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mr_whigglee 1479 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 25 minutes ago Member since: Dec 1, 2011
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    SHORTS PUSHING THE MARGIN CALLS

    by b.sandoval1968 Jul 27, 2015 3:11 PM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 3:15 PM Flag

    Don't worry , be happy..... The lunatics are running the asylum .....

    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...

  • Beatings will continue until morale improves ..
    Sprint Plummets, Will It Continue Downhill? - Analyst Blog
    Sprint Corp. S, a leading national telecom carrier in the U.S., suffered a major setback as its stock price plunged more than 10% last week. Year-to-date, the stock price is down nearly 19%. As the U.S. market boasts a high 95% rate of wireless penetration, competition is likely to remain intense. This, in turn, could pressure top and bottom-line results for carriers vying for market share.

    The share price depreciation also reflects Sprint’s dismal fourth-quarter of fiscal 2014 financial results wherein net losses stood at $224 million or $0.06 per share compared with a net loss of $151 million or $0.04 per share in the year-ago quarter. Several analysts remain concerned about the company’s cash position. Research at Citigroup projected that Sprint will burn more than $6 billion of free cash flow (operating cash flow less capital expenditure) in fiscal 2015.

    Research firm Jefferies is also perturbed about Sprint’s cash position. The firm estimates that after adjusting for lease accounting benefits, Sprint’s EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) will fall almost 18% year-over-year in contrast to the company’s projection of 12% growth.

    Jefferies further stated that Sprint’s upcoming network densification project will not serve any permanent solution and will act as a temporary relief measure. The company suffers from a structural deficiency of limited availability of low and mid-band spectrum. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is likely to conduct a major low-band spectrum auction in 2016. However, Sprint will require a significant amount of cash to get license to a sizeable portion of airwaves.

    Despite retarding wireless subscriber growth, U.S. telecom behemoths AT&T Inc. T and Verizon Communications Inc. VZ are far ahead of Sprint in terms scalability, network quality and product diversification. To add to its woes

  • Come on Charlie... You know you want it.....

    T-Mobile–Dish Merger: Trouble in Paradise?

    T-Mobile–Dish Network Merger Update

    Update on T-Mobile–Dish merger
    Last month, a report by the Wall Street Journal stated that T-Mobile (TMUS) and Dish Network (DISH) are discussing a potential merger. According to a July 17, 2015, report on the T-Mobile–Dish merger by Bloomberg, “The slow-moving Dish Network Corp. talks to acquire T-Mobile US Inc. from Deutsche Telekom AG have stalled over concerns related to valuation and structure, people with knowledge of the matter said.” The same report added, “Deutsche Telekom has told Dish what kind of offer it wants and so far Dish hasn’t met that demand.”

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 1:25 PM Flag

    Sprint continues to get beaten like a rented mule...

    Fiat Chrysler faces a record $105 million civil penalty for its handling of recalls.

    Fiat Chrysler recalled 1.4 million vehicles just days before being hit with a record $105 million fine by federal regulators, and the recall involves Overland Park-based Sprint Corp.

    Recall lapses prompted federal regulators to hit Fiat Chrysler with a civil penalty claims the automaker violated federal motor-vehicle safety law on many fronts, The Wall Street Journal reports. The action points to three areas of violation by the automaker: misleading and obstructing regulators; inadequate and lagging repairs; and failing to timely alert owners about recalls, WSJ reports.

    The settlement comes just days after Fiat Chrysler recalled 1.4 million vehicles equipped with radios that are vulnerable to hacking, Bloomberg reports. The company’s UConnect infotainment system uses Sprint’s wireless network.

  • mr_whigglee by mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 1:18 PM Flag

    With Sprint testing $3.00 today , Legere should be on fire with his Tweets....Marcelo is laying low as well...,

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 1:09 PM Flag

    Sprint down huge again today...And 3 hours of trading still ahead ....

    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 27, 2015 12:54 PM Flag

    Becky..... Post the leaked report...

