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  • southrncal18 southrncal18 Mar 13, 2013 10:31 PM Flag

    Why I bought Nokia

    So many reasons to buy Nokia. The downside in very little. I am invested in Nokia, but not looking at the day to day drops. To the Moon Alice, I am hoping. The camera is the best and the ladies love a phone with the great camera, but there are so many other positives. Nokia has a special group of buyers that will buy it for the camera. Also, If I am a Skiier, I can leave my gloves on and still use the phone. May sound sound silly to some, but these factors got my attention. Another also, the mapping system is second to none. Another also also, China Mobile. Sit back and enjoy. Lastly also, the 10,000 patents. If the World holds together, we will make money.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • As unscientific as it sounds I bought nok because the best phone I ever had was a nokia. They might have gone through some troubles with win7.x but I believe w8 will be a clear winner.The whole w8 ecosystem is geared toward mobile and touch screen.It will take people a while to get used to it but It will happen.Nokia will be the major beneficiary of this.I doubled down when the China Mobile deal came through.For whatever reason the powers that be in China like Nokia.This will be a very profitable area for nok.This alone is reason enough to hold nok,everything else they do is frosting on the cake.I don't have numbers to support this only gut instinct but I put my money where my mouth is and I won't be a crybaby if I turn out to be wrong.Good luck

    • jtwerl Mar 13, 2013 10:53 PM Flag

      I'm long on NOK as well!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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