Corning

  • Corning: A Long-Term Buy!

    By Ashit Gulati - August 12, 2013 | Tickers: MMM, ASGLY, GLW

    Corning's (NYSE: GLW) recently announced second-quarter earnings exhibit that the company may be well on its way to recovery after a disappointing 2012. Corning's profits grew 35% with higher LCD shipment volumes and improved operating efficiency, which enabled the company in compensating for declining LCD prices. 

    The fiscal 2012 was disappointing for Corning, as its display technologies segment, which accounted for approximately 36% of its total revenues, witnessed more »

  • The Clear Investment Choice

    By Marshall Hargrave - August 12, 2013 | Tickers: MMM, GLW, PPG

    Glass isn't a sexy business, but Corning (NYSE: GLW) is making it just that. While the decline in TV demand has lead to some concerns over Corning, there's no need to worry; enter its newest game changer, Gorilla Glass. 

    Corning's Gorilla Glass is an extremely tough and scratch-resistant glass that's being used in mobile phones, tablets, notebooks and other applications. The rise of smartphones and tablets more »
  • Apple's Cash Hoard: Don't Fall For This Dangerous Succubus

    By Joseph Delaney - August 8, 2013 | Tickers: AAPL, GLW, QCOM

    It seems that all the rage over the last year has been over the exponentially growing cash hoard of Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) The company has an absurd amount of cash in it's coffers, enough to put in on the world GDP map against moderately large countries like the UAE or Denmark. Many investors have touted this insane cash supply as the savior of the company, and many investors more »

  • Why Investors Should Believe in Corning?

    By Ashit Gulati - August 2, 2013 | Tickers: MMM, ASGLY, GLW

    Corning (NYSE: GLW) recently announced its second quarter earnings which indicated that the company is well on its way to recovery after a disappointing 2012.The company primarily operates in five key segments: Display technologies, telecommunications, environmental technologies, specialty materials and the life sciences segment.

    During 2012, the company’s display technologies segment which accounted for 36% of its total revenues, witnessed a 8%  decline in revenues. It should be more »

  • 3 Unloved Tech Stocks to Buy Now

    By Joseph Harry - July 31, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, IBM, MSFT

    Unloved stocks in neglected sectors means potential bargains. One sector that seems to be losing steam is technology. A recent string of earnings reports in the tech sector has left these three companies looking attractively valued.

    Surface problems

    A disappointing quarter, plagued by a $900 million charge related to Surface RT tablet inventory, sent shares of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) down by more than 10%. The charge alone gave a $0 more »

  • 2 Electronics Companies to Buy and 1 to Sell

    By Phillip Woolgar - July 24, 2013 | Tickers: A, GLW, ETN

    Investing in electronics companies is relatively risky due to fluctuations in demand. But because I see the economy staying strong over the next several years, I think demand for these firms' technology will be long-lived.

    Underneath those devices you are carrying comes a lot of testing and small parts. These stocks are behind the scenes, but are able to benefit from major breakthroughs in gadgetry. However, before buying just any more »

  • 3 Dividend Picks From Mario Gabelli

    By Reuben Brewer - July 23, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, GPC, DANOY.PK

    Gabelli Equity Income is a unique beast in the fund world because it has a managed distribution policy, paying $0.03 per share as a monthly dividend. That leads to a modest dividend yield of 1.5%. However, the fund has outperformed the market over the long-term, so income investors should take the time to review its portfolio. The portfolio manager recently highlighted Corning (NYSE: GLW), Danone (NASDAQOTH: DANOY.PK), and more »

  • Look Into These Electronics Companies' Growth Businesses

    By Damon Churchwell - July 18, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, HAR, TRMB

    Some of my favorite stocks in the electrical equipment/electronics industry are those of firms that aim to invest resources in growth markets and profit from market trends. These are companies that might have more substantial R&D budgets than the average sector participant, allowing them to alleviate the impact of cyclical downturns while supporting profit gains. The stocks tend to be good long-term holdings, despite the likelihood of increasing more »

  • 3 Persistent Values in the Smartphone Industry

    By Colin Tweel - July 16, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, QCOM, SNE

    With some 722.5 million smartphones shipping in 2012, and shipments growing by nearly 33% in 2013, it's clear that smartphones are the communication technology of the future. While many investors are debating the prospects of Apple, Samsung, and Google, there are plenty of other stocks that stand to rise in the coming months as smartphones continue to become more popular.

