Is it a good sign indicating "near bottom" ?...cuz Chieftain is keeping his top Consigliere post on MB top (by posting and removing his post for 3 times already ?)
To add to it,
Nokia-India tax issue will most likely be resolved in Nokia's favor. India PM Narendra Modi is committed for India's economic growth and he made it very clear during his 6 days US visit (24-30 sep) that he will significantly improve business environment for foreign investors/businessmen by simplifying complex tax rules, removing unwanted bureaucracy and removing unwanted laws that prevents attractive business environment for foreign investors.
I am not sure when the tax issues will be resolved but I am very positive that whenever it is resolved, it will be resolved in Nokia's favor.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
When BR chorus will board the train again and begin its cheerful singing, that will be a sign we'd be moving North for...sometime but I'm not sure, if all the way straight up to ER station...the storm season is near in FL...
and it's a 3 long weeks to ER station...
Wall Street doesn't make much money when stocks go up or down at a gradual pace. They make tons of money with these unexpected gyrations so they will continue to move the markets up and down for bogus reasons. They also need to bring the market down to set it up for the huge rally that will follow the elections when Harry Reid gets his walking papers and Obama is neutered.
NOK has been down significantly this past week, dropping more than three percent because of sustained pressure on the Euro, weak general market conditions, as well as coordinated "short" attacks, all of which combined to cause a mild panic sell-off situation. However, it should be remembered that Nokia is a strong company with global roots: it has a healthy balance sheet, good margins for it's networking business, and also probably the strongest patent portfolio in the tech industry. As well, it also has a gem called "HERE" that is growing by leaps and bounds. All of that doesn't even taken into account innovative products waiting to be revealed from it's advanced technology division that were not included as part of the Microsoft deal. It should be remembered that Nokia spent billions of dollars on valuable R&D prior to it's fall from grace as the king of mobile. That means there is plenty of hidden value waiting to be exploited, and any major price drop is a real buying opportunity for intelligent investors wanting to make the most out of their money...
The current stock price is a joke; but also a good buying opportunity for those who wish to pick-up a bargin without much risk. Now is the time to buy more, in order to capitalize later when Nokia turns another profit earning quarter, and the price goes up a notch. Steady but sure is the name of this game! Do yourself a favor, and take the plunge, okay? Fortune favors the bold, as well as those who have the capability to recognize a good buying opportunity. That person might very well be you, and if so, then all I can say is that you are in the zone for being successful! Congratulations on recognizing true value and buying NOK at a crazy low price that others will eventually come to envy. Shrewd, smart, and forward looking - these terms barely do justice, and buying more NOK is likely going to be your best decision ever. See you on the upside (High Five).
Sentiment: Strong Buy (RTM)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Talk about finding a needle in a haystack. You fouind two words out of his many examples to start a rant about? What gives banana? Relax dude. You have a first class ticket on the NOK20 train.
Ribs, French fried, celery dips, buffalo wings, fried scallop, fried zuchini, chicken nuggets, pizza, garlic bread, beers........thank you nok20 team
What's new? Anytime in the world on any day no matter what year there is strive and crazy people. What, therefore, is new? They talk about Ebola, but where is the talk about Malaria killing a couple million this year - so that is not a problem then? I guess when it hits white people then it is a problem, is that the case? Nothing new, same old nonsense. BUT a very good time to buy NOK stock or other stock, that's the name of the game. You need to have down days or down weeks or down months or what's the point?