Time to Take Profits in MEMC? Leading Tech Analyst Updates Outlooks for MEMC
Electronic Materials, EMC, PMC-Sierra, Integrated Device Technology and
PRINCETON, N.J., May 31, 2013
PRINCETON, N.J., May 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Next Inning Technology Research
(http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on
technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for MEMC Electronic Materials
(NYSE: WFR), EMC (NYSE: EMC), PMC-Sierra (Nasdaq: PMCS), Integrated Device
Technology (Nasdaq: IDTI) and Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM).
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through the first quarter of 2013. On the day the November rally started, he
advised readers it would lift the NASDAQ by as much at 18% by the end of March
2013. As we know now, that is exactly what happened.
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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:
-- MEMC: A little over a year ago, McWilliams wrote that there was room for
speculation with the stock trading at $3.75. With shares now up by nearly
120%, is it time for investors to take profits in MEMC, or is there room for
more upside? How has MEMC shifted not only its strategic focus, but its core
business model?What does McWilliams think this shift will deliver over
time?What options strategy might MEMC investors use to lower the risk of
continuing to hold MEMC, yet target an exit price above $11 per share?Learn
how to leverage a simple trick the pros use every day to lower risks and
-- EMC: McWilliams has long suggested that EMC is a strong candidate to pay a
regular dividend and that its lack of a dividend had led it to underperform
other tech blue chips during 2013. McWilliams pulled no punches in his highly
acclaimed Q1 State of Tech report where he wrote that EMC's stock price would
immediately move up if the company instituted a regular dividend policy. Where
does McWilliams see the price of EMC going as we move through the year and at
what price does he think the stock will reach its full valuation?
-- PMC-Sierra and IDT: McWilliams was critical of IDT's move into the
enterprise SSD business. As he noted in his last State of Tech report, while
the strategy leverages IDT's strength in PCIe switch technology, it simply
lack synergy, and as such is a distraction for the core business model.Does
McWilliams see IDT's move to sell this business as a notable positive
development for the company? With the price of IDT now up more than 42% from
McWilliams suggested entry price last year and trading within his target
range, is it time for investors to lock down profits or does McWilliams think
there is more upside in store?Should PMC-Sierra investors be excited about
this acquisition?What's different in the PMC-Sierra equation and what price
objective does McWilliams think is reasonable for investors to target?
-- Qualcomm: Apple has exerted strong pressure on the margins of suppliers
like Cirrus Logic and RF Micro. Is Qualcomm also likely to be impacted by
Apple's pricing pressure?
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