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  • Tech Stocks With High Projected Growth And Bullish Moving Average Trends (Nov-25) 0 comments
    Nov 25, 2012 6:50 PM | about stocks: ARMH, CBB, CCI, CREE, CRM, CTRX, EQIX, MIPS, MLNX, QIHU, RAX

    (Contextuall's has built a variety of indicators to predict the near-term direction of the XLK exchange traded fund. For current signals and backtests, click here).

    Number of Stocks in This List: 11

    Recent Performance of the Stocks Mentioned Below:

    Average 1-Week Return: 6.19%
    Average 1-Month Return: 6.68%
    Average 1-Year Return: 66.02%

    1. ARM Holdings plc (ARMH). ARM Holdings plc and its subsidiaries design microprocessors, physical IP, and related technology and software, as well as sells development tools to enhance the performance of high-volume embedded applications. Earnings per share expected to grow by 18.6% over the next five years. SMA50 at $30.32 vs. SMA200 at $26.75.

    2. Cincinnati Bell Inc. (CBB). Provides data and voice communications services over wireline and wireless networks, as well as offers data center operations, related management services, and equipment in the United States. Earnings per share expected to grow by 50% over the next five years. SMA50 at $5.39 vs. SMA200 at $4.26.

    3. Crown Castle International Corp. (CCI). Operates, and leases towers and other wireless infrastructure primarily in the United States and Australia. Earnings per share expected to grow by 19.1% over the next five years. SMA50 at $65.49 vs. SMA200 at $58.74.

    4. Cree, Inc. (CREE). Develops and manufactures light emitting diode (LED) products, silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) material products, and power and radio frequency (NYSE:RF) products. Earnings per share expected to grow by 17.32% over the next five years. SMA50 at $28.31 vs. SMA200 at $27.91.

    5. Salesforce.com (CRM). Provides customer and collaboration relationship management (NYSE:CRM) services to various businesses and industries worldwide. Earnings per share expected to grow by 28.72% over the next five years. SMA50 at $150.37 vs. SMA200 at $144.13.

    6. Catamaran Corporation (CTRX). Earnings per share expected to grow by 25.79% over the next five years. SMA50 at $48.88 vs. SMA200 at $43.96.

    7. Equinix, Inc. (EQIX). Provides data center services for the protection and connection of information assets to enterprises, content providers, financial companies, network service providers, and cloud and IT services companies. Earnings per share expected to grow by 25.12% over the next five years. SMA50 at $189.64 vs. SMA200 at $169.15.

    8. MIPS Technologies Inc. (MIPS). Provides industry-standard processor architectures and cores that power various home entertainment, communications, networking, and portable multimedia products. Earnings per share expected to grow by 20% over the next five years. SMA50 at $7.16 vs. SMA200 at $6.48.

    9. Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. (MLNX). Engages in the design, development, marketing, and sale of interconnect products primarily in North America, Israel, Europe, and Asia. Earnings per share expected to grow by 74% over the next five years. SMA50 at $92.7 vs. SMA200 at $72.67.

    10. Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd (QIHU). Provides Internet and mobile security products in the People's Republic of China. Earnings per share expected to grow by 55.54% over the next five years. SMA50 at $22.83 vs. SMA200 at $20.72.

    11. Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (RAX). Operates in the hosting and cloud computing industry. Earnings per share expected to grow by 26.23% over the next five years. SMA50 at $65.3 vs. SMA200 at $55.12.

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    Lists of StocksList Size1-Week Return1-Mnth Return1-Year Return
     
    Tech Stocks + High Short Float + Bullish Moving Averages (SMA50 Above SMA200)107.54%5%90.19%
     
    Basic Materials Stocks + High Beta + Downtrend (Below SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)93.61%-20.85%-48.13%
     
    S&P500 Stocks + High EPS Growth + Bullish Moving Averages (SMA50 Above SMA200)165.92%4.52%55.53%
     
    S&P500 Stocks + High Short Float + Rallying (Above SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)146.52%11.23%29.78%
     
    Basic Materials Stocks + High EPS Growth + Downtrend (Below SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)58.94%-22.53%-45.5%
     
    Mid-Cap Stocks + Low Beta + Bullish Moving Averages (SMA50 Above SMA200)275.98%4.59%81.86%
     
    S&P500 Stocks + High Short Float + Downtrend (Below SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)7-3.59%-20.27%-45.94%
     
    Basic Materials Stocks + Low PEG Ratios + Bullish Moving Averages (SMA50 Above SMA200)48.4%4.92%60.14%
     
    Nasdaq Stocks + Low PEG Ratios + Downtrend (Below SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)202.46%-17.77%-11.64%
     
    Mid-Cap Stocks + High EPS Growth + Rallying (Above SMA20, SMA50 and SMA200)365.79%7.17%65.47%
    Stocks: ARMH, CBB, CCI, CREE, CRM, CTRX, EQIX, MIPS, MLNX, QIHU, RAX
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