Sprint Nextel Corporation comunicazioni, una delle più grosse compagnie Americane! Grafico e Operatività
Company-collapse a poche settimane dal post della segnalazione, e mai più riprese (2008/2009/2010/2011) le quotazioni di 10/9$, permanendo costantemente nella banda 6/2$, sotto di circa il 32-74%.
Ema strutturali evidentemente ribassiste, come anche l’assetto generale dei tre oscillatori.
Attualmente la company è in full descending-test dei lows 2008/2009, ed inoltre è sotto le gigantiche volumetriche priceXvolume, aggravandone l’arrangiamento strutturale complessivo.
Graphical key element plausibile, la banda delimitata dalle orizzontali rosa.
In caso di rottura (consistente & persistente) dei lows citati (’08/’09), è plausibile un loss del 69-70%, a partire proprio dai lows 2008/2009.
Di contro, la tenuta dei lows 2008/2009 e la successiva rottura rialzista di area 6$, potrebbe innescare un bull-trend di oltre 4$ a partire dalla rottura (target 10$ ???).
Al rialzo però bisogna considerare l’esistenza di un’ostica area, proprio sulla sede dei minimi del primo semestre del 2008 (oltre che del low chiave del 2002).
Sprint Nextel Corporation (Sprint), incorporated in 1938, is a holding company, with its operations primarily conducted by its subsidiaries. Sprint is a communications company offering a range of wireless and wireline communications products and services for individual consumers, businesses, government subscribers and resellers. The Company operates in two business segments: Wireless and Wireline. Sprint offers wireless and wireline voice and data transmission services to subscribers in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the United State’s Virgin Islands.
The Company’s retail brands include Sprint, Nextel, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Assurance Wireless and Common Cents SM on networks that utilize third generation (3G) code division multiple access (CDMA), national push-to-talk integrated digital enhanced network (iDEN), or Internet protocol (IP) technologies. It also offers fourth generation (4G) services utilizing worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX) technology through its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) wholesale relationship with Clearwire Corporation and its subsidiary Clearwire Communications LLC (Clearwire). As of December 31 2010, Sprint 4G was available in 71 markets reaching more than 110 million people.
Sprint provides wireless services on its 3G network and its national push-to-talk network and 4G services, through the Company’s MVNO wholesale relationship with Clearwire. It offers wireless services on a postpaid and prepaid payment basis to retail subscribers and also on a wholesale basis, which includes the sale of wireless services to resellers and affiliates. Sprint supports the open development of applications and content on its network platforms. It also enables a range of third-party providers, location-based services and business and consumer product providers through its open-device initiative, which includes machine-to-machine initiative. The machine-to-machine initiative incorporates selling, marketing, product development and operations resources to address a range of products and services, including remote monitoring, telematics, in-vehicle devices, e-readers, specialized medical devices and other original equipment manufacturer devices.
The Company’s wireless data communications services include mobile productivity applications, such as Internet access and messaging and e-mail services; wireless photo and video offerings, and location-based capabilities, including asset and fleet management, dispatch services and navigation tools, and mobile entertainment applications. It also provides the ability to view live television, listen to Sirius-XM satellite radio, download and listen to music from its Sprint Music Store, which is a music catalog with thousands of songs from virtually every music genre, and game play with full-color graphics and polyphonic and real-music sounds all from a wireless handset. Wireless voice communications services include basic local and long distance wireless voice services, as well as voicemail, call waiting, three-way calling, caller identification, directory assistance and call forwarding.
Sprint offers Nextel Direct Connect push-to-talk services on its iDEN network. The Company also provides voice and data services to areas in countries outside the United States, through roaming arrangements. It offers customized design, development, implementation and support services for wireless services provided to companies and government agencies. Its services are provided using a range of multi-functional devices, such as smartphones, mobile broadband devices, such as aircards and embedded tablets, and laptops manufactured by various suppliers for use with its voice and data services. The Company sells accessories, such as carrying cases, hands-free devices, batteries, battery chargers and other items to subscribers. It also sells devices and accessories to agents and other third-party distributors for resale.
Sprint delivers wireless services to subscribers primarily through the ownership of its CDMA and iDEN networks or as a reseller of 4G services. Its CDMA network uses a single frequency band and a digital spread-spectrum wireless technology. The Company provides nationwide service through a combination of operating its own digital network in the United States metropolitan areas and rural connecting routes, affiliations under commercial arrangements with third-party affiliates (Affiliates) and roaming on other providers’ networks. Sprint’s iDEN network is an all-digital packet data network-based on iDEN wireless technology provided by Motorola Mobility, Inc. and Motorola Solutions, Inc. (Motorola).
The Company competes with AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Metro PCS Communications, Inc., Leap Wireless International, Inc. and TracFone Wireless.
The Company provides a range of wireline voice and data communications services to other communications companies, and business and consumer subscribers. In addition, Sprint provides voice, data and IP communication services to its Wireless segment and IP and other services to cable multiple system operators (MSOs) that resell its local and long distance services. Sprint also provides services to use its back office systems and network assets in support of their telephone service provided over cable facilities primarily to residential subscribers.
Sprint’s services and products include domestic and international data communications using various protocols, such as multiprotocol label switching technologies (MPLS), IP, managed network services, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), and session initiated protocol (SIP) and voice services. Its IP services can also be combined with wireless services. Such services include its Sprint Mobile Integration service, which enables a wireless handset to operate as part of a subscriber’s wireline voice network, and its DataLinkSM service, which uses its wireless networks to connect a subscriber location into their primarily wireline wide-area IP/MPLS data network. Sprint also provides wholesale voice local and long distance services to cable MSOs, which they offer as part of their bundled service offerings, as well as voice and data services for their enterprise use. Sprint’s Wireline segment markets and sells its services primarily through direct sales representatives.
The Company competes with AT&T, Verizon Communications, Qwest Communications, Level 3 Communications, Inc.