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  • richeydouglas@ymail.com richeydouglas Feb 1, 2013 7:00 PM Flag

    There is absolutely no way I would sell one share of this... seeking alpha wants your shares cheap.

    Investing a lot of times is pure speculation let the shorts have thier way a little, This windows phone you have to know is the redemption of this company... hold your shares tight and give them to nobody.

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    • corneliusflake@rocketmail.com corneliusflake Feb 1, 2013 7:38 PM Flag

      i got email from the onion web site saying they want my shares. are they ok to sell to, just not SA?

    • read the article from seeking alpha. sometimes they have good articles. this one shows me that legalized pot is affecting someone very badly. let him sell his shares, I am holding mine and accumulating. i don't want to compare elop to jobs, but there are some similarities. steve jobs was very effective because he is brilliantly and brutally honest. he is right to the point and he criticize with merit. elop seems to be the same. everyone was wondering why he did not sugar coated nokia's problem, instead came out and called nokia's own os a burning platform. Well, elop was right and funny thing is that blackberry is having a nuclear melt down year after year .. and they are still living in a fantasy land. without apps to support your os, your os is as dead as any corps six feet under. the only ones that can stand on the ground and give a good fight for smartphone os markets are android and iPhone, and then you have microsoft who got tons of money to go after that market. blackberry is still in a dream land... the best thing can happen to their shareholders is someone would buy it out. nokia can survive on its own, and will gain some market share. elop has something else planned and we shall see what comes next for nokia. elop's brutally honest style is just what a company in trouble needs... that is why i am putting my money in nokia.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • Is it possible that the author of that SA article Bofah, must also write for the register and the economic times in India.

        Fake article Wednesday, then yesterday another one, and one today on SA. That is 3 days in a row that these guys can't put a meaningful thought together on paper to knock the price down.

        You would think that they would learn by now that many North American investors know more about their stocks than they do. This is why their bashing to drop the pps doesn't work, but that won't stop them from trying.

        This guy Kofi did not get one favourable comment on his copy and paste work, not surprising. English is more than just putting words together, they must have meaning.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • I like Elop's strategy. Let Microsoft develop the best cellphone O/S and let Nokia develop the best hardware. With MSFT's help, tons of developers are with us automatically. It's a good symbiosis for both companies as evidenced by Microsoft's increasing market share in mobile and Nokia's (always) sold out L920. The next quarters are very interesting.

 
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