NokiaFrom one cellular phone stock to another: Nokia (NOK - Get Report). Nokia has seen better days lately. Shares of the $10 billion firm have dropped like a rock in 2012, sliding 44.4% year-to-date as the firm's share of the phone market got eaten up along with its profitability. And now, a bearish setup in shares indicates that this stock's relief rally may be coming to an end.
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