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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
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— What are the primary risk factors facing Juniper right now? With the price of Juniper now down over 30% from its 2011 high, and analysts trimming full year estimates, does McWilliams expect Juniper to outperformed these tempered expectations and rally higher from here?
— What is unique about Linear Tech’s strategy? Why is it actually good news for Linear Tech investors when the firm cedes positioning at customers like Apple and Garmin to lower margin rivals entering the market? Where does McWilliams think Linear Tech will pick up new business to offset what it’s walking away from in the consumer markets? Based on McWilliams’ fiscal 2012 earnings forecast, what does he see as a "fair price range" for Linear Tech?
— Is RF Micro now completing a long transitional phase as it shifts business away from struggling Nokia? Are conservative Wall Street estimates for RF Micro overlooking new revenue set to begin ramping up from new customers? What is McWilliams’ fair value range for RF Micro and how much upside does it represent?
— Trading at a notable discount to rival VMware, is Citrix a cheaper way for investors to gain exposure to the booming virtualization trend? What investment does McWilliams think investors should pair with a long position in Citrix?
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