Not to mention that Nokia is only loaning it's brand name to phones made by completely different companies.
But not until 2020. Or later. **snore** Wake me up in three years...
1. ...from some fissure the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God...
2. ...We believe ... in something preternatural came into the world precisely to disturb, to suffocate the fruits of the Ecumenical Council and to prevent the prorompesse Church hymn of joy
Inane mumbo jumbo, but whatever.
Contrary to popular belief, it's NOT a zero-sum game. That's because an HFT doesn't buy and sell from the same player on any given trade.
That's a stretch. First, those Nokia branded phones don't even exist yet, and won't for a year or more. Plus they'll be Nokia in name only and not a big revenue deal for Nokia. The move looks like it's there to bolster home grown companies like ZTE and Huwei. Plus it might not even stand.
You think there are a lot of spammers and political hacks on THIS board?? I went on the GS forum page (my alma mater of a kind) and after ignoring the pumpsters and whack-a-do's spewing their political and social manifestos, the entire page was BLANKED OUT!! Not a single post that wasn't ignored!!
Apparently in an effort to get around the sensor bots some of the antisemites have taken to using the term, "Z-berg" to indicate those of the Hebrew faith. I didn't know of this term. Even an old dog like me can learn a new trick I suppose. Not that I'll ever use that one. But it took me a minute too translate what this particular hater was even trying to say as he had to use so many acronyms and misspellings just to get his tripe to post.
Like they say in "you know where": Oy Vey!! :)
No matter how you feel about the Brexit, it bears watching if you're a holder of any European ADRs. At the very least, there will be short term volatility in the Euro while folks hash out how it will effect the Euro. Thankfully the UK was never in the Euro itself, keeping the Pound Sterling as its own independent currency. This almost sank the Euro at the start - folks were counting on the UK and Germany to be the two pillars of strength behind the united European currency. The whole thing almost never happened when the Brits said, "No thank you."
Stay nimble folks, and don't be afraid to actually TRADE your positions. No shame in taking a profit and getting back in when the move looks right.
The market always reacts aggressively to #$%$.D. That's Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt. If the China story is really false the stock will correct to normal rational levels. Remember: A rumor is not responsible for who believes it.
They do a big iPhone promo with EVERY new model. Stores have had iPhone posters in their windows for 4 years straight.
You'll make yourself sick watching the day-to-day price fluctuations. Best to only look weekly, or monthly. Seek the trend, not the micro-moves.