This guy is entitled to have his view on RMTI. His writings might be a complete lie for his own gain or something he truly believes in. Only he knows. But, this is not a crime. He has the freedom to write about what he thinks of RMTI. Those who sold RMTI yesterday and today did it at their own risk. Same with analysts writing ultra bulish report on stocks, and later proved to be untrue. Those bought into the story and later found holding bags, SEC cannot help them either.
If you believe this is a great company and you plan to see the company success, then take advantage of the stock drop.
Such complaints are useless for us little guys. I tried it with other stocks.
It is possible that some short positions were cumulated during the recent slow decline. And, now, we see the trip event for covering.
Do these people know what is a patent troll? Do they know how much money and effort Nokia has invested in its R&D? Although Nokia is not an American company, I want to voice my view on potential future changes regarding (sofeware) patent law. Let's be clear. US is not going to rely on cheap labor for its financial gain. US can only win by leading the world in science and technology. Whatever resivions to patent laws the US congress will past in the future, it must be written in a way that will protect the interest of US corporations. Companies such as HTC, ZTE, and Huawei, their businesses seriously infringes on others' intellectual properties.
Interesting. Dallas office closing today was cited by Citron as being suspicious, since it was only 28 degrees F in Dallas, not really that clod. Tell you what. My daughter, who is attending U of Texas, Austin, (Longhorns) told me that this morning classes were closed. Austin is almost 200 mile south of Dallas. What do you say about UT Austin closure? Suspicious?
I do birding along the coastline south of Houston, not too far from where I live. I love macro photography. I also visit Texas World Speedway near College Station and the F-1 track in Austin. Most of the time, I take pictures of my family and friends, and at the church I attend. I travel. With my most recent trip in August, I drove through Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah, visiting Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Petrified Forrest National Park (including Painted Desert), Tent Rocks National Monument, Santa Fe, Grand Canyon, Page in Arizona (Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, and Horse-shoe Bend), Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, the Valley of Gods, Arches National Park, and some other places. Truly amazing places, stunning and incredible views.
Me too. I love photography, and buy a lot of photographic equipment. As such, I receive a lot of packages/boxes. I save all the boxes that are in great shape, from UPS and USPS. I typically use the equipment for a couple of years, then sell them on ebay and buy more for my use. I use the saved boxed for shipping sold items. I typically sell at prices about same as the price I bought them. This way, I have had great fun using almost any photographic equipment I am interested in. My current most expensive item is a 300mm f/2.8 supersomic motor auto focus lens worth about $7000. I do not try to make a profit selling buy/selling these items. I in fact use a very small part of my investment gain to fund this hobby.
Unless NOK decide not to buy back shares, otherwise, the sooner the better. Why wait for the price to increase 50% to 100% and then buy back? Is this stupid?
"Nokia may have to consider postponing their stock buyback till the latter half of 2014 in order to satisfy the market's need for shares."
What theory this is?
Up by 1/3 in 5 weeks is possible. It has been a little less than 3 months since the deal was announced, and the stock has almost risen by 1/3 for three times. Not quite, but almost.
I have a small investment bought around $10. I bought it based on the promise SSH seemed to have. But, before this company gains some traction, so that we can see some catalyst on the horizen, I am not expecting to see real gains. Nto matter how much potential this company has, as has been written by some, 10-bagger or 100-bagger, this company is only at its development stage. I have a lot of my money invested in companies that are at their breaking point. RMTI is one recent success. Not too late to get in even after its huge recent rise. If and when SSH starts to realize its promise, I will be cashing out those gains and invest in SSH-type.