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post #141 of 388
With the shorts pushing the price down I am looking at about 7.48 for entry. Short interest is at 17% with a small float and makes for a nice squeeze play. . .
Down .11 @7.61
post #142 of 388
Still looking good to you, tiptop? The price is taking a beating today
post #143 of 388
HIHH,
As it is getting oversold I will be looking at making a buy. I would have considered it today but the drop in the last hour is against my trading rules, especially when it was down when the markets were up all day. With short interest at 17.02% this could be a squeeze play in the making. . .
post #144 of 388
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Originally Posted by Tiptopptrader View Post
HIHH,
As it is getting oversold I will be looking at making a buy. I would have considered it today but the drop in the last hour is against my trading rules, especially when it was down when the markets were up all day. With short interest at 17.02% this could be a squeeze play in the making. . .
Buy made and now showing some strength. . .
post #145 of 388
Yesterday the market took my profit away and today it brought it back with dividends. I have been gone all day and not sure why the big jump other than it appears that the squeeze was on in a weak market

HOD 7.87
0.44 @7.81 (5.97%) on almost double the average volume
post #146 of 388
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Originally Posted by Tiptopptrader View Post
Yesterday the market took my profit away and today it brought it back with dividends. I have been gone all day and not sure why the big jump other than some it appears that the squeeze was on in a weak market

HOD 7.87
0.44 @7.81 (5.97%) on almost double the average volume
I saw it +5% today and said to myself "TipTop will be happy"
post #147 of 388
With Clear expanding their presence, add Best Buy to their network as they join the 4g game



UPDATE: Best Buy Rolling Out Company-Branded Mobile Broadband

Last update: 6/28/2010 1:09:00 PM

(Updates with confirmation from Sprint, background.)

By Mary Ellen Lloyd and Roger Cheng
Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES


Best Buy Inc. (BBY) is rolling out its own mobile broadband Internet service as the largest U.S. specialty electronics retailer continues to add store-branded services for the products it sells.
Using the Best Buy Connect brand, the retailer in an advertising circular this weekend said it would start offering mobile broadband plans starting at $29.99 a month for 250 megabytes without a contract, with varying costs per minute for overages. Plans at the high end provide 5 gigabytes for $59.99 a month.
The mobile broadband service represents another step for Best Buy into the wireless world, underscoring the importance of the area to the electronics chain. The company has set up separate Best Buy Mobile stores and has carved out prominent parts of its store devoted to selling phones and service plans.
Engadget.com first reported the service, which will launch July 11 in all but 75 of the company's stores.
A Sprint spokeswoman later confirmed that it would providing the underlying wireless network.
According to the circular, Best Buy said all service plans generate RewardZone points, which earn coupons for discounts and other benefits. Activation fees are waived for two-year contracts and are otherwise $35.
Representatives for Best Buy couldn't be reached immediately for comment, but company Chief Executive Brian Dunn has long labeled a priority attaching services to the millions of connectible devices Best Buy sells.
During the company's June 15 quarterly conference call, Dunn said a new store format the company is launching in June will feature internet-ready TV solutions, home broadband and mobile broadband as a central part of the retail space. He also hinted that Best Buy, which has already launched its own digital-movie download service and sells e-books on its Web site, had additional branded services in mind.
"Customers are really beginning to live the connected world in tablet computing," Dunn said at the time, calling tablets the next wave in the PC-based connectivity movement. "As the industry's leading retailer of mobile computers, we can't wait to see what new innovation this category brings and the opportunities to provide value-added features like broadband connections."
Dunn has said such services provide opportunities to improve Best Buy's gross margins.
For Sprint, it represents a continuation of its strategy to sell its service through different distributors. That's particularly the case for its 4G service, which is run by Clearwire Corp. (CLWR). Clearwire sells its 4G services through the cable companies, which bundle it with their core services select communities.
Sprint owns 56% of Clearwire, while the cable companies also own a minority stake in the business.
Shares of Best Buy recently traded up 0.7% at $35.40. Sprint rose nearly 7% to $4.48.
-By Mary Ellen Lloyd, Dow Jones Newswires, 704-948-9145; maryellen.lloyd@dowjones.com
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
June 28, 2010 13:09 ET (17:09 GMT)
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post #148 of 388
What do you make of the lackluster last 2 days in clwr?
post #149 of 388
CLWR closed up 5.92% on launching a 4G Hotspot for Apple's iPhone, iPad. Then it give a nickel back after the bell on earnings. I am still trying to absorb the report but they missed on the bottom and top line but beat estimates on adding new customers and they have good guidance on improving on that as they look for new funding. There is more to add from other news items. This a long term hold for me as I play this as a package with Sprint. Both are candidates for a take over as they go where no telecom has gone before. . .

