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  1. Akanr1 22 maart 2021 20:30
    quote:

    stoffer schreef op 21 maart 2021 18:35:


    [...] heb je daar n link van?


    Blijkbaar is de link niet toegevoegd, bij deze: fintel.io/so/us/nok/blackrock

    BlackRock Inc. ownership in NOK / Nokia Corp.

    2021-01-29 - BlackRock Inc. has filed an SC 13G/A form with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosing ownership of 333,048,530 shares of Nokia Corp. (US:NOK). This represents 5.9 percent ownership of the company. In their previous filing dated 2020-02-05, BlackRock Inc. had reported owning 311,907,753 shares, indicating an increase of 6.78 percent.

    Hier kan je de filings zien. Blackrock heeft zijn positie op 29/01/2021 verhoogd in nokia. Ze zijn van ongeveer 5,5% naar 5,9% belang gegaan. Ik dacht iets van een 33miljoen euro aandelen bijgekocht.

    Vorig jaar in september heeft Solidium OY ook zijn belang vergroot tot 5,24%.

    Momenteel wordt de koers bepaald door de particuliere belegger, dus voor de lange termijn is het m.i. duidelijk dat Nokia een goede winstmarge zal halen. Anders zouden de institutionele beleggers hun positie hebben verminderd, en niet vermeerderd.
  2. forum rang 5 Krentenmenten 22 maart 2021 20:48
    quote:

    Akanr1 schreef op 22 maart 2021 20:30:


    [...]

    Blijkbaar is de link niet toegevoegd, bij deze: fintel.io/so/us/nok/blackrock

    BlackRock Inc. ownership in NOK / Nokia Corp.

    2021-01-29 - BlackRock Inc. has filed an SC 13G/A form with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosing ownership of 333,048,530 shares of Nokia Corp. (US:NOK). This represents 5.9 percent ownership of the company. In their previous filing dated 2020-02-05, BlackRock Inc. had reported owning 311,907,753 shares, indicating an increase of 6.78 percent.

    Momenteel wordt de koers bepaald door de particuliere belegger, dus voor de lange termijn is het m.i. duidelijk dat Nokia een goede winstmarge zal halen. Anders zouden de institutionele beleggers hun positie hebben verminderd, en niet vermeerderd.


    Dat heb je goed
  3. forum rang 4 Werkbij 24 maart 2021 18:11
    quote:

    €URO-Trader schreef op 22 maart 2021 20:48:


    Nu, na vorige week de cijfers, kruipt de koers wederom rustig omhoog. De daling was in principe in 1 dag. Bij slechte cijfers ebt dit vaak nog door de dagen erop. Sentiment is behoudender, op een positieve dag 5% erbij.


    De koers stijgt enorm =:)
  4. Pierre1 25 maart 2021 14:51

    14:26
    Nokia: Barclays raises target price

    Barclays said on Thursday that it has raised its target price for Nokia from 3.3 euros to 3.6 euros following the telecoms component company's investor day last week.

    According to the broker, the measures unveiled at the meeting are a step in the right direction, although the Finnish group still has a long way to go.

    'We think many of the steps being taken are prudent, both the streamlining in certain areas and reinvestment in others, namely the critical Mobile Access unit,' Barclays says.

    However, the analyst believes that the execution of the plan may take time to bear fruit, a prospect that leads him to maintain an 'equal weight' rating on the stock for the time being.
  5. Akanr1 25 maart 2021 19:08
    quote:

    objectief schreef op 25 maart 2021 11:55:


    Nokia is en was het slechtste jongetje van de klas door de jaren heen; ik heb wat aandelen (niet teveel) als gokje op een mogelijke overname.


    Je moet nog altijd objectief kijken naar de cijfers, want zelf zonder de toekomstige winsten meegerekend staat het 20% ondergewaardeerd.

    de free cashflow is gewoon goed, dus het is niet logisch dat het onder de 4 euro noteert. Duidelijk een waardeaandeel en pekka is duidelijk de goede beslissingen aan het nemen vanaf het moment dat hij het roer heeft overgenomen.
  6. Belegger 86 25 maart 2021 19:23
    quote:

    Akanr1 schreef op 25 maart 2021 19:08:


    [...]

    Je moet nog altijd objectief kijken naar de cijfers, want zelf zonder de toekomstige winsten meegerekend staat het 20% ondergewaardeerd.

    de free cashflow is gewoon goed, dus het is niet logisch dat het onder de 4 euro noteert. Duidelijk een waardeaandeel en pekka is duidelijk de goede beslissingen aan het nemen vanaf het moment dat hij het roer heeft overgenomen.


    Eens, kan wel eens een leuke verrassing worden komende jaren.

