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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— What is behind the recent price action in MIPS? Why can the recent weakness in the tech sector be viewed in two different ways?
— Why does Cree continue to struggle when virtually everyone agrees that demand for LED lighting is growing and will continue to grow? Is Cree positioned to overcome the competition that is flooding the sector? Is Wall Street applying an excessive risk factor to Cree shares?
— What does McWilliams think about the secondary offering being made by Towerstream? Is it a good deal for investors? How will Towerstream use the money? Why does it make sense for Towerstream to buy competing broadband businesses that couldn’t make it on their own? What three revenue streams does Towerstream think it will be able to leverage from its new WiFi offload strategy for smartphones and tablets? Does McWilliams think it makes sense to add shares of Towerstream here?
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