Nokia Corp (NOK)
$4.14 0.00 (0.00%)
7:20 EST NOK Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $4.14
Market Cap 23.31B
PE Ratio -17.25
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 41,238
Day's Range 4.14 - 4.14
52-Week Range 3.33 - 6.65
Dividend & Yield 0.21 (5.02%)
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While NOK stock is not likely to recover all its old glory of the dot-com era, it has more upside here. Management can trigger it soon.
NOK stock's upcoming earnings will show whether the recent cost-cutting and further rollout of 5G technology can push the bottom line higher
Nokia stock is itching for a gap fill and has momentum in its corner. Here's how to play NOK stock in the short-term.
By David Moadel
Longtime NOK stock holders are feeling like bag holders right about now. Will the 5G revolution be their savior?
In 2020, should its 5G business take off as Brad suggests, NOK will quickly move into the safe zone. Nonetheless, I think it’s important to realize that despite having $45 billion in total assets, it is still far from being a perfect investment.
In the best of circumstances, Nokia shares represented a speculative bet. But in stumbling out of the gates in the ultra-competitive 5G race, the company lost much credibility.
The fall of Nokia during the smartphone era could lead to a recovery in the next decade thanks to licensing and 5G deals.
These stocks to buy play critical roles in 5G and trade at reasonable valuations. Here's what you need to know about these 5G stocks.
Nokia has too many headwinds in 2020 it make it a buy, but it should be on investors' watchlists as a turnaround play for the following year
By Thomas Niel
But all bets are off whether Nokia will rebound, or flounder in the near-term. Shares price in this uncertainty. Yet, the stock is not undervalued, but fairly priced. So what's the call? Stay on the sidelines. Nokia could be tempting at a lower price level. For now, not so much.
For many investors NOK stock is a remnant of Christmas’ past, but there’s reasons off and on the price chart which point at a much brighter future
Lower guidance for 2019 and 2020 along with margin concerns. 5G is the hope for turnaround beyond 2020. Cash burn remains a concern.
NOK is the corporate world's answer to Murphy's Law, meaning that everything that can go wrong for the telecom equipment maker has gone wrong. While ERIC stock offers less of a potential upside, it is a safer bet than NOK stock.
Nokia's plunge might look to some like a contrarian opportunity. But investors need to understand what a "contrarian opportunity" truly is.
With 5G, Nokia should have been a winner in 2019. Instead, it's struggling and losing money. I'd rather own the Mets than NOK stock.
Despite competitive challenges, a rising tide should lift the entire 5G industry, including NOK stock. But NOK may not outperform its peers.
That was early to mid-2000. The shares closed at $3.52 last Friday. In other words, one's morning latte could cost more than a share of Nokia stock and for those sensing opportunity here simply because of the low price tag, I suggest some reading on the perils of low-priced equities.
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