    In this article I will examine some of more »

  • This Tech Stock Has Big Potential

    By Dan Moskowitz - July 15, 2013 | Tickers: AMAT, GLW, LPL

    While the broader market has enjoyed a massive bull run over the past several years, Corning (NYSE: GLW) has done nothing more than hang around. Actually, the stock declined more than 10% over a three-year time frame. When a stock performs poorly during a strong bull run, it’s almost always a red flag for the company’s underlying business and future potential. However, that isn’t the case for more »

  • Profiting From the Booming Smart Devices Industry

    By Piyush Arora - July 14, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, SSNLF, OLED

    According to recent reports, the smartphone industry grew by 45.1% in 2012 and is expected to grow by 44% in 2013. And thanks to the growing need for mobile devices, the tablet industry grew by 78.4% in 2012 and is expected to grow by 58.7% in 2013. Furthermore, tablet sales are estimated to surpass notebook sales by 2016. These bold projections point towards a booming industry of more »

  • Alternatives to Samsung, Apple and Nokia

    By Alexander Cho - July 12, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, QCOM, TSM

    Investing in the smartphone manufacturers hasn’t been the most glamorous venture. Over the past year alone, almost every major handset manufacturer experienced a rapid decline in value.

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    Investors who don’t want to pick winners and losers in the space, or aren’t certain of the market saturation at the high- or low-end may do better by investing further upstream.

    How to position

    Investing in the phone more »

  • Corning Willow Glass Ready for Take-Off?

    By Dana Blankenhorn - July 10, 2013 | Tickers: AMAT, GLW, FSLR

    Corning (NYSE: GLW) is a high-tech company you have never heard of.

    Its best known product is called Gorilla Glass, and it is the cover on most of the devices you own. But Gorilla Glass hasn't given the company the earnings hit you might expect, since devices are relatively small and production runs aren't terribly long.

    Enter Willow Glass, a more flexible, but still strong and scratch-resistant, glass 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 »

  • 3 Technology Stocks You Want to Watch

    By Damon Churchwell - June 28, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, PLCM, SMTC

    Some companies with solid product lines that tend to be at the leading edge of their respective markets have seen their stocks slip of late, as earnings comparisons have been under pressure. That said, results, for many, are apt to turn positive be it in the current quarter or later this year. Their combinations of strengthening customer demand, along with fundamentally sound business models, ought to support rebounds in profitability more »

  • 3 Undervalued Tech Stocks

    By Daniel Paterson - June 23, 2013 | Tickers: CSCO, GLW, INTC

    As investors, we are always on the prowl for great companies we can buy at discounted prices. Lucky for us, the sell off over the past few days has placed some great businesses on sale.  These companies are not only cheap, but have great dividend yields, strong prospects, and a ton of cash on their balance sheets. 

    It's what's inside

    Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a premier technology company more »

  • Why These Tech Companies Are Good Value Investments

    By Rupert Hargreaves - June 12, 2013 | Tickers: AVX, GLW, SIMO

    Technology companies are usually associated with high valuations. Therefore it is a real surprise when tech companies start trading on valuations that could allow them to be considered as a prospective value investment.

    Currently, there are three companies in the tech sector that look appealing to me as value investments, but could it actually be worth investing?

    Firstly, there is Silicon Motion Technology Corp. (NASDAQ: SIMO), a fabless (it does more »

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Wouldn't Be Great Without These U.S. Companies

    By Tedra DeSue - June 11, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, QCOM, SSNLF

    Samsung’s (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF) Galaxy S4 smartphone is all the rage among buyers right now, beating out all of its competitors, including Apple, in terms of sales last month.

    Canaccord Genuity released a finding last week that Samsung’s Galaxy S4 had outsold Apple’s iPhone 5 at every major carrier except AT&T. Before Samsung unveiled its flagship smartphone earlier this year, it had been second to Apple at more »

  • Can Gorilla Beat Sapphire?

    By Nick Chiu - June 5, 2013 | Tickers: AAPL, GLW, GTAT

    Is Gorilla Glass outdated? Corning (NYSE: GLW) is the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics. Corning’s innovation continues to be strong, with more than 160 years of materials science and process engineering knowledge. This article will focus on reviewing if sapphire glass could take over Gorilla Glass and be used for future smartphones.

    Corning’s claim

    There are rumors that sapphire glass will be replacing Corning’s Gorilla more »

  • Riding the Display Technologies Trend

    By Joseph Harry - May 28, 2013 | Tickers: MMM, GLW, QCOM

    Display technology is becoming increasingly prevalent as the mobile revolution ramps up and more touchscreen devices come into the market to be inevitably purchased by consumers. LCD televisions increasing in size will likely also play a role, as well as the so called "7 year refresh period" in which consumers replace their old televisions, a period that some believe is soon approaching. Many companies are getting into display, so how more »

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