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|52 Wk Low/High||2.34 / 5.14|
This week I have acquired some cheap $5 calls in Nokia (NOK) that expire next Friday.
The biggest surprise of 2012 could be that the financials, the most hated group out there, can actually soar.
Microsoft's operating system for smartphones, called Windows Phone, is catching on and drawing raves.
I also got shorter on American Express via buying some puts. Today I have added to the following longs: Nokia (NOK), ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT) and iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index Fund (FXI). And I have initiated a position in A...
As players vie for market share, InterDigital's IP and 4G abilities put it in an enviable position.
The Department of Defense approves Android devices, so RIMM may lose this once-captive market.
The beleaguered tech name is popping in premarket trading on word that several suitors have come calling.
As 'the face' of the Android smartphone, the company's murky outlook is worth monitoring.
My venture into the world of chipmakers has turned up an appealing, if high-beta, year-end play.
A broad shift toward more RF components in connected devices could mean a bright future for this beaten-down tech play.
Two Goldman analysts were right about Research In Motion in 2010, and they look right again.
The next rally is likely to be a better one than we have been seeing in the last month.