LGF was up 14% in after hours yesterday afternoon, now this morning is looks "so-far" at 0%, the big money who play with this stock have their own game going on. I'm not writing it won't be up significantly today, but how they play with LGF is interesting. This is not a stock for the faint at heart.
Obviously it won't be him or his closest people. Nokia is a work in progress and if you have time and patience it will work out. Not easy though.
Why not? Imagine if most cars were self-driving? Accidents, injuries and deaths would be cut significantly, that's good right?
I repeated below what you got from Motley Fools - You made it your own, how nice:
On the other hand, Nokia sells for less than 11 times earnings, is projected to grow at nearly 16%, and pays a 3.5% dividend yield, to boot. Nokia stock bears all the hallmarks of an excellent value play, and is a good example of a stock being cheap enough that even Wall Street can't fail to recognize it.
Wasn't the idea that raising the rates the long term plan? During the housing bubble/financial crash in 2007/2008 they lowered interests rates to 0 which was seen as a temporary stop gap to "save" the economy and bail out AIG, GM, Citibank, made Morgan Stantey and Goldman Sach much more powerful, now they want it back to more "normal" levels, what's right and what's wrong here? We were warned about this, I remember. The country was pumped up with steroids and now they are taking the steroids away, right? It is hard to get off the drugs. We got all this free money, but the party is over and they want it back with higher interest rates. It is very good long term to get off the drugs, unfortunately, we ALL have to live NOW. The lowering of the interest rates and the bail outs only delayed the inevitable, which we are stasrting to seeing now. Thanks Bush and Obama for getting us over the hump, that we will start paying for now.