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Nokia Oyj (NOKBF)

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  • W
    WirelessBusHub
    Have you seen the news about Broadcom's projected buyout of VMWare at $60B?

    This has again brought up the question of a Nokia valuation.

    Regardless of any consideration that Nokia could or could not be acquired, the valuation of VMWare by Broadcom at a $60B market cap on $13B in annual revenue (TTM) should require some rethinking of Nokia's $27B market cap on $24B in annual revenue (TTM).

    Especially when you factor that VMWare has Net Cash of ($10B) and Nokia has Net Cash of $5B. All this adds up to a glaring view of how much Nokia is UNDERVALUED.
  • J
    JesBlanc
    "In order to transmit all the computers bits that the metaverse will require, networks will need to be at least 100 times or even 1,000 times faster than they are today", Lundmark said.

    NOKIA!
    Bullish
  • D
    Dreamer
    Pekka was very good in his Davos interview. Strong, clear-eyed, aggressive and extremely credible. I am more enthused than ever. I simply hope they will step up the buy backs and sop up every share the manipulators put out there and force them to buy those shares back at a future exorbitant price. The daily patterns are so clear that manipulation is ongoing and Nokia must fight back. Furthermore, every share of the manipulators holdings is a great investment for Nokia. A true win - win for all except the criminals at the gate.
    Bullish
  • M
    Mykl
    @Bill and many others ask why nothing is being done to hold the obvious manipulators of Nokia stock accountable.

    It's likely because there's actually a good chance that what they are doing is legal!

    They start out with extremely large long holdings. Then they sell calls at prices that appear to be attractive. They use algorithmic trading to sell just enough long shares to hold the pps down in a range that lets them profit big time by keeping the premiums they booked selling calls that expire worthless or at least less than what they originally sold them for. That is obvious especially when we see the daily charts barcoding. The alogos match buy orders to hold the pps in a range or to bring it down.

    When Nokia is at or near its lows, they buy back some or all of their long shares in order to repeat the process - this swings the stock back to the high end of the range they are playing.

    It's simply a smart trading strategy that isn't illegal. as long as its just trading that's involved and as long as they aren't colluding with others or deliberately and knowingly putting out false negative information, then there's nothing illegal going on.

    Proving collusion or proving their connection to false negative information is very difficult to do. And Nokia's history probably makes that unnecessary as the market is still wary and suspicious of Nokia and the early stages of the turnaround, not to mention the uneducated masses that still view Nokia as a failed handset manufacturer.

    The manipulators know that as long as the price and volume remains within their target ranges, the strategy described above is profitable for them.

    At SOME point in time, the market in general will start to rally around Nokia; volume will increase and stay at a level that makes their strategy more expensive and too difficult to pull off.

    At THAT point in time, the option manipulators are ready to flip their strategy and join the rally, pushing Nokia to new highs where they will profit from their long shares and by reversing their options play.

    When you know what's going on, you and I can actually profit by playing the predicable swings in Nokia pps. This is what I've been able to do successfully by trading around my core position for years.

    You can also just keep buying the dips and holding long, confident in Nokia's future - that works too!
  • M
    Millzee
    At some point cheap has gotta be cheap and this thing needs to rise up >$6 and trade like an actual profitable company and not like a going concern.
  • V
    Vince...
    T-Mobile and Nokia Collaborate on Building Flexible and Scalable 5G Networks
    Bullish
  • W
    WirelessBusHub
    Buyback program has been purchasing over 1M shares every 3 days of trading. Wish it was 2M per day or over EUR 2B purchased in 2022, but it's a start.
  • D
    Domenick C
    T mobile working to join with NOKIA just the BEGINNING all the phone companies will go with nokia .the best security the best technology the best of 5G its inevitable , look at it like wen Rockefeller built the first oil refineries he wound up with ALL, ALL the oil wells . SUPER SMART .GO NOK
  • S
    Sunny
    Nokia ‘s deal with TMobile and Ericsson’s deal today, each working hard,
    …”Today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) announced that Ericsson’s industry-leading RAN and Core equipment will power T-Mobile’s 5G Advanced Network Solutions (5G ANS) — a suite of supercharged 5G network options for enterprise and government customers. 5G Advanced Network Solutions allows customers to choose the level of performance they need, giving them the flexibility to unlock the power of 5G…”
  • A
    Alexander
    Good news for Nokia from Canada) Nokia stock should go UP today )
    "OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canada on Thursday said it plans to ban the use of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp (HK:0763) 5G gear to protect national security, joining the rest of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network.

    "We intend to exclude Huawei and ZTE from our 5G networks," Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne told reporters in Ottawa. "Providers who already have this equipment installed will be required to cease its use and remove it under the plans we're announcing today."

