Topic Archives: NXP Semiconductor (NXPI)

The newest ad for Whitney Tilson’s Empire Stock Investor ($49, renews at $199) is all about this “Taas” business, and I’ve gotten a few questions since it started circulating a week or two ago… so let’s dig in! The basic idea is that “TaaS,” which is “Transportation as a Service,” is going to take off […]

That headline might look a little familiar to longtime Gumshoe readers… that’s because Michael Robinson had a very similar ad back in 2013 (and again in 2015) touting MEMS as a “device to end all disease” … … so, is the ad still about the same stock? Let’s look and see. Here’s how the pitch […]

NXP Semiconductor (NXPI) and Visteon (VC) both reported results this week, both pretty much in line with what I would have expected and pretty close to analyst estimates (Visteon earnings were well above estimates, revenue well below because analysts have a hard time getting very specific on Visteon quarters — but their big picture remains […]

Good title for an article, right? I’ve realized, after getting a few questions, that some Gumshoe readers are interested in a few of my less liquid, more levered, or riskier investments, the ones (like options and warrants) that I don’t really talk much about when I post my personal portfolio comments (except when there’s a […]

This article was originally published in late January — Andy Obermueller is teasing Apple suppliers again, hinting that the Apple “Growth Window” will close up on September 30 (presumably when we start freaking out about their next wave of iPhones and iPads, usually introduced around then), and the descriptions of the teased stocks that he […]

It looks like our longtime favorite MEMS company, Invensense (INVN), which I continually wish I had bought on the many times it has dipped to $20 or below, is indeed finally an Apple iPhone supplier. Business has otherwise not been fantastic for INVN as some of their big customers, notably Nintendo, have scaled back in […]

David Gardner has touted and teased many stocks for both his Rule Breakers and his Stock Advisor services — probably, in fact, we’ve covered more Motley Fool teaser ads here at Stock Gumshoe than we have any other publisher (and according to the quick calculations of one of our readers, they’ve had more winners than […]

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