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  • Alcatel-Lucent, Sandbags Allowing Opportunity To Hop On Board [View article]
    You should post on motleyfool, they are more your type. This stock has been going up since Oct of 2012. The last time it was anywhere near these numbers was July of 2011. This stock is growing, yes there will be pullbacks, no I don't like it, but to say it's a loser because it hit a 3 year high a month ago and is down from there is just foolish.
    Mar 26 03:58 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AMD: I Think Management Is Unlocking Value [View article]
    Any thoughts on what it means for AMD now that they are also in iBuyPower's Steam Machine?
    Nov 26 11:28 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AMD: I Think Management Is Unlocking Value [View article]
    I agree, bought AMD in June at $3.94 and again in the beginning of November at $3.31. I feel as though there is a great opportunity here and I'm hoping the stock will finally start to turn around.
    Nov 26 01:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Alcatel-Lucent: Why It's A Smart Investment [View article]
    Anyone care to speculate on what it means for ALU assuming Softbank takes over Sprint? (Softbank vowed to not purchase and eventually replace equiptment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE)
    Jun 14 10:31 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Endgame At Clearwire: Let The Negotiating And Gamesmanship Begin [View article]
    So I own 3,300 shares of Sprint, which I bought at $3 and 4,700 shares of Clearwire, which I bought at $2. I'm finally doing alright with both stocks, but with all that's going on I am at a loss of what I should do next.

    What are the chances of a Dish-Sprint partnership and what would that mean for Sprint's stock?

    Softbank said that it's capping Sprint's offer on Clearwire at $2.97 a share, should I sell Clwr now?

    Why has Clwr gone up another 20 cents today, wouldn't you expect a dip considering how Softbank announced a cap on Sprint's bid?

    Analysts are saying that, judging on past deals in the industry, Clwr should be selling for 4x as much. We all know that's not going to happen, but what are the chances of Sprint making an offer of $5 - $6 a share?

    When the Softbank-Sprint deal is finished, should I take the $7.30 a share and run? Should I go full in "New Sprint?" Should I split between the two? I'd like to hear some speculation on how analysts' believe "New Sprint" will perform six months after the deal, a year after the deal, maybe even longer.

    Most of the articles I've been reading have been from the perspective of just Sprint or just Clwr, I'd like to see some analyst opinions that target the individuals who own both.

    I know no one has all the answers so I have been doing as much research on my own as I can, but these are just some of the thoughts that have been running through my head....
    Dec 14 04:08 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Alcatel-Lucent: Exploit The Bearish Mood, Buy For Long-Term Bet [View article]
    Jan 8th ALU closed at $4.61, it's now in the $3.70's. I picked up 6000 shares in the mid $2.50 range and am double thinking if I should hang onto it. Anybody have any rationale on why it's dropped so much this year? I'm holding on until their earnings report before I make any moves, hopefully it goes up from there....
    Mar 24 02:44 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • So How About That Lucent? [View instapost]
    Riding this wave! It pushed past $4 and I picked up some more when it went back down to around $3.60. Probably going to pick up some more this week!
    Oct 29 03:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Citigroup's Competitive Advantage [View article]
    Quick question about the output of your algorithm. I noticed that the signal strength in the image you provided ranged from 12 to almost 900. Can you describe this signal strength in layman terms? What are high medium and low numbers? What does that roughly equate to in change in stock price. For example, for C you have a signal strength of 828 and a probability of .3, what would that mean for me as an investor? Personally, I am interested in what you have for ALU and AMD. ALU is referenced here and AMD is referenced in "AMD: A Fundamentally Solid Company With An Exaggerated Negative Outlook"
    Oct 23 12:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can Michel Combes Save Alcatel-Lucent? [View article]
    So what do you think it means for ALU assuming Softbank takes over Sprint? (Softbank vowed to not purchase and eventually replace equiptment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE)
    Jun 14 10:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Alcatel-Lucent: A Volatile Stock Requiring Lots Of Patience [View article]
    Care to speculate on what it means for ALU assuming Softbank takes over Sprint? (Softbank vowed to not purchase and eventually replace equiptment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE)
    Jun 14 10:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deterioration In Europe Could Cost Alcatel-Lucent In Q1 [View article]
    What do you all think it means for ALU assuming Softbank takes over Sprint? (Softbank vowed to not purchase and eventually replace equiptment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE)
    Jun 14 10:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Clearwire Update: Bankruptcy And Default As Clearwire's Ace In The Hole [View article]
    So does anyone have an idea what percentage of clwr shareholders are most likely going to vote against Sprint's proposal? I know of Crest, Mount Kellett, Highside Capital Management, Glenview Capital Management and Chesapeake Partners Management Co, and I think there are others as well that have announced they are against it.
    May 3 11:44 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sprint Shareholders: Watch Out Below [View article]
    I agree that ALU is a highly speculative stock. However, take a look at S when it was close to $2 a share and Clwr when it was under $1. Everyone was tearing them apart and now S is trading over $7 and Clwr is over $3. ALU is at the same point they were, but have much more to offer. Just take a look at all the markets they are getting into. Yes, it is HIGHLY speculative, but with risk comes reward...
    Apr 19 06:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Today's Market News To Trade On: 5 Stocks Moving On News [View article]
    So I own 3,300 shares of Sprint, which I bought at $3 and 4,700 shares of Clearwire, which I bought at $2. I'm finally doing alright with both stocks, but with all that's going on I am at a loss of what I should do next.

    What are the chances of a Dish-Sprint partnership and what would that mean for Sprint's stock?

    Softbank said that it's capping Sprint's offer on Clearwire at $2.97 a share, should I sell Clwr now?

    Analysts are saying that, judging on past deals in the industry, Clwr should be selling for 4x as much. We all know that's not going to happen, but what are the chances of Sprint making an offer of $5 - $6 a share?

    When the Softbank-Sprint deal is finished, should I take the $7.30 a share and run? Should I go full in "New Sprint?" Should I split between the two? I'd like to hear some speculation on how analysts' believe "New Sprint" will perform six months after the deal, a year after the deal, maybe even longer.

    Most of the articles I've been reading have been from the perspective of just Sprint or just Clwr, I'd like to see some analyst opinions that target the individuals who own both.

    I know no one has all the answers so I have been doing as much research on my own as I can, but these are just some of the thoughts that have been running through my head....
    Dec 14 09:19 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sprint Is Having Christmas In November [View article]
    Maybe this keeps getting restated, but I have just over 3,000 shares that I purchased in the $3 range. Does that mean I get to sell UP TO 1650 shares for $7.30? Will I have the option to sell more than 1650 shares?

    Basically what I'm getting at is I still want to invest in "New Sprint" because I believe that there will be plenty of room for it to grow, but if it starts selling at $5.50 (or anything less than $7.30) wouldn't it make more sense to sell all my shares then reinvest instead of swapping a higher priced stock for a lower one?

    I have never been apart of a merger before so I am not exactly sure what this means for the individuals who are invested.
    Nov 16 08:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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