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Talking Tech in 2007


The best of Minyanville's technology themed articles in 2007!

Some market watchers believe technology is poised to grab the reins of market leadership from the financials.

Minyanville professors covered this space in-depth this year, with eyes on some specific names and a nose for future trends. Check out what our tech mavens had to say in our top technology content here:

Citrix: Looking For Growth In All The Wrong Places
by Fil Zucchi on January 16
If the '07 CFO comes in around current estimates of about $2.00/sh., this is a pretty cheap stock for a company in a potentially very hot space.

A Cyclical Play on the IP Network
by Fil Zucchi on February 19
A potential lack of bandwidth may resurrect enthusiasm for companies that have languished at the bottom of the network barrel for years.

Digging In On Akamai
by Fil Zucchi on July 30
For the first time in a long time AKAM is likely seeing some pricing pressure.

Broadcom: The Chips are Stacked
by Sean Udall on August 3
The chips are stacked with the positive data points, while price gains in the group remain muted.

Bendable Fiber May Lead To Corning's Breakout
by Sean Udall on August 6
A catalyst is needed to bring attention to Corning and this bendable fiber could be that catalyst.

Finding Value in United Technologies
by Guy Adami on August 9
In times of market uncertainty, turning to names that have thrived in good times and persevered in difficult ones is not a bad strategy.

Hewlett Packard Riding Global PC Growth
by Guy Adami on August 13
PC demand continues to rise as developing nations move up the technology curve, leading to a very favorable pricing environment.

21 Bullish Predictions For Tech
by Sean Udall on August 23
If more than half [of this list] hits, then the tech sector should produce returns well above positive expectations.

Breaking Down the Tech Sector
by Adam Katz on August 30 financials and commodities lose steam, technology is finally getting a little love.

Harmonic Rising to the Occasion In Tech
by Sean Udall on September 19
Harmonic has broad-based strength in current business trends and emphasizing the company's strong position in front of a number of macro technology trends.

Back to Bucks in Technology
by Ryan Krueger on September 28
The last eight years have changed Technology for the better...

Revisiting 21 Bullish Predictions for Tech
by Sean Udall on October 18
Checking up on and further discussion of August's tech predictions.

Making a Citrix U-Turn
by Fil Zucchi on October 19
Is it time for a Citrix time-out?

Tech Sector's Intel Speeding Ahead
by Guy Adami on October 17
When was the last time that too little inventory was an issue for a semiconductor name?

Akamai And The Ghosts Of Competition
by Fil Zucchi on December 13
Perhaps Akamai should altogether repudiate the notion of being a CDN...

Global Growth a Boost for Cisco
by Sean Udall on November 14
Cisco's quarter, all panic selling aside, was far more in the sublime category than the "subprime".
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