PRINCETON, N.J., May 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, has published updated outlooks for InvenSense (NYSE: INVN), Sequans Communications (NYSE: SQNS), Cree (Nasdaq: CREE), Extreme Networks (Nasdaq: EXTR), and NetApp (Nasdaq: NTAP).
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his latest reports:
-- InvenSense: In a report covering the top-30 MEMS suppliers that was published in February when InvenSense was trading above $17, McWilliams advised Next Inning readers that the price was "unsustainable." Since then, the price has fallen to $10 and change. Should investors be concerned about STMicroelectronics' lawsuit against InvenSense? What two factors are sources of uncertainty for InvenSense investors? Where does InvenSense fit into the MEMS market, and what do investors need to know about this high-growth technology?
-- Sequans: McWilliams first wrote about Sequans after the close on June 1, 2011. The bottom line then was that Sequans was trading far above a realistic valuation, was grossly misunderstood and, to at least some degree, was over-stating its position. McWilliams revisited the stock on December 15, 2011, when it had fallen 86% to $2.39 and wrote that there was room to speculate on a move higher. In February 2012, with the stock up 44% from where McWilliams advised Next Inning subscribers to consider the stock, McWilliams advised investors to take profits. With the stock now down 37% from there, is it time for investors to look at Sequans again for another profitable trade?
-- Cree: Should Cree investors be concerned about the departure of its CFO to take the same position at Extreme Networks? Does McWilliams agree with a recent analyst comment that Cree is "the First Solar of the LED space"? Is Cree on the right track with its vertically integrated business model?
-- Extreme: Does the hiring of Cree's CEO to take over at Extreme suggest big things ahead for the company? Could Extreme's strategy in hiring a CFO with M&A experience be to better prepare itself for an acquisition offer? Is there reason to believe Extreme's stock has been oversold and is trading below its fair value?
-- NetApp: McWilliams advised Next Inning investors to sell NetApp in January 2011 when the stock was priced at $55.77. He reiterated the call to sell last February when it was still trading above $40. Following its poorly received earnings report this week, has NetApp been oversold by Wall Street? Is McWilliams now expecting a rebound that could take the stock back above $40?
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