PRINCETON, N.J. Feb. 10, 2011 http://www.nextinning.com
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— What has caused the lift in DragonWave’s share price over the last week? What do DragonWave investors need to know about DragonWave’s relationship with Clearwire? Is DragonWave’s success tied to Clearwire, or does DragonWave have a clear path to growth independent of what happens to Clearwire?
— While Harmonic trounced Wall Street estimates, its revenue, earnings and the sector demand profiles that drove the results were aligned perfectly with the opinions McWilliams outlined in his earnings preview. Even more important for investors is the fact that the price of Harmonic jumped following the news into the estimated fair value range that McWilliams provided when the stock was still trading in the $7s. What is McWilliams’ take on Harmonic following its unexpectedly strong report? Does he see an opportunity for further gains?
— McWilliams was very negative on Spansion ahead of its bankruptcy. Now that the firm has re-emerged from bankruptcy with a new ticker symbol and under new management, is he more positive on the company’s prospects? What trend has caused the stock’s recent strength? Is that trend sustainable?
— Does McWilliams view Kopin as a strong growth candidate? Does analysis of Kopin’s balance sheet suggest any downside is limited for the stock?
— Does McWilliams expect that Power One’s expanding presence in solar markets will more than offset increasing competition from Asian rivals? Why might Power One be facing increasing structural challenges in its core markets? Is Power One well positioned to overcome these challenges?
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