PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Oclaro (Nasdaq: OCLR), Teradyne (NYSE: TER), Sanmina (Nasdaq: SANM), Lattice Semiconductor (Nasdaq: LSCC), and Towerstream (Nasdaq: TWER).
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Topics discussed in McWilliams' recent reports include:
-- Oclaro: Following McWilliams' call to sell Oclaro last year when it was trading for $1.85 we saw the stock fall to a low of $0.88. However, the price recovered sharply following the announcement that Oclaro would sell yet another of its product lines to II-VI. This appears to at least soothe worries about an imploding balance sheet. However, it doesn't mean Oclaro will suddenly become a cash flow positive business. What does McWilliams think about Oclaro's plans for the proceeds from the recent deal? Is this a turnaround story worthy of consideration, more a wide-eyed gamble, or do we really have enough information at this juncture to tell?
-- Teradyne: In October 2012, McWilliams advised Next Inning readers to wait for the stock to trade below $14 before buying and to set a sell target of $16 to $18. The stock dipped into McWilliams' buy range two days later and traded up into McWilliams price target range before the year was out. In his year-end State of Tech report, McWilliams advised readers that earnings estimates for Teradyne were too high and outlined a conservative options strategy that would allow investors leverage additional upside potential while lowering cash exposure to the investment by nearly 20%. What options strategy has allowed Teradyne investors to lock in profits and what is McWilliams suggesting Teradyne investors do ahead of the company's upcoming earnings report?
-- Sanmina: In his Q3 2012 State of Tech report, McWilliams outlined a compelling bullish thesis for Sanmina, but warned readers the price would likely dip before moving higher. Following that, the price of Sanmina fell 11% to a low of $7.58, but quickly rebounded to close the year at $11.07, where McWilliams reiterated his bullish outlook. What was Wall Street overlooking in the Sanmina equation? With the price now up roughly 123% from the Q4 2012 low, is the bullish view McWilliams outlined fully priced into the stock or does he see more upside potential during the next six to 12 months? Could shares hit the $20 mark? What is McWilliams' exit strategy?
-- Lattice: What major mistakes did Lattice make in 2012? Are there concerns that Lattice has lost positioning in the telecom market? Does McWilliams believe the stock could move higher by 20% from current levels?
-- Towerstream: Might Towerstream be positioning itself to sell off HetNet, its new wifi offload business? What should Towerstream investors be looking to learn from the company's next earnings report?
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