    Champagne added that companies will be required to remove their 5G gear by June, 2024, would not be reimbursed. Companies using their 4G equipment must be removed by the end of 2027.

    The decision - widely expected - had been delayed amid diplomatic tensions with China. The rest of the Five Eyes network - which consists of Canada, the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand - has already banned the equipment.

    In September 2018, Canada first announced it would review the possible threats to national security in adopting Huawei equipment.

    Then in December of the same year, Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on a U.S. warrant, creating a long-running dispute with China that finally ended last September with Meng's release.

    After Meng's arrest, two Canadians were arrested by Beijing and accused of espionage. The two men were released the same day as Meng.

    Now diplomatic tensions between China and Canada have eased somewhat. On Wednesday, China removed a three-year restriction on imports of Canadian canola seed, reversing what was considered a retaliatory move for Meng's arrest.

    Thursday's decision comes after telecom companies in Canada already opted to use other companies' 5G hardware.

    China expressed opposition to this decision. "We will take all necessary measures to safeguard the legitimate interests of Chinese firms," foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told reporters in Beijing on Friday.

    A spokesperson for China's embassy in Canada said the alleged security concerns were a "pretext for political manipulation" and accused Canada of working with the United States to suppress Chinese companies.

    Alykhan Velshi, vice president of corporate affairs for Huawei in Canada, said in an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp that the company is still waiting to hear "what sort of national security threats they think Huawei poses".

    Velshi said that Huawei still has 1,500 employees in Canada, mostly in research and development, and sold products like mobile phones, and would continue to do so.

    ZTE did not immediately responded to requests for comment.

    In 2020, Bell Canada and rival Telus (NYSE:TU) Corp - two of the biggest wireless providers - teamed up with Sweden's Ericsson (BS:ERICAs) and Finland's Nokia Oyj (HE:NOKIA) to build fifth-generation (5G) telecoms networks, ditching Huawei for the project despite using Huawei 4G gear.

    In addition to the ban, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said Canada would draft new legislation to protect critical financial, telecommunications, energy and transport infrastructure from cyber threats."
    Bullish
  • S
    Sweetheartface
    Nokia Press Release
    Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced the launch of Nokia DAC Wi-Fi to offer more flexibility for industries connecting assets as part of their digital transformation. The Wi-Fi connectivity solution will be available in the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) end-to-end industrial-grade digitalization platform.
    Wireless networks are vitally important to connect industrial assets for organizations implementing Industry 4.0 use cases. The secure, low-latency and reliable connectivity provided by 4.9G/LTE and 5G allows enterprises to access, analyse and act upon operational data in real time, for new capabilities and efficiencies. Traditionally, however, organizations use a variety of technologies to connect assets, including Wi-Fi, and as a result, many are upgrading to Wi-Fi 6 to improve capabilities for connected legacy assets and services.

    With the introduction of the Nokia DAC Wi-Fi solution, organizations can tap into license-free spectrum to augment their private networks and support non-business-critical Operational Technology (OT) workflows, such as deskless workforce instructions and non-critical connections used to access machine maintenance data. These organizations can now take advantage of the Nokia DAC single cloud-based operations and management interface for all connectivity technologies, add plug and play private wireless 4.9G/LTE and 5G for real-time reliable connectivity, or boost capacity with Wifi6 for other connectivity needs. This not only provides unparalleled flexibility, but also significant cost efficiencies that come with single platform operations.

    Michele Mackenzie, Principal Analyst, Analysys Mason, said: “Private wireless is likely to dominate OT critical connectivity needs over time, but Wi-Fi is likely to remain part of the connectivity mix used in industrial plants for a long time to come. The recent evolution to Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, that helps makes Wi-Fi more deterministic, also makes it more suitable for less critical high bandwidth OT applications. The addition of Wi-Fi to Nokia’s private wireless and MX industrial edge solutions is a natural evolution that allows Nokia to offer enterprises a single platform that unifies Wi-Fi and 5G connectivity for the enterprises’ future Industry 4.0 needs.”

    Stephan Litjens, Vice President of Enterprise solutions for Nokia, said: “By introducing the Nokia DAC Wi-Fi connectivity solution to our portfolio, we broaden our support for connecting machines, sensors and people to accelerate our clients’ Industry 4.0 journey. Moreover, with all data flowing into our MX Industrial Edge, we also make it easier for application developers and system integrators to create intelligent solutions as they can process that data in real-time on our open compute platform. With Nokia DAC Wi-Fi, we place connectivity choice firmly in the hands of our customers and offer a solution that best meets their digital transformation needs today and tomorrow.”

