• Making Money with Ultra-High Definition

    By Frédéric Lambert - August 14, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, SSNLF, SNE, TSLA

    Over a decade ago, the high definition television (HDTV) with a 720p resolution revolutionized the TV industry and stimulated TV sales considerably. HDTV is regarded as the biggest thing that happened to TV technology since color. When it started, it was about 3 times more precise than standard definition (SD) and since then, HDTV evolved into a 1080p resolution which is about 6 times more precise than SD.

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  • Looking Beyond Friday's Employment Figures

    By Declan Fallon - July 5, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, ASBC, ADP, PAYX

    The new quarter rolls in and buyers were quick to grab some early holiday bargains. The Bernanke-induced sell-off has almost worked its way out of the market, although the May high will be a more substantial barrier to break. With the horse now bolted on the eventual tightening of the money flow, Friday's employment data has a fine line to walk: if the data is too good, then Fed more »

  • Are These Wednesday Post-Earnings Movers a Buy?

    By Brian Nichols - June 7, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, BOBE, CYBX

    The medical device company Cyberonics (NASDAQ: CYBX) traded higher by 5.24% this past Wednesday after slightly beating Q1 expectations, recording revenue growth of 19% year-over-year. In addition, the company increased its guidance, which was significantly greater than Street estimates.

    Cyberonics markets and develops the Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) Therapy system for refractory epilepsy and treatment-resistant depression. The company has seen substantial growth for the last five years, but many more »

  • Are You Ready To Invest in Tenbaggers ?

    By Victor Selva - June 5, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, ARMH, TSLA

    In order to invest in what Peter Lynch calls "Tenbaggers" (stocks that increases 10 times from your initial purchase) you should look at companies that have superior earnings power. In other words, if you want to generate triple digits and grow your portfolio in a meaningful way, you should look at companies with incredible products, entrepreneurial management teams and potential new product releases. In this article I will cover three more »

  • Are These Top Post-IPO Performers Still a Buy?

    By Brian Nichols - May 21, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, CHUY, SSTK, SCTY, TSRO

    Investors are no stranger to large IPO pops, but in the last year we have seen incredible post-IPO runs, indicating that these companies were priced too cheap. Thus I am looking at the top five to determine if more upside exists.

    #5 Ambarella (NASDAQ: AMBA)

    Since its IPO on Oct. 10, 2012, the technology company Ambarella has rallied 154.6%. Currently the stock is trending higher and is just $0 more »

  • You Should Look at These 3 Growth Plays

    By Victor Selva - May 19, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, ARMH, TSLA

    In this report we are featuring three tech stocks that we like. The three companies show interesting competitive advantages that will enable them to achieve long term success in promising and growing markets.

    A short squeeze distorted market valuation of a good long-term investment

    Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) is an electric vehicles and components manufacturer that has been performing very well in the past year, and extremely well in the more »

  • An IPO on Course for a Price Treble

    By Declan Fallon - April 15, 2013 | Tickers: AMBA, INTC, TXN

    A year has yet to pass, but for some stocks enough time has passed to double their share price, and continue to set up for a three bagger. Ambarella (NASDAQ: AMBA) made its debut on the markets in October 2012 in what was a disappointing start for the stock; the $9-11 expectations turned into a $6 stock. But since November, investors have taken notice, bidding the stock into the teens more »

  • IPO’s See Good Results

    By Arveal L Turner - October 16, 2012 | Tickers: AMBA, ANFI, FANG, ICPT, KYTH, LNCO, RLGY, SSTK

    Much time has passed since the hey day of the IPO, when they generated tens of millions of dollars almost no matter what the company was. These days dollars are more closely invested in IPO’s and the value of the offered product or service has to show some significant potential worth. Gone are the days when investors would blindly throw money at an IPO. Sometimes they still miss the more »