over the last month.
Can't wait till Friday.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I don't know how these rumors get started
In fact, they are doing this now! Soon Nokia will be producing android phones, well, Foxconn anyway. That will be your signal that the end is near. Do not lose heart, with the number of shares outstanding, it would take years just to bury them all in a landfill.
"If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles."
Crossman always struck me as ultimately predictable
I'm buying more soon
Of course it was an arranged trade! What ? You think some 20 y/o ultimate trader just plunked down $1mil on the table and crossed his fingers???
To qualify for an extension, they will have to come up with a postage stamp. Which for some of these guys who can't seem to come up with their own cash to buy shares might be a stretch.
With EU QE on its way, it looks like this one's a loser for 2015. Hopefully they can get back into the phone business, where their loses were more predictable. :-0
What was your first clue that you were in trouble? Or did you mean to say you accidentally left $100,000 in a rolled up newspaper. I would call on Mr. Potter if I were you.
Well, loosely speaking, NSN is correlated to U.S. stock in much the same way that Bernie Madoff was to NASDAQ. Except to note current Nokia management have no seats on the board of the exchange so they have to get at your money the old fashion way. -- selling BONDS.
When the stock goes up Mewag just starts whining about politics. Better to lose a little money now than to listen to another year of insufferable blabbering.
Sure, "they" would love to drive this lower, but the noteholder needs to get paid eventually and there's only so much shenanigans those types put up with.
Divorce always loses you money. Dahan should have known that. It's really a basic rule. I'm kind of surprised and as a matter of fact, it's one reason to wait for the dust to settle.
But where's the fun in that?
Mostly. But that's just a guess. Of course I also guessed that JOEZ would drop to .50 shortly after the Hudson deal, so I trust my guesses.
Yes, end of year dumps by #$%$-ant funds are legendary. The tragedy is, the funds managers have little control over it. Small investors really do have common sense and tend to dump at the first sign of trouble. So when the retirement re-allocation orders come in, the fund managers know that it is the wrong thing to do, but have no choice by law.
That's why Mutual Funds suck and why the individual stock holder can beat them EVERY freakin time.
First, the delisting question will not be settled for at least a year from now. While it would be better that it remains, the current price is an obvious absurdity if you believe that current (or future) management intends to operate the company within its present structure.
I don't believe the current players have the wherewithal to upset the apple cart and shelve the company. Of course, this is the $64,000 question. There is simply too much to lose by everyone involved (major investors especially) to change the way JOEZ operates.
That's my bet anyway. It's a big bet. It always is. In a year or two hindsight will prove to be 20/20.
Blow your matches boys.
If I wanted to trade currencies, I wouldn't do it with Nokia stock. (unless I was shorting)
My guess is 0.00 money applied to debt reduction. Scam continues with false hope and dreams of $1000/oz Pd. Which will make zero difference.
Well, I'm down in Florida with the AC blasting in the dead of winter. Looks like it will be awhile before the chill gets out of Nokia. Too bad those guys bailed on windows phones. Do you think their is room in the market for yet another POS android throw away drug phone?
i don't get it.
and just because Oppenheimer keeps repeating themselves doesn't make them right.
hell, even Farhan is dumping this stuff, and he's a pretty sharp guy!