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  • American Airlines Group - Heart-Wrenching Moments [View article]
    Feel free to peruse my series of blog posts on this merger case, starting with this: http://bit.ly/19GrpbF
    Dec 10 11:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The New American Airlines Is On [View article]
    Feel free to visit my blog for a conversion formula: http://bit.ly/1bDNitj
    Nov 20 05:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • American Airlines Shares Keep Climbing Higher After Recovering From A Near-Fatal Tailspin [View article]
    Hi Ty, T,

    Please call me Richard. Hiep's Finance is the name of my blog.

    Currently there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the merger; in particular, the value of the new company and thus LCC stock price at deal closing date. Everyone knows AAMRQ is a volatile stock, and hence AAMRQ is traded at a discount from that implied by LCC's current stock price. But you see, the gap has closed significantly since the settlement was announced.
    Nov 13 11:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • American Airlines Shares Keep Climbing Higher After Recovering From A Near-Fatal Tailspin [View article]
    Ty, T,

    Of course you can. Your AAMRQ will just be converted to equivalent shares in the new company. Check out my blog post for more info: http://bit.ly/12yQDs5
    Nov 7 05:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AMR Corp Shows How Useful A Chapter-11 Reorganization Can Be [View article]
    It's not either or; the terms of the merger agreement have been finalized and are only waiting for the final word from the judge.
    Oct 28 04:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • AMR Corp Shows How Useful A Chapter-11 Reorganization Can Be [View article]
    If the merger is approved, AAMRQ shares should be valued according to LCC share price with less of a discount from uncertainty. With the current LCC price, AAMRQ should be valued at around $12 per share. I have written a formula for this that is now widely used in investing and trading forums: http://bit.ly/12yQDs5
    Oct 28 04:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Come On Mr. Icahn, Come To Our Rescue! [View article]
    Thanks! Any clue about which side the shareholders will swing toward?
    Sep 3 08:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Come On Mr. Icahn, Come To Our Rescue! [View article]
    Serious question guys:

    Did Nokia have to consult with the Board of Directors and major shareholders on this deal?
    Sep 3 05:49 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft buying Nokia's Devices & Services unit, licensing IP for $7.17B [View news story]
    Thanks, diablogun. I think this deal is far from being over. If I were a shareholder that had invested in Nokia in the early 2000's I sure as hell would not accept a $2 per share bid for the D&S department.
    Sep 3 12:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft buying Nokia's Devices & Services unit, licensing IP for $7.17B [View news story]
    Huawei for example could be interested in buying the D&S department to expand market share.
    Sep 3 12:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft buying Nokia's Devices & Services unit, licensing IP for $7.17B [View news story]
    Does anyone know if Nokia would have to obtain shareholders' approval to sell a business unit?
    Sep 3 01:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Is Nokia's Enigma [View article]
    Oh so your 40.00 stock price prediction in the "Nokia: Sell side bears don't play fair" discussion was sarcastic. Guess I didn't get it.
    Sep 3 01:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Is Nokia's Enigma [View article]
    dwdallam, are you still holding on to your dream of a $40 stock price?
    Sep 3 01:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Sell Side Bears Don't Play Fair [View article]
    Seppo2,

    We are not discussing philosophy on this board. What we are doing here is business analysis supported by empirical evidence and logical argument. As such, the participant's intention and personal circumstances have no bearing whatsoever on the soundness of his argument. If someone says "Nokia's cash flow is dwindling because they have to make heavy investments on NSN's expansion and new Lumia smartphone devices' advertisement", then the validity of the argument doesn't depend on whether Warren Buffett or a high school student says it. It doesn't matter if a bull or a bear says it. It's the same argument. Exact same argument, word by word.

    On the other hand, for comments like:

    "I guarantee NOK will hit $20 in 2 years"
    or
    "I believe things are not as good/bad as they sound, but it's just my belief"

    , personal circumstances do play somewhat of a role, but comments such as those should not be taken seriously anyway. People that actually have some authority will never say things along that line.
    Aug 30 12:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Sell Side Bears Don't Play Fair [View article]
    Seppo2,

    Since when do we base the soundness of an argument on the writer's personal circumstances? How is it different if a NOK bull makes the exact same argument as a NOK bear? Involving personal bias can only ruin discussions.
    Aug 30 01:21 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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