Next Inning Technology Research,
an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology
stocks, announced it has updated outlooks for Intel,
STMicroelectronics, Motorola, Taiwan
Semiconductor Manufacturing and Micron.
Editor Paul McWilliams has displayed uncanny accuracy in
identifying winners and losers during this challenging and historic
period for the markets. He not only called the relief rally that
started in November 2008 and nailed the March 2009 bottom to the day, he
also precisely predicted the timing and the catalysts that would fuel
what was one of the most significant recovery rallies in NASDAQ history.
More recently, McWilliams has narrowed his focus on the
catalysts that will generate profits in 2010. These valuable insights
are laid out in a series of in-depth special reports, available for free
to trial subscribers alongside Next Inning’s regular daily coverage of
These reports include "10 Tech Trends for 2010," in which
McWilliams lays out his predictions for 2010 covering important stories
from cloud computing to virtualization to data centers and solid state
drives, and McWilliams’ highly acclaimed State of Tech reports that
offer in-depth sector by sector coverage of over 65 leading tech
companies and McWilliams’ specific guidance on which stocks he thinks
investors should own and which should be avoided. Free trial
subscribers will also have access to McWilliams’ new strategy review
that will be published later today. In this report he updates his
review of the tech landscape and identifies specific trends and
opportunities investors can leverage for profit in 2010. To take
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— Do forecasts from the major players in the PC sector,
including the world’s largest manufacturers of motherboards, keyboards
and monitors indicate that Intel is likely to once again exceed
expectations in Q1? What hard data does McWilliams say he’ll have
available in just a couple of weeks to confirm these reports?
— Are both Micron and STMicro poised to benefit from Micron’s
proposed plan to buy Numonyx, which is part owned by STMicro and Intel?
What does Micron want from this deal that is not readily evident and
what clues does it offer to the company’s strategy? How does the deal
change the equation for STMicro and potentially boost the value of the
— Should investors be enthusiastic about Motorola’s plan to
split into two companies? Will the two new companies be bigger and more
profitable than the single Motorola today?
— With a flood of business heading towards semiconductor
fabricators, is 2010 poised to be a great year for TSMC? What are the
competitive threats facing TSMC What other companies are likely to see
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returned 229% since its inception versus 19% for the S&P 500.