PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, has published updated outlooks for DragonWave (Nasdaq: DRWI), EZchip (Nasdaq: EZCH), Finisar (Nasdaq: FNSR), Flextronics (Nasdaq: FLEX), and Jabil Circuit (NYSE: JBL).
Editor Paul McWilliams has displayed uncanny accuracy in identifying winners and losers during this challenging and historic period for the markets. McWilliams called the rally that started in March 2009 and provided Next Inning readers with buy recommendations that in some cases returned in excess of 400%. His recommendations for 2010 have played out impressively as well. Year to date, the Next Inning model portfolio has gained 39% versus 11% for the S&P 500.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent report outlining his top ten contenders and his special State of Tech report covering the EMS sector:
-- In 2010, McWilliams' selection for top stock of the year, EZchip, more than doubled. Ironically, EZchip was the worst performer of the finalists McWilliams selected for the contest, with MIPS taking the top spot among the group by returning roughly 300%. What are McWilliams' top two picks for 2011 and what are his additional eight finalists for the year?
-- After winning McWilliams the stock picking contests in 2010, is EZchip again on his list for potential top stocks in 2011? Based on McWilliams' models, forecasts and analysis, could EZchip trade above $60 a year from now?
-- What is the key story behind DragonWave's potential growth in 2011? Is DragonWave a world leader in microwave backhaul technology, a position that would allow to take advantage of the exploding demand for mobile bandwidth?
-- What has Wall Street finally recognized about the Finisar story? Why might Finisar be better positioned than its networking rivals to serve the complex needs of telecom companies?
-- In McWilliams' special State of Tech report covering the EMS sector, he provides detailed coverage and commentary for the sector as a whole as well as for five of the largest companies. The EMS sector has clearly underperformed the Nasdaq in 2010. Does McWilliams look for a repeat performance in 2011 or does he think the trend will reverse? Which of these companies does he see as the best strategic investment? Did any of the companies from the EMS sector make McWilliams top-ten list?
-- What over-arching, tech sector paradigm includes Flextronics as a central player? Does Flextronics have the best combination of low cost, flexibility, scope, and scale, that will allow it grow earnings faster than revenue?
-- With Marvell currently unloved by Wall Street, do investors have an opportunity to consider this stock at a bargain price? How is Wall Street misreading both trends in the hard-disk drive sector and Marvell's strong positioning with Research in Motion?
-- McWilliams advised Next Inning readers that UBS was wrong to downgrade Jabil in August and stated clearly the stock was trading at an unreasonably low price. Following this, Jabil reported in line with McWilliams' predictions and the price of the stock has soared by more than 70%. What does McWilliams predict for Jabil going forward and what does he think is a fair valuation for the stock?
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Next Inning is a subscription-based investment newsletter that provides regular coverage on more than 150 technology and semiconductor stocks. Subscribers receive intra-day analysis, commentary and recommendations, as well as access to monthly semiconductor sales analysis, regular Special Reports, and the Next Inning model portfolio. Editor Paul McWilliams is a 30+ year semiconductor industry veteran.
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