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Premarket gainers: SFLY +17%. MUSA +13%. GDP +12%. AAV +8%. MBI +6%. CERN +5%. ZNGA +5%. Losers:...

Premarket gainers: SFLY +17%. MUSA +13%. GDP +12%. AAV +8%. MBI +6%. CERN +5%. ZNGA +5%.
Losers: CHRW -7%. GME -5%.
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  • mman
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    BBRY?
    6 Feb 2013, 09:16 AM Reply Like
  • leblereau
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    They changed their name from RIMM this week.
    6 Feb 2013, 12:14 PM Reply Like
  • emburns
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    BBRY is down 3.5... not up 20.
    6 Feb 2013, 09:17 AM Reply Like
  • Tim Bee
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    Looks like they removed the BBRY reference.
    6 Feb 2013, 09:23 AM Reply Like
  • kherman
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    Dan it. I was shocked by that email having seen bbry down 10 minutes ago.

     

    Oh well, its worth $50+. Its just a matter of time till people realize it.
    6 Feb 2013, 09:24 AM Reply Like
  • WATERLOO JOE
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    RIM critic and Jefferies analyst Peter Misek upgraded the stock to buy from hold and raised his price target to US$19.50 from US$13.00. Yes…. THAT Peter Misek.

     

    Mr. Misek had a few notes to support this upgrade including

     

    He says RIM will enable corporate BlackBerry email on iPhones and Android devices.
    RIM will indeed bring BBM to android and iOS
    RIM will add “bring your own device sandboxing” to other platforms
    He believes the probability for success is at the high end of his “20-30%” range he has previously stuck to
    If all goes well, he thinks the stock could climb to $56 in the next 12 months
    He believes Q1 2014 and Q2 2014 will come in well above consensus due to the increase in average revenue per unit sold of BB10 devies. Meaning, RIM will make more money off every BB10 sale than current BB7 sales
    He notes also that developers are supporting BB10 way more than expected

     

    Now none of the above is really shocking, and, for many of us, we have known that things like developer interest has been strong for a while now. The thing to take away from this is basically this, one of the most harshest critics of RIM and BlackBerry is now turning bullish about their prospects.

     

    Its about time right? Should be interesting to see what happens to the stock today when the market opens!
    6 Feb 2013, 09:29 AM Reply Like
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