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  • Earnings Not to Miss This Week

    By Damon Churchwell - July 17, 2013 | Tickers: APH, ALV, COL, SWY

    Perusing the scheduled earnings releases for July 18 and July 19, I found some companies from sectors I believe will fare well during the second half of 2013. The results should serve as guidance as to whether my belief is correct. Here's a rundown of what to expect, including the earnings estimate and what supports each firm's numbers.

    Commercial aerospace a boon to profits

    Reporting on July 19 more »

  • Should You Buy These 2 Tech Stocks?

    By David Gould - July 2, 2013 | Tickers: APH, GLW, TEL

    If you are bullish on technology, Corning (NYSE: GLW) and TE Connectivity (NYSE: TEL) are two stocks to consider buying. They have witnessed a rally but are largely in "turnaround mode." Both companies were previously the subject of investor anxiety due to poor macro trends, but have their growth stories since changed? Below, I consider the momentum and growth opportunities of the two companies.

    Watch this Gorilla 

    Corning is one more »

  • This Undervalued Tech Play Is Running on All Cylinders

    By Mark Lin - June 26, 2013 | Tickers: APH, ST, TEL

    Sensata Technology (NYSE: ST)is a manufacturer of highly customized sensors and controls that are sold to customers in the industrial, aerospace, automotive, military, commercial and residential end markets. It is a market leader for the right reasons and is likely to remain in the driving seat with its products riding on long-term trends.

    Leading the pack

    It is the market leader for more than 80% of its products and more »

  • Corning's Long-Term Positive Outlook Is Intact

    By Nihar Patel - March 6, 2013 | Tickers: APH, GLW, TEL

    Everything is about wireless gadgetry now. Smart phones and tablets are taking over the entire world, and that makes companies tied to it red hot. At least, that was the case. There might be a lot of people upset over Apple's decline, but the universe expands beyond one company. Despite the hype not all stocks benefited, even during the good days. Corning (NYSE: GLW) has not moved as much more »

  • The Road to Short-Circuiting Your Portfolio?

    By Chris Hodge - March 5, 2013 | Tickers: APH, DLB, MOLX

    Getting into mid-cap stocks is a weird place. On the one hand, they tend to have less room to grow than their tiny counterparts. While Dolby Laboratories (NYSE: DLB) is only a $3.2 billion company by market cap, it's still larger than a lot of companies and is thus less likely to experience a huge upsurge in spite of turning 26% profit margins that could easily go into more »

  • Will Amphenol’s Earnings Impress Once Again?

    By Damon Churchwell - January 16, 2013 | Tickers: AYI, APH, HUB-B

    Electrical product manufacturer Amphenol (NYSE: APH) is scheduled to release fourth-quarter results on January 17th. Earnings per share has exceeded analyst consensus estimates in each of the last four quarters, including a record showing of $0.90 for the September period. Expectations are that it will match that figure when it reports profits this week. Shareholders appear optimistic, with the shares having attained a 52-week apex recently.

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  • Royce & Associates Owns Over 10% of This Stock

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - January 4, 2013 | Tickers: APH, AVX, MEI, MOLX, TEL

    Royce & Associates, a fund managed by Chuck Royce which tends to prefer investing in small-cap and mid-cap companies, has reported that it owns 8.3 million shares of Molex (NASDAQ: MOLX), a $5 billion market cap manufacturer of electronics components. The 13G filed with the SEC has this figure as 10.3% of the total shares outstanding. See more of Royce's stock picks. Our database of 13F filings shows more »

  • Tech Suppliers To Consider: 2 "Buys," 1 "Sell"

    By David Gould - January 2, 2013 | Tickers: APH, GLW, TEL

    If you are bullish on the broader tech market, it makes sense to buy industry suppliers. Glass makers are well positioned to ride growing demand for smartphones, yet continue to trade at low multiples despite improving macro conditions. In some cases, however, peers that have grown at higher rates in the past have extended their multiples premium into an environment in which the company is no more likely to outperform more »

  • Why You Should Buy Corning & This Stock

    By David Gould - December 28, 2012 | Tickers: APH, GLW, TEL

    If you are bullish on the telecom and tech sector in general, it makes sense to buy their suppliers--not just the semiconductors, but also glass manufacturers. It has been a volatile market with supply-chain problems and decelerating trends. In this article, I highlight several stocks that you should consider looking at with the prospects of a recovery.

    Why You Should Buy Corning (NYSE: GLW)

    The leading glass manufacturer has been more »

  • 2 Undervalued Tech Suppliers to Buy

    By David Gould - December 11, 2012 | Tickers: APH, GLW, TEL

    With a dramatic secular transition towards smartphone and tablet technology, firms like Corning face great upside. While they have partially recovered lost shareholder value from improving momentum, the market correction hasn't been strong enough. There are several reasons why I find them to be undervalued and capable of outperforming in the next two years. Below, I present my take on the two.

    An Improving Outlook For Corning (NYSE: GLWmore »)

  • Is Corning a Good Stock to Buy Right Now?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - October 14, 2012 | Tickers: APH, GLW, LPL, MOLX, TEL

    Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW)’s stock is about flat for the year (significantly underperforming broader market indices), and is trading at about half its price from five years ago. In the second quarter of 2012, Corning (which produces glass screens, telecommunications products, ceramics, and specialty glass materials) saw its revenue come in 5% lower than in Q2 2011. Affiliated companies’ earnings- a significant source of income- were also down and more »

  • The iPhone 5 Ripple Effect

    By Punnoose M.I. - September 19, 2012 | Tickers: APH, AAPL, FLEX, GOOG, JBL, MOLX

    Apple’s new iPhone 5 Launch was awaited by all, top analysts and investors alike.  The effect of the new launch has already started to show in the technology market. The iPhone 5 launch did not show many surprises as it fulfilled many expectations laid out by tech analysts. Post launch Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares ended the day up 1.4 % at $ 669.79.

    Analysts believe though investors are being more »

  • Why is This Insider Buying Belden in Bulk?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - September 5, 2012 | Tickers: APH, BDC, BGC, MOLX, TEL

    Over the past year, shares of cable manufacturer Belden (NYSE: BDC) have increased 19.6%, outpacing the diversified industrials industry average (17.4%), and its primary competitor General Cable (NYSE: BGC), which has lost 1.5% in value over this time.  The 110-year-old company, which is headquartered in St. Louis, designs, produces, and distributes all types of cables, including those of the copper, composite, and fiber optic variety. 

    Despite a more »

  • 6 Undervalued Stocks That Could Take Off in 2012

    By Robert Fisher - January 28, 2012 | Tickers: APH, BDX, LH, RL, RCI, SNN

    With the uneven recovery taking place on Wall Street, investors are being forced to spend extra time researching companies and the prospect of their success. While a number of well-known companies have gotten off to a great start in 2012, there are still plenty of businesses that have yet to be discovered. Among these, six undervalued stocks with strong potential are Becton, Dickinson and Company (NYSE: BDX), Rogers Communication Inc more »

  • Price The Market Part 47

    By Glen Bradford - January 16, 2012 | Tickers: MMM, APH, AVY, FSLR, FLS

    Hi, my name is Glen Bradford. I am pricing the S&P500. You are welcome to join me for the ride. Does anyone else stay awake late into the night and draft up Pro Formas and price companies? Just me? Thought so. I'm a stockaholic.

    299. First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) has fallen from over $150 to less than $40. Is it a buy now? Well, at these prices more »