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jeffreber44 135 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 7 minutes ago Member since: Apr 7, 2010
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    Nokia's new baby.

    by planetnokia Jun 5, 2014 6:18 PM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Jun 5, 2014 7:11 PM Flag

    Bill, you mention Priceline and Travelocity, I never thought of Here as large as those names. After Nokia just bought Desti and you mentioned that, I am thinking this is going to be very big.

    Nokia is proving itself. When they said they would look for ways to monetize HERE, I knew they would eventually find a way, but this is beyond the scope most were thinking of.

    Go Nokia!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • "As the service providers deploying LTE expand beyond the early movers in the US, Japan and Korea, we are seeing a shift in vendor shares towards those with exposure to other regions," explained Chris DePuy, Vice President at Dell'Oro Group with responsibility for Wireless Packet Core coverage. "This has recently benefited Nokia in particular."

    Expect a big second half for Nokia.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • We are less than one month away from the second half of the year when NSN is said to really shine. So far everything Nokia has said has been in line with expectations. For one, this makes me confident as an investor and two, with that type of track record, I'm sure we will see $10 soon.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 by jeffreber44 Jun 3, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    NSN 2nd half will be strong and licensing is going to make an impact. Suri pointed out the next few weeks...Nokia is going after royalties.

    Let the games begin.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Jun 3, 2014 12:03 PM Flag

    Did you see what Apple did after they paid their last dividend....up $45. I think Nokia will see a rise as well after all the upgrades it just received and the new aggressive IP compensation Nokia is going after.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 by jeffreber44 May 24, 2014 12:04 PM Flag

    Nokia is saving now that the phone division is gone :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • This is from 5/21/2014 relating to the first LTE network in North Africa that was just deployed.

    Under the contract, Nokia provided its Single RAN Advanced solution based on its high-capacity, scalable Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station for the majority of the LTE network. In addition, it deployed its cloud-ready NetAct for efficient network management across technologies. The company’s comprehensive services including network planning and optimization, network implementation, and care services such as hardware and software services ensured the speedy and smooth rollout. In addition, Nokia provided a security solution, which included a solution from Juniper Networks, in order to protect both the operator’s network assets and end users’ privacy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 May 2, 2014 1:15 PM Flag

    Good point bill. Nokia is worth more than the avg joe knows.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 by jeffreber44 May 2, 2014 1:04 PM Flag

    The Street seems pleased with both the CEO announcement, and with the strategic outlook for the company’s business, but even more enamored of the enormous amount of cash that will be on the books even with the capital plan laid out.

    Canaccord Genuity‘s Mike Walkley reiterates a Buy rating on the shares, and raises his price target to $10.25 from $10, writing that “with the cash infusion from the sale to
    Microsoft combined with the longer-term potential for increased high margin licensing sales, we believe Nokia shares represent an attractive long-term investment.”

    “In fact, we were very encouraged by management’s new strategies announced today with a strong focus and aggressive tone relating to its new licensing strategy post the sale of its Devices and Services business that required cross licensing agreements.” Walkley raised his 2014 EPS estimate to 33 cents from 26, but cut his revenue estimate to #$%$12.1 billion from #$%$12.6 billion.

    Citigroup‘s Ehud Gelblum reiterates a Buy rating and a #$%$7 price target (with a #$%$9.66 sum-of-the-parts valuation), writing that ” All in, the CEO appointment and dividend and share repurchase programs are as we had been anticipating with the amounts of each quite reasonable. While some might question the size of the repurchase, we believe the company has time down the road to invest further in buybacks when the current authorization expires.”

    Adds Gelblum, “We believe the share repurchase program could increase over time, a la MSI [Motorola Solutions], particularly as Nokia gains more clarity regarding its additional proceeds from Samsung and Apple over the next several years following negotiations over IPR royalties in 2015 and 2016.”

    The appointment of Suri represents “continuity,” he writes: “We believe the appointment of Suri speaks to the continuity of the company and its current structure and likely implies limited M&A in the near term. Suri is widely credited with the turnaround at NSN and the major division’s margin impro

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • NOK posts Q1 EBIT of $420 million, above the Capital IQ consensus estimate of $278 million, driven by an operating margin of 9.3% in Networks (at the high end of guidance of 1% to 9%), reflecting a more favorable revenue mix and efficiency gains.

  • S&P CAPITAL IQ REITERATES BUY OPINION ON ADSS OF NOKIA CORPORATION

    Who will get to $9 first Nokia or bbry? Both won't have a phone division soon.

  • S&P CAPITAL IQ REITERATES BUY OPINION ON ADSS OF NOKIA CORPORATION

    We maintain our 12-month target of $9.50, based on a '15 P/E of 24.4X (vs. its five-year forward average of 35.3X). We adjust our per-ADS profit forecasts to $0.32 from $0.37 for '14 and $0.39 from $0.38 for '15. NOK posts Q1 EBIT of $420 million, above the Capital IQ consensus estimate of $278 million, driven by an operating margin of 9.3% in Networks (at the high end of guidance of 1% to 9%), reflecting a more favorable revenue mix and efficiency gains. Last month, NOK sold its handset unit and it indicated net cash stood at $9.8 billion as the end of Q1, on a pro forma basis.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Msft paid 7.7 billion to Nokia. Nokia thanks you for the spare change Elop. Now the question is will you dump or hold onto the shares in your severance package. Good luck with your phones. I'm surprised you haven't started marketing yet. Let me guess, your working on that new Exclusive only for AT&T ;-)

    I like MSFT stock, but I need to go with Nokia right now. No more phones!

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Apr 29, 2014 3:15 PM Flag

    Nokia would have poster 180 million profit if it weren't for the phone division. I own both MSFT and NOK, but looks like Nokia just got a lot sweeter.

  • Canaccord Genuity‘s Mike Walkley reiterates a Buy rating on the shares, and raises his price target to $10.25 from $10, writing that “with the cash infusion from the sale to
    Microsoft combined with the longer-term potential for increased high margin licensing sales, we believe Nokia shares represent an attractive long-term investment.”

    “In fact, we were very encouraged by management’s new strategies announced today with a strong focus and aggressive tone relating to its new licensing strategy post the sale of its Devices and Services business that required cross licensing agreements.” Walkley raised his 2014 EPS estimate to 33 cents from 26, but cut his revenue estimate to #$%$12.1 billion from #$%$12.6 billion.

    Citigroup‘s Ehud Gelblum reiterates a Buy rating and a #$%$7 price target (with a #$%$9.66 sum-of-the-parts valuation), writing that ” All in, the CEO appointment and dividend and share repurchase programs are as we had been anticipating

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Nokia is a growth opportunity. This one is a stock you hold for the Long-Term Capital Gains. I will be adding as often as I can.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • "Very robust growth" quote from CEO Suri. I liked very much what was in earnings. Nokia is a buy for me and I will continue adding shares along the way. NSN 2nd half will be strong and licensing is going to make an impact. Suri pointed out the next few weeks...Nokia is going after royalties. Give me my dividends and buyback those shares Nokia.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Apr 29, 2014 9:02 AM Flag

    It seems they are very focused on the IPR business. "volume based FRAND rates", I like the sound of that. The more devices sold in the world, the more money Nokia is going to get.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Apr 29, 2014 8:47 AM Flag

    No need for cross-licensing.$$$

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • beyond mobile devices. Early stages that will develop in a few short weeks and they are on track. New products. Nokia has retained those employees that had to do with creating IP.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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