had previously projected earnings of 16 cents to 24 cents per share on a revenue range of $3.02 billion to $3.28 billion. TheStreet Ratingsrates Texas Instruments "buy" with a B+ grade and a price target of $38.61.