the average move (low to high) over the last 6 reversals was around $5.65
headed to $70 this time?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The last thing Greg is worried about is pumping the stock to make a short term gain. His holdings are way more than $6M.
But aren't there large gaps in time on insider activity? (when it's done, when it's reported, etc.). Three days seems awful tight.
The timing of story and the stock sale appears incredibly dubious. The story of a potential sale from 'people familiar with the matter' leaked out February 6, followed by his sale of shares on February 9. Between the two dates, the stock jumps 5 points. The story itself has no solid attribution, calling into question its validity.
Yeah the rumor seems to be fading, hopefully the M&A funds will keep it from returning to its regularly-scheduled distribution. Of course the whole thing could have been Wall Street playing the game to make a quick buck while this market stays bubbly.
Even if he wanted to comment at the time he could not because the company is public. He would not be able to comment on such a topic to employees en-masse until a public announcement was made. Why would anyone have believed him in the first place. From day one he was hired he always stated Motorola shareholders were better served splitting up the company.
MSI may not even be for sale. There have been no formal announcements. Just rumors, although these rumors usually come true in some form. Depending on who the company is sold to the employees may be better off. Being taken private would be a good thing.
Floyd is correct. Motorola never made real iPhones. Motorola does make battery eliminators. Perhaps you should investigate the battery eliminator bicycle attachment that was demonstrated as CES. This may solve your problem. The other option is a magneto. Most people don't have Motorola phones so perhaps you could borrow their iPhones when you need to make a call.
Motorola never made very good iPhones and so they got out of the business. Motorola once tried to make a phone for Al Roker, the NBC weatherman. This phone, the ROKR was a poor mans iPhone and could hold maybe 5 songs which you could download from mTunes. mTunes only had 5 songs, all by Milli Vanilli so this should have sold better than it did.
Currently Greg Brown, the CEO, is trying to sell what little remains of Motorola and perhaps Lenovo will want to buy the part that makes the battery eliminators.
Wrong message board as the 'real' Motorola hasn't made cellphones in a few years. Your phone is probably after Google bought that division. Now Google is selling it off to Lenovo (oh boy!).
Of course the original battery is most likely made by someone else anyway but still GoogleMot's responsibility. Should be from a good supplier though.
Now you have to be careful buying replacement batteries as there's a lot of knock-off garbage out there.
Yeah the battery should last several years if taken care of so I'm suspicious the charging system isn't working properly. Maybe you can take it to the store and have them check the phone and battery out. Best Buy is pretty helpful.
Heat damages the battery so beware of storing your phone in hot areas. Overcharging overheats the battery so don't leave it on the charger forever (although a good charging system should auto-detect). Storing a battery completely dead is bad too.
I also bought 2 replacement batteries, and one lasted a day, and the other one I have to recharge every night.
I also bought a Motorola phone in 2010. So 3 years, then 15 months. Now what ?
Its an outrage.
And I think it happens to everyone. Like the charger or the circuitry in the phone is designed not to hold up.