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    Default Nikon in trouble?

    http://blogs.barrons.com/asiastocks/...stock-in-asia/

    Nikon is AsiaPac's most shorted stock. Is the company going belly up soon?

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    Default Re: Nikon in trouble?

    I am amazed. Maybe Nikon will uplorry earlier than Sony's camera division. Not that I'm willing it to happen though..

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    Default Re: Nikon in trouble?

    Maybe our Nikon will be collectible soon ��

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    Default Re: Nikon in trouble?

    Market players making market activity in a sluggish world wide economy betting against Jap Electric Co. Don't any of those jokers know Nikon will never die and especially due to their questionable gamesmanship? I am immortal.

    I am evolution.

    I can't see it happening...
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    Expand your mind or get left behind

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    These days, share prices can be quite detached from the actual performance of the company. Short-sellers may be betting against the future performance of the Nikon (it's true Nikon profits are suffering).

    Or not. They may be trying to elicit a sell response from the market so they can snap up more actual stocks of the company at a cheaper price. Nobody really knows.

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    Default Re: Nikon in trouble?

    If you are not a stock broker or bought tons of Nikon shares, are these even a topic worth wasting on compare to going out there to use your Nikon gear you already bought that keeps depreciating every day in value?
    A good photo's 45% you, 45% practice & 10% equipment. A bad photo share the same ratio.

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