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  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    It's fish, actually.
    Apr 24 04:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Alcatel-Lucent Is Not Worthless, $5.50 Price Target Is Feasible [View article]
    Please stop your badly formulated rants with the ever-same wording. You are filled with anger having missed ~180% profit to date and many good trades in between. If you had only invested €50k in ALU when it was clear that Ben Verwaayen was on his way out, you'd already be owning a nice holiday condo or boat for this summer to come.
    Apr 24 04:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    Have a look in $NOK stock talk, I posted something regarding HERE and its possible sale. Basically, the carcass of Nokia would thus be readied for a possible merger with Ericsson's NT arm. Let's see what happens after ALU's earnings on the 9th and after Ericsson's split has been fully executed. With Nokia, I feel anything is possible soon.
    Apr 24 04:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    D

    You did not read the post and what it pertained to.
    Apr 24 04:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AMD: Taking Baby Steps Towards Unlocking Value [View article]
    I listened to every call and trust Read, Su and Kumar 100%. They would not jeopardise AMD's turnaround success with doublespeak that can be legally attacked.
    Apr 24 12:31 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nike: The First Casualty Of The Wearables Wars [View article]
    If you are really serious about your sport or fitness level, you need proper data… and one of those http://bit.ly/1fafE6s
    Apr 24 10:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    "grow or die"

    There it is, in a nutshell.
    Apr 24 06:37 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    €5,35 in Europe this lunchtime with no volume worth to speak of. No serious articles in the telecommunication press for months.

    I reiterate: Nokia is an indecipherable amalgamation of three entities that have no crossover effects, now that the device business is gone. With no CEO and no strategy, even big investors are probably wondering what they now own. What is the overriding story that ties it all together? There is none.

    I hope some kamikaze investors will take Friday as a buy signal so we have another pop to get out for good.
    Apr 24 06:34 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft, Apple And Google: Sleeping With The Enemy [View article]
    Hahaha… good one! comment of the day : D
    Apr 24 06:24 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple to raise more debt for cash returns; Cook open to big acquisitions [View news story]
    "Cook open to big acquisitions"

    Buy Samsung and shut it down ; )
    Apr 23 06:49 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Tesla Will Slowly Lose Credibility With The Market [View article]
    Supercharger. Gigafactory. Teraprofits.

    Exablunder!
    Apr 23 06:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Tesla Will Slowly Lose Credibility With The Market [View article]
    Some lucky traders bought tulip bulbs in 1637 for two guilders.
    Apr 23 06:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Tesla Will Slowly Lose Credibility With The Market [View article]
    "Its funny that with all these subsidies, Tesla still has yet to make a profit."

    Teslarites and Teslarettes are in it for the fun, not the money.

    "Norway's strange - they're filthy rich due almost entirely to oil money, yet they are probably the "greenest" country around wrt EVs, etc. Cognitive dissonance?"

    Yes, cognitive dissonance, bigotry or denial is in demand.

    In Germany, people buy 2,5t SUVs… to bring their kids to inner city yoga lessons and pick up eco-food two blocks away. Hypocrisy rules supreme.
    Apr 23 05:58 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Emerging Markets: Investing Where Others Fear To Tread [View article]
    Good article. What is your view on the Russian market, if I may ask?
    Apr 23 05:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Finding $0.40-3.70 Upside In The Black Box [View article]
    Yes. Nokia is now a boring holding company. Will that entice large investors to flock to the stock in droves all of a sudden? I doubt it. Huawei, ZTE and Samsung are all ramping up, in part on Nokia's or Ericsson's very home turf. Read some telecommunication publications. Something major will have to happen in the European telecommunication infrastructure business within the year.
    Apr 23 05:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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