Just be patient.Once deal is finalized between Microsoft / Nokia deal and possibly a dividend lookout.Volume will explode
You should watch out for one type of split as a possible danger signal and that’s the reverse split.
In a reverse split, the company reduces the number of outstanding shares and the per share price rises accordingly.
For example, a company might execute a 1-for-2 reverse stock split, which means for every two shares you own, you would now own one and the per share price doubles.
A reverse stock split is often used to prop up a stock’s price, since the price rises on the split. Often a company will do a reverse split to keep the stock price from falling below the minimum required by the stock exchange where it is listed.
Clearly, this is a sign that something is wrong if a company can’t keep its stock price above the exchange’s minimum listing price and caution is advised. Help the company do not hinder
When the Dow was 16,400 elop is a pos loser gave me Hemorrhoids.He likes it without the K-Y jelly damn you elop.
If you read past articles this is what Nokia is doing collecting data lots of data and giving mapping away to accomplish this feat
I know what I will do with my hefty profit,will be buying small house and pay 300.00 a year property tax with plenty of money in the bank and drive my 1,200 dollar car around with 3 motorcycles in the garage 2 Yamaha's and a Ducati :).
He is so #$%$ off that people made a lot of money on Nokia.Just a disgruntled person who missed the boat.
KOLKATA: Vodafone India is likely to soon ask Finland's Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) to manage its countrywide enterprise or "corporate customer" business in a deal which could be worth over $150 million (aboutRs 920 crore), two people with direct knowledge told ET. NSN India has emerged as "the frontrunner" for supplying telecom gear and also handling the managed services mandate for three years for Vodafone India, the people said.
Other bidders include software companies Tech Mahindra, IBM India and Wipro, who had responded to a request for proposal by the country's second-largest mobile phone operator. Wipro has been managing Vodafone's enterprise business in India for nearly three years. The segment generates nearly 10% of the British telecom operator's India revenue.
The contract will involve high capacity ISDN lines, switches and routers for revamping Vodafone's enterprise business infrastructure in the country. Integrated Services for Digital Network or 'ISDN' is a set of telecom standards that enable super-fast digital transmission of voice, video and data signals.
"Vodafone India is likely to ask NSN India to initially supply equipment and manage its enterprise business in the seven biggest cities (including the four metros) and progressively ramp up across the country," one of two people said.
This deal would be in addition to the $200 million (Rs 1,340 crore) contract that NSN India is tipped to shortly bag from Vodafone India for upgrading its 2G and 3G networks. ET had written about this contract in its edition dated September 2. The mobile phone company's plans to beef up its corporate customer business in India comes at a time when data volumes are looking up and incumbents continue to see traffic growth.
Vodafone India and NSN India officials declined to comment. An IBM spokeswoman said the company "does not discuss details of confidential client contracts".