Hi, anybody else invested in this stock? I think with the wealth of oil reserves offshore Nigeria, this Company will do very well. London is clearly the prime market but let's hope there is take up in the US too.
It has good fundamentals. I bought in over a month ago and am up 40%. If the Canadian interest spills over in to the US then it could end up a long way north of here.
I think it is quite fantastical that anybody could even think about shorting NOK at a time when it's share price is already at the bottom. It couldn't go lower given the patent inventory and prospects for the new product launches.
Seem strange that there isn't much chat on this message board. Anybody got any opinions about LLTC? I go the impression this was about to take off not long ago but it seems there is strong resistance around 35. Just looking for it to chug north a little further and I can rationalise my portfolio.
It's odd to say the least that it is still in place. Surely there is nothing left to hide, or is there? Think there could be another big surprise round the corner.
Hmmm, gradually losing faith in this company. Been in it for a while now and really expected big things of it. Not so sure they can break in to the big leagues just because they don't seem to put enough effort in.
AAPL - no chance. Shot it's load. Amazing that in a time when PC sales are being slammed - the best product reception at the recent release was not the headline iPad mini, but the revamped iMac. I think they are done for the near future and competitors will merely be making holes in their market share from here on in.
NOK - without a doubt. It's a sleeping giant that has set it's alarm clock for round about NOW!!!!
Good article on Seeking Alpha. With the sales pitch about to begin, we could be looking at a turnaround story. Doesn't take much on the positive side to drive the momentum forward.
I don't think too much needs to be read in to today's NOK earnings release. Forward projections based on sales of new phone models will ultimately drive this stock higher. They've been sleeping over the last few years and allowed the likes of HTC and Samsung to steal a march on them in the smart phone market. But they get phones and they will come back strong. All aboard for some of the easiest gains in the market over the next 24 months.
Good strong dividend, robust in a recession, innovative fast food franchise with growth potential. It's a winner all round.
Exactly - they are in a very good position right now. I think we have a bottom around these levels and it can only get better from here. Nokia are finally starting to realise that they have to compete in this smartfone market. They will ride the wave up.