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After many quarters of slowdown, Nokia (NOK) showed its first glimpse of a turnaround. The company is in the process of a big transformation after the replacement of CEO Rajeev Suri and a 5G-focused growth strategy.
The company’s stock crashed in 2019 after weakened guidance and no dividend payouts, causing yield investors to divest the stock. The Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on global markets have made it go down further, and as of March 6, the company trades at low valuations. In my opinion, it seems to have bottomed out. With all the low investor expectations factored into Nokia’s
After delivering a decent quarterly performance and finishing 2019 on a positive note, Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson (ERIC) has been the subject of merger and acquisition-related speculation. The company is leading the 5G rollouts in Europe and North America, with the political scrutiny faced by rival Huawei acting in its favor.
There appears to be a possibility of a potential merger with Scandinavian peer Nokia Oyj (NOK) or even a chance of Ericsson being acquired by an American mega-cap like Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO), Dell Technologies Inc. (DELL) or Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) given that the U.S. government might consider countering
Brandes Investments was founded in 1974 by Charles Brandes, who left the company in February 2018. The value-investing firm sold shares in the following stocks during the third quarter.
The firm trimmed 38.72% of its Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) position. The trade had an impact of -0.51% on the portfolio.
The technology company, which develops a wide range of software products and services, has a market cap of $820.89 billion.
GuruFocus gives the company a profitability and growth rating of 9 out of 10. The return on equity
Telstra Corp. Ltd. (ASX:TLS) (TLSYY) is Australia's largest telecom and media company. Around 84.6% of the country's population uses the internet. Just pay attention to all those Instagram influencers from Down Under.
From a global perspective, Australia looks like it has the strongest economy with low unemployment, low inflation (~1.0%), solid GDP per capita and a low debt burden. Its credit ratings are AAA across the board according to both Fitch and Standard & Poor’s. In addition, it is growing at about 3% a year.
Telstra released some really exciting news in January by introducing the world’s
It was a fruitful 2016 for Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO). The stock was up over 25% from its 52-week low, but the company is off to an almost flat start this year. Cybersecurity threats as well as standardization issues are increasing at a rapid rate, accounting for the foremost hurdles to the evolution of connectivity.
Cisco is in a great position to benefit from these continuously rising cybersecurity threats and looks like a better option compared to most of its rivals. The company is offering more innovative and advanced intelligent automated solutions with industry-leading security, which further fortifies its position
Google bought YouTube in 2006 for $1.65 billion when YouTube had 72.1 million users across the globe. It is possibly one of the best acquisitions Google, now a subsidiary of Alphabet (GOOG)(GOOGL), has ever made because the user base alone has exploded to more than 1 billion users watching hundreds of millions of hours of video.
With nearly one in every three people with access to the Internet already on YouTube, the video giant has achieved the massive scale required to make it practically competitor-proof. Facebook (FB) has been aggressively pushing its video platform, but despite the size
NWQ Managers (Trades, Portfolio) is a value-oriented money management firm with several funds products and more than $54 billion under management. In both the second and third quarters the guru bought shares in the following stocks:
Total SA ADR (TOT)
During the second quarter, the guru increased its stake by 0.90% and by 33.48% in the third quarter.
Total is an integrated oil and gas company. It explores and develops oil and gas properties, liquefied natural gas, petrochemicals and specialty chemicals. It is also engaged in trading and shipping of crude oil and petroleum products. Third-quarter
The All-Cap Investment Committee initiated a position in Sweden-based Ericsson (ERIC). The company is the global leader in wireless infrastructure, with 40% of the world
Cisco (CSCO) has been nothing short of an impressive dividend growth stock since it began paying dividends in 2011.
Dodge & Cox was founded in 1930 by Van Duyn Dodge and E. Morris Cox. The firm manages a portfolio of 186 stocks with a total value of $99.4 billion. The following are the stocks he has been buying for at least the last two quarters.
LM Ericsson Telephone Co. (ERIC)
During Q2, the firm increased its stake by 2.13% and in Q3, again bought shares in the company with another increase of 1.54% of its stake. The fund currently holds 10.07% of outstanding shares of the company.
