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May 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (
http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, has updated outlooks for Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), EZchip Semiconductor (Nasdaq: EZCH), Applied Materials (Nasdaq: AMAT), and DragonWave (Nasdaq: DRWI).
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Paul McWilliams has leveraged a decades-long career as a semiconductor industry insider to deliver in-depth insights and winning stock selections for his newsletter subscribers. McWilliams' Next Inning model portfolio has posted huge gains, returning 332% since its inception in 2002, and he has been picking more potential big winners for 2011.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
-- Given the focus Google is placing on developing a relationship with Intel and the announcement this week of the first generation Chromebook PC, should investors start considering the possibility today that Intel is more likely to take market share from ARM Holdings than it is to lose ground? Is the threat of ARM Holdings being used in place of Intel in Apple MacBooks something we should expect in the near term? How does McWilliams see this war between Intel and ARM playing out during the next year and which stock does he see as the better one to buy today? What do tech investors need to know about the impact of Google's new Chromebooks?