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  • Is Volatility Over For BlackBerry Now? [View article]
    Heins knows things are going well. Listen to his voice - he's a confident man - or bury your head in the sand.
    Mar 29, 2013. 10:37 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Volatility Over For BlackBerry Now? [View article]
    Did you ever see the Samsung ad that changed the smartphone dynamic? Lining up is so passé.
    Mar 29, 2013. 10:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did BlackBerry Sell 9 Million Too Few Z10 Smart Phones? [View article]
    This writer is just trying to sell his hedging software product. He'll write about anything just to give his product some exposure. Please ignore him.
    Mar 29, 2013. 10:31 PM | 23 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Volatility Over For BlackBerry Now? [View article]
    @rtmunro
    Since you don't know what it means - you should exit your short position asap. It means - its bad for shorts. Learn to read between the lines.
    Mar 29, 2013. 10:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did BlackBerry Sell 9 Million Too Few Z10 Smart Phones? [View article]
    This article is a complete fail. Read the comments - This kind of stuff isn't working anymore. Your desperation is evident.
    Mar 29, 2013. 10:09 PM | 22 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why BlackBerry's Gain Was A Mirage [View article]
    @ Dingleberry - Z10 performs 200% better and on top of that Z10 takes minimalist industrial design to new levels. Sleeker, better graphics and superior performance. No buttons, a changeable battery, expandable memory, uses standard interface connections, coolest interface on the planet.
    At this time, iPhone doesn't measure up. For the past 2 years, BB6 and BB7 left Blackberry behind the pack and we saw what that did for market share. The shoe is now on the other foot.
    Mar 29, 2013. 09:52 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Volatility Over For BlackBerry Now? [View article]
    Longs do need to settle down and buy the dips. I thought volatility might settle down before earnings were reported but am having 2nd thoughts. The only way out for shorts to increase volatility - create panic. The attacks in the press will continue and be more forceful - put them on ignore.

    I would not sell calls for a while - shorts will try to position themselves to take advantage of the eventual moves upward.
    Mar 29, 2013. 09:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why BlackBerry's Gain Was A Mirage [View article]
    awesomeness = prosperness
    Only those who can see outside the box can prosper!
    Mar 29, 2013. 07:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why BlackBerry's Gain Was A Mirage [View article]
    They have gained subscribers over the past 12 months. The smartphone market will double and double again. Almost all of that growth is outside US borders.
    Mar 29, 2013. 07:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why BlackBerry's Gain Was A Mirage [View article]
    I'll ride with you Cochise.
    Mar 29, 2013. 07:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Tanks: Now What? [View article]
    They beat expectations by $0.53 / share - you believe only half of it is significant. Since you like longer term trends, you must have noticed that the number of subscribers is up over the past 12 months. More importantly the number of smartphones being sold is increasing each year worldwide. If they only hold onto current market share the actual numbers would double in three years. Since 55% of Z10 buyers are coming from other platforms, I choose to believe that the market share will increase. How much it increases is the only question.

    The company can be profitable on services revenue alone. Selling TOTL 'top of the line' handsets at high margins - I like the stock at this price.
    Mar 29, 2013. 07:18 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In spite of receiving plenty of sell-side love, BlackBerry (BBRY -0.8%) couldn't hold onto its post-earnings gains. Bernstein thinks BlackBerry's results/guidance indicate "resilience in service revenue" in spite of pricing changes - BlackBerry claims most of its 3M sub losses came from the low-ARPU prepaid segment. Thorsten Heins stated on the earnings call 55% of Z10 buyers have been from other platforms. Cheaper BB10 models are due later this year. EMEA made up 46% of FQ4 sales, Latin America 18%, Canada 8%, and the U.S. and Asia-Pac 14% apiece. (more[View news story]
    Kurt - the shorts are stubborn - I am more confident than ever of Heins ability to deliver. He doesn't overhype or set unrealistic expectations. Hang on for slow steady gains.
    Mar 29, 2013. 02:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In spite of receiving plenty of sell-side love, BlackBerry (BBRY -0.8%) couldn't hold onto its post-earnings gains. Bernstein thinks BlackBerry's results/guidance indicate "resilience in service revenue" in spite of pricing changes - BlackBerry claims most of its 3M sub losses came from the low-ARPU prepaid segment. Thorsten Heins stated on the earnings call 55% of Z10 buyers have been from other platforms. Cheaper BB10 models are due later this year. EMEA made up 46% of FQ4 sales, Latin America 18%, Canada 8%, and the U.S. and Asia-Pac 14% apiece. (more[View news story]
    This is how it spreads.

    http://bit.ly/161NVud
    Mar 29, 2013. 01:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Stock Is A Massive Risk [View article]
    I have a copy of the Jefferies report. It is dated March 25, 2013. Which is after the AT&T launch. This is a fact. You are either uniformed, did poor research or twisting the facts.
    Mar 27, 2013. 04:56 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Why Store Checks Are Meaningless For Analyses [View article]
    Scott T.
    You would actually have to have a position in order to sell half.
    Mar 27, 2013. 02:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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