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In his review of worldwide semiconductor sales, Editor Paul McWilliams wrote: "DRAM revenues were again much higher than they were in the corresponding month last year, but average selling prices noticeably weakened... We caught both Micron and Qimonda at opportune times in 2006 and then suggested selling both in early December, which was very close to the peak for both stocks..."
McWilliams also looks at these topics: -- Xilinx and Altera are trading 20%-30% above McWilliams November entry prices. Does he believe the stocks will continue to push higher from here? -- McWilliams suggested that subscribers sell both Micron and Qimonda when the stocks were peaking in early December 2006. What does he think is in store for these companies next? -- Based on the latest worldwide semiconductor sales numbers, what is McWilliams view of the health of the industry as a whole?
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