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  • The Top 5 2009 Uncommon Technology Stock Selection

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    ForImmediate Release: December 30, 2008

    Contact:Tom Vass, [email protected](919) 975 4856

    The Top 5 2009 Uncommon TechnologyStock Selections

    Top Technology Stock Investments For the Coming Year


    Raleigh, N.C. The Technology Stock Advisor, an onlineinvestment newsletter, issued its top 5 technology stock picks for 2009, today.


    Tom Vass, the advisor to the Newsletter said, “We follow apatented method for selecting technology stocks that emphasizes technologyinnovation and strong financial fundamentals.”The patented method for selecting stocks is based on a theory ofinnovation developed by Vass that investigates relationships among companies innine high technology value chains.


    “We believe that the new world competitive dynamic iscontinuous innovation in new products,” said Vass. “We seek companies that aremembers of global technology value chains.The companies must have large internal cash flow from continuingoperations in order to finance continuous cycles of innovation.”


    Unlike most value investment strategies, the TechnologyStock Advisor method examines the internal financial fundamentals of thecompany, the industrial supply chain of the company and the larger macroeconomic conditions that affect the market demand for new technology products.


    The method also sets buy target prices and adheres to adiscipline of selling at the pre-established sell target prices.

    The Top 5 2009 UncommonTechnology Stock Advisor Selections*


    Company/                              Description                                             Operational Cash Flow                   Target Buy Price

    Value Chain 2007      (000’s)  2006

    Ingersoll-Rand Co.

    Industrial Machinery and Distribution Equipment

    Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited, together with its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, sells, and services a range of industrial and commercial products in the United States and internationally

    896,100            972,200  

    Buy Below $19


    Computer and Electronics

    Intel Corporation engages in making, marketing, and selling integrated circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide

    12,625,000   10,620,000  

    Buy Below $19

    Parker Hannifin

    Industrial Machinery

    Parker Hannifin Corporation manufactures fluid power systems, electromechanical controls, and related components worldwide.

    955,007           954,639 

    Buy Below $46


    Computer and Electronics

    CTS Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, assembly, and sale of electronic components and sensors, and provision of electronics manufacturing services worldwide

    48,603                47,185  

    Buy Below $9

    CIRCOR International

    Industrial Machinery

    CIRCOR International, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of valves and fluid control products in the United States and internationally. The company has two product groups: Instrumentation and Thermal Fluid Controls Products, and Energy Products.

    56,916              29,858  

    Buy Under $27

    *All investments bear risk of loss of capital. The past performance isnot a guarantee of future performance. There are no guarantees in making investments.


    About The Technology Stock Advisor: The TechnologyStock Advisor is an online investing newsletter that features a patentedinvestment method with a focus on technology stocks. The method begins bydefining 9 high tech value chains, where most of America’s innovation occurs.The nine value chain main categories are: Chemicals, Precision Instruments,Engine Equipment, Computer and Electronic Equipment, Information Services,Pharmaceuticals, Fertilizer and Chemical Products, Industrial Machinery andDistribution Equipment, Aerospace. Contact Thomas Vass, [email protected]




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