  • Sprint -8.5% as analyst highlights company's part in Jeep hack
    Jul. 27, 2015 12:03 PM • Jason Aycock
    Sprint (S -8.5%) has the "dubious distinction" of being the first wireless carrier implicated in an automobile hack, says automotive analyst Roger Lanctot.
    Fiat Chrysler is taking the fall, he writes, for "Sprint’s failure to properly secure its network and the Jeep in question – which was subjected to some comical and terrifying remote control in real-time on the highway thanks to an IP address vulnerability."
    The hack is bad news for Fiat Chrysler, he notes, as the company deals with a record fine over safety practices -- but it might also mean a "fatal" blow for Sprint's Velocity telematics platform.
    Sprint's looking to sell Velocity, he says, which might be seen as damaged goods after a very damaging story.
    Previously: Hacking demo leads to recall of 1.4M Fiat Chrysler vehicles (Jul. 24 2015)

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 12:29 PM Flag

    Stocks lower on China, commodity slide
    U.S. stocks traded lower on Monday as the continued decline in commodities and an overnight plunge in Shanghai stocks pressured sentiment amid a lackluster earnings season.

    "The fear factor of China is very much alive in the market. That's nearing us to some technical support levels," said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Rockwell Global Capital. "Slow growth out of China just complicates the oil picture."

  • Let me start out with NO EXCUSES for how Sprint has been trading recently....but, you have to consider some of the pressure MIGHT be interconnected.....China markets collapsed again, overnight.......BABA is taking a beating today.....down almost 2.60% at 12noon......Softbank has a 34% plus-minus stake in BABA. Softbank has a 80% stake in Sprint......the market is a fickle place.....again, no excuses for Sprint's downtrend, BUT the China syndrome is something to ponder....

  • Reply to

    Dish Will Be Making an Offer to Son

    by green_opts Jul 27, 2015 11:32 AM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 11:57 AM Flag

    em....read the news.....you do believe everything you read on the internet, right?

    Confidential talks reportedly indicate banks will provide up to $15 billion to finance the firm's bid for T-Mobile US

    By Charlie Osborne for Between the Lines | June 12, 2015 -- 11:03 GMT (04:03 PDT) | Topic: Networking
    Dish Network is holding SECRETIVE DISCUSSIONS with banks in an attempt to secure up to $15 billion in funding to finance an acquisition bid for T-Mobile US.

    As reported by the Wall Street Journal, UNNAMED SOURCES indicate talks are ongoing between banks and the US cable company. If successful, these discussions could result in Dish Network securing between $10 and $15 billion in debt to finance the firm's potential cash portion of a bid for the carrier T-Mobile US.

  • mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 11:52 AM Flag

    yes indeed, the Indians are sure enough circling the wagons seems like Deja vu all over again....mr market is treating Sprint corp. today, just like they treated Sprint-Nextel [Hesse pre-Softbank].........and unless Marcelo can give solid reasons for traders to buy sprint.....the opposite will continue....all imo of course..

  • Reply to

    Dish Will Be Making an Offer to Son

    by green_opts Jul 27, 2015 11:32 AM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 11:41 AM Flag

    Dish is buying Tmus.....read the news....

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    Sprint (S) technical analysis and general outlook

    by teamrep Jul 3, 2015 8:50 AM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 11:38 AM Flag

    wow, such wisdom.....

    Sprint is closer to a solid bounce level imo... but be careful/skilled at trading

  • Sprint getting hit hard....again....

    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 27, 2015 10:00 AM Flag

    yep....

    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...

  • Reply to

    Sprint Spectrum - key differentiator

    by greekmonster101 Jul 27, 2015 1:43 AM
    mr_whigglee mr_whigglee Jul 27, 2015 9:58 AM Flag

    do you REALLY believe traders with large positions in any company, first come to a message board and read each post BEFORE they make decisions to buy or sell? This is the LAST place anyone would go to learn about any company.....getting due diligence on a message board?.....unbelievable....

  • Market correction continues.....Sprint hits new 52 week low before 10am today....it's brutal....

  • Cramer talking away like he was a auctioneer.....

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

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