will send this flying. RSI below 15.
I get the same thing, my quotes will revert back to a previous trading day then you need to refresh the page.
Are you the Sierra Wireless message board cop? I can see that you're long or trade long. The point is either weak hands bought yesterday or shorts were covering and seem to be back. i obviously want to buy at $18 if I sold puts.
You are trying your hardest to #$%$ the board today. Must be your third threatening post.
Investors should tune out chatter about China Mobile (CHL) selling Apple's (AAPL) iPhone in 2013, says BMO Capital Markets.
"For the stock, we think the less we hear about China Mobile through calendar year-end the better, since we think this supports our idea that the iPhone's impact will be more in the first half (of) calendar year 2014," analyst Keith Bachman wrote in a research report Monday.
In Apple's current quarter, Bachman forecasts better-than-expected demand for new iPads, "especially the iPad Air."
T-Mobile USA (TMUS) has been marketing the iPad Air aggressively as part of its "Uncarrier" marketing push into the tablet market, as IBD has reported.
Speculation about an Apple-China Mobile deal has raged for years. China's No.1 wireless carrier has never inked a deal to sell the iPhone and offer service for that device, in part slowed by technical hurdles. But the two companies reportedly have been getting closer and closer to a deal.
In August, China Mobile reported "ongoing talks" with Apple. Wedge Partners recently speculated about a China Mobile iPhone launch in November.
China Mobile had 740.2 million wireless subscribers as of June 30, the most of any carrier in the world. Its rivals China Unicom (CHU) and China Telecom (CHA) do sell the iPhone.
BMO Capital's Bachman says China Mobile 4G LTE build-out is key to iPhone demand. Reuters recently reported that China Mobile's website has been readied for a 4G launch.
"The number of LTE base stations at China Mobile is low at present," Bachman wrote, which he says indicates an iPhone impact on China Mobile in the first half of 2014, not this year. And his estimates of China Mobile iPhone sales are lower than other numbers that have been floated by analysts.
"Given Apple's high price point relative to the Chinese market, our concern about the quality of China Mobile's TD-LTE network, China Mobile's reliance on more of its Wi-Fi than cellular network, and the success of lower-end Android phones in China,
Sentiment: Strong Buy