How long has the OP been posting this same nonsense?? The stock has run 20 or 30 points since he started!! Bwahahahaha!!!
$200 might be tough, but in the near term it looks like AAPL is on autopilot to $120, and after that maybe a quick rip up to $140. Go baby go!!
Foxconn doesn't give a hoot about the Chinese market, or any other market. They just build the stuff folks contract them to build.
The explosive potential of D&S, though never realized over the last 5 years, is gone. Nokia is now in a "slow and steady" industries. The stock will grind higher (or lower) but aside from some short term volatility, this stock is going to move in a more tidal fashion. Just don't get caught up in the day-to-day moves of the stock.
Here I is!!
Did you see the side-by-side pics comparing the N1 and iPad?? Geez, you'd think it was designed by Samsung with the level of similarity going on there!!
The Register, #$%$ U#$%$.-b#$%$sed tech blog with #$%$ huge re#$%$dership worldwide, c#$%$lls the Z L#$%$uncher on the N1 "Hidden Brilli#$%$nce."
Noki#$%$ is l#$%$te (VERY L#$%$te) to the t#$%$blet g#$%$me, but #$%$s Steve Jobs s#$%$id, "You don't h#$%$ve to be first. You just h#$%$ve to be the best." We're still pretty f#$%$r #$%$w#$%$y from even discussing the N1's pl#$%$ce in the t#$%$blet ecosystem, but it's exciting to see them move #$%$w#$%$y from Windows #$%$nd embr#$%$ce Android.
Prep#$%$re yourselves for the comments like this, bec#$%$use you KNOW the comments #$%$re coming:
"Looks ex#$%$ctly like the iP#$%$d Mini, but without the home button."
"The bezel is too big."
Nokia spoke about this tablet almost 2 years ago. The head of design said he was spending half his day on this tablet and the rest of his time on everything else. Maybe they should have made it with the Sailfish OS on it instead of Android.
A lot of folks are disappointed that this move virtually rules out a re-entry into the phone market.
Those shorts have done nothing but LOSE money, and lose BIG they have!
They're doing it by licensing their brand name, not by re-entering the mobile phone market. I think that dream just died with Suri making this announcement.
Nokia pays a "special annual dividend", declared anew each year in May. This gives Nokia flexibility in managing their cash reserves vs. a regular quarterly dividend. The Nokia dividend is a bit of a strange bird with the Finnish dividend withholding tax policies.