Motorola

MSI-N

NYSE:MSI

180.04
0.97 (0.54%)
Motorola, Inc. was an American multinational telecommunications company founded on September 25, 1928, based in Schaumburg, Illinois.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 9, 2020
Communication networks behind mission critical emergency response. They have expanded their addressable markets. She thinks they are very early on in this growth. (Analysts’ price target is $182.50)
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Motorola (MSI-N)
January 9, 2020
Communication networks behind mission critical emergency response. They have expanded their addressable markets. She thinks they are very early on in this growth. (Analysts’ price target is $182.50)
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 2, 2013

The non-handset business that sells products, primarily to telephone and telecom companies. This is not a favourite space of his because it is super competitive. Customer base is not looking to spend new amounts of money.

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April 2, 2013

The non-handset business that sells products, primarily to telephone and telecom companies. This is not a favourite space of his because it is super competitive. Customer base is not looking to spend new amounts of money.

HOLD
HOLD
November 11, 2010
Splitting into 2 parts and this would unleash value but one part is going to be consolidated and he doesn’t know the details. Doing landmark sales right now but the consolidation makes him nervous.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
November 11, 2010
Splitting into 2 parts and this would unleash value but one part is going to be consolidated and he doesn’t know the details. Doing landmark sales right now but the consolidation makes him nervous.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 21, 2010
Doesn’t like the company. They got too lazy and didn’t’ move forward. Didn’t generate enough free cash flow. In the long run they can’t grow and differentiate themselves.
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October 21, 2010
Doesn’t like the company. They got too lazy and didn’t’ move forward. Didn’t generate enough free cash flow. In the long run they can’t grow and differentiate themselves.
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DON'T BUY
September 29, 2010
Just split their 2 divisions. Has been under pressure for some time since the tech boom. Dropped the ball on the personal handset phone side. Better places to be.
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September 29, 2010
Just split their 2 divisions. Has been under pressure for some time since the tech boom. Dropped the ball on the personal handset phone side. Better places to be.
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TOP PICK
September 17, 2010
Droid phones are taking off. Just sold a division to Nokia (NOK-N) for $1.2 billion area and expected to pay down debt. Also planning on subdividing into 2 divisions, which should unleash shareholder value. One division, which has been losing money, is expected to break even while the other would be making a lot more money.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
September 17, 2010
Droid phones are taking off. Just sold a division to Nokia (NOK-N) for $1.2 billion area and expected to pay down debt. Also planning on subdividing into 2 divisions, which should unleash shareholder value. One division, which has been losing money, is expected to break even while the other would be making a lot more money.
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 27, 2010
Has caught his attention in terms of the competition they are providing.
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August 27, 2010
Has caught his attention in terms of the competition they are providing.
BUY
BUY
August 17, 2010
Likes this company a lot. They are splitting into two divisions. Still has problems and debt, but they are even cutting into Apple’s market. They could start firing on all cylinders after they split. Wont happen in the next year or two.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
August 17, 2010
Likes this company a lot. They are splitting into two divisions. Still has problems and debt, but they are even cutting into Apple’s market. They could start firing on all cylinders after they split. Wont happen in the next year or two.
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TOP PICK
May 13, 2010
Thinks it can triple/quadruple from this level. Losing money for years but have started to turn a profit. Their smart phones are starting to sell. Cash flow of about $450 million last quarter giving them $8.5 billion in the bank with about $3 billion of debt. Expect they will split into 2 in the next year, which could give some kick to the stock.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
May 13, 2010
Thinks it can triple/quadruple from this level. Losing money for years but have started to turn a profit. Their smart phones are starting to sell. Cash flow of about $450 million last quarter giving them $8.5 billion in the bank with about $3 billion of debt. Expect they will split into 2 in the next year, which could give some kick to the stock.
SELL
SELL
March 25, 2010
Doesn't like this company. Thinks their prospects are very difficult. Doesn't think they are making any money these days. Lost their edge on the new product side. Competition is destroying them.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
March 25, 2010
Doesn't like this company. Thinks their prospects are very difficult. Doesn't think they are making any money these days. Lost their edge on the new product side. Competition is destroying them.
WATCH
WATCH
December 23, 2009
Probably the dark horse in the sector. If you want to be aggressive and play potential market share gains for that Droid in the smart phone space, maybe they will take some market share away from Apple (AAPL-Q) and RIM (RIM-T) but with their valuation he doesn't think he would go out on a limb and be aggressive.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
December 23, 2009
Probably the dark horse in the sector. If you want to be aggressive and play potential market share gains for that Droid in the smart phone space, maybe they will take some market share away from Apple (AAPL-Q) and RIM (RIM-T) but with their valuation he doesn't think he would go out on a limb and be aggressive.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 17, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) Moving into developing phones using the android space. New phone, Click, is not quite on par with the iPhone.
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December 17, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) Moving into developing phones using the android space. New phone, Click, is not quite on par with the iPhone.
HOLD
HOLD
November 3, 2009
A fair bit of their growth is already in their stock price. Stock is fairly valued at these levels.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
November 3, 2009
A fair bit of their growth is already in their stock price. Stock is fairly valued at these levels.
HOLD
HOLD
September 18, 2009
Probably just starting to build a base. Had a nice run but as it started at $25 in 2006 and came down to $2.98 the recent run did not recover everything. 200 day moving average has just started to turn up. Because of the recent move, you should probably expect a little correction to about $8 so a stoploss should be below $6 or $7.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
September 18, 2009
Probably just starting to build a base. Had a nice run but as it started at $25 in 2006 and came down to $2.98 the recent run did not recover everything. 200 day moving average has just started to turn up. Because of the recent move, you should probably expect a little correction to about $8 so a stoploss should be below $6 or $7.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 29, 2008
Had a very tough time over the last several years. Losing market share. Can't see a big turnaround. In a very competitive marketplace.
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Motorola (MSI-N)
December 29, 2008
Had a very tough time over the last several years. Losing market share. Can't see a big turnaround. In a very competitive marketplace.
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