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  • BlackBerry: The Bear Case, The Bull Case And My Case  [View article]
    I concur and that is absolutely the situations and the very reasons why lots of us who stayed focus on long term and expecting a spike that never happened. We will have to just really sit on this and wait for a few quarters. Hoping Heinz will immediately share the pie for every earnings he can make.
    Jun 27, 2013. 03:30 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Throwing In The Towel On My BlackBerry Shares  [View article]
    You are a good friend..... Here is my advice: dump apple shares and load up more Blackberry. He just simply blowout his credibility and everybody knows that is for something...most likely he's short.
    Jun 25, 2013. 11:34 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Throwing In The Towel On My BlackBerry Shares  [View article]
    Mark what is going on? Your article doesnt fit your profile anymore. It's way off by looking in any angles of being a smart investors.
    Jun 24, 2013. 03:09 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) slips 3% premarket after a downgrade to Sell at Bernstein, which sees earnings peaking in FQ1 and "significant risk" of a miss in H2. OTR Global says U.K. Q10 sales fell off a cliff and have been - "not a typo" - just 30K-50K units since launch, reports Notable Calls.  [View news story]
    As expected, shorters will be working extra hours not too loose so much. These guys are really so pathetic but you will admire their courage but never ever their greediness to make money as they are willing to sell their soul for it and make lies.
    Jun 19, 2013. 09:04 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) has upped its component purchases from Taiwanese suppliers thanks to strong BB10 sales, supply chain sources tell Digitimes. The sources add Indonesian and Middle Eastern sales are healthy, and that if other emerging markets prove strong, BlackBerry is likely to ship 30M-40M smartphones in 2013 - Feb. quarter shipments totaled 6M, and were down 23% Y/Y. BBRY +1% in spite of lower NASDAQ futures. The sell-side has been arguing back and forth over BB10's early reception.  [View news story]
    With conservative estimates of 8m units for Q1 and I'm to apply a 15% error correction that was published by National Bank- Kris Thompson although he still bearish with BB and I dont know why considering his positive views, to which I say another reverse psycholoy tactics and now Digitimes supporting that fact of expected 30 to 40m units for 2013 - BB units quarterly sales will fall into 9 t0 9.2 million units that translates into an EPS of $1.20 to $1.30 for Q1

    If the above will materialize in this quater, then Prem Watsa is right that BB value should be at around $40 speaking only of this year.
    May 31, 2013. 10:33 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Time To Throw In The Towel?  [View article]
    It's time to bet the farm -just don't forget to give back as it says.
    " For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you "
    May 30, 2013. 09:50 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Time To Throw In The Towel?  [View article]
    I think the Executive Summary should state I've been long bearish with BlackBerry but I think it's now time to throw in the towel - it is a reverse psychology.

    The market soon will be flooded with QNX powered smartphones.

    I'd like to see Lenovo and Dell to produce a BB10 smartphones.

    May 30, 2013. 09:26 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY -1.2%) launches the mid-range Q5 QWERTY BB10 phone as Thorsten Heins delivers his keynote at the BlackBerry Live conference (webcast). Sporting a 3.1" touchscreen (like the Q10), the Q5 resembles the rumored R10, and will launch in various emerging markets starting in July. BlackBerry has also updated the Z10's software to support personalized notifications, click to call, and a few other features.  [View news story]
    Somehow, I would expect that this thing will happen - this is shorters old strategy. Creating a sentiment of anxieties for those weaker hands. Stay long folks and remove your position out of inventory.
    May 14, 2013. 10:56 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Sales Appear To Remain Strong Despite Negative Reports  [View article]
    It's very obvious that these cos; Pacific Crest or Cleveland Research and Detwiller Fenton, for being a very small companies are under the payroll of BB shorters. Very coordinated as after they publish the reports, WSJ, Bloomberg and others will reiterate what they speculate and voila!

    How to deal with this? Hold on to your position and take it out of inventory - they cant instill their motives if no shares are available for them to borrow or short.
    May 8, 2013. 10:28 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL +2.6%) commanded 57% of smartphone profits in Q1, and Samsung (SSNLF.PK) 43%, estimates Canaccord's Mike Walkley. All other OEMs collectively broke even, after having lost money last year. Apple's profit share is down from 2012's 69%, and Samsung's up from 2012's 34% - chalk those changes up to Samsung's share gains and Apple's gross margin decline. Walkley also writes Samsung's Galaxy S4 is off to a strong start (in spite of some reports of overheating), that checks indicate U.S. BlackBerry Z10 (BBRY +0.7%) sales are soft, and that U.K. Q10 supplies have been limited.  [View news story]
    For sure, APPL will still make money in the next few years but I will not expect it to double in value again. While BBRY or NOK might have a chance to do so - do your own due diligence.

    May 6, 2013. 06:09 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Bullish Case For BlackBerry, The Death Of Tablets And A Strong Q10 Launch  [View article]
    Heins's comments sealed the fact that eventhough he didn't start Balckberry, he has his own vision that he's briging to the company. Boldness has magic in it and that what drives APPL to their glory - and the main reason APPL is fading, that boldness is gone when SJ left them.

    Stay put and dont get outsmarted by the bears please. Lock your BB shares!
    May 1, 2013. 10:48 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Too Many Bears In The BlackBerry Bushes  [View article]
    Stay put and long with the stock.

    Put your position for sale at a higher amount so that it is not available for shorts.
    May 1, 2013. 10:36 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Solid Reasons To Buy BlackBerry Now  [View article]
    We should by now all know how to read Heins - Yes he doesnt hyperbole and instead he claim his statements that he if knew he can achieve or surpass it.

    The stock should have steady climb with this Q10 introduction and we should see 20 before Q1 earnings report.

    Stay holding the stock until it is double - and this is probable in 6 to 12 months. But most importantly, please take your position out of inventory by putting it for sale at a higher amount.

    Longs should not be outsmarted by shorts. So behold and stay folks.
    Apr 30, 2013. 03:14 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Our checks indicate Z10 sales in Canada, U.S., and UK remain steady with no excess inventory or return issues," writes Jefferies' Peter Misek, once more defending BlackBerry (BBRY +2.4%) as other analysts provide a more downbeat take. Also, like SA contributor Michael Collins, Misek reports of strong U.K. Q10 demand on launch day at Carphone Warehouse outlets found within Selfridges department stores. Some expected the Q10 to see a stronger launch than the Z10, given it's aimed more squarely at BlackBerry's traditional base. (previous[View news story]
    Folks, stay long and we will get rewarded - we wont benefit if we trade BB as this period of time. We need to push up the stock to its proper valuation before you can do so. Otherwise we wont beat the bears on this feat.

    Post your position at a higher price to get it out of the inventory to avoid shorts borrowing the shares.
    Apr 29, 2013. 12:31 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did Barron's Just Pull A Forbes On BlackBerry?  [View article]
    Your intuition is absolutely correct and I was thinking the same. OSC and SEC cannot just sit on the sidelines and watch this thing happening. They would have to prevent issues such as publishing some reports to mislead the market like what Detwiller Fenton did - it is absolutely brutal and can be treated as criminal acts. But more than this we will have to watch out for those publishers as well like Motley Foll, WSJ, Insider Money, Bloomberg, Forbes and even SA - its' ok to publish a bad news as long as the information is of true merit as this will benefit investors.
    Apr 27, 2013. 12:48 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment