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Analyst Scanner on Semiconductor Equipment & Materials Equities -- Applied Materials, Lam Research, Teradyne, and Ambarella

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 27, 2016 / Park Lane Advisor has initiated coverage on the following equities: Applied Materials Inc. (AMAT), Lam Research Corporation (LRCX), Teradyne Inc. (TER), and Ambarella Inc. (AMBA). Free research report on Applied Materials can be accessed at http://www.parklaneadvisor.com/ On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, the NASDAQ Composite ended at 4,567.67, up 1.09%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 1.78%, to finish the day at 16,167.23, and the S&P 500 closed at 1,903.63, up 1.41%. The gains were broad based as eight out of nine sectors ended the session in positive. Register for your complimentary reports at the links given below.

On Tuesday, shares in Applied Materials Inc. ended the session 2.60% higher at $17.35. The stock reported a trading volume of 15.79 million shares, above its three months average volume of 14.11 million shares. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 15.10. Applied Materials Inc.'s shares have advanced 4.91% in the previous three months, but it has declined 9.86% in the last one month. The company is trading 3.61% below its 50-day moving average and 2.71% below its 200-day moving average. Moreover, shares of Applied Materials Inc. have a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 48.99. Sign up and read the free notes on AMAT at:

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Lam Research Corp.'s stock advanced 1.09%, to close the day at $68.74. The stock recorded a trading volume of 1.79 million shares, below its three months average volume of 2.41 million shares. The company's shares are trading 8.29% below their 200-day moving average. Additionally, Lam Research Corp. traded at a PE ratio of 14.91 and has an RSI of 38.98. The complimentary notes on LRCX can be downloaded in PDF format at:

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On Tuesday, shares in Teradyne Inc. recorded a trading volume of 2.83 million shares, higher than their three months average volume of 2.13 million shares. The stock ended the day 1.95% higher at $19.82. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 39.67. Teradyne Inc.'s stock has lost 8.17% in the last one month, but the stock has advanced 4.65% in the previous three months and 3.51% in the last one year. The company is trading above its 200-day moving average by 2.34%. Furthermore, shares of Teradyne Inc. have an RSI of 49.24. Register for free on Park Lane Advisor and access the latest research on TER at:

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Ambarella Inc.'s stock finished Tuesday's session 0.38% higher at $37.22. A total of 0.76 million shares were traded, which was much below its three months average volume of 2.35 million shares. The company's shares are trading below their 50-day and 200-day moving averages by 29.70% and 51.58%, respectively. Ambarella Inc.'s stock traded at a PE ratio of 13.99 and has an RSI of 28.61. The complete research on AMBA is available for free at:

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