7.16
post #150 of 388
CLWR has been looking pretty weak recently. $6.25 seems to be some solid support.... might be a good oppoturnity to get in if you like the telecomms in the latter part of this year.
post #151 of 388
I'm liking this chart. Thinking of getting in on this. Tipp where do you see this stock going, you said you are in it for the long haul?
post #152 of 388
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Originally Posted by lmholmes11 View Post
I'm liking this chart. Thinking of getting in on this. Tipp where do you see this stock going, you said you are in it for the long haul?
Yes, I am in for the long haul and when they become profitable they should be able to revisit the double digits. As the shorts have driven the price down unmercifully I expect Sprint to increase their majority ownership. Today was the first day in awhile that CLWR showed some signs of strength. . .
post #153 of 388
A hammer was printed on an above average volume today,
possibly signaling a reversal.
Bullish close, bucking the market.

Market allowing, this could run up for the next 3-5 days.
Tomorrow I would like to see a green close preferably above $6.24.
post #154 of 388
Pretty much pegged clwr the last week. Averaged in at 6.20.
I took some money off of the table at 6.55, but still holding some.

Chart still looking good.
Looking to see if it can break 6.60 6.70ish area.
Then would look for 6.90-7.15ish.
post #155 of 388
Added back the shares I sold at 6.09. Looking to cash out soon. Market has been crazy. Glad i'm still green on this one. Hopefully the market will bounce off of these levels pushing the stock up with it.
post #156 of 388
Sept $6 @ 50 cents are looking good if your bullish on CLWR short term
post #157 of 388
Thanks for the heads up on the options, but I don't play em. After 10 years of trading you think I would. I just can seem to grasp them. Tried a few times. Wish I knew someone that could walk me thru some trades or that I could watch.

Clwr had some strange trading today. Very tight most of the day. I did unload 30% of my shares and locked in some profits again. I have know idea what tomorrow is going to bring in this market and just happy for some green. Not for sure how I will play tomorrow.
post #158 of 388
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Originally Posted by Tiptopptrader View Post
Yes, I am in for the long haul and when they become profitable they should be able to revisit the double digits. As the shorts have driven the price down unmercifully I expect Sprint to increase their majority ownership. Today was the first day in awhile that CLWR showed some signs of strength. . .
As many know I reduced my positions in my longs recently to increase my position in LVS with the exception of CLWR and in fact I added to my position and took a few chips off the table today as it hit the upper bb.


Kaufman Bros Starts Clearwire (CLWR) at Buy
* Kaufman Bros Starts Clearwire (CLWR) at Buy
* Clearwire Brings CLEAR 4G to Providence, Rhode Island
* Clearwire’s CLEAR 4G Takes the Checkered Flag in Daytona Beach

More News related to CLWR
More News related to New Coverage

September 2, 2010 6:34 AM EDT

Kaufman Bros initiates coverage on Clearwire Corporation (Nasdaq: CLWR) with a Buy rating and $8.50 price target.

The firm highlighted:


* Wireless data services set to increase significantly in 2011
* Retail and wholesale strategy along with experienced board increases likelihood of success
* Strong spectrum holdings position the company with plenty of capacity for high data usage
http://www.streetinsider.com/New+Cov...y/5941053.html
post #159 of 388
Even with the telecoms and the markets down there was good accumulation to close up 1.14% @7.07 and stay above the upper bb as the markets were in a mini-meltdown mode. With that, Sprint basically did the same as they are a package deal for me.
post #160 of 388
Okay closing out all my shares for the time. Nice profit on this. Will look to re-load on a market sell-off.
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