I've read from Joshuatree, $1.30/iPhonie and $1.20/iPad. Pretty sure I read that. Look up his posts from about 20-30 ago and you will easily find a nice description of Royalties from Apple and guidance. Thanks.
Lafolle - as far as you know, how many days of no buy back shares before earning release?
PoD. Another candidate for my chalkboard.
No buyback is allowed during pre earnings blackout, this has been written at least 3 or 4 times in the last days by Planet and I and was also posted on this MB a couple of months ago in a long message detailing the rules of the buyback, when Nokia started buying its own shares. As far as NOK, you should look at the long term, turning such a large company around is not going to take weeks or months.
Is this MeWagmytail? Very similar paragraph headings remind me of MeWag. I will look further in to this.
Yes chickenclown, I realize you do not like to deal with facts or logical argument.
You are a sad little creature - enjoy the rest of your day!
....came along and rescued them with, firstly cash infusions and a deal, and then the purchase of the devises unit . NOK was above $8 last Dec (hey fool, check NOK's history, it was once something like $900, but like when it was $3 or $1 that is not relevant to the new NOK) and since then it has done very little despite much cash, great products, good overall market, earnings, many big time recs, etc. I realize you do not understand HFT or manipulation by hedge funds, shorts, etc. but last week was a perfect example of running NOK down for options ex. If management had better used the cash and bought back more cheap shares, such manipulation would be more difficult and I think NOK would be much higher now. I think it should be much higher, and will be, but management could do much more.
oti and USA Technologies Ready for Apple Pay
MALVERN, PA and NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ--(Marketwired - Oct 21, 2014) - USA Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: USAT), a solutions provider of secure cashless transactions for unattended point-of-sale and On Track Innovations Ltd. (oti) (NASDAQ: OTIV), a global provider of near field communication (NFC) and cashless payment solutions, today confirm that oti's NFC contactless Saturn 6500 readers deployed in the U.S. with USAT's ePort solutions are compatible with Apple Pay, Apple's new mobile payment service, and will accept payment made by consumers with Apple Pay
Sentiment: Strong Buy
He is obviously some wacko that has landed here because it craves attention....