Just 357 more days (excluding weekends and holidays) till we reach $9.00. Please enough innuendos. First time on this board today and it's bad enough to see that such a good stock can only gain .01 a day. Remember this is a leap year. Kidding aside next couple of quarters and Nok will be sitting pretty. For most of you that's just a drop in the bucket. By then I fully expect more upgrades and out of the junk status. Also by then a good stock will not be so easy to find and people will be falling over each other to get into Nok.
Just lol! Why do you use a new thread for every post. This is such code wasting. I'd be willing to make you a wager that I could save you thou$and$ per year if I followed you around. I could show you many ways of cost-saving around your daily life...guaranteed.
You will always be a dingle berry and that's the good news......
...that means you really, really, really have patience to hold NOK from that level ($10?) down to $2 and now back up to $8. So I guess $8 does look good to you. But the FACT is in four years you are still down on that position. Again I invest to make money and while I do not always do so, over all I have done quite well on NOK, etc. But yes, very tired of NOK's underperformance this past year. And I do consider NOK undervalued so will still hold, (mostly leaps). You are also a fool to fall for S&P numbers, estimates, etc.and to even analyze a "new" company like NOK by traditional, fundamental means. IDIOT!
Note: some who use my headlines I have on ignore, so I do not see the text of those posts..
Wish you would go the way of the dodo because you are sure one, a loser and a whiner left to your own demise, and thank goodness you are up to the task. Such a disappointment to you know who.............
....anything about. You make false assumptions (as all dumb people do) such as how long I have owned NOK. I owned NOK back in the 1990's actually. Did you? I recently have owned it (shares and leaps) since early 2013 in the low $3's but have sold most of those positions for nice gains, (and exchanged them for options that were not so deep ITM. That's was the smart move. Unlike the fools like you who think it is fairly valued, yet still hold on to it for over a year now of no gains, (well I guess you must have big loses from 2011 if you are honest about buying it then-checkout what NOK was trading for in 2011 fool!) . You posted that you owned NOK since 2011, well that means you had to have bought it at a much higher price and chump investor that you clearly are may be trying to hold on to it just to get back even. Never smart; only hold a stock if you think it is undervalued at that time.
Well I was not "bragging" that I bought BP not too long ago at $36 (now over $41) with a 6.6% div. but pointing out that NOK's tiny div meant little to me, while the nice BP one does. As for the 12-14% div. you claim, if you were more intelligent you would know that such a div. is essentially a fraud, and unsustainable. You are such a phony and fraud that you do not post what stock that div. is on.
As for patience, that can just be yet another excuse for not making any money and being a management apologist and accepting your bad returns (losses) and signing like little Anne about "tomorrow, tomorrow". But thanks for your permission for me to hold or sell. I give you my permission to hold even though you think NOK is already fairly valued.
Bozo, you look very silly and like someone without a lot of investment experience, formal education or even common sense!
Evidently something strange is happening behind the scene...BR chieftain fr3nchie is also missing since last weekend. Him and his sidekick, digital alter ego, harley... they both mysteriously disappeared after, as rumor goes,..went together for a trip to Grand Canyon. They were last seen standing together and holding hands on the edge of sooth canyon's rim... but it was well after sunset and getting dark... so, no one could see what they did or didn't do later... dark mystery so far... and no witnesses to shad more light...???
easy answer to why NOK only has 10% institutional, the junk debt rating.
A lot of the problem I think is a portion of the d and s sale was counted as income creating a skewed trailing p/e. I think nok burned a lot of people/institutions on the way down.They will wait until nok is very solid before investing.However I think we are fairly valued right now looking at forward p/e, within a range.I hoping sammy gives us a bunch of money then things will change.
These are the latest S&P report numbers. I have no idea how accurate they will prove to be. Neither do you. But I do like your numbers better. Where did you get them from?
I'm not talking about last years earnings. Go back and read the post. These are 2015 projections devoid of D&S and straight up with ERIC. The #1 player in Nokia's sector.
These projections were taken from the latest S&P report which is fair to dispute. These are their projections not mine. They were used on a comparative basis. What numbers are you working with and what is your source? I'd like to see them because projected net earnings are the primary reason for Nokia's current shareprice and the source of much dismay on this board. I'm trying to figure out why Nokia has only 10% Institutional investment.
It's earnings growth plain and simple.
We project earnings per ADS of $0.37 in 2015
and $0.40 in 2016, using an exchange rate of
0.88 euro per U.S. dollar.
....it's good to see a lot of familiar names still here. I'm still here, just not active. I still hold shares and continue to believe this stock is still in the first phase of its recovery. Now, when that second leg begins, that's the question. I'm hoping I'll get a clue, but, who knows with this market and so many variables. I wish my long time fellow longs good fortune.
The forthcoming fifth generation of mobile broadband technology is not about enabling ultrafast transmission speeds, but about having a ubiquitous and resistant connectivity to support billions of interconnected devices, according to telecoms infrastructure provider Nokia Networks.
"5G is not about speed. It's not about having a bigger pipe to transport data and reach astronomic velocities. 5G is about enabling the connectivity of billions of things in a fast way, efficiently and with the minimum latency possible," the company's Latin America head, Dimitri Diliani, told BNamericas.
While 3G had challenges with latency and speed, 4G LTE significantly improved bandwidth and allowed for a more efficient use of the spectrum. Without 5G, though, the estimated 50bn connected devices in a few years will "choke" the networks, according to IDC.Echoing the industry's understanding that 5G will be the internet of things technology, Diliani said it is still very nascent and highlighted the importance of the definition of standards for the use of the technology.
"No company will invest or build any 5G network if there's no phone to communicate with," he said.
The first standards are expected to be out sometime next year. Diliani sticks to the industry forecast of 2020 for the commercial debut of the technology, but warned that it will take a while after that before becoming widespread.
With the respect to Latin America's adoption of 5G, the Nokia executive said the region "will be a follower, eventually a quick one, but will not lead." After years of voice-oriented 2G being prevalent, Latin America has just now become a 3G-dominant market, with 4G LTE deployment still at an early stage.
Diliani did not project a date for the arrival of the technology in the region, and admitted operators' current focus on the expansion of other technologies could delay 5G investments and scale growth.
Nokia Networks is one of the global players engaged in the development of 5G in Latin America, through facilities such as the research center in Brazil opened in partnership with a local university
A pleasure to read a thoughtful post from you....I had given up all hope that such a thing was possible....sure the could take some blame....it just seems that their way of dealing with the issue is to perform and post solid numbers....perhaps not the fastest way to raise perception but certainly effective in the long run.
That's it when losing an argument resort to name calling. I've owned Nokia a lot longer than you have yet whine about Nokia's shareprice a lot less. You should sell your shares and move on since it's obvious Nokia is causing you much duress. This is a long term investment that you obviously lack patience for.
btw, you're bragging about a 6.6% dividend? How does 12-14% sound to you? You want to continue as the Whining Board Chump? Carry on as usual.
Why do you keep saying they have a higher multiple? If you strip out D&S from last year's earnings, it is higher than .37, and that does not include improved guidance, higher top-line, patent revenue increases already forecasted outside of Samsung, and HERE's updated 7-12% operating margins for the year. You should do a bit more research because you are off by quite a bit.
Sentiment: Strong Buy