    Nokia DAC Wi-Fi, available in the fourth quarter of 2022, offers versatile connectivity deployment scenarios based on the unique needs of each customer:
    Wireless connectivity for customers that would like to start with Wi-Fi 6/6E to cover their IT and non-business critical OT operations, with a seamless evolution option to private wireless at any point as the need evolves.
    Wi-Fi 6/6E connectivity in addition to cellular private wireless networks to provide complementary capacity at hotspot locations for non-business critical operations. The customer always gets the best connectivity as Nokia DAC Wi-Fi solution interwork with cellular private wireless networks and provide a seamless user experience by being always connected to the best layer.
    Nokia MX Boost for private wireless running over Nokia MXIE can further improve connectivity depending on the use case requirements. Nokia MX Boost is a revolutionary innovation that allows companies to aggregate different radio technologies – such as private wireless and Wi-Fi - in order get maximum performance benefits from all radio layers.
    The Nokia DAC Wi-Fi connectivity solution will be offered with indoor and ruggedized outdoor access point variants supporting Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, as well as Wi-Fi management and Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) functionality. Nokia DAC Wi-Fi comes with a disruptive as-a-service subscription model in which the Access Points will be offered free of charge.
  • W
    WirelessBusHub
    Canada bans Chinese tech giant Huawei from 5G network | CBC News -

    "The federal government has banned Huawei from working on Canada's fifth-generation networks over security concerns — a decision critics say was long overdue."

    I'm surprised this was just announced today and not months ago, but some more good news for Nokia.

    Yahoo won't post the article, so search it yourself. Honestly, I didn't know
  • K
    Kevin
    Good stuff below. NOK way undervalued. We could all use the headset with noise cancellation to block out dimwit old nyse and his sock puppet Stewie.

    range of accessories from new partner Savox, hand-held remote speaker microphones (RSMs), headsets with noise cancellation and helmet compatible headsets, will provide more ways for workers to connect, while increasing situational awareness to enhance their safety. First responders, mining engineers and others working in harsh environments will be able to communicate without having to remove protective equipment and hear in noisy locations. All devices are designed, manufactured, and certified to meet regulatory requirements.
    In addition to a wearable camera with or without push-to-talk functionality, we are also launching a Nokia Industrial 5G video camera supporting excellent low light performance and image quality. The video camera can be wirelessly connected to your private wireless 5G network and enables enterprise customers to benefit from real-time video analysis, face recognition, object detection (for surveillance); defect detection (for industrial, and obstacles), road sign detection and drive record (for automotive
  • W
    WirelessBusHub
    As of today, 5/20/22, Nokia has purchased 20,829,808 shares since beginning the program on 2/14/22.

    Approx. $100M to date based on today's closing price of $4.83.
  • J
    Joe
    Earnings per share will increase every quarter. Whatever little bit helps get us out of penny land and then slow upwards momentum from there. Unless of course they expand by buying some companies or expand their product line. Then it’s faster momentum. Anything and everything is possible when your cash positive, especially when is in the billions!
  • J
    Joe
    I’m so confident in Nokia that I’m making it my new savings account. 30%-100% gain 1-2 years without them making any changes other than buybacks and steadily increasing EPS. Eventually 10x assuming they find ways to increase revenue which I believe they will because of the money they’re putting into research and development.
  • A
    Alexander
    Nokia on Course to Hit 2022 Targets,
    but Investor Interest Is Low due to market turbulence.
    "1323 GMT - After Nokia's positive pre-announcement of 4Q earnings and upgraded guidance in January, its 1Q results were less spectacular, but still positive, Deutsche Bank analyst Robert Sanders says in a note. Overall, the Finnish telecom company should continue to see sustained growth in its network-infrastructure business, offsetting some supply-chain headwinds in mobile networks, Sanders says. This should put the company on course to post a comparable margin of 11.9% in 2022, versus the targeted range of 11%-13.5%, he adds. "The challenge with the stock appears to be record-low interest in the tech sub-segment of telecom equipment, which is a surprise to us," the analyst says. The German bank lowers its target price on the stock to EUR6.00 from EUR6.50 and keeps a buy rating"
    Note: 6 euro = $ 6, 30 at current exchange rate
  • M
    Moe
    Canada to announce ban on use of Huawei and ZTE 5G equipment
    Bullish
  • A
    Alexander
    "NOK has outperformed the market over the last 50 trading days when compared to the S&P 500. NOK's chart formation is showing signs of reversing its recent downtrend.
    Upside momentum, as measured by the 9-day RSI indicator, remains positive."
    50 day average = $ 5, 17 , 200 day average = $ 5, 62
    We need it to close above 50 day average !
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