Very difficult to see MSI not making a big run north. Yo you should really check out awesome-STOCKS, they seem on point with their stocks.
Mot stock is struggling in low 80's and is unable to go up with the market.
Motorola might be $200 in 2020, they got good communications and networking tactics, they are still professional with original recipe on communication/networking.
Somebody tell me why the stock tanks after a sterling earning report and upside optimism for Q2? It can't just be profit taking can it? MSI does well and the stock tanks....They do poorly and the stock tanks...they release mediocre earnings and the stock tanks... Frustrating for people like me that have it in my portfolio and I want it to hold it's value.
Profit taking.....trajectory is positive over 1 yr timeline
Hello folks. Mot earnings coming out on May 4th. Does anyone out there know what to expect for this last quarter?
The upside potential for MSI just got a whole lot more interesting thanks to an enticing eps(ttm) of 3.27. if you guys have questions you should ask a.awesomestocks. They often respond to my emails which is helpful.
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Short squeeze coming. You can see them trying to pull the stock in pre market.
Nice to see the CHICOMS get called out on their Corporate and Commercial spying and illegal appropriation of trade secrets. Another reason NOT to employ Chinese (and several others) HB1 visa holders.
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After the Trump speech, I can only see Motorola going up! Cheers.
There is very little gross margin in infrastructure. Outside of USA, the infrastructure costs are under enormous pressure from Chinese vendors like ZTE, Huawei etc. Motorola makes most of the gross margins in handset business. Citron is correct in its analysis. Motorola is priced to go down in the short term.
Motorola gives deep discounts to their handsets. The quality and strength to handle the rigors of the job are clearly way above the competition. I have worked with competitors handsets and they cant handle the tasks required. Talk to your local public safety people and that's when the real story comes clean. The guy that reported the short is a hack.
Look up comments from Jefferies & Co.'s George Notter about MSI and how wrong the criminal is.
In his note today, Jefferies's Notter writes that the Citron note is "grossly inaccurate and misguided." His main point is Citron discusses only handset pricing, which ignores the cost of the infrastructure in the different prices U.S. and European customers pay.
Look up "andrew left criminal" this is his scam to make money and the lawyers are his second wave. If you don't want him to make money don't sell. I have yet to see testing specs of the so called SAME products.
In a weakly policed but huge patchwork of as many as 20,000 city, county, state and federal two-way radio networks, governments have paid as much as $7,500 apiece for Motorola models when some competitors offered products meeting the same specifications for a fraction of its prices.
In Europe, which has a lower-power network that requires more costly towers and infrastructure, police radios serving the same functions sell for $500 to $700.
“While our public safety people do an extraordinary job in protecting the public, I am not impressed with the choices they’ve made relative to technology,” said Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., who represents part of Silicon Valley and has for years monitored Motorola’s dominance.
In a phone interview, she called radio prices of $5,000 and above “ludicrous.”