Even if no trades are found, I still can let a judge read public documents from the last several months and read the sell downgrade. If he feels that the sell is as irresponsible and misleading as I do, I will win. If I do not, life goes on. Small claims courts can have pretty good limits in some areas.
He repeatedly says he is up at 430 in morning. Lucky for us that he or the streetdotcom is not trading after hours and pre market right? I am sure they would not do anything like that though right?
I am not supposed to be posting, so you can throw your comments and I am not going to respond or debate them.
No sorry, the SEC just started a brand new operation LAST WEEK right where I am to crack down on this. They have computers that look like war games. Wall Street has been holding the economy down by killing the retail investor. If you are retail glad you are in. I saw a ridiculous # on what percentage has money in the account not buying and not earning interest.
Maybe not laughing. I was in 600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington DC this morning on business. Very serious people down there. Not the laughing types. They had Dept. of Justice badges on and are very serious looking.
If you feel you have lost money as a result of a pump & dump or irresponsible, inaccurate or damaging statements by TheStreetDotCom, CNBC or JIM Cramer please respond. You can also file in small claims court by finding the registered agent and jurisdiction. If you want to seek a class action status, let's see how many are interested. Please note, you will not be able to post anymore once you join the suit or comment about it publicly. So if you are addicted to this board, do not respond. I am not joking and will be asking SEC & FTC taskforces and legal services for assistance.
January 29, 2013 | By Phil Goldstein
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) said it plans to invest $250 million in a new venture capital fund to give money to promising mobile startups, part of its strategy of investing in future mobile opportunities.
The Finnish handset vendor said the cash will go into a third fund from its Nokia Growth Partners operation, which has a total of $600 million under management. The fund will invest between $5 million and $15 million and will work "closely with other value added investors offering complementary skills and perspectives."
"Over the past decade, Nokia has developed an innovative venturing strategy," Nokia CFO Timo Ihamuotila said. "Our ongoing commitment to Nokia Growth Partners reinforces Nokia's support for a vibrant mobile ecosystem and our determination to collaborate with industry innovators to build great mobile products." Under CEO Stephen Elop, Nokia has made investing in future mobile "disruptions" one of the pillars of its business strategy.
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Nokia reported net cash on hand of $5.8 billion at the end of 2012, up from $4.75 billion at the end of September. While the $5.8 billion figure is down 22 percent from the end of 2011, Nokia's position improved due to cost cuts and a brighter financial picture at Nokia Siemens Networks.
As part of the announcement, NGP also said it will expand its presence in China, with the appointments of David Tang as managing director and Lu Guo as principal. Tang previously served as vice chairman of Nokia China, while Lu was responsible for mobile and Internet investments at Keystone Ventures, according to Bloomberg.
Nokia has made pushing into China a key part of its strategy with its Lumia Windows Phone line. The company recently struck a deal with China Mobile to sell a Chinese variant of its flagship Lumia 920 smartphone, the 920T. China Telecom started selling the CDMA-capable Lumia 800C last April.
Read more: Nokia to pump $250M into mobile venture capital fund - FierceWireless
This came from pressdotNokiadotcom
Notice on #4 is says substantial payments in regards to intellectual property.
3. In recognition of the unique nature of Nokia's agreement with Microsoft and the contributions that Nokia is providing, Nokia will receive payments measured in the billions of dollars.
4. An agreement that recognizes the value of intellectual property and puts in place mechanisms for exchanging rights to intellectual property. Nokia will receive substantial payments under the agreement.
Nokia: Lumia Sales 'Exceed Expectations'
By Gary Krakow
He owns Apple. Did he sell before it tanked or hold? Took a long time before he announced he owned AAPL in his charitable trust. Longer than it should.
Can someone please send any comments Cramer or the street reporters made about Nok within last 2 days especially or after earnings report until now via twitter, CNBC, etc. Please send right now.
I am working on this right now. If you want to get even not mad through legal channels let me know. Send me every public statement Cramer or streetdotcom emp. has made about nok in the last 2 days. He owns apple. Maybe he can get tied up responding to legal inquiries all day rather than shopping at Costco. Send anything he said in last 2 days or last few weeks even. SEC & FTC are fed up with this bs. and screwing retail investors.
I am working on this right now. U want to get mad or get even by pursuing it legally. He owns aapl.. He knows the legal system, so maybe he will have less free time to shop. Need every public statement in last two days he made.
Hmm India software maybe me softy will send a double scoop cone sprinkled with software fines to make the cone delicious again.
Read sec docs then you do not have to listen to anyone.
You do not address the ad sharing revenue and unlimited amounts of money for intellectual property. I know you can't address it because you don't know.