Nokia Corp (NOK)
$3.87 0.09 (2.27%)
19:58 EST NOK Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $3.87
Market Cap 21.79B
PE Ratio -16.13
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 58.54M
Day's Range 3.78 - 3.89
52-Week Range 3.33 - 6.42
Dividend & Yield 0.21 (5.37%)
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Nokia has given up most of the gains for the year. But there may be still more on the downside. Here’s a look at why.
It’s lead to severe depression for long-term holders to be certain, but today’s NOK stock could leave investors feeling more Finnish going forward.
NOK stock might look initially appealing on the premise that things will be different this time around. However, this narrative has never played out well before and it's unlikely to do so now.
5G demand globally has hit a lull, and so long as demand trends in the market remain weak, so will NOK stock.
NOK stock has struggled in the past year and lost 35% of its value in 2019. This article shows why things might improve for Nokia in 2020.
5G deployment is underway. Investors who ignore this trend are missing its potential as 5G growth accelerates in the next few years.
As Nokia's free cash flow rises, prospects for a 2020 dividend take off. If FCF grows, NOK stock will get a dividend by year-end
Is Nokia too-big-to-fail? At least one government official seems to think so. And that's great news for Nokia's stock price.
The recently approved T-Mobile-Sprint deal makes NOK stock more interesting than before. However, is that really saying much?
By David Moadel
It's not every day that America's top lawman makes a market recommendation. But that doesn't necessarily mean you have to take a position in NOK stock right now.
Nokia has made serious gains in 5G but that still may not be enough to push NOK stock price to $5 or higher.
NOK stock has been on a downward trajectory since mid-January, a situation made worse when Huwaei won a 5G victory in the U.K.
The 5G rollout is happening this year, but that doesn't mean NOK stock is a buy; Not with Nokia's recent history of disappointment.
Don't be fooled by NOK stock. It isn't too cheap to ignore. In fact, as its rivals continue to outperform it in 5G, it's perfect to ignore.
Nokia is losing the race in 5G base stations to Samsung and Ericsson. NOK stock is not suitable for investors of any age.
By Thomas Niel
While NOK stock could fall back to its 52-week low, long-term the company could surprise. Bottom line? Continue to stay on the sidelines.
Margin will remain under pressure through 2020. Long-term growth to be driven by 5G, internet of things and licensing cash flows.
5G is key to Nokia stock, and pressure on a key competitor should help growth. But politics alone won't solve the company's problems.
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Kepler Capital analyst Sebastien Sztabowicz maintained a Buy rating on Nokia (NOK – Research Report) yesterday and set a price target of EUR4.80. The company’s shares closed last Monday at $3.96. According to TipRanks.com, Sztabowicz is a 4-star analyst with an average return of 8.7% and a 40.9% success rate. Sztabowicz covers the Consumer Goods
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