PRINCETON, N.J. Jan. 27, 2011 http://www.nextinning.com
"I have followed the financial newsletter industry for 28 years, reading hundreds of financial advisors. Without doubt, Paul McWilliams offers among the most in-depth, highest quality and well-reasoned research available in the marketplace. I’ve rarely ever seen an advisor who is as knowledgeable — and accurate — regarding the sectors and stocks that they follow."
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— After being critical of the company for years, what led McWilliams to change his view of Lattice Semi in late 2008? With the recent departure of its CEO, is the Lattice Semi turnaround story over, or does McWilliams see further upside ahead? Does McWilliams expect Wall Street to "rediscover" Lattice Semi in 2011?
— What is unique about the Microchip business model? Have Wall Street analysts fully embraced Microchip’s growth potential? Is Wall Street too conservative in its outlook for Microchip? What is McWilliams’ fair value range for Microchip and how much upside does it represent?
— Why is Wall Street continuing to take a negative view of PMC-Sierra even after the company has topped the earnings consensus in six of the last seven quarters? Is 2011 the year that Wall Street will finally take notice of the potential upside in PMC-Sierra shares? What is behind McWilliams’ positive view of PMC-Sierra’s recent acquisition of Wintegra?
— Has QLogic emerged as an industry leader on two critical fronts? What is the competitive environment facing QLogic and how well is the company positioned to overcome it? Does a valuation analysis suggest QLogic shares are cheap at current prices?
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