PRINCETON, N.J. Jan. 18, 2011 http://www.nextinning.com
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
- Should investors be considering Wave Systems as a potential winner in the IT security space? What data do investors need to know before they can make a full assessment of Wave Systems’ potential value? Might Wave Systems’ technology be trumped by that of bigger players?
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- Does McWilliams still view Linear Tech as a good strategic investment? What is Wall Street overlooking with its concern that Linear Tech is being pushed out of high volume consumer applications? What is McWilliams outlook for Linear Tech this year and what does he calculate to be its fair value price? What does he see as potential upsides to this view?
- What is McWilliams expecting from Cree’s upcoming earnings report? What do many Wall Street analysts fail to understand about the LED market, and why might this suggest that Cree is faring even better than expected? Why might falling LED prices actually be very good news for Cree?
- Does the disappointing guidance from SemiLEDs suggest potential weakness for Cree or has the recent pullback in Cree shares produced a buying opportunity? Should investors consider SemiLEDs now that it’s fallen so far from its post-IPO highs or are there reasons why investors should steer clear?
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