PRINCETON, N.J. Feb. 4, 2011 http://www.nextinning.com
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— What are the dynamics of the semiconductor fabrication equipment sector in which Applied Materials operates? Why do investors need to look more closely at Applied Materials’ balance sheet? What is McWilliams’ fair value range for Applied Materials and how much upside does it represent?
— What is unique about the business models of data center firms like Savvis and Rackspace? Which of these firms has a better balance sheet and is producing more "owner’s earnings?" Does McWilliams think the data center segment is the place to be or are there better ways to play the cloud?
— In reviewing potential acquisition candidates for Oracle, why does McWilliams believe analysts predicting the software giant will buy ARM Holdings are barking up the wrong tree? Why does he think Israeli based Mellanox or even smartphone giant RIM would be more logical targets? What does McWilliams see as the end-game for Oracle and which of its competitors stands to lose the most? What company will that competitor have to acquire just to stay in the game?
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