-- Analysts expect InvenSense to post revenue of $230 million in fiscal 2013, ten times its revenue just four years earlier, in 2009. Is this "overnight success" story still a compelling opportunity for investors looking to play the huge growth in next-generation consumer electronics? What does the rest of the MEMS market look like, and who are the biggest players? Does McWilliams' earnings and valuation analysis suggest that InvenSense is poised for further gains?-- McWilliams was amazed last spring when Wall Street pushed the price of NXP into the mid-$30s based mostly on its first mover status with Near Field Communications (NFC) chips, and he advised investors to avoid the stock at those levels, suggesting instead that investors consider the stock when it dropped into the teens in fall 2011. Following NXP's most recent earnings report, does McWilliams expect further gains for the stock, or is it time to take profits?
NI Technology Research Updates Outlooks For InvenSense, NXP Semiconductors, MIPS Technologies, Acacia Research, And OmniVision Technologies
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