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Navteq’s Purchase is Disappointing

By Faisal Laljee

Garmin’s (GRMN) delayed bid for Tele-Atlas confirms investor sentiment that perhaps Navteq (NVT) should have played a little hardball before agreeing to be purchased by Nokia (NOK). I am still disappointed that Navteq gave up so cheaply. They are worth more and I am still holding their shares in the hopes of a counter... »

Navteq Deal Great for Nokia; Garmin Needs to Breathe

By Faisal Laljee

Nokia (NOK) has really been an impressive performer of late, with the stock rising some 35% since mid-August and 90% year-to-date. First, lets talk about this Navteq (NVT) deal. I believe Nokia got them on the cheap. I mean Navteq is the number one player in the online map space and I am surprised... »

Navigation Technology Goes Mainstream. Buy Navteq and Garmin

By Faisal Laljee

It seems like every new car, even those under $25,000 have built in navigation systems, and those that don’t, offer it as an option. I live in Los Angeles, where driving is like eating – everyone does it, so it is not uncommon to glance at the car sitting next to you in traffic... »

What Stocks Should You Buy in This Correction?

By Faisal Laljee

I recently had the good fortune of listening to James Altucher speak at a conference, and one of the things he mentioned was how buying and holding a stock for 2 days on the heels of a 3 day consecutive sell off in that stock was a historically proven way to make some smart... »

Top 10 US Stocks to Buy Now

By Faisal Laljee

The market does not seem to want to go down. Every dip is followed by a bigger bounce, and it feels like deja vu with a record close every other day. In such happy times, I worry about being overzealous and recommending anything at all, but as long as there are skeptics like me,... »

Garmin Good, Blockbuster Not So Much

By Faisal Laljee

This Garmin (GRMN) earnings reports was quite fantastic. According to Associated Press, net income grew 60 percent to $139.9 million, or 64 cents per share. The only negative thing here – the cheaper dollar inflated their EPS by 5 cents. Revenue increased 52 percent to $322.3 million as sales in the auto/mobile segment more... »

Garmin Back in Favor

By Faisal Laljee

After blowing estimates last month, Garmin has retreated down almost 12% and is right at its 50-day moving average. What a bargain this is. »

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