It is difficult to do business there because of poor infrastructure and corruption. If you don't have a gov't willing to make big changes, India will flounder like it always has.
Not boring if you keep buying at these levels, but most of us don't have the money. This is a long term game, whether you like it or not. All I know is NOK has a long way to go, which is positive
What's the relevance of your post? That's great for ALU shareholder, is that what you want?
Frenchy posts are entertaining. Reminds me of an ex-Hippie. Did little bit too much partying and 40 yrs later is a "character." What lovely hands....
That's what my Uncle said to someone when we were on a trip (excuse the pun) together, as he followed that person to various outside booths at a Fair. Nice gentleman, just.....
A wise and cogent response to NOK and the market in general. Patience is the biggest part of the market, but unfortunately some people think themselves as titans of industry or gods gift to trading and can do better than just having patience and a longer horizon.
Revenues miss is substantial. MJ1 effected the revenue, but also they did not have enough movies to bring the revenues up, which is obvious. Everyone can see they didn't have enough movies, so is that a surprise, I don't know how some people look at this. EPS is very good though.
Depends on forward guidance and how they can spin it. If not a good guidance, then I will send you the petroleum jelly for a "less" painful ride.
Triple why? I don't see it - so from 48 to 140ish - really? Bought in 40's is very good, but the only triple you will see is in your dreams.
Why comment on someone else who lurks on other boards? It seems like people use different aliases on each board, so how would you know this sam - maybe you are sam in sheep clothing?
Baby Baby don't get hooked on Sam.
I believe that bernstein bears are Contrarians toward Nokia. Nokia has done well as we all know and they know that, but they are taking the contrarian viewpoint for whatever purpose - they are selling the idea to customers, whether it works or not is up to them.
They had major accounting problems, remember? Boston Market was called back then Boston (I forget the name), but that's why it got killed and then changed the name to Boston Market. I like Boston Market in fact.