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I don't know this was my first stock i bought...I hope i didn't make the wrong decision...I figured this would go up after the google deal...but a lot of places it says to sell...
I think Google, Apple, or Microsoft should seriously consider buying Motorola Mobility. The company has just a 6.6B market cap, while it has $3.2B in cash ($225M more still coming from MSI), $2.4B in deferred tax assets, and more patents than Nortel or InterDigital. With the value of the patents somewhere north of $3B, that’s more than $8.5B (~$2B over market) before assigning any value to the mobile or set-top businesses, which are on pace to do 14B in revenue this year.I’d imagine that Google could potentially make the purchase with a partner (like Samsung or HTC) and have them take the operating businesses while keeping the patents to defend Android and the Open Handset Alliance.
Company does not leverage internal skills and abilities. Horrible management. Sunnyvale office, android headquarters, is bleeding personnel.
Price competition and the lack of differentiation in Android market eats margin and lead to losses. The competition will be even harder in the future.
MMI has way too much competition in the tablet and smart phone space. The laptop docking station won't be a big hit. And there is no way they can make a profit on tablets. Stocks a dog even with $10 a share in cash. Should drift down over the next year.
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Strong products ahead.
Great handsets and potentially good pad product.
Atrix and Bionic should increase profits substantially as 4G phones are deployed.
new business, focus on touch and 3G 4G
This is the better half of MOT and its future is bright - Android will be the surfboard it rides.
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