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Silicon Laboratories: Looks To Be A Laggard No More

Silicon Laboratories (NASDAQ:SLAB) has been one of the worst laggards of the tech sector over the past few years. And while the stock has doubled off its 2009 lows, it appears to be trapped in a $30 to $50 price range, which it's traded in over the past four years. Now it's trading right in the middle of that range.

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And all this time, Silicon has managed to grow earnings 6% per annum and strengthened its core business. Yet, the real kicker is that the company has several catalysts ahead that should help wake the market up, and bring Silicon close to fair value, and at the core of this is that earnings are projected...

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