I tried to give you clues on NOK. Just like SODA, it is undervalued and putting better phones in the market. Up 10% today so I took profits. AAPL down today unfortunately but getting attractive again. Good luck as its needed.
Hey Blue, congrats on your profits! I'm glad NOK went up, I hope you'll make more money from it. However, I won't touch it because I don't think agree with the long term outlook. They already cut dividends, and second they did a sales-leaseback on their building. To sell real-estate at deep discount just to rent it back at a premium is a big red flag.
I'm also glad AAPL went down. Thanks for the good luck, but I don't need luck. Let me ask you, what should a long-term AAPL shareholder, such as myself, cheer for in the next few years? The stock price to go up or down?
I won’t keep you in suspense. We should wish for AAPL’s stock price to languish throughout the next few years. The logic is simple: If you are going to be a net buyer of stocks in the future, either directly with your own money or indirectly (through your ownership of a company that is repurchasing shares), you are hurt when stocks rise. And you can bet I'll be a net buyer for decades with my projected long life through my vegan diet.
I don’t expect to win many of you over to my way of thinking. Basically, if AAPL goes up I win, if AAPL goes down, I win even more. That is what I meant by I don't need luck.
If you want to understand more about this topic, then I recommend you google the following:
"Why Warren Buffett Hopes Shares Of IBM Languish"
You really don't know what you're talking about VEGANINVESTOR. And to point out a single thing to focus on for a global company that makes you not invest in it, GIVE ME A BREAK. Just admit you don't know enough about NOKIA to make an INTELLIGENT decision and you're following the AAPLE HERD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's a long term investment, but I took profits on the pop and sold at $4.06 from entering at $3.37. I'm going to reinvest that hopefully lower than where the stock is today. Did you read the investment thesis from CL last week Atty?