A Bernstein analyst’s satire drew upon the two charts on the right of this slide from Sprint’s recent earnings call. They show “something that investors like to see going down, going down, and something that investors like to see going up, going up.” Without an axis or numbers, readers don’t know how much.
A Bernstein analyst’s satire drew upon the two charts on the right of this slide from Sprint’s recent earnings call. They show “something that investors like to see going down, going down, and something that investors like to see going up, going up.” Without an axis or numbers, readers don’t know how much.
A Bernstein analyst’s satire drew upon the two charts on the right of this slide from Sprint’s recent earnings call. They show “something that investors like to see going down, going down, and something that investors like to see going up, going up.” Without an axis or numbers, readers don’t know how much.