While trading on Wall Street has been brutal and most investors saw their portfolios lose money Thursday as the DJIA dropped over 350 points, the Next Inning portfolio posted yet another gain. Stop by for a free 21-day test drive and see which stocks we think will be the next winners:
In response to member inquiries, Editor Paul McWilliams wrote: "In June I compared Skyworks to Anadigics, a stock I grew bullish on last spring when it was trading in low double digits. As I noted in this report, Skyworks does in fact compete with Anadigics, but due to the fact that it has significantly broader exposure and is involved in functions that I think will be integrated into 'motherchips,' my view of its prospects were not as favorable as my view of Anadigics. Since we published that post, Anadigics has moved up roughly 25% and Skyworks is trading essentially flat..."
McWilliams also looks at these topics: -- Does McWilliams believe that Anadigics is employing a strategy that will allow it to continue to thrive in the long term? -- What are the potential "big picture" threats facing RF Micro and Skyworks, and do these company have the tools to overcome them? -- Does McWilliams believe that Harmonic's recent post-earnings free fall is warranted, or has the drop opened up an attractive opportunity for investors to get in at a bargain price?
Founded in September 2002, Next Inning's model portfolio has returned 275% since its inception versus 97% for the Nasdaq.
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Next Inning is a subscription financial newsletter focused on technology stocks. Editor Paul McWilliams is a 20+-year industry veteran.
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