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  • chi1town chi1town Sep 14, 2012 12:59 PM Flag

    Day Trader Always Lose in the End and Why Nokia goes to $4 just because of China

    The action in the stock is typical of all the day traders taking profits. $3 has been the magic number for them. They will buy back in in the mid $2's and then get out again at $3. Eventually they miss the big move and never get back in. There are two catalyst at play that will bring that about. Oct 18th earnings and Q1 2013 sales figures. Nokia only needs to sell 10 million phones to get around $4. With the news of China Mobile and Verizon coming on board, that will happen easily. In China, they are working on 4LTE, should be done in 6 to 9 months. When that happens then Apple will be sold there. Nokia gets a big head start in that market. The largest market for growth in smart phones. Who cares how much the sell here, China and Europe cement their foothold and help grow the Asha brand too. Smart to make a variation of the 920 for China. Apple is arogant to not have done the same after China Mobile snubbed them last time and gave Android 80% market share. Now that market has two systems to pick from and no Apple.

    Stay long and you will be thankful in the end. The day traders did the same thing to Sprint for over a year and once the gave up they missed the real profits. Not to mention the 40% tax hit they take all day long. I bought sprint at $2.30 and had to deal with a year up day traders jacking it around. Then the catalyst came in the earnings and in less than a month I win they lose. Come May, $4 to $5 in this stock. Then institutions might take an interest and move it higher.

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