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mr_whigglee 1439 posts  |  Last Activity: 58 minutes ago Member since: Dec 1, 2011
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  • Cramer talking away like he was a auctioneer.....

  • More overall market Volatility......China leads the way......Sprint in for another rough week?

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:31 PM Flag

    All the analysts from Wells Fargo are stupid, they know nothing.....I'm networking big time now for Maravedis....

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:29 PM Flag

    How is Sprint coming up with a Capital Budget? How does Evercore know this?

    and Evercore is writing below about a CAPITAL BUDGET? How do they know?
    Evercore ISI analysts Jonathan Schildkraut and Justin Ages wrote in a research note on Monday that the capital budget for the NGN project "included up to 70K small cells as well as several thousand macro sites." They added that "our checks have indicated that in one of the iterations of S's NGN plans, the company had proposed a 70K small cell buildout--which was supposedly won by Mobilitie."

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:25 PM Flag

    why isn't anyone debating this? Does this article written by one of the better financial minds,Jen Fritzsche, in the business read like a company who is heading for the pink sheets?

    7-23-25
    According to Wells Fargo analyst Jennifer Fritzsche, Sprint plans to deploy around 70,000 small cells and has struck an agreement with wireless infrastructure firm Mobilitie, which will deploy around 20,000 of the small cells. Mobilitie sold 2,300 towers and some distributed antenna systems (DAS) to SBA Communications in 2012, but still focuses heavily on towers, small cells and DAS.

    and Evercore is writing below about a CAPITAL BUDGET? How do they know?
    Evercore ISI analysts Jonathan Schildkraut and Justin Ages wrote in a research note on Monday that the capital budget for the NGN project "included up to 70K small cells as well as several thousand macro sites." They added that "our checks have indicated that in one of the iterations of S's NGN plans, the company had proposed a 70K small cell buildout--which was supposedly won by Mobilitie."

    A Mobilitie spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment.

    It's unclear how widespread the small cell deployment will be across the country as well as how many macro cell sites will be involved. Sprint might also look to repurpose decommissioned Clearwire sites for CDMA and LTE service, according to analysts.

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:15 PM Flag

    Big Red running out of spectrum? Holy Sheet.....

    July 23, 2015 | By Monica Alleven

    While Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) CFO touted the company's network densification plans during the company's second-quarter conference call, analysts are speculating the operator will face LTE network congestion issues over the next couple of years.

    In a research report, analysts at New Street Research said that based on management comments, they estimate that if data growth continues at the current pace, Verizon will run out of capacity in the next two to three years, even if it refarms all 2G and 3G spectrum. "Densification may delay the crunch by a year or two, but sooner or later the company will need more spectrum," said analysts Jonathan Chaplin, Spencer Kurn and Vivek Stalam. And if the much anticipated OTT offering is successful, "it will only exacerbate this," they said.

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    Bear Raid explained......is Sprint a target?

    by mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:13 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:12 PM Flag

    dave....will you be the loudest and most boisterous shareholder at the below meeting? voicing your discord over blatant mismanagement by Sprint's CEO? Yelling for his dismissal? or as I suspect, your 'outrage' is just a ruse and totally manufactured for the amusement of some on this board?

    2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders

    Further details to follow

    Anticipated Date: August 7, 2015

    Time: 8:00 A.M. Pacific Time

    Location: Live via the Internet

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 10:05 PM Flag

    tr, for at least the 10th time....are you familiar with a company named Maravedis and if yes, how? really simple and straightforward...

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 4:32 PM Flag

    Where is that dang post where teamrep mocks Wells Fargo ? Never mind ,I found it...

    teamrep • Jul 12, 2015 10:17 PM
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    Failed to pass the test again.

    Wells Fargo is to financial analysis what McDonalds is to fine cuisine.

    The numbers do not begin to add up as oft discussed. Why post an old article you know is a fantasy? Sometimes you seem down to earth, other times back to the hypester.

  • Btw, teamrep commented on this board implying that Wells Fargo analysts are not very credible at there craft, compared them to McDonalds.... I wonder what Wells Fargo thinks of Maravedis ? would Jennifer go on a public message board and thrash them?

    7-23-25
    According to Wells Fargo analyst Jennifer Fritzsche, Sprint plans to deploy around 70,000 small cells and has struck an agreement with wireless infrastructure firm Mobilitie, which will deploy around 20,000 of the small cells. Mobilitie sold 2,300 towers and some distributed antenna systems (DAS) to SBA Communications in 2012, but still focuses heavily on towers, small cells and DAS.

    Evercore ISI analysts Jonathan Schildkraut and Justin Ages wrote in a research note on Monday that the capital budget for the NGN project "included up to 70K small cells as well as several thousand macro sites." They added that "our checks have indicated that in one of the iterations of S's NGN plans, the company had proposed a 70K small cell buildout--which was supposedly won by Mobilitie."

