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— Does McWilliams recommend that investors looking to gain access to the virtualization trend consider Citrix? Does McWilliams believe that Citrix is performing better than Wall Street’s expectations? Based on an in depth valuation analysis, is Citrix cheaper than virtualization rival VMware? Is Citrix trading at a bargain price?
— What are the two challenges Qualcomm has faced over the last year? Has Qualcomm overcome these challenges, setting the stage for a turnaround 2011 that could reward investors handsomely? Does McWilliams expect Qualcomm will guide above seasonal expectations? What is his mid-year price target?
— Is Cypress falling behind the competition in key markets like touch screens? Is Cypress now overpriced based on a valuation analysis?
— Does McWilliams have a more favorable view of Avnet or its rival Arrow, or does he recommend that investors gain exposure to the segment by splitting an investment in both firms? What are the key drivers impacting the distribution segment and how will they impact Avnet?
— What are McWilliams’ expectations for earnings and revenue for Applied Micro’s current fiscal year? Is McWilliams outlook more optimistic that Wall Street’s expectations for the firm? Is the stage set for Applied Micro to outperform expectations and reward investors to the upside?
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