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  • greenzero44 greenzero44 Dec 8, 2012 3:35 AM Flag

    What is the absolute max potential, and max loss?

    So, let's be honest there are a lot of pumpers and dumpers on this forum, as well a shorters who should be banned. BUT im trying to be realistic here. what is a realistic max potential for summer 2013? and dont tell me $100 like that one. lumia is great but nokia makes most of their money portfolio, and the company is still losing money.

    serious posters only! no fanboys

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    • If Nokia was to be liquidated it's assets would cover $5 share price at least, there's simply no way this company could be sold for less unless it would have a very large negative balance to offset. As for the potential for summer 2013. Fantastic WP8 launch, China Mobile + the other Chinese operator totaling 900M+ customers, real comeback in Europe, turning the trend in USA, 620 a success in developing countries(huge mass).. royalties from the patents going up with the increased sales of smartphones and now RIMM having to pay as well.. When you factor all these and the fact that there's like 20% of the shares sold short, then I think a double from here by the summer is not unthinkable.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • u ar clearly sorties. Make ur own judgement when to cover. I am holdimg and not selling soon

    • Under $4.00--- is 100% winner. $5.00 is in the making + short squeeze + Dividends.
      The FALL of NOkia starting from $11 before WP introduce! To be realistic Min NoKia should be back $11 and Max $15-$20= Given Institutions + shorts Cover by Summer 2013. IMO prediction

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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