State of Tech: A Guide to the Q2 2013 Earnings Season that Boldly Predicts the Winners and Losers, Covering Broadcom, Marvell, and Many More
PRINCETON, N.J., July 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Broadcom (Nasdaq: BRCM), Marvell Technology Group (Nasdaq: MRVL), TriQuint Semiconductor (Nasdaq: TQNT), QLogic (Nasdaq: QLGC), and KLA-Tencor (Nasdaq: KLAC).
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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:
– Broadcom: During the last several years McWilliams advised Next Inning readers to view Broadcom as a trading stock only. During this period of time, he called every major inflection point for Broadcom with uncanny accuracy. However, as he carefully explains in his recently released State of Tech report, a number of things have changed in the Broadcom story for the better. What does McWilliams believe has changed for Broadcom and how does he think these changes will impact the price potential for Broadcom’s stock this year? Could shares hit $40 before the year is out?
– Marvell: Is Marvell seeing positive trends develop for its products in storage, networking, and several other markets that are relatively new for the company? There is one wildcard market in the Marvell deck that continues to worry Wall Street and keep Marvell’s price under pressure. What has McWilliams discovered at China Mobile that might change Wall Street’s attitude? Does McWilliams think Marvell is poised to outperform in this market and, if it does, what does he view as a reasonable price target for Marvell’s stock during the second half of 2013? Should investors be concerned about the threat posed by Carnegie Mellon University’s lawsuit against Marvell?
– TriQuint: After facing major challenges in 2012, is TriQuint poised for upside in 2013? Will TriQuint’s positioning as an Apple supplier be a positive for the stock in 2013? How well is TriQuint positioned with Samsung? What is McWilliams’ top-down thesis for the RF semiconductor sector this year? You will find full coverage of all the major players in the RF semiconductor sector in McWilliams highly acclaimed State of Tech report.
– QLogic: What trends in high speed adapters does McWilliams believe will impact QLogic going forward? Does McWilliams think QLogic’s recently announced PCIe strategy will prove to be a winner? What factors may have driven the recent, abrupt CEO change at QLogic? What is McWilliams’ full value price for QLGC and how much upside does it represent?
– KLA-Tencor: What differentiates KLA-Tencor from other major players in the sector like Applied Materials and Lam Research? Are there signs indicating demand for KLA-Tencor products and services will improve as we move through 2013? Does McWilliams see this as a secular change that will last or just as a short-term upside? What are the drivers behind this change in the demand environment?
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