Wow your sentence structure makes you look highly educated. I must have hit a nerve :).
If only they paid that much. I'm certain pretentious joshau3xxx thinks he knows how much, but since he posts mostly made up stuff, and he thinks share buy backs are bad (well he does not understand them) and only done out of cash flow, his numbers are mostly fiction. Most share buy backs of any big significance (and no company needs to significantly reduce shares like NOK does) come from savings or a windfall, like the $7.5B NOK got from MSFT. Of course since the management apologists are happy with losing money for over a year in a strong market, and do not understand buybacks or splits, they will continue to sing their same losing song and be thrilled if NOK is up 10 cents. All the best companies are buying back shares now, but none need it like NOK.
I wonder what cheaper euro alone would bring to their future business outlook due to the monetary easing policy in Europe?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
btw, split some greens with ur bro planet...he was crying yesterday that ppl no longer give him greens as they used to...now, put ur robergratz suite and go to Jndia, check whats new about factory, courts and taxes...
Listen u 15 device, greenidiot...practice flute, cuz Gala concerto is around the corner and the line of ur admirers is long...everyone wants "Ecstasy" performed by u...cuz no one do it better !
We come here for your guidance and schooling. Your boundless knowledge on investing debunks the myth that Yahooooo MB's are non-educational. Please continue with your teachings. Also, it's nice to see people with pleasant personalities on here as well.
Oh wait...It is April Fools Day isn't it?
Little chicken, thanks for repeating the head line saying you are stupid. That's dumb! I guess you are also a homophobe as most of your intellect tend to be. Rodney was an icon.
My drones have spotted a lot of movement near the launching pad at Cape Canaveral.
Several 55 gallon drums of Tang were dropped off at 09:30 this morning.
Start practicing your "Moon Walk" dance folks.
The winner will receive the following:
1. One set of Mickey Mouse ears.
2. One fully loaded squirt gun.
3. One case of Gerber pureed banana's
From the USPTO site description:
"There has been no elegant way to efficiently blend the value offered by laptops at one end, with smart phones on the other. When a person is moving around his/her home in different rooms or resting on a couch while using his/her mobile device, a laptop is often too heavy, uncomfortably overheats, or takes too long to boot-up to simply play a song. Smart phones remain highly personal, yet largely disconnected from surrounding home technology. Tablets offer versatile experiences, but in many cases they need to be supplemented by different accessories such as separate qwerty keyboards, pop-out stands and protective cases.
Now a new versatile two-part apparatus is provided. In various example embodiments, the apparatus adapts to various mobile experiences elegantly, whether it's room hopping/couch surfing/cooking up in the kitchen at home, commuting to work via bike or bus, or sharing media at a party or over coffee. In various example embodiments the apparatus adapts to people's needs in mobile use cases alongside their needs in more stable (or "not so mobile") use cases without having to resort to add-on accessories or multiple extra devices. In mobile use cases people's needs include for example the following: enabling heads-up use, communicating while moving, compact size, glanceable display, and personal use. In stable use cases people's needs include for example the following: heads-down use, at home use, larger screen, social use, seated use, and enabling continuous typing.
In an example embodiment of the invention there is provided a two-part apparatus comprising a base part and a detachable display part. The base part comprises a cavity formed therein and the apparatus is configured to have at least a closed configuration and an open configuration. In further embodiments, the apparatus additionally comprises an intermediate configuration and/or a detached configuration."
That is rather harsh. You are correct that one should not "marry" a stock, but one should also hold for a longer period of time as well. So is holding the same thing as marrying, from my perspective, no. Too many people going in and out of stocks and think they know something, but in the end they do not make as much money if you held for awhile, through good times or bad. The traders that make money are few and the others just kid themselves. You got to watch your stocks though and one shouldn't have too many.
Pre-Marrket volume now over 4.6 million shares
(8:56AM) another huge block trade 2,165,000 shares @ $ 8.08
Poor mefag - you and zutzo are competing for the Rodney Dangerfield award...