Credit Suisse says Nokia IP reflects massive potential.
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) (BIT:NOK1V) (HEL:NOK1V) is still in the take off stage, when it comes to new product development, materials technology, codecs and more, but these areas could unlock major value for the company in time ahead, says a report from Credit Suisse dated 20 June 2014 by analysts Kulbinder Garcha, Achal Sultania and Ray Bao. Analysts expect that IPR revenue would grow from #$%$600 million in 2014 to #$%$1.4 billion by 2017 “principally driven by renegotiations at Samsung/Apple driving EPS power of #$%$0.45.” The analysts at Credit Suisse stated that Nokia’s cumulative $60 billion of Research and development over the last 10 years that has earned the company many relevant IPR is the field of cellular standards, design, manufacturing, semis and OS. Analysts believe that major revenue generator will be the cellular patent portfolio, but other areas from where it could generate revenue are fields linked to the mobile phone market.
These are one year price projections. On the low side I agree. Nokia's IP value is long term. Out to 2017 and beyond. Nokia has mid-teen, double digit potential - but longer term. At least 3-4 years out.
CREDIT #$%$ is exactly that. They are corrupt to the core and not to be trusted. Now we quote them again? Don't you remember what they did to Nokia? That dirty word shouldn't be allowed on this board, along with the other dirty words, chickshitlittletomessageboard and his cronies.