The Top 5 Stock IPO's of 2012 That Are Still A Buy Based On Performance Announced by

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1) INVENSENSE INC. - This Company reminds us so much of Intel its not even funny. Instead of computer chips, they produce quite possibly the best gyroscope technology. It's believed that Invensense gets overlooked by alot of investors simply because their description is pretty complicated.

InvenSense, Inc. designs, develops, markets, and sells micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) gyroscopes for motion tracking devices in consumer electronics. The company delivers motion interface solutions based on its multi-axis gyroscope technology by targeting applications in video gaming devices, smartphones, tablet devices, digital still and video cameras, smart TVs, 3D mice, wearable health and fitness monitors, optical image stabilization products, and portable navigation devices. It offers MotionProcessor units (MPUs), inertial measurement units (IMUs), and MEMS gyroscopes.

Confused? Don't be, just know the Company produces the motion sensing devices in the wii, and has started to corner the smart phone and tablet market. The Company has always surprised during earnings calls and has a low float. Recently it has come down in price and is a candidate to bounce back to previous highs of over $20.

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2) MICHAEL KORS HOLDINGS LTD. engages in the design, marketing, distribution, and retail of branded women’s apparel and accessories, and men’s apparel. Recently Michael Kors smashed their earnings. Pros are targeting $60-$75 for this stock. The Company is up nearly 100% since its IPO and appears to have more room to go.

3) GUIDEWIRE SOFTWARE, INC. provides system software to the property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry primarily in the United States, Canada, and Australia. The Company has pulled back from highs of $38 and is setting the stage to bounce back.

4) EPAM SYSTEMS, INC. together with its subsidiaries, primarily provides software product development services to independent software vendors and technology companies worldwide.

5) ROSE ROCK MIDSTREAM, L.P. acquires, owns, develops, and operates a portfolio of midstream energy assets. It engages in the gathering, transportation, storage, marketing, and distribution of crude oil in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Texas.

North Dakota is extremely hot right now. This Company makes this list because it pays over a 5% dividend and can pop because of the North Dakota energy frenzy thats going on.

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