Topic Archives: Sprint (S)

Several folks have been writing in with questions about Stansberry’s “Dirty Thirty” promotion for his Big Trade newsletter ($3,000 for three years, no refunds), so that’s where we’re pointing the Thinkolator today. The pitch is not a new one — Porter Stansberry preannounced his “Dirty Thirty” idea last Fall and started selling subscriptions around November, […]

These are my notes and instant reactions from a presentation at the Value Investing Congress, the notes below might contain errors, paraphrases, incorrect quotes, or misinterpretations. Michael Kao’s presentation is titled “Multiple ZONES of Optionality” — which sounds conceptually a little bit similar to his “asymmetric investing” pitch from the Spring Congress in Las Vegas. […]

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    Been lurking on this group for a while now and just wanna reinforce what many are saying with holding. It’s hard to se...

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    While GILAT deal with Comtech could be NoGo, how does that impacts or chanages the ability to play a major role in 5G VS...

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    I switched from Sprint to ATT, as Sprint has been terrible.......

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    Me thinks that Softbank's financials depends upon the Sprint/TMobile merger as it owns a majority stake in Sprint and ha...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    A big merger takes a while, but they probably would have merged five years ago if it weren't for antitrust concerns. 5G...

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    Bullish 2018 4th Q conference call. Management has been conservative for the past few years and today they said they ar...

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    here's an interesting collaboration initiative between Sprint and Hatch that could spark some revenue benefiting from 5G...

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    Overall, a solid service. There are losses from time to time but investing is a marathon, not a sprint. You can't expect...

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    TMUS (T Mobile apparently is merging/buying Sprint (S) & both have large commitments to 5G). Nice upward arc after ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Very liquid low-priced stocks or relatively large companies tend to attract day traders, particularly if they're attache...

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