It is sad to see this happen to the Radio Shack and all its employees and especially all of its investors but the reality is that not all troubled companies survive or get bought out. I've talked my friend out of investing in RSH when it was trading around 2.50 what a bargain he said to me, then I reminded him to just do simply research like look at their balance sheet and check out a few locations. No money no property and no customers. Only value left is actual leased locations in key areas maybe for someone like Microsoft if they choose to take over some of their leases to sell their new hardware products but that's a shot in the dark.
Buybacks start today. So I'm expecting an up tic for at least the next 10-20 days. Nokia will be hammering the ask price, anything under 10 is a discount.
If you bought Nokia when I said it was a screaming buy you would have a dollar a share more right now. You can lead horses to water but you can't make them drink, but please don't #$%$ in the watering hole I show you that's just rude.
The share price will hold stable and or rise. When buybacks take place it's a constant buying at the ask price.
I'm predicting above estimates and good contracts disclosed showing why Nokia will have a better second half. Next 3 or 4 earnings in a row Nokia will surprise with positive numbers and when arbitration is completed with Samsung in 2015 I'm predicting Nokia will have to warn profit before that particular ER because it will include payments for all of 2014 plus 2015. 2-15% post ER.
What would really be sweat for Nokia and us investors when Nokia gets Samsung's settlement next year they will also be celebrating their 150 year anniversary and that calls for special party. Lets get through double taxation issue in India and this company comes to life big time.
Three reasons to reconsider your ALU purchase:
1-What happens to ALU in 12 months when interest rates go up?
2-How will ALU pay off its giant debt after interest rates go up?.
3-ALU can't reduce their debt now with record low interest rates, how much more will ALU lose once their debt goes higher?
No profit and no chance to retire debt equals no good. But I give you credit for your effort and anything is possible.
Tax laws change pretty frequently and most of retail investors only talk to their accountant's once or twice a year. And if most investors can't figure out how much dividend they got well they just simple forgot how to multiply and subtract.
Interesting I will certainly ask my account about this. If that is the case that makes Nokia a more attractive dividend play for US investors even at a 2%-3% dividend.
Sorry to hear all you guys that are getting slammed with 30% withheld. My TD Ameritrade paid me yesterday morning just slightly under .50 cents less 15% withheld and my cash was available first thing in the morning for trading.
I never quit understood why Nokia didn't release same phone 1020 or 920 or 929 or 930 across all carriers like Apple and Samsung and HTC does. But I beginning to think Nokia had a good reason why. Example a few weeks ago I'm in a bar with 3 friends after a round of golf and quickly we all noticed I was the only one with both phone service and internet connection ( by the way that was the day Nokia hit 8.35). One friend had S5 with Sprint the other with iPhone4 with AT&T and the third with iPhone4 with Verizon. The only explanation is the quality of my Nokia's 929 is superior and built custom fit for Verizon's mobile infrastructure and the same goes with Nokia's 920 with AT&T and so on. When phone makers spread a single model phone across all carriers they simple don't work as good. Nobody noticed before because they had nothing better to compare it to until Nokia's flagship Lumia came out. BTW I love my 929 I just wish all the same apps were available for me too.
Don't waste your breath with mjk4080 he is a paid pumper. I see him on lots of technology stocks message boards pumping nihd all day long. But I do hope Nii gets bought out for a descent dollar.
I heard Kevin O'Leary from Shark Tank say on CNBC that after an intense research into his grandmothers wealth and how exactly she became rich and he discovered that all her wealth came from her dividend paying stocks but the actual huge growth of wealth came from her reinvesting all her dividends back into purchasing more shares. It makes a lot sense to me, good way to build more wealth and rotate stock.
Your rumor is BS. Please try to hope for positive cash flow from your beloved ALU rather than reaching into Nokia's pockets with alligator arms it just isn't going to happen.