Doubt the shorts are panicking just yet.
Volume isn't there.
But when they do throw in towel, we could see a $10-$20 pop in share price in one day
Not if Carl Icahn has anything to say about it.
He want Apple to buy back even more shares than they proposed.
Probably wants to unload his holdings on them as ZeroHedge claims in an article. Unloading his massive stake in the market could tank the stock.
Nokia holds the trump card.
They will not sell, nor need to, for any price below $8 billion.
I submitted a proposal to Nokia that would have Here generate $8 billion in net profit yearly!
I would welcome anyone to join me with any law enforcement contacts.
I too, agree.
Way to many people have been focused on the Hemopurifier, and not enough on their exosome science.
Like a bolt of lightning out of the blue, one day we will encounter a PR that will rock and shock the bio tech world, as we release out studies on controlling the cancer epidemic.
Of course, the CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) work will add to our respect and prestige as a frontrunner in research.
Too many other factors affecting ERIC earnings.
Besides, Nokia now positioned to take business away from ERIC in America.
I also believe their strong customer base will prove to be quite valuable to other companies, such as Cerner (electronic medical records and hospital collections).
A buyer can really leverage those accounts.
I'm convinced of a takeover soon.
•For his part, Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has argued tech advances, such as open hardware interfaces, IP-based 4G infrastructures, and cloud services, will "allow more rapid and efficient integration" than seen for past deals. "While some of our past integration experiences have been painful at times, you should not be thinking about swap-out costs in the same way as in the past."
ALU shareholders will get to participate in Nokia's future success, which is a heck of a lot better that the prospects ALU had.
Are they gonna be supportive in some way?