These picks are positioned nicely and score well in the overall, value and momentum categories.
Nokia is upgraded to 'buy,' and Take-Two is downgraded to 'sector perform.'
The tech giant's shares have climbed ahead of the company's iPhone 5S launch, but analysts warn about getting too carried away.
Lululemon is initiated with a 'buy,' and AMD is downgraded to 'underweight.'
Oppenheimer is bullish on semiconductor and other companies benefitting from strong demand for smartphones and tablets.
To make the list, you have to look out for all your stakeholders, not just shareholders.
These days, tech names simply can't be connected with the company in any way, shape or form.
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