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  • Nokia/Microsoft deal stalled by Indian tax dispute [View news story]
    Anil92691, you must be working for India tax administration. How about Nokia went to India because there was a great market for feature phones and Nokia could minimize costs because of efficient distribution and lower labor costs?
    Feb 14, 2014. 09:01 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: Getting Innovative To Gain A Foothold [View article]
    @ Biosbob

    Could you provide a link to this report, cause I could not find anything.

    However, even if that rumor is true, Intel still benefits from having one and the same soc ready to be implemented for both operating systems.
    Feb 5, 2014. 04:03 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: The Next Quarter Will Be Rough [View article]
    "When facts change...."
    Which facts changed after Earnings Ycajal?
    Fact 1: You sold and now you are bashing the stock.
    Fact 2: The only reason people are doing this, is because they are still interested in the stock, hoping it goes down so they can step right back in.
    Feb 3, 2014. 01:51 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: The Next Quarter Will Be Rough [View article]
    Ashraf Eassa
    The principles of trading stocks are the same as the principles of the big marketplace in town, where all kinds of salesmen and consumers try to make a deal on their fruits or vegetables. The one is shouting that he is has the finest apples, the other shouts his are rotten and they are way overpriced.
    There is no reason to assume that this is not the case with shares.
    Wall Street hedge funds (and their internet channels) are specialized in promoting their shares, misleading others and bashing stocks, just to serve their trading/ investment interests.
    If you think INTC is going down more this and next quarter, why don't (buy back your calls,) sell your common stock and wait until the second half?
    btw. I was not accusing. I was wondering. That's why people call me Mr. Wonder :)
    Feb 3, 2014. 01:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia And The Graphene Opportunity [View article]
    Thanks for the warning Redrut.
    Btw, why do you care to warn people.
    Feb 3, 2014. 01:28 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: The Next Quarter Will Be Rough [View article]
    Ashraf Eassa
    With all respect, but I could not really find much fundamental reasoning in this article.
    I think this has something to do with MotleyFool, since you recently are working for them.
    MF is actively trading shares and they are not shy of bringing out misleading articles which are meant to serve their (short) positions.
    Is that the reason why you are always putting so much effort in telling everyone that you are long INTC. Just to add some creditability to you bearish articles.
    Feb 3, 2014. 12:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sometimes Swing Trading Is Better Than Buy And Hold [View article]
    @ Doggiecool

    "MSFT tried to get Nokia to throw in HERE into the devices acquisition... for free:"
    Who says Microsoft wouldn't want to pay additionally for HERE?
    Can you provide a source for your statement?

    "It currently is free, as it has no value. "
    At your previous comments I already explained the value of HERE.
    By simply looking at the numbers you notice HERE makes profit and therefor it certainly has value. A 2D/3D digital copy of the world can be used for many applications and represents a huge value.
    Jan 25, 2014. 06:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Beats EPS Estimates, Bears Beat It Down [View article]
    "This deal was suppose to be over QQ1."

    So? They have until March :)
    Jan 24, 2014. 04:45 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Beats EPS Estimates, Bears Beat It Down [View article]
    @ Doggiecool

    The who, what and where items are not important.
    Who: CEO can't be named. Who are you going to get, without knowing 100% certain whether D&S leaves the group.
    Why: See my previous reply point 7.
    Where: Are you really longing for information about headquarters... now?

    In business, whether you like it or not, good deals are made behind closed doors. Only after closing deals are being made public. That's why a great part of investing is based on rumors. The value of a company lies in its future, not in its past.

    HERE does not necessarily need to be famous and known in order to be successful.
    Tell me someone who is aware of Snapdragon Qualcomm socs in his/ her smartphone.
    Most people think about soc's keeping their feet warm.
    HERE makes about 1 bil EUR revenue. Most of those revenues are invested in HERE again. That's why the bottom line is thin for now, however this can sharply increase once all 2D/ 3D digital info is gathered.

    So, as always during the last 2 years, you inform everyone every time about you selling all of your Nokia shares. As always, you buy them back at the lows.
    Jan 24, 2014. 04:36 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Beats EPS Estimates, Bears Beat It Down [View article]
    1. What stealth mode do you exactly mean? Do you prefer a company screaming their internal secrets and "know-how" to all of the competition? Name one company who does? Take your time. Apple maybe?
    2. 3. If they piss millions I hire them,
    4. Don't you think this is rather confidential information? Do you think it is a wise strategy, limiting the revenue stream from IP by telling the whole tech industry what kind of price agreements you made with previous parties?
    5. HERE is used in 4 out of 5 car navigation systems.
    "No one knows about HERE"
    Really? Oracle, Amazon, Yandex, Nikon, Garmin, Microsoft, Yahoo, Groupon, etc. . are all using HERE maps. HERE prime places, Nokia City Lens, Nokia Transport are all using HERE maps. Besides, do you think Microsoft would go and nock on Google's door for using Google maps?
    6. You shouldn't disclose that kind of confidential information.
    7. In Q3 2013 Nokia bought Siemens part of NSN, they sold D&S to Microsoft. And now doggiecool expected Nokia also to spin off HERE & AT at the same time? What kind of panic would that have caused to all who is related to Nokia. One thing at a time.
    8. I did not know that filing a PR release on NYSE belonges to a decent investment analyses.
    9. You really are burdened with too much insiders info.
    10. This is something we will never know. Looking at the earnings. D&S did not show much of a pleasant surprise.
    Jan 23, 2014. 07:15 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Corporation beats by €0.03 [View news story]
    The MS sale is not closed yet.
    It would be rather foolish to make formal announcements regarding a still not 100% certain future.
    Jan 23, 2014. 09:05 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Corporation beats by €0.03 [View news story]
    If this was "as expected", the stock will bounce back to where it was before earnings.
    Wait, the stock is recovering already.
    Now just down -2.3% in Europe.
    Jan 23, 2014. 07:52 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nokia Is Dead Money [View article]
    As far as "lackluster NSN contract wins" I suggest you take a look at NSN press releases and find that NSN is quite busy these days.
    Jan 22, 2014. 05:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nokia Is Dead Money [View article]
    You are posting these hollow bearish comments about Nokia since NOK was trading at $ 3,-.
    By now you should know that when surprises appear you are too late to jump on that train.
    Jan 22, 2014. 05:04 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Nokia Is Dead Money [View article]
    In the case of Nokia, sales are not all the revenue the company makes.
    Income out of patents and services are normally not considered as part of sales.
    Cash, like you said, is also no part of sales.
    It would be better if George also had mentioned the forward P/B ratio, after closing the D&S sale.
    Jan 22, 2014. 03:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment