Oracle (ORCL) gets a $39 price target, a 31% premium to its current share price. The company is a leading supplier of enterprise database management systems and business applications. It took a giant step forward into hardware with the 2010 acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Oracle's shares are down 7.5% this year, but the company has a three-year average annual return of 22%. Its shares have a market value of $150 billion.
Qualcomm (QCOM) earns a $65 price target, or a 19% premium, from Goldman analysts. They're currently trading at $53.76. The company develops and licenses wireless technology and manufactures semiconductors for mobile phones and has several key patents in the area. Its shares are up 6.5% this year and have an average annual return of 18% over three years.
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