The company is a provider of communications networks, telecom services and
According to GuruFocus' list of three-year lows, Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDS.B), Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co. (ERIC) and TELUS Corp. (TU) have all reached their three-year lows.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC reached $47.09
The prices of Royal Dutch Shell shares have declined to $47.09, which is 48.7% off the three-year high of $88.13.
Royal Dutch Shell has a market cap of $150.27 billion. Its shares were traded at around $47.09 with a P/E ratio of 99.24 and a P/S ratio of 0.49. The dividend yield of Royal Dutch Shell stocks is 7.96%. Royal Dutch Shell
According to GuruFocus list of 52-week lows, these Guru stocks have reached their 52-week lows.
American Express Co (AXP) Reached the 52-Week Low of $77.99
The prices of American Express Co (AXP) shares have declined to close to the 52-week low of $77.99, which is 20.5% off the 52-week high of $96.24. American Express Co is owned by 23 Gurus we are tracking. Among them, 6 have added to their positions during the past quarter. 16 reduced their positions.
American Express Co began operations as a joint stock association on March 28, 1850. American Express Co has a market
Nokia Corporation (NOK) may merge with Alcatel-Lucent (ALU), the French telecommunication equipment maker. The merger could take the form of a public exchange offer by Nokia for the France-based company. Though talks are in advanced stages, there is no certainty as to whether the talks will actually result in the transaction, people close to the matter have said. The deal may even fall apart. Representatives of both the telecommunication companies refused to divulge any details. In the early hours of Tuesday, Alcatel's share value rose 12.6%. However, Nokia shares witnessed a drop of 6.6%.
Probable terms of merger
A phone that is widely known as the Apple
If you thought that Mark Zuckerberg was just a whiz kid who founded the social network site Facebook (FB), it will only be the half-truth. Zuckerberg is a man who not only gave the world a platform like no other; he also has a sharp business acumen that cries genius. He not only marketed, packaged and sold FB to the consumers; he is now heading into lesser known territories to expand his business.
In association with Reliance telecom service provider, FB launched the internet.org in India, a project hailed by Facebook's principal founder and
What happened to Finnish multinational communications firm
PRIMECAP Management (Trades, Portfolio), founded by Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Howard B. Schow, recently added new positions to its portfolio of 260 stocks, valued at ~$98.7 billion with a quarter over quarter turnover rate of 3% during the fourth quarter of 2014.
30.7% of the firm's portfolio consists of stocks in the heathcare sector and 16.4% are in the technology sector.
Here's a look at the most recent top buys:
Broadcam Corp (BRCM)
PRIMECAP added 2,585,100 shares of BRCM at an average price of $40.92/share.
Broadcam was incorporated in 1991 in California as a provider for
Technology has made rapid advancements at lightning speed and as on date everyone around the globe hopes to stay connected with their dear ones and thus the mobile world has been growing down the years with huge momentum. Even in the remote villages, children urge to access videos and music on the phones and parents are also willing to buy them smartphones to keep pace with the rapidly changing world dynamics. A new mobile report has been recently generated by Ericsson (ERIC) where it has been propounded that out of 6.6 billion in the world, about 4.6 billion people have
Considering equity investors are involved in a risky endeavor, it is essential they build a defense against investing mistakes. As an equity investor, there are no creditor protections. Management can issue new shares that dilute your share of the company. Numbers are frequently "massaged" to make earnings look good in order for management to get a nice bonus. This is just a short list of the dangers in equity investing. We must build strategies that defend against the risks.
One of the first and most simple methods an investor should consider is studying sales. Once we
Nokia Corporation (NOK) has made several significant changes to its business in order to initiate a turnaround for its financial and market performance. Although the company’s plans for remodeling its business have yielded some positive results, the company continues to struggle in the stock market as it is met with one after another challenges. The latest challenge came from Microsoft’s (MSFT) announcement that the company will drop Nokia’s name from its upcoming Lumia smartphone resulting in a significantly negative impact on Nokia’s brand name. This move by Microsoft conveys how Nokia’s brand has impaired over the years and it is