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  • JP Morgan Chase $2 Billion Derivatives Loss Illustrates Toxicity Of Casino-Banking [View article]
    Before you go throw out words like 700 trillion, why don't you tell people that the notional value of 700 trillion never really switches hands. Only the interest rate, or difference in currency values. Stop spreading propaganda.
    May 11 09:18 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BB10 To Ensure Continued Blackberry Dominance In Many Markets [View article]
    Byod will be dead in 2 years. When companies need to guarantee the security of the information entrusted to them, the risk of Byod becomes to great. How many millions will a company pay to allow someone to use their own device? Data theft is quite easy when you have your own device. Also, when you leave your employment, you lose your # and your personal device and the information on it is locked to prevent data theft until the contents on the phone can be deleted. And when you get your phone back have fun changing your # because that becomes the property of the employer.
    May 9 10:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BB10 To Ensure Continued Blackberry Dominance In Many Markets [View article]
    Have you heard of the Internet. It's the biggest app store in the world and is at your fingertips with the playbook.
    May 9 10:10 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BB10 To Ensure Continued Blackberry Dominance In Many Markets [View article]
    Increasing money flow, sentiment indicators, but short interest has doubled. I can't wait to see what % jump in short interest is for the end of April.. The longs aren't selling, more longs are buying. Just not enough yet to compensate for the increase in shorts. Though at 15%± they'll have to cover at some point as blackberry is not disappearing in the next year. They have enough liquidity to buy back over 50% outstanding shares.
    May 9 10:08 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BB10 To Ensure Continued Blackberry Dominance In Many Markets [View article]
    Have you used blackberry's OS? I'm typing on it now and it is like comparing flour to bread and BB10 is looking to be the best Baguette you can buy. If Rimm is able to port the OS from the playbook into their smartphones and expand a few functions to better support Skype, Office etc, then there be no question it is the best OS. I can have multiple windows, websites , apps, gallery and more open at once and view all simultaneously. In other words, I can make a video call while listening to music in the background, surfing between any number of websites, app's while watching a video at the same time. Try to do that on an Iphone or Android device!
    May 9 10:02 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Price Action In This Sector Signals The Market Is Likely Nearing A Short-Term Bottom [View article]
    Petrobas has lost a third of its value in 3 -months approaching its 5 year lows. I don't get it, last time I filled up my tank the price of Regular is still $3.89.. So why is it that oil stocks are down 10-35%? Egypt just had an election that does not bode well for future regional stability and event risk with Iran is bound to happen. Energy Stocks are bound to rebound, but with some at their 5 year lows, I would hope it be sooner then later. Especially if Obama is re-elected, we will be seeing $6 a gallon and huge profits across the entire industry!
    May 7 10:46 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: A Deeply Undervalued $4 Stock To Buy Now [View article]
    I do agree with you. The entire Occupy movement was captured on the Iphone. It's funny how people protesting low wages, Corporate Greed, Unemployment etc are all able to own Iphones. Apple is a Greedy Capitalist and a little Facist in how they operate. They have been able to combine the benefits of both extremes! Al Gore sits on their board, and has oversaw the greatest exportation of American Jobs in the history of our country and yet the far left loves Apple! Flying back and forth on his private jet, telling us that were Oil addicts. Hypocracy of it all is sickening. Why have we never heard Al Gore question sending 100,000 plus jobs to China to manufacture the Iphone/IPad? If he cared that much, wouldn't he of at least made some public comment? He needs to pay for his private jet, so I guess no! Apple's move has forced others such as Nokia and RIMM to export jobs to better manage expenses. THANKS AL GORE!
    May 7 10:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why RIM Is Dropping Like A Rock [View article]
    I love my Playbook and don't use any app's other then for a few games, calculator's and news feeds. However, I typically just click on the book marks of my favorite websites as the app's have limited functions. Why use a Bank of America App, when you can just go to the website? Does anyone know the answer? It is not any quicker, click Logo in my bookmarks verse scrolling down/across to the App. CNBC's app offer's little but stories dictated by CNBC. However if you go to their website, you can access all the stories and ready what interest you. I am not sold on "App's." It's called Software, and I'd rather access it through the Cloud then download 100 "Apps" onto my Tablet.

