Buse wasn't ready for the job and Lukies is a salesman, not a manager. Just a matter of time....
It is a about jealously for some reason, which I don't get. Apple is successful so why would people want to disparage it? They have created alot of jobs and are innovative, which goes for many successful companies. Because you are the top dogs doesn't mean you are "evil." Humans are still very primal, always picking sides or undercutting competition. When do we evolve from this primal instinct?
I believe Apple will pay a smaller percentage of the damages or Apple will do something for University of Wisconsin. This will be worked out just fine, but this is not a broad patent story, unless you want to make it one. Each case should be seen on its own merit and not to be lump in one pot. Anyone a patent lawyer that knows the particulars of this case? No.
With time and patience. It may take years, but when it does, you may want to be on the train. If you are unsure or have other fires in the iron, then limit your exposure to NOK stock. Instead of having 5000 shares, limit it to 1000 shares as an example. If you think NOK will explode upward anytime soon you are kidding yourself. I would be glad if it held 7 by the end of the year.
So you are discounting all the other companies? You get paid to post, I get it, but aren't you embarrassed to post this? Well, at least you got your commission from me, good luck with that. Did you go to college to do this?
We are doomed. It is like the fear of the walking dead over here. LA is infected and humans are lunch.
But the good thing, we don't have to worry about stocks or the economy anymore - always a silver lining. But other than that, the creeps are creeping.
Cramer is good for entry level investors, but as you watch the market and certain companies you like for a long period of time, you notice that he doesn't know any more than you or I and is just performing. He has been on TV a long time now, whether working his morning TV gig or late afternoon gig. Smart guy for sure, making a boatload of money and a celebrity, but ultimately it is up to you to make your investor decisions. Swoop, you know more about Nokia than Cramer.
Up over 40 this morning again, now about. 39.57. This is not unique to LGF and wouldn't call it a trend, but something to look at in the short term.
The stock has been disheartening for a long time now. I don't blame mgmt, but the traders who are playing and the market conditions in general. Maybe it will break out of this range. I guess we are in a bear market now, so knows what might happen.