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NI Technology Updates Outlooks for Intel, Finisar, Texas Instruments, DragonWave, and Micron

PRINCETON, N.J. March 8, 2011

Paul McWilliams

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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In addition to a new strategy review, trial subscribers will also have access to McWilliams’ exclusive solid state drive (SSD) report covering OCZ, SMART, STEC, and other names in this hot sector, as well as an optical networking report covering JDS Uniphase, Finisar, and other competitors in this booming segment.  Trial subscribers also gain access to the highly acclaimed State of Tech series, offering in-depth, sector-by-sector coverage of over 65 leading tech companies and specific guidance on which stocks he thinks investors should own and which should be avoided.  

To take advantage of this offer and receive these reports for free, please visit the following link:

McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:

— Does McWilliams expect Intel to earn notable profits in the solid state drive (SSD) thanks to its NAND Flash partnership with Micron?  Is Intel merely being opportunistic in the SSD market, or does the firm see SSDs as a core growth opportunity?

— Is McWilliams expecting Finisar to outperform analysts’ fiscal 2012 earnings estimates?  What is McWilliams’ bullish thesis for Finisar, and does he expect the stock to be a long-term winner for investors today?

— What is McWilliams expecting from Texas Instruments’ mid-quarter update this week?  Based on an earnings and balance sheet analysis, is Texas Instruments undervalued right now?

Dan Hesse

— Does recent worldwide semiconductor sales data bode well for DRAM supplier Micron?  Are supply and demand trends in the DRAM sector moving in a favorable direction?

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About Next Inning:

Paul McWilliams

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Marcia Martin

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