    This theory that we need 500k App's is a bunch of BS. Their are a number of web-sites that offer free games, play on-line or download to your device. The benefit is that you can access 1000's games with a click, or download 1000 apps to play each individual game.
    May 7 09:59 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Will The Board Members Of Research In Motion Stop Procrastinating And Unleash Value? [View article]
    I completely agree. Analysts predicting the collapse of RIMM and Nokia are mis-guided. THe media on a daily basis praises Apple, criticizes RIMM and NOK. However, their is one simple fact. Most people don't read any of this BS. No one knows the truth anymore. Obama is going to curb oil speculators to drive down the price of gas. Sure he will, gas is priced on Brent which is traded in London. Does anyone know why Obama was in Columbia? It wasn't so the Secret Service could get escorts... Again, people are blind to all of this and many people still use traditional cell phones and are happy with them. They are called late adopters and keeping up with the Jones is not there goal. For normal people, for seek to maximize ones Utility, we will purchase the product that offers the greatest value to thyself. Anyone who says they know how every consumer on this planet will behave is a liar, and most likely short seller. I have an adroid phone, I also have a regular flip open cell that I use to actually talk to people. It is much easier to talk with someone on a traditional cell phone then a smart phone. When Windows 8 rolls out, I will be an early adopter. Smart Phones will have more then two players and even if Nokia only has 15% of the market, that will still equate to almost a billion phones.
    May 4 11:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia (NOK) will launch tablets and "hybrid" smartphone/tablet devices to bolster its slumping market position, says chairman Jorma Ollila. Nokia has been expected to release Windows 8 (MSFT) tablets running on Qualcomm (QCOM) Snapdragon processors, though details have been limited. Ollila also backed CEO Stephen Elop's controversial decision to bet Nokia's future on Windows Phone.  [View news story]
    Based upon your argument, Apple or Samsung would never of caught up with Nokia. Nokia does not have to beat Apple, but who knows, they can. They have the infrastructure, distribution, knowledge to produce great products. They, like RIMM, HTC, LG, Sony, Dell, HPQ, Amazon, Toshiba, Lenovo etc are one product away from taking the crown. The market is at its infancy, smart phone sales will not even begin to occur in many regions for years. It took Verizon billions and a few years to build out its 3G network. To come to a conclusion that its a two player market in what will be a commoditized good is just plain fiction.
    May 4 11:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why RIM Is Dropping Like A Rock [View article]
    Not to same level of security, nor do they offer suite of add on services.
    May 4 12:11 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Financials That Are Going To Outperform [View article]
    Bac has cash to back up every penny of its tangible book value. This of course has been audited quarterly. I don't get it, just liquidate the company already so I can get my $14. That's what Obama really wants, so let's liquidate all the banks.
    May 4 12:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why RIM Is Dropping Like A Rock [View article]
    Solution to protect an organization from potential hundred million dollar lawsuit for having my personal information breached. That is it.
    May 4 12:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why RIM Is Dropping Like A Rock [View article]
    What creditor is gonna force Rimm into bankruptcy? Please educate me all mighty one. Byod. Is dead. The #1 issue affecting CIO's today is data security. The cost of a breach can lead to bankruptcy. As we experience more litigation and very large legal settlements over this, BlackBerry will look all the more appealing. Symantec does not integrate their security solutions for the iphone, but they do for blackberry!
    May 3 11:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why RIM Is Dropping Like A Rock [View article]
    Or the 10% of outstanding shares traded in one day, with a purchase of 2 million sending the stock to 13.40on Wednesday only to be back to $12.8 seconds later. What crock Of BS.... Jp Morgan owns over 5%, what do they have to say!
    May 3 11:48 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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