They cannot be talking about ALSK. But I live in hope.
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I would be ecstatic at half that price...$6.25 would be a great price!
Alaska Communications Systems Group (NASDAQ:ALSK)‘s stock had its “outperform” rating reiterated by analysts at Northland Securities in a research report issued to clients and investors on Thursday, MarketBeat reports. They currently have a $12.50 price target on the stock. Northland Securities’ target price indicates a potential upside of 465.61% from the stock’s current price.
I have a nose for a bear stock. ALSK traps investors about twice a year. There's a lot of obsolete equipment in property, plant and equipment assets and negative cash flow last quarter.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
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50,000 shares traded down 7 points.. is that what you call manipulation? I bought a back 6000 shares 9 points cheaper then I sold them for. Looks like I battled back our low today. The block trades were all 100, 200, 800, 1500 & repeat.. No news, still share price swings like a Pendulum. 375k shorts, I think someone is cashing in on the high and lows every day.
Until any real news, the 200 day average is $2.15 . I think mm are trying to scare people out of their position.. with 55 million shares in the 2’s it doesn’t take much to manipulate.
September 21st, 2015 - 0 comments - Filed Under - by Jennifer Langley
Shares of Alaska Communications Systems Group (NASDAQ:ALSK) have earned an average broker rating score of 1.00 (Strong Buy) from the one analysts that provide coverage for the stock, Zacks Investment Research reports. One research analyst has rated the stock with a strong buy recommendation.
Zacks has also given Alaska Communications Systems Group an industry rank of 109 out of 265 based on the ratings given to related companies.
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100% right robot. 5G will be fast but only used for mobile data plans,autonomous driving,and emergency services. To much traffic would jam the spectrum and carriers aren't investing in 5G to offer unlimited data plans to the world..LOL.. 5G will use high frequency, build out will be slow,and need small cells in place about every 600-700 ft in each direction.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hard lines will be go to for data for the foreseeable future. Mobile is handy for certain situations, but it just isn't competitive in terms of GB/dollar and spectrum issues limit how far it can go. And the timeline for large 5G deployments is past 2020.
P U. I smell trouble. 5G is coming and it will make landlines and satellites obsolete in all but the most rural places.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Sep 01, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Alaska businesses can now access important data faster and improve productivity with Alaska Communications ALSK, +0.00% and Nimble Storage. Alaska Communications is now the lead provider for Nimble Storage, the flash storage solutions company, in Alaska. The partnership allows local businesses and enterprises to use the Nimble Adaptive Flash platform in their IT infrastructure.
“Data storage is a concern for every business. We’re proud to have a world-class partner to bring local organizations the best in secure data storage on or off our network, and provide them with a local team of experts to help implement and manage their storage solutions,” Alaska Communications Vice President of Managed Services Chris Reaburn said.
“Small businesses need a fast, reliable storage solution for the data they use every day to run their business, such as payroll, billing and customer information. Enterprises like healthcare providers, financial institutions, oil and gas companies and government agencies need dependable storage for their data and the ability to retrieve it quickly. For example, with other data storage solutions it can take several minutes to access large data files such as customer databases, 3-D heart scans or geophysical files. With Nimble Storage and our fiber optic network, we help improve productivity by making it nearly instantaneous,” said Reaburn.
Nimble’s storage solution uses the latest in storage technology. This allows businesses to be more efficient and productive, which ultimately allows them to better serve customers while lowering costs.
Businesses can store data onsite, offsite or in Nimble Storage’s hosted environment, keeping their critical data safe, secure and quickly available.
“Nimble Storage believes enterprises should not have to compromise performance, capacity, ease of use or price. Therefore, we’ve built a partner ecosystem to provide enterprises access to our innovative storage technology from their existing trusted partners,” said Dan Leary, vice president of worldwide marketing at Nimble Storage.
Nimble is redefining storage with its Adaptive Flash platform. Customizable packages are available from Alaska Communications. The Alaska Communications network is the only Alaska-based network that’s Ethernet 2.0 certified, providing the ultimately in reliability and security.