Nokia Corp (NOK)
$4.08 0.01 (0.24%)
19:58 EST NOK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 22.98B
PE Ratio -17.00
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 36.64M
Day's Range 4.04 - 4.14
52-Week Range 2.34 - 5.14
Dividend & Yield 0.21 (5.10%)
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Globalstar (GSAT) stock is on the rise Friday after announcing a shipping agreement for its business partner Nokia (NOK).
Don't panic. However, keep a wary eye on U.S.-China trade policy in 2021. Trade relief for Huawei could be a big blow for Nokia stock.
Success in the 5G space is the key for Nokia stock but it continues to weaken as the company lags far behind its competitors at this time
Here are seven 5G stocks that represent various ways for investors to participate as the next generation of mobile networks takes hold around the world.
Investors are watching to see if the leadership change will turnaround the persistent slump in performance by Nokia stock.
Penny stocks are known for big gains, but investors would do well to discern the more credible names in the group before buying.
Nokia is still trading at a steep discount as investors fail to recognize the long-term growth in its 5G business.
If you invested $1,000 in Nokia in September 2011, you’d have $1,000 today. So, what will the next nine years be like for NOK stock?
Some investors tried to give NOK stock the benefit of the doubt. Judging from the charts, though, that belief is now unjustified.
NOK stock has been a long-time disappointment. But the company does have some advantages.
The simple fact is that there seems to be a lack of conviction by analysts that has yet to translate to investors. NOK stock is up just 6% for the year. But it wasn’t so long ago that the stock was down 15% for the year.
As political issues weigh against rival Huawei, NOK stock holders can revel in regulatory pressures that tend to favor Nokia in 2021.
By Joel Baglole
While many investors are losing patience with Nokia stock, the perennial under performer looks to finally be turning a corner with the launch of fifth generation (5G) wireless networks and a new CEO.
The long-term threat to Nokia stock doesn't come from Huawei, but from open source and open standards stripping it of proprietary advantage.
Nokia stock is making a hash of a perfectly good situation, losing contracts, missing estimates, and refusing to reinstate its dividend.
Amidst the confusion in the world today, we know on fact for sure: Everyone wants 5G. Therefore 5G stocks belong in investor portfolios.
Nokia stock is down this month on the back of a disappointing third quarter and its lacklustre performance in the 5G realm
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