What a deal.. if you're in the green take your profits...it's great they might really finally have the right guy in place to turn this around but...we're talking over a year and then you're where... $.01 per share... At this price this is a gift if you are in the green.. I'm short and I don't mind admitting it... but really! I can afford to see if this thing turns down and it should... anyway good luck to all long and short. Let's make money.
Gee, I think this is the budget developed in the house where the republicans are the majority. I'm not happy with the cuts but sure glad we won't be shutting down the USG and destroying our economy overnight! It COULD be worse. Take care.
I can't comment on insider buying but I'm hopeful that we'll see the stock rise in the run up to the earnings release. They've had 3 profitable quarters and I'm hoping for a 4th.
I think the key is really other vendors outside the iphone universe and other handset manufacturers. Not sure Apple has a choice when it comes to cash free transactions for other major enterprises, we'll see.
Almost end of quarter and assuming it is profitable as the last 3 have been then we should see the price really shoot up. Any thoughts on total revenues and income?
Great comments, thanks! I still think that if the iPhone has biometrics it will really help the industry, we'll know in the coming days.
I don't know but just saw a report on BBC news about the Hyundai labor slowdown and the industry analyst being interviewed was from, yep F&S. So this award must mean something. Good luck all.
Okay boys and girls if you really want one or even two great stocks try DSNY and/or XXII, stop wasting your time with Nokia, it's like watching paint dry if you're lucky. I know after 2 years of following this fiasco. Good luck!
Yes but it could have happened SO MUCH faster if they'd done a little market research before launch. Eventually, there will be viable competition to the MS op sys and at that time MS will fold very quickly - this won't happen anytime soon but they really need to be changing the way they approach the market if they want to avoid this very real threat.. think Google for example.
have to agree with RMBO, the numbers for W8 are not good. No intelligent IT manager of any company of any size is going to switch given the difficulty of the transition. Imagine 50, 100, 2000, 10000 or more employees walking into the office one morning and not even being able to figure out how to launch their normal work programs! It's a non-starter however after only a year MS finally has the updated version with the return of the start button.... what the heck took them so long! Now there might finally begin to be widespread enterprise adoption as the transition is made to W8 but last year was just lost time! We'll see. FYI I have no position in Nokia at this time.
On the conference call they talked about the various products in the pipeline as everybody knows and they talked about shifting resources around with a greater focus on marketing so overall operating costs remain unchanged. Is anyone wondering why they aren't hiring a few hotshot techies to help move the clipstream products to market sooner? Maybe they could also use some help on the marketing side as well? I'm thinking they are being way too conservative (cheap?) with the purse strings IF they really believe in the potential!