Semiconductor company Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:SWKS) announced third quarter fiscal 2015 earnings on Thursday, July 23, after market close. The company exceeded analyst expectations in Q3 revenue and profit by “capitalizing on powerful secular growth trends” as the world “becomes more interconnected […] including the rising adoption of streaming media services, the proliferation of connectivity in emerging markets, and the Internet of Things—all of which are driving growth well in excess of the broader semiconductor market,” Skyworks CEO David Aldrich stated. Wall Street analysts have been weighing in on Skyworks leading up to and following the company’s earnings. Here are the top 10 analysts who cover Skyworks:

1. J Steven Smigie of Raymond James last rated Skyworks on May 1, reiterating a Strong Buy on the stock and setting a $110 price target. Smigie noted that “Skyworks has had some great design wins this quarter including their SkyOne Ultra platform in the Galaxy S6 as well as the SkyOne Mini in various Chinese handset OEMs.”  Smigie added that he thinks 2015 “will be another strong year for Skyworks as smartphone designs continue to increase in complexity and as LTE grows in countries such as China.”

J Steven Smigie has rated Skyworks a total of four times since 2013, earning a 75% success rate recommending the stock and a +97.8% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

2. Gary Hsueh of Oppenheimer last rated Skyworks on April 30, reiterating a Buy rating and setting a $100 price target.

Gary Hsueh has rated Skyworks a total of 13 times since 2009, earning an 100% success rate recommending the stock and an +86.3% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

3. Cody Acree of Ascendiant last rated Skyworks on July 24, reiterating a Buy rating and boosting his price target from $114 to $120. Acree noted that “[w]hile the market obsessed over the possibility of a Chinese led handset slowdown and negative tech earnings are beginning to be the norm, SWKS once again turned in another solid beat and raise, driven by revenue upside, product & market diversity, and even more attractive margins.” Acree added that “[t]he company not only delivered gross margins that were a full point above its guidance but established a ‘new baseline of profitability,’ forecasting gross margin of 50% and operating margin in excess of 38% in the September quarter.”

Cody Acree has rated Skyworks a total of eight times since 2009, earning a 75% success rate recommending the stock and a +74.1% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

4. Tom Sepenzis of Northland Securities last rated Skyworks on June 11, reiterating an Outperform rating and boosting his price target from $105 to $115. Explaining his positive outlook on the stock, Sepenzis’s stated that “[c]ontent gains, new products and new markets show little sign of slowing down for SWKS as LTE, 5 GHz WiFi and broad market opportunities continue to expand.” He remains bullish on the stock “despite the already spectacular appreciation of the past year.”

Tom Sepenzis has rated Skyworks a total of seven times since 2013, earning a 71% success rate recommending the stock and a +73.0% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

5. Mike Burton of Brean Capital last rated Skyworks on July 24, reiterating a Buy rating and raising his price target from $110 to $120. Following the release of Skyworks Q3 earnings, Burton noted, “We believe that the strength of the results and guidance is being driven by the increasing dollar content SWKS is seeing across its customer base. SWKS has consistently delivered above-industry growth in revenues at industry-leading operating margins.”

Mike Burton has rated Skyworks a total of 11 times since 2009, earning an 82% success rate recommending the stock and a +72.0% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

6. Rick Schafer of Oppenheimer last rated Skyworks on July 22, the day prior to the release of the company’s Q3 earnings, reiterating an Outperform rating with a price target of $110. Schafer credited “[b]etter than seasonal iPh6 and China 4G smartphone demand support upside to consensus sales/EPS ests of $802M/$1.29,” as a reason for his bullish rating. Schafer also predicted at the time that Skyworks would outperform consensus expectations.

Rick Schafer has rated Skyworks a total of 10 times since 2012, earning a 90% success rate recommending the stock and a +70.1% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

7. Michael Walkley of Canaccord Genuity last rated Skyworks on July 24, reiterating a Buy rating and raising the price target from $130 to $132. Walkley noted that “[d]espite some weak trends in June quarter global smartphone sales, [he] believe[s] Skyworks’ strong results and guidance were driven by RF content share in the iPhone 6 and Samsung’s Galaxy S6 smartphones combined with [his] belief for additional content share gains in the new iPhone 6S smartphones.” He also credited his bullish rating on the growing sales of “high dollar content integrated solutions” to Chines smartphone OEMs.

Michael Walkley has rated Skyworks a total of 19 times since 2009, earning a 79% success rate recommending the stock and a +64.8% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

8. Vivek Arya of Merrill Lynch last rated Skyworks on June 19, maintaining a Buy rating and raising his price target from $115 to $125. Arya credited the doubling of dividends by Skyworks as a factor in his bullish rating. He also noted the company’s strong free cash flows and clean balance sheet as factors that could create a potential for “accretive and diversifying M&A.”

Vivek Arya has rated Skyworks a total of seven times since 2009, earning a 71% success rate recommending the stock and a +60.7% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

9. Craig Ellis of B. Riley last rated Skyworks on May 1, reiterating a Buy rating and raising his price target from $117 to $120. Commenting ahead of the Q3 earnings, Riley stated that “[d]espite what [he] believe[s] will be a material increase to Street estimates, [he] think[s] fundamentals will continue to go under-estimated.” He specified that “new integrated products such as diversity receive modules [are] poised to compliment the now-ramping SkyOne Ultra, Panasonic JV ops integration and optimization” and further the company’s success.

Craig Ellis has rated Skyworks a total of four times since 2013, earning a 67% success rate recommending the stock and a +57.5% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

10. Ian Ing of MKM Partners last rated Skyworks on July 24, reiterating a Buy rating with a price target of $130.

Ian Ing has rated Skyworks a total of seven times since 2011, earning a 71% success rate recommending the stock and a +48.6% average return per recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

Out of 11 analysts polled by TipRanks, 10 analysts are Bullish on Skyworks Solutions and 1 is neutral. The average 12-month price target for Skyworks is $118.82, marking a 34.90% potential upside from where the stock is currently trading. On average, the all-analyst consensus for Twitter is Strong Buy.