In his extensive August 22nd Strategy Review, Next Inning Editor Paul McWilliams not only predicted the decline we've endured during the last three weeks, he also described the catalysts. On September 17th while stocks were busy setting new lows, he encouraged readers to accumulate shares and predicted prices would rebound on 9/18. To learn which tech stocks McWilliams thinks investors should consider buying now and to receive a free copy of our exclusive quarterly State of Tech series that will be published during the next three weeks, please accept our invitation to enjoy a complimentary 21-day Next Inning test drive by visiting the following link.
In his State of Tech report covering Intel, McWilliams wrote: "In our last two Intel State of Tech reports, I wrote about the controversies that I expected to take center stage in the microprocessor space this year... While we can't definitively pick the winners at this point, Wall Street appears to be content in betting there will only be losers..."
McWilliams also looks at these topics: -- Is Wall Street too focused on short-term risks facing Intel? Is Intel well positioned as the computing landscape changes? -- Can AMD get back into a competitive position with Intel? -- Is Nvidia poised to see opportunities in the server and mobile internet device markets? -- Why might Qualcomm have the most to gain from emerging mobile internet device markets?
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