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QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)

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    none
    none
    QCOM squeezed others and they are returning the favor. I don't know who is right, but you would think companies like AAPL will abide by contracts. AAPL is known to be stingy with their money. And yes, QCOM should drop NXPI. May the 30 billion can do something better.
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    Kayla
    Kayla
    Do you think this thing is done selling? Showing us a buy signal now on QCOM? I started receiving notifications from awe.some_sto-cks the other week and so far they have presented interesting new trade ideas.
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    Bunny
    Bunny
    AAPl will yield cause they will afraid of injunction of iphone 8 sales.
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    Ethan
    Ethan
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    IMO, Only up from here folks...
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    Joe
    Joe
    so now China is complaining that we are invoking section 301of Trade Act of1974, essentially by passing the WTO, which china has a seat on. China has been always and will continue to steal intellectual property. they pirate all designer brand clothing from pocket books and watches to sweat shirts and everything in between and should be prosecuted and forced to abide by the law like everyone else. this is why I'm totally disgusted and actually quite angry that the were able to circumvent the WTO when they extorted 975Million from Qcom and pressured a lower royalty rate. this obviously was done only for the benefit of Chinese firms and nobody else. it also served as the opening attack at the core of Qcom's revenue. the biggest joke is that Chinese firms who benefited greatly when they cut Qcom's throat are still sticking it to Qcom as a puppet of Apple during the current dispute, and causing more pain. please realize that China is N.Korea and they have been the enemy since before Eisenhower in every single aspect of their existence
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    Joe
    Joe
    Qualcomm, GE, HPE are perfect for Pump and Dump. These companies are zombie stocks. NXP at 110$ is too expensive with high risks. Too many Indians but no Chief. no vision. No innovation. Do not catch a falling knife.
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    osulindrool
    osulindrool
    People like to pump AAPL having how much cash overseas..

    Do you know how much QCOM cash (and/or equivalent. the same way AAPL's cash is calculated and excluding debt)?

    33B. That is over 40% of QCOM market cap..
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    Rita
    Rita
    is Qcom following the path of IBM???
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    Joe
    Joe
    lets get this straight. a company that pays for all or almost every dollar on R&D to invent a technology and protects itself against infringement with patents is considered a MONOPOLY when successful. They become the "standard" to give the opportunity for others to share the tech and also make billions in profit. the opportunists that ride the wave then have the right to sue and renegotiate the terms and dictate the profit they allow the original entity to enjoy while they preserve their right to rip off the end user and are protected by law as "buyer beware" and all is good In capitalism...does that sound like its right? yeah, that's what I thought too....
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    osulindrool
    osulindrool
    Despite that AAPL breaks the law, QCOM still cheaper than a lot of industrial stocks and tech stocks.
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    Mel
    Mel
    Why don't Apple just buy QCOM
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    Dana
    Dana
    CNBC thinks QCOM should bid against themselves and pay $115 to $117 for NXPI just because Elliot wants more and owns 6% of the stock. What a joke! If QCOM walked away, NXPI would be an $80 stock again.
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    AXL, Inc
    AXL, Inc
    Qualcomm should announce unconditional surrender regarding apple and claim all of apple's increase in market cap since 2009
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    Fannie
    Fannie

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    brian
    brian
    Osulin still Pumping his QCOM from $70?

    Lmao-I just hit $750,000 gains on TSLA
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    Joe
    Joe
    apple to get spanked in china. they happen to boast about themselves getting paid not only on the sales of apps but purchases made within the software, WOW SAME AS QCOM, even China ruled the its not illegal. they did however fine Qcom $975m. what's good for apple is good for Qcom...pay up NOW
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    Timer Tick Tock
    Timer Tick Tock
    YEAH!!!! Could be the worst OTC ever but FDBL has major, big volume this morning! I'm long!
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    Kelby
    Kelby

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    Donald J Drumpf
    Donald J Drumpf
    Qualcomm is providing money, expertise and engineering for Beijing’s master plan to create its own technology superpowers.
    How This U.S. Tech Giant Is Backing China’s Tech Ambitions
    Qualcomm is providing the money, expertise and engineering to help drive Beijing’s master plan to create its own technology superpowers.
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