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With the market now pulling back, Next Inning’s call earlier this year to thin equity exposure and raise cash is looking prescient. McWilliams backed this call up by trimming positions at two of his holdings that peaked in January and February and using the proceeds to boost the cash allocation in the Next Inning model portfolio. Next Inning free trial subscribers will have access to new buy alerts in the model portfolio as McWilliams identifies profit opportunities in the current market pause.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— What is McWilliams expecting to be revealed at Apple’s upcoming iPad 2 special event this week? Which suppliers are likely to see a boost from the big announcement?
— What factors have put shares of MIPS under pressure recently? Is the slide in the stock warranted or has the move created a bargain opportunity in this promising growth story? What was Next Inning able to learn from meeting with MIPS at this year’s Mobile World Congress? Is MIPS well positioned to grab a significant slice of the mobile computing market?
— Wall Street crushed Hewlett-Packard following the computing giant’s disappointing earnings report last week? What is the big question facing HP right now? Does McWilliams view Oracle and Dell as better opportunities in the world of enterprise ecosystem companies?
— What does last week’s news that Sprint is in talks with LightSquared for a 4G infrastructure deal mean for DragonWave? In a special report, McWilliams carefully breaks down and quantifies the opportunities that Sprint, LightSquared and its current largest customer, Clearwire, are likely to deliver. From this analysis, does McWilliams believe DragonWave’s future depends on Clearwire or that other opportunities could be even larger?
— Investors who jumped into Altera in late 2009 when McWilliams stood staunchly against the bearish views emanating from Wall Street have more than doubled their money. What is McWilliams expecting from Altera’s mid-quarter update this week? Does McWilliams believe that Altera or rival Xilinx offers a better balance of risk and reward at current prices?
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