PRINCETON, N.J. Jan. 20, 2011 http://www.nextinning.com
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— A quarter ago, McWilliams wrote that Wall Street had failed to recognize the significant improvement Fairchild had made to its balance sheet during the prior four quarters and that Fairchild stock was notably undervalued. Since then, Fairchild stock has gone up by 63%. Does McWilliams expect Fairchild to post further upside from here? What is the primary risk facing Fairchild right now?
— In early 2009, McWilliams pounded the table for Maxim pointing repeatedly to a strong dividend that at the time represented a yield of better than 6%. With the price of Maxim now nearly double what it was then, what does he see as the primary risk factors going forward? Does he expect Maxim to continue its record of outperforming analysts’ expectations during the coming fiscal year? What does McWilliams view as a fair value price for Maxim?
— Will a rising tide in demand for RF semiconductors benefit Skyworks and its peers in the segment? Is Wall Street’s earnings outlook for Skyworks’ current fiscal year too low? Would McWilliams be adding shares of Skyworks ahead of its upcoming earnings report or should investors be looking to rivals Anadigics, RF Micro Devices and TriQuint instead?
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