Ha yes and to be said on soo many levels of the journey.
and same results, I wake up sober...
oh, those guts oh ya, same results,
nok going up....
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Whatever games are being played to marginalize the true value of NOK will not prevent this from rising again in the future. You can play the pessimist if you like, but I am inclined to view the glass as being half full, even if the MM's manage to drag down the price further. Sticking the wrong price tag on this stock won't work forever, though, and if you were interested in telling the full truth, then you should be encouraging others to invest rather than warning them off...
why would there be any exemption? there will be exemption for Microsoft since it licensed nokia's patents, but any other vendor would need to do the same thing (license) to use nokia's patents. nokia isn't Microsoft so what does it care now whether vendor is window phone or android or ios..
Steady flow of income..
it was the attraction of the adventure..
speaking of ventures, spring and dish in a deal.Bloomberg..
Great posts, Sydney.
I thought this was an interesting side note: 'It is unclear whether Nokia will offer any special exemptions for Samsung's Windows Phone handsets. Nokia did not spare the Radar 4G Windows Phone from HTC Corp. (TPE:2498) in the pair's recent ongoing legal strife. However, Microsoft has since received a confidential licensing agreement for Windows Phone as part of the Nokia Devices deal -- leaving it unclear whether or not Windows Phone (as a platform) has received licensing from Nokia (meaning all Windows Phones released from Q3 2013 on would likely be protected), or if the licensing only applies to Nokia Devices' Windows Phones. The licensing pact, like the deal between Apple and Nokia, is sealed, so we may never know (given that Samsung has already settled with Nokia and HTC is likely to settle).'
If all Windows phones are covered by the Nokia-Microsoft agreement, that would be a big incentive for manufacturers to make Windows phones even though they would pay a software fee. But it would not bring any extra money to Nokia. Alternatively, if Nokia has the same relationship as it has with Qualcomm, it would still be able to exact royalty payments from Microsoft's customers just as it is with Qualcomm's customers.
That's not really the point: it could be that western G7 nations are now reconsidering their relationship with the current Indian regime. When I last checked, India uses Soviet/Russian weapons. Nokia's tax problem may just be a symptom of growing hostility...
I would not be surprised at all. Guess what, the last six session of dropped on very low suspicious volume has been attributed to a high probability of large hedge fund accumulation. One board member post a note that found that hedge fund massively increase their holdings in Nokia.
It looks as though Nokia isn't the only one having trouble with the Indian government lately:
India has ordered a series of reprisals against the US over the arrest of one of its diplomats in New York.
Security barricades around the US embassy in Delhi have been removed and a visiting US delegation was snubbed.
Devyani Khobragade, deputy consul general, was handcuffed upon arrest last week. US officials have confirmed she was strip-searched afterwards.
She denies visa fraud and making false statements over allegations that she underpaid her Indian maid.
I need to forget about this stock for awhile because, out of nowhere I received info that's convinced me we will see $7....no replies please. Take me with a grain of salt. To bad the longs sold. Later you all take care....Happy Holidays!
High 57 you got got it. A drop a million times amounts to quite a bit.
That is where a bunch of NOK future revenue will come from. That is why the established competitors wanted them out. We are lucky to have survived. We have paid a heavy ramsom to MSFT but NOK is here and its owners are entitled to the revenue its IP will generate.
Harley, s chizophrenia, is doing the same thing again and again and expecting different results.
These organized shorts are hilarious, predictable and spotable from a mile away.
Their bosses must be running "short " to hire the same guys that could not get it done before.
Thanks for the facts ! L & B ! Nokia is a winner ! 2014 will be a year to remember !
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