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  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    Navteq = 8 billion usd

    Forecast growth: Endless http://www.navteq.com
    Feb 5 09:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    yeah, totally.
    Feb 5 12:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    You sold to early didn't yah System :)

    Now you got cold feet on finding a new entry point.

    Just an analysis, no pun intended.
    Feb 5 12:26 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia's Feature Phone Sales Are In Long-Term Decline - Can It Cope? [View article]
    I was making a distinction in favor of Nokia, that's all Seppo. I do agree if one feels a bit uncomfortable with their position, stepping back and analyzing with a clear head is a wonderful advice. I would've closed all my positions by now if I didn't believe in the story. So when it comes to investing, sometimes discrimination is preferable.
    Feb 5 12:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    Those down dividend share prices will probably look like great investments after 2 decades of compounding. You will thank yourself Charles. No one can ever go wrong with dividends :)
    Feb 5 09:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop interview transcript

    http://bit.ly/VBkiLP
    Feb 5 09:20 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia's Feature Phone Sales Are In Long-Term Decline - Can It Cope? [View article]
    There is little differentiation between these so called threats you've mentioned. We are talking about electronic hardware where quality and feature of a given product will be completely different depending on the producer. Karbonn and the thousand other generic companies are considered mobile phone commodities.

    You also left me with mixed feelings when you announced that you're long Nokia. Its either you believe or don't believe. Just expressing my opinion Abu, no offense. I realized you added some positive views on Asha, but my rebuttal was for your underlying argument.
    Feb 5 02:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    It's possible Charles. People will do strange things for money. We also have Macro and Micro Economics that is used against us small frys by big institutions for stock price manipulations.

    I've always been a dividend investor where I base my assertions on valuations, fundaments and future business growth. Nokia falls in the same category, unfortunately it is one of the most heavily shorted/manipulated stock in the market at the moment. Nokia is the epitome of greed, fear, hope and regrets. Let me take that back, I believe Apple Inc. wins that contest.

    I'm used to investing in companies such as ResMed, Emerson Electric, BMY, WAG, PAYX, AFL etc etc. creating a dividend index portfolio which I check one's a month. Nokia was my last addition to my dividend portfolio which ultimately came with a price, but with many lessons. (e.g. How to have balls of steal :) )
    Feb 5 01:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia's Feature Phone Sales Are In Long-Term Decline - Can It Cope? [View article]
    You really think India's Karbonn Mobile will eventually muscle out Asha's build quality, price point and specs from the global feature phone market? You gotta be kidding. Nokia just got the ball rolling. The author obviously jumped the gun and provided readers a flawed thesis. Take it with a grain of salt will yah'..
    Feb 4 08:51 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia's Feature Phone Sales Are In Long-Term Decline - Can It Cope? [View article]
    This article did not make any sense whatsoever.
    Feb 4 05:13 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    Tax evasion is somewhat of a sporting event in India. Royal Dutch Shell and Samsung are also on the cutting board for tax evasions. The news feed about Nokia's tax evasion this past month originated from a business newspaper in India called "Business Standard". Thereafter flowed into other newspaper syndicates. I have a feeling the news media had been paid off with cash money or a crap load of Naan. Im sure most people in SA close to retirement and on retirement are peeling off their skin w/ such rubbish news. Good Luck to All and long NOKIA OYJ!

    http://bit.ly/XhULa1
    Feb 3 08:57 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    don't get slaughtered Charles :P
    Jan 31 08:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    LOL...upgraded balls and stomach.

    If you had read the the supposedly India tax case, it was the same exact hooplah printed 2-3 weeks ago with a different date. If you have decent/low cost per share I wouldn't sell, just my opinion.
    Jan 31 07:59 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Here To Make (Quick) Money With Nokia [View instapost]
    Video: Dodge and Cox Makes the Case for Nokia - NASDAQ.com

    http://bit.ly/VpfR6S

    Persistence is rewarding..
    Jan 31 02:32 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Making Money W/ Nokia The "Long Leverage Way" [View instapost]
    +8.44 :)
    Jan 29 09:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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