Next Inning Technology Research, an
online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology
stocks, announced it has updated outlooks for Adobe,
Apple, Amtech Systems, Hutchinson
Technology and Volterra Semiconductor.
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.
After logging a very successful 2009, McWilliams is now
intently focused on the catalysts that will generate profits in 2010.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— Why might the lack of Flash support in the Apple iPad be
more tied to the strategic interests of both Adobe and Apple than the
technical challenges of getting it working? Why is Adobe advertising
the use of some of its other products using the iPad as a platform? Why
does McWilliams think it took Adobe so long to develop a Flash player
that will work well with ARM-core processors like those used in
smartbooks and the iPad? What new Adobe technologies does he think the
market is overlooking while it worries about the future of its Flash
video product? Is Adobe undervalued at current prices?
— Amtech was trading for only $2.48 when McWilliams suggested
buying the stock in late 2008. He reiterated his buy call in 2009
after the stock doubled to $5, but when the stock shot up above $10 in
December he said it was time to take profits. Does he think it’s time
to take a second ride with Amtech now that the stock has dropped back to
single-digits? What drivers does he see for Amtech going forward and
when does he say they will kick in?
— Does McWilliams think Hutchinson Technology is trading
below its fair value? When does he think the stock has the potential to
rally and what does he think will be the catalyst
— Has all the good news been priced into shares of Volterra
after the stock’s recent moves higher??
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