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It's been quite some time since such a ground swell has existed for the persistently punished stock.
Party like it's...1997? Jim Cramer explains why he thinks that Nokia has upside potential.
Nokia shares edged lower Thursday after lawmakers in France rejected moves by the government to tighten rules on telecoms companies providing next generation equipment that could raise concerns over national security.
Nokia shares could move higher if its key competitors are cut out of the West.
Volume in the tech stock has surged as prices rallied and shrank as prices retreated, which is a pattern technical analysts like to see.
Jim Cramer says Wednesday brought multiple positive earnings surprises that prompt us to ask how is it possible that these moves can occur without warning?
We booked hefty wins last week exiting Blue Apron and GE and trimming our position in Fitbit.
While Nokia shares are trading off today following its December quarterly earnings, we’ll take it in stride.
The glass maker is seeing strong optical fiber demand from telcos and data center owners, and is even growing its Gorilla Glass sales in the face of a weak smartphone market.
We are doing some prudent selling of Blue Apron, Fitbit and Nokia, booking nice gains amid a choppy earnings season.
While the overall stock market finished last week essentially unchanged, the portfolio had several outperformers.
Nokia and USA Technologies will benefit from these recent market developments.
The chip stock surge at the week's end shines a light on just how pessimistic some investors had been as earnings multiples fell to rock-bottom levels last year.
It's going to be one hectic week.
Ericsson's earnings are extremely positive for our Nokia investment thesis and set the stage for a favorable report from Nokia next week.
We locked in healthy profits on some fast movers and initiated 2 new positions last week.
We added one new position and doubled down on another during a very good week for the portfolio.
We exited two positions last week as the portfolio and the market started off the year in the green.
There are several catalysts that could drive both the economy and the stock market higher in the coming months.
We added a position in Fitbit, scaled deeper into AcelRx Pharmaceuticals and improved our cost basis in Pitney Bowes.
While the portfolio is down year-to-date, on a relative basis we are well ahead of our benchmark in one of the most challenging market environments in years.
The firm forecasts growth in revenue of 3.3% in the year through March 2019, and a 9.7% increase in operating profit.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed amid an easing of trade tensions between the U.S. and China; Apple will invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin, Texas; Japan's SoftBank will replace equipment from China's Huawei in its 4G telecommunications network infrastructure with hardware from Ericsson and Nokia, a report says.
Despite steep declines in the broader market last week, the portfolio had several winners and was helped by our large cash position.
A transition in how people game has led to a major challenge for the company.
Verizon's announcement of a 5G network that smartphone users will be able to tap into in the first half of 2019 should boost the prospects of AXT and Nokia.
We added to two positions last week, as positive action in the market led the Russell 2000 to climb.
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