They missed on the high side of the average analysts estimate. Estimate was 65 cents; actual was 66 cents. Sure there were some higher estimates clear up to 71 cents but with 28 estimates you cant expect to hit the highest of them. You are one greedy lady who is certain to live a life of disappointment.
Earnings were a penny more than the average analyst estimate but there were analysts that forecast 71 cents and caused T to go up $1.50 higher. Those investors were disappointed and are getting out. When they are gone, T will begin to go up at a little slower pace. JMHO
the earning were up a penny yes,, but how,,, buying back shares, selling assets, laying off people… they didn't do it by growing the revenue ? eventually there is only so long you can do this, then cut the divvy to raise cash , its only a matter of time, or what the market might be telling you..
Faber just badmouthed T's results. Cramer said they did pretty good but Faber was a bit more harsh. Growth was more tablet than cell and Faber said they really aren't growing at all. Faber then said UVERSE did well.
didn't the growth per share or earnings per share, have a lot to do with the share buy back, of course making less shares,,, you know you just can't keep doing this, at one point you must grown your earning with revenue growth and T hasn't done this is years now……