    NOKIA gaat.een nog grotere speler (richt zichzelf op.marktleider)worden in de 5g branche.
    En die markt gaat hard groeien komende jaren, tel daarbij het gigantische aantal 5g patenten op en de vele samenwerkingen met de grootste bedrijven op deze aardbol en het terugkerende dividend.
    Al met al kan het weleens leuk worden met wat geduld en zeker met de koers van vandaag.
  7. Pirlo 26 maart 2021 21:15
    quote:

    objectief schreef op 25 maart 2021 11:55:


    Nokia is en was het slechtste jongetje van de klas door de jaren heen; ik heb wat aandelen (niet teveel) als gokje op een mogelijke overname.


    Stuur je nou exact hetzelfde bericht als een week geleden? Even over 5g. Qua 5g contracten zowel afgesloten als live zijn Nokia als Erickson heel transparant. Qua afgesloten contracten loopt Nokia uit op Erickson, qua live contracten loopt Nokia in op Erickson. Voor je volgende week weer exact hetzelfde bericht stuurt, controleer de data even, voor beide bedrijven te vinden op eigen website. Je zou je naam eer aan doen als je volgende week je bericht zou aanpassen.

    Mocht je vinden dat ik totale onzin spreek, hoor ik het uiteraard ook graag! Tot volgende week.
  8. Pierre1 1 april 2021 11:21
    Nokia anew (@nokia_anew) Tweeted:
    ??Our first photo #exclusive. Our source has kindly provided official images of the new Nokia product.
    Yes, nothing strange. Once Nokia produced paper, rubber boots, and now it's the turn of a new line of business.
    #nokia #alcohol #vodka #PUREvodka t.co/fRFtP0HfoB
    twitter.com/nokia_anew/status/1377516...

    Nokia lanceert een nieuw product in gelimiteerde oplage op 1 april.
  9. forum rang 8 NewKidInTown 3 april 2021 17:26
    Finland's Champion Nokia Is Letting the Side Down on Huawei and 5G

    If Europe and the U.S. are to compete effectively with China and Huawei, they need Nokia to start getting 5G right.

    The future starts here.

    Alex Webb is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering Europe's technology, media and communications industries. He previously covered Apple and other technology companies for Bloomberg News in San Francisco.

    Pekka Lundmark has a lot resting on his shoulders. As chief executive officer of Nokia Oyj, he’s tasked with turning around the stuttering telecoms giant’s fortunes before it misses out on the 5G revolution. Also riding on his success, however, is the ability of the world’s industrialized economies to compete with China.

    Beijing was quick to make 5G networks a strategic priority. Whereas 4G was all about enabling Instagram, YouTube, Uber and other content to run on people’s smartphones, 5G’s applications are broader: It will underpin smart factories, cities and offices. The technology is therefore a pillar of China’s economic plan. It expects to have installed 650,000 5G base stations nationwide by the end of this year — more than 10 times as many as the U.S.

    The push has made Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. the world’s biggest maker of telecoms equipment. But its close ties to the Chinese state have prompted a backlash. The company had access to as much as $75 billion in state support over two decades, the Wall Street Journal reported last year. Under pressure from the U.S., governments from Stockholm to Singapore have imposed restrictions on the use of gear made by Huawei, citing security concerns.

    This is where Nokia comes in. Surging investment in 5G networks should be benefiting the Finnish firm as well as Swedish competitor Ericsson AB. With Huawei, the three control about 60% of the $90 billion telecoms equipment market.
  10. forum rang 8 NewKidInTown 5 april 2021 16:31
    "5G revenue to reach $31 trillion by 2030 – report"

    Of 31.000.000.000.000 USD.

    A cool cumulative $31 trillion, in fact, between now and 2030.

    This is how much the global 5G consumer market could be worth in revenue between now and the decade's end, predicts a new study by Ericsson ConsumerLab and technology research firm Omdia.

    Of these consumer revenues, $3.7 trillion could go to communications service providers in the next nine years.

    This is welcome news for providers, for whom regulatory and competitive pressures have spelt a long-term trend of stagnating or declining revenues.

    Taking a "proactive" approach to 5G's possibilities may mean average revenue per mobile phone user of $9.61 in 2030 for providers. That's up from the neighborhood of $7 today, for non-5G subscriptions. And it's 34% higher than for those operators who just take a "passive" approach, based only on "offering commoditized voice and data risks," says the report.

    The authors urge exploring and bundling "core and adjacent" digital services, "running on the back of mobile data connectivity." Like augmented reality (AR), which will account for half of consumer spending on immersive media in 2030.

    Augmented reality gaming is the highest-ranked AR application among consumers, says ConsumerLab. Of gamers, 67% say they'll increase their AR use in the coming five years.

    The report suggests being like AT&T, which bought Time Warner just in time to make a giant integrated mass of a business, doing both content and distribution.

    Streaming will make up fully 30% of the $131 billion service providers will get from direct digital services between 2019 and 2030.

    Sports are big, too. But for goodness's sakes, don't do them, just watch them.

    In the UK, EE is ahead with sports streaming apps like BT Sports, which offer personalized, immersive matchday experiences for fans.

