Technology Stock Advisor Releases First Quarter Results of 2011 Top 10 Tech Stock Picks

Top Quote Portfolio of Stock Selections Gains 9.8% in First Quarter. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 02, 2011 - Raleigh, N.C. - The Technology Stock Advisor, an online newsletter for investors, managed by Thomas E. Vass, released the first quarter performance of his top ten technology stock selections for 2011. Vass obtained a patent (No. 7,251,627) on his stock selection method in 2007.

    The top ten technology stocks selected by Vass for 2011 are described below:

    Cantel Medical Corp. CMN Cantel Medical Corp. provides infection prevention and control products in the healthcare market. Gain 15%

    Comtech Telecommunications Corp CMTL Comtech Telecommunications Corp. engages in the design, development, production, and marketing of products, systems, and services for advanced communications solutions (4.8%)

    CTI Industries Corporation CTIB CTI Industries Corporation develops, manufactures, and supplies flexible film products in the United States and internationally. (16.8%)

    Electro-Sensors, Inc. ELSE Electro-Sensors, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of industrial production monitoring and process control systems 4.47 4.45 (.004%)

    EPIQ Systems, Inc. EPIQ Epiq Systems, Inc. provides integrated technology solutions for electronic discovery, document review, legal notification, claims administration 6.3%

    Arrhythmia Research Technology HRT Arrhythmia Research Technology, Inc. engages in the development of medical software, which analyzes electrical impulses of the heart to detect and aid in the treatment of potentially lethal arrhythmias .01%

    Miller Industries, Inc. MLR Miller Industries, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of vehicle towing and recovery equipment in North America 9.9%

    Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp MRX Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation, a specialty pharmaceutical company, engages in the development and marketing of products for the treatment of dermatological and aesthetic conditions 20.4%

    Mine Safety Appliances MSA Mine Safety Appliances Company develops, manufactures, and supplies health and safety products used by workers in the fire service, homeland security, construction, and other industries, as well as the military. 18%

    Total System Services, Inc TSS Total System Services, Inc. provides electronic payment processing, merchant services, and related services to financial and nonfinancial institutions 13.9%

    Total Portfolio 9.8%

    "Our method begins with a search of stocks in defined industrial sectors, or technology clusters, that we suspect have strong inter-industry trading relationships," said Vass. "Our stock selection method is based upon the idea that linkages in technological innovation, and technological commercialization of new products, within these clusters explains much of the movement of a company's stock price over a 3 year period."

    "We try to buy the stocks when they may be at the lower end of their innovation cycle and sell them within the three year innovation cycle," said Vass, adding that the target sell price for a stock is generally set at about a 40% above the target buy price."

    About Thomas E. Vass: Vass is portfolio manager located in Raleigh, N. C., and the author of Predicting Technology: Identifying Future Market Opportunities and Disruptive Technologies, (2007) that explains his theory of technology evolution and its effect on the economy. His research articles about technology were recently cited by The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) a global publishing platform for social scientists, as being among the most widely read in the world. Contact 919 975 4856 tvass ( @ ) privatecapitalmarket dot com

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