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Qualcomm released its earnings recently, and they presented a conundrum, to say the least. The company missed analysts' expectations and lowered guidance, yet the stock rose. This is the second chip company to lower guidance recently. Intel just did, too. Qualcomm said it's still working through its shortage problem for its next-generation 4G LTE chips. The conversion to high-end smartphones is still strong, and some observers have even speculated that the shortage is due to the coming launch of Apple's iPhone5. Even with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor making it into Google's Nexus 7 tablet, Qualcomm remains the leader in mobile computing processors. John and David are bullish on the mobile trend, and Qualcomm could make a great addition to the portfolio.
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