PRINCETON, N.J., Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Fusion-IO (NYSE: FIO), OCZ Technology Group (Nasdaq: OCZ), Ciena (Nasdaq: CIEN) and Oclaro (Nasdaq: OCLR).
In an interview with financial writer Steve Halpern last month, Next Inning editor, Paul McWilliams revealed two stocks he thinks will be big winners, and what will drive them during the coming year. One of these stocks moved up 15% last week. In a detailed follow up report, McWilliams writes that he thinks it could move another 50% higher during the coming year. You can find a link to this interview and learn the names of both stocks at the following link:
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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:
-- Fusion-IO and OCZ: Following the news that Western Digital will acquire Virident, investors are speculating that Western Digital's rival Seagate will follow suit with an acquisition of its own. Are Fusion-IO and OCZ now likely acquisition targets? When Fusion-IO was hyped by Wall Street in the fall of 2011, McWilliams pulled no punches in advising Next Inning readers it was time to sell when the stock was peaking in the $40s, and other than a couple successful swing trades, has consistently maintained a negative view of the stock ever since. Since his original call to sell Fusion-IO, the price of its stock has dropped more than 60%. Is now the time to buy?
-- Ciena: Investors and analysts covering the tech sector have a lot to gain from reading McWilliams' detailed analysis of Ciena's recently reported earnings. With Ciena shares up 55% in 2013, is the stock now over-bought? Should Ciena investors be looking for a spot to take profits? Would Finisar be a better way to cover the fiber optics sector today?
-- Oclaro: McWilliams suggested selling Oclaro in late 2012 at its then price of $1.85 and has maintained a very negative view of the company ever since. Why has the price of Oclaro fallen over 50% since then while the prices of other fiber optics companies are soaring this year? Is Oclaro now oversold and a stock to consider buying or should investors continue to steer clear?
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