it is only now a good company...the previous 6 or so years have been a disaster following the massive leveraging of its balance sheet. They were fortunate to avoid restructuring - even BK. But that is now behind them...and with sound management in place, along with improvements both in the stores themselves as well as to its bottom & top lines, the future for RAD has never looked better. IMO
read the Samsung OLED article carefully. This in either an old article or a recycled composite of old news cobbled together passing itself off as new. The clue is in the reference to "invitations" being sent out to "successful applicants" etc.
what an effing dirtbag this man is. Are all Greeks DNA engineered like him?
I stronkly suggest you all follow my example...and do the right thing in so far as your personal hygiene matters at all these days?
PS they were totally out of Lumias...which came as no surprise seeing they never stocked one in the 1st place.
it is virtually impossible for HFTs to make money going long. This is because the algorithmic path of least resistance is alway down. Assisted greatly by naked shorting, of course.
any early gains are being capped then turned on their head by sell programs. It is a real drag for investors...but this is how the HFT's make their money!
my truncated question was meant to ask whether or not Nokia counts income generated from its patents as income on its balance sheet? Is it counted as part of the free cash flow stream? It must be considerable...
no reason to own HIMX 1-2 months ago? You're a bigger "clown" than I thought!
on any given day, I wake up expecting to read somewhere that he's been arrested (or fired) for investment fraud or whatever. I'll never forget the Jon Stewart interview - Cramer presented as downright dishonest and tainted!.