    Of the momentum

    5G's adoption "is far more rapid than previous generations," with 5G on track to exceed 20% of mobile subscriptions two years earlier than 4G, says the report, which studies 17 markets around the world.

    There are 80 million subscribers globally, as of June 30. And there are 100 commercial 5G networks worldwide to choose from in September, reports the Global mobile Suppliers Association.

    This is up from, in April 2019, a grand total of one: South Korea's.

    Now, a year and a bit on, South Korea now sees a reasonably highish 13.2% of its mobile subscribers using 5G, says its Ministry of Science and ICT.

    Pinching pennies

    Meanwhile, COVID-19 is making customers juggle their finances.

    Maybe predictably, the extra amount the average consumer is willing to spend to have 5G has dropped to 10%, down from 20% in early 2019, says Jasmet Sethi, Ericsson ConsumerLab's head of market insights.

    In some markets – the US, South Korea, Australia and Finland – people are still willing to pay a bigger premium for 5G. All told, a quarter of mobile phone users are likely to upgrade to a 5G device.

    Consumers are more likely to upgrade if they have an Apple iPhone: about half those planning to buy a 5G smartphone in the US, Australia, Sweden and Switzerland are existing iPhone owners.

    The authors of the report surveyed 7,500 users in 17 countries.

    Even in humble 2019, consumer services made up 56% of service providers' revenues globally: the remainder comprise business and enterprise customers. This is 2% more from consumers, in just two years.

    5G is going to speed up that trend, say Ericsson and Omdia. So providers will want to put those pesky consumers first.
  11. forum rang 4 Rider 6 april 2021 19:03
    quote:

    NewKidInTown schreef op 5 april 2021 16:31:


    "5G revenue to reach $31 trillion by 2030 – report"

    Of 31.000.000.000.000 USD.

    A cool cumulative $31 trillion, in fact, between now and 2030.

    This is how much the global 5G consumer market could be worth in revenue between now and the decade's end, predicts a new study by Ericsson ConsumerLab and technology research firm Omdia.

    Of these consumer revenues, $3.7 trillion could go to communications service providers in the next nine years.

    This is welcome news for providers, for whom regulatory and competitive pressures have spelt a long-term trend of stagnating or declining revenues.

    Taking a "proactive" approach to 5G's possibilities may mean average revenue per mobile phone user of $9.61 in 2030 for providers. That's up from the neighborhood of $7 today, for non-5G subscriptions. And it's 34% higher than for those operators who just take a "passive" approach, based only on "offering commoditized voice and data risks," says the report.

    The authors urge exploring and bundling "core and adjacent" digital services, "running on the back of mobile data connectivity." Like augmented reality (AR), which will account for half of consumer spending on immersive media in 2030.

    Augmented reality gaming is the highest-ranked AR application among consumers, says ConsumerLab. Of gamers, 67% say they'll increase their AR use in the coming five years.

    The report suggests being like AT&T, which bought Time Warner just in time to make a giant integrated mass of a business, doing both content and distribution.

    Streaming will make up fully 30% of the $131 billion service providers will get from direct digital services between 2019 and 2030.

    Sports are big, too. But for goodness's sakes, don't do them, just watch them.

    In the UK, EE is ahead with sports streaming apps like BT Sports, which offer personalized, immersive matchday experiences for fans.

    Of the momentum

    5G's adoption "is far more rapid than previous generations," with 5G on track to exceed 20% of mobile subscriptions two years earlier than 4G, says the report, which studies 17 markets around the world.

    There are 80 million subscribers globally, as of June 30. And there are 100 commercial 5G networks worldwide to choose from in September, reports the Global mobile Suppliers Association.

    This is up from, in April 2019, a grand total of one: South Korea's.

    Now, a year and a bit on, South Korea now sees a reasonably highish 13.2% of its mobile subscribers using 5G, says its Ministry of Science and ICT.

    Pinching pennies

    Meanwhile, COVID-19 is making customers juggle their finances.

    Maybe predictably, the extra amount the average consumer is willing to spend to have 5G has dropped to 10%, down from 20% in early 2019, says Jasmet Sethi, Ericsson ConsumerLab's head of market insights.

    In some markets – the US, South Korea, Australia and Finland – people are still willing to pay a bigger premium for 5G. All told, a quarter of mobile phone users are likely to upgrade to a 5G device.

    Consumers are more likely to upgrade if they have an Apple iPhone: about half those planning to buy a 5G smartphone in the US, Australia, Sweden and Switzerland are existing iPhone owners.

    The authors of the report surveyed 7,500 users in 17 countries.

    Even in humble 2019, consumer services made up 56% of service providers' revenues globally: the remainder comprise business and enterprise customers. This is 2% more from consumers, in just two years.

    5G is going to speed up that trend, say Ericsson and Omdia. So providers will want to put those pesky consumers first.



    Nokia zal de komende jaren veel geld verdienen aan 5G. Nu is het de moment om aan te kopen, koers kan zeker naar 10usd tegen 2023.
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