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PhD in Computational Physics. Developing new models for stock trading. Predicting future accurately enough for trading purposes is surprisingly difficult, but it can be done. Contrarian investment philosophy. I am in particular interested in undervalued technology stocks with multiple x upside... More
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  • Sunil Shah
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    hey seppo2 that's very useful info. thanks. I believe that NOK fell so hard because they, the finnish pension funds, the largest sh base, just threw in the towel in absolute horror.


    it should never have gone as low as $2 for the ADR.


    The fact that they are now accumulating is very positive, as the weak hand has now turned.
    2 Nov 2012, 05:26 AM Reply Like
  • eldaedhel
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    Very nice figures, thx much Seppo!


    @ Sunil Shah: I personnaly think that GS tried to put the stocks as down as they could, covering and hoping for a bid on NOK.
    2 Nov 2012, 05:44 AM Reply Like
  • mitrado
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    The most interesting thing is that even some bearish analysts expect Nokia to stop losing money in Q4 2013... that means Nokia is going to see its earnings grow for at least the next 15 months.
    13 Nov 2012, 05:13 AM Reply Like
  • oneinfiniteloop
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    Which bearish analyst are you referring to @mitrado?
    15 Nov 2012, 02:26 AM Reply Like
  • mitrado
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    I don't remember now... but I remember him saying NOK's earnings for entire 2013 are expected to be $0.00 a share.
    15 Nov 2012, 05:31 AM Reply Like
  • Financehulligan
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    Same broker that has mostly bought shares is still acting as a buyer, just like before, every day.


    It could be dangerous to short into pension funds hands. Pension funds usually is very longtime shareholders.


    The question is how much of Nokia do they buy? 5%, 10% or more?
    29 Nov 2012, 12:07 PM Reply Like
  • eldaedhel
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    You mean the pension funds, FH?


    I can probably find the info somewhere.
    29 Nov 2012, 12:19 PM Reply Like
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