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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— Following its spin off and IPO of VMware, EMC has been an aggressive buyer of VMware stock in the open market. How much did EMC spend in 2010 to ensure it maintains its 80%+ ownership position in VMware? Is EMC showing a profit on those purchases? Since EMC owns over 80% of VMware, can investors who want to own a position in VMware accomplish that by owning shares in EMC? How does McWilliams deconstruct this complex value model to arrive at a conclusion to this question? What does McWilliams think about widening the exposure to virtualization by adding Citrix to the mix?
— What does McWilliams think TI has in mind in the longer term for its new 300mm RFab initiative, the first 300mm fabrication line in the world dedicated to analog semiconductors? What leads McWilliams to term TI as a good strategic investment and what does he view as being a fair price for the company’s stock?
— While Tellabs has increased its profit margins very much in line with McWilliams’ predictions, it appears there are some issues that may cause the company to stumble during the first half of 2011. What are these issues and what does McWilliams see as good potential upside drivers for the second half? What is his estimated fair value target for the stock?
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