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  • Ashraf Eassa
    $NOK getting faded really quickly...
    9/3/13
    Reply (13)
    • wigit5: It's expected though after a pop like that all the short term traders getting out. I haven't decided yet whether to sell or not
      9/3/13
    • SeekingFameandFortune: Lots of long-termers like myself getting out as well. I bought on Lumia prospects, that goes to MS now.
      9/3/13
    • wigit5: I suppose I bought on Lumia prospects; but having learned more about the company I think I still like the other businesses they have.
      9/3/13
    • SeekingFameandFortune: Same here. But being a telecom biz now I can't see big payoffs in the stock like I did with the Devices and Services prospect.
      9/3/13
    • Seppo Sahrakorpi: @Ashraf Would love to hear your take on the New Nokia...
      9/3/13
    • logic001: Yes Im out with my position completely. May consider going back in when all is clear and settles.
      9/3/13
    • Davidoff: For the first time in 2-3 years, NOK is going to have profitable quarters. NOK has been a phone company since '92 and it existed since 1865.
      9/3/13
    • Davidoff: NOK does the same thing it did in '92. The speculations are over now, we are finally going to be able to talk numbers and cash.
      9/3/13
    • colorado.: 1984, first transportable phone: http://bit.ly/1a3Zplh (link to site provided by NOKIA's conversation blog)
      9/3/13
    • DanielleEmberley: I was wondering if the rundown later in the day was partly related to the general market and Syria related talk. Still holding.
      9/3/13
    • jamesingram32: same thing as 92. What is that David? thanks
      9/3/13
    • Davidoff: Until 92 NOK had over 10 different divisions. The company was too diversified and completely irrelevant. They sold everything besides phones
      9/3/13
    • jamesingram32: fab, David, thank you. btw one of the spin offs nok tyres was an amazing investment. lets hope the new slim NOK is just as good:)
      9/3/13