Research In Motion (RIMM +6.5%) has steadily moved higher today, aided by a relatively positive...

Research In Motion (RIMM +6.5%) has steadily moved higher today, aided by a relatively positive Goldman note. Though reiterating a Neutral and continuing to forecast losses through FY15, Goldman is pleased with RIM's BlackBerry subscriber growth and is lifting its estimates in response. The firm also speaks favorably about new BlackBerry 10 information-access and personalization features. 18% of RIM's float was shorted as of Aug. 31. (earlier)
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  • pabcanc
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    RIM has technology readily available that will send their stocks
    flying high again ...why don't they demonstrate this the irony of nature would have it ..did i mention that the iphone 5 does not have this, are they waiting until after Christmas and boxing day. Goldman should ask Mr Heinz this question..paul m sykes
    26 Sep 2012, 03:38 PM Reply Like
  • LoganSix
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    Demonstration of the BB10?
    They've been doing a sneak preview all week.
    27 Sep 2012, 08:32 AM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    Personally, I wish they'd just shut up so prices drop; I want to buy in!


    Seriously, I wonder why Goldman are so inconsistent; what exactly has changed so suddenly?
    27 Sep 2012, 08:18 AM Reply Like
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