    A Mobilitie spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment.

    It's unclear how widespread the small cell deployment will be across the country as well as how many macro cell sites will be involved. Sprint might also look to repurpose decommissioned Clearwire sites for CDMA and LTE service, according to analysts.

  • Reply to

    Bear Raid explained......is Sprint a target?

    by mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:13 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 3:58 PM Flag

    Marcelo and Nikesh ,with one mouse click , could turn things upside down for shorty....

  • Reply to

    Bear Raid explained......is Sprint a target?

    by mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:13 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 3:06 PM Flag

    As a contrarian , I also look at the other side of a massive short position....IF sprint surprises at earnings and IF M&A news hits, what happens to all those short positions ?

  • Reply to

    Bear Raid explained......is Sprint a target?

    by mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:13 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:55 PM Flag

    Sprint is ultimately responsible for how the business is doing, period. And only Sprint can change that.... I'm pointing out that other forces may be at work here to take advantage of Sprints weakness....

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    Whoa Buddy! The useful idiots are lining up....

    by mr_whigglee May 29, 2015 2:44 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:17 PM Flag

    yep, lining up...even scared cards are joining in.....

    Fire lead idiot.....

  • a coincidence below?....maybe......maybe not.....each reader can make the decision for themselves.....
    From Investopedia...

    The illegal practice of ganging up to push a stock's price lower through concerted short selling and spreading adverse rumors about the targeted company. A bear raid is sometimes resorted to by unscrupulous short sellers who want to make a quick buck from their short positions. A bear-raid TARGET is generally a company that is GOING THROUGH A CHALLENGUING PERIOD since its VULNERABLE position makes it easy fodder for short sellers. While short selling per se is perfectly legal, coordinated short selling is viewed as market manipulation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), while spreading false rumors is tantamount to fraudulent activity

    The objective of a bear raid is usually to make windfall profits in a brief time period through short sales. If the bear raid works and the target stock plunges, short sellers can buy the shares cheaply on the open market. These shares would be used to replace the ones that were borrowed earlier and sold at a much higher price, with the short sellers pocketing the difference as their profit.

    In a typical bear raid, short sellers may collude beforehand to establish massive short positions in the target stock. Since the huge short interest in the stock increases the risk of a short squeeze that can inflict substantial losses on the "shorts," these short sellers cannot afford to wait patiently for months until their short strategy works out. So they embark on the next step in the bear raid, which is akin to a smear campaign, with whispers and rumors about the company spread by unknown sources. These rumors can be anything that portrays the target company in a negative light – allegations about accounting fraud, an SEC investigation, an earnings miss, financial difficulties and so on. The rumors may cause nervous investors to exit the stock in droves, driving it down further.

  • Reply to

    Whoa Buddy! The useful idiots are lining up....

    by mr_whigglee May 29, 2015 2:44 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 2:03 PM Flag

    A crowd is starting gather .... Can't seem to find a platform though..... Censorship isn't popular in these parts....
    Solution: Fire lead idiot...

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 1:14 PM Flag

    Marceo Claure on CNBC........were back in the game, were taking customers away for our competitors..

    @marceloclaure #Allin

    Google it and listen for your self......

    Sprint CEO: We're spending where necessary

    Tuesday, 5 May 2015 | 10:35 AM ET

    Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO, discusses his company's earnings...

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 1:05 PM Flag

    ant_man.....if you follow my lead post, Maravedis; inside sprints wi-fi strategy dated 7-14-15, you'll come across this response;

    teamrep • Jul 15, 2015 12:21 PM Flag
    Yes I know Nadine, she works for Sprint and wrote an article for Maravedis. The article describes Sprint's nascent efforts in WiFi. So, what are your points?

    when I went to the Maravedis web site, Nadine's profile tells quite a different story.....

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 12:51 PM Flag

    yep, I saw that too.....

    spectrum_educated • Jul 24, 2015 8:19 PM Flag

    .

    We have done ALOT MORE than spread fear, we have crushed this company down and almost out.. This tends to happen.in.a Perfect Storm of a failed company...

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 26, 2015 12:46 PM Flag

    dave the victim.......you take Claure's comment he made about being in the game on CNBC on 5-5-15 out of context....and your not sure what game he's in? any village idiot, not to be confused with a useful idiot, can listen to the whole tape and understand clearly Marcelo's meaning.......you and TeamRep should live together......anyone who wants to see the video end to end for the truth can find it through Google.....

    dave the victim writes.

    enjoytodave • Jul 24, 2015 4:23 AM Flag


    ... Instead, Claure on CNBC said now, "we're in the game." Not sure what game he's in

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