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  • Where Are We At With AbbVie's Acquisition Of Shire? [View article]
    @ Chris spot on man :D
    Jul 14, 2014. 02:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Yelp Is Headed Towards Another Year Without A Profit [View article]
    Must appreciate the work you put behind in the analysis. I am going to buy a long term leap put on this
    May 1, 2014. 08:37 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Harper: Canada would study BlackBerry sale for security concerns [View news story]
    they heard u sir bbm is availble now
    Oct 21, 2013. 07:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Rogers Is The Pick Of The Lot Out Of Three Big Telecoms [View article]
    Since new IPHONE is coming it will bring good news for the carriers as Mass upgrades will happen.
    Sep 16, 2013. 08:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Potential BlackBerry suitors interesting in buying parts of company [View news story]
    Buddy i am proud of you i have more faith now in BBRY
    Sep 15, 2013. 11:03 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Following both supply chain and sales checks, BMO joins Pac Crest in asserting BB10 (BBRY -1.4%) channel inventories are rising. "Last quarter, we assumed 300k–400k of sell-through on 1M of sell- in for BB 10 devices. We believe May could have an even larger ... discrepancy," says analyst Tim Long. He thinks strong sell-in could let FQ1 sales beat expectations, but doesn't see the momentum lasting. Long also believes FQ1 sub losses could total 2M, and sees falling emerging markets carrier ARPUs pressuring service revenue. Raymond James, meanwhile, thinks BB10 sell-through "might have been slower than expected," and forecasts sub losses of 3M. (Bernstein) (RBC[View news story]
    The subs have to go down since the new customers does not count in the sub count. BlackBerry had bad experience with PlayBook they will not over produce simple as that. But it's hard for Analyst to accept. Do all these people loose there homes and cars and jobs if blackberry reports a profit. They are playing with Market. Stupidity at the best.
    Jun 21, 2013. 01:45 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Security Breach Overshadows BlackBerry Quarterly [View article]
    We are in 2013 Blackberry updated the software multiple times. Funny how shorts have to find some thing out of extra ordinary to take the SP down. Blackberry clearly mentioned that they are 100 % about the security of their platform. It has the highest ratings when it comes to security. How easily people forget about Facebook , Google Microsoft willingly the world is willingly giving out information and Blackberry is defending there security.

    Bears should get a break they cant see SP going up. Pathetic simply Pathetic.
    Jun 19, 2013. 07:08 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Reasons To Like BlackBerry Ahead Of Earnings [View article]
    Analysts have tried there best to take down the price of the stock. The one who looses is a small investor. One has to hold its position. Company will take time to rebound. They have a good Operating system i have been using it from the day it came out I had least of the problems with it. Good Corporate customers are coming back to blackberry. Right from Banks to Verizon to retails stores and other companies. Blackberry is on the move it will gain the market share for sure.

    In their next Conference call they need to do the following.

    - Give a good guidance towards the year end. Q5 is a good move
    - Issue a share buy back from the company 3 billion cash.
    - Announce the license deal.
    - Xmas launch of new 5 inch tablet.

    Share buy back is the thing which will dry out the shares for the shorts and which will bring in the squeeze.

    Company is in profit and its about time when every one realize they are back on track .
    Jun 3, 2013. 12:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 2013 "production expectations" for the Z10 (BBRY -1.2%) have been trimmed by 4M-6M units, believes Wedge Partners' Brian Blair, who has been bearish on BlackBerry for years. He adds U.S. Z10 launches " have provided no evidence of meaningful sell-through," and is forecasting <10M 2013 BB10 shipments vs. Street estimates of 20M+. Meanwhile, Pac Crest's James Faucette (previous) believes U.S., U.K., and Canadian Z10 inventories are too high, and that production cuts are a matter of time. Also: BlackBerry says the Q10 is expected to sell for a subsidized $249 in the U.S., $50 more than the 16GB iPhone 5. [View news story]
    Here is the truth ::: Give it a read better then News Item
    So, Mr James Faucette! Oh well… The man who:
    - On Sep 10, 2012 he “believed”: “We believe it is wishful thinking by carriers to expect ecosystems other than established ones to gain meaningful prosperity. RIM cannot compete on cost, it cannot compete on user experience, it does not have the range of devices offered on other ecosystems, it cannot compete on content and to date it has not been able to compete on development talent” http://bit.ly/Y77Ny9
    - On Nov 7, 2012 he “believed”: “We believe BB10 is likely to be DOA” http://bloom.bg/Y76FKV
    - On Feb 20, 2013 he “believed” : “We believe the Street has gotten ahead of the potential reality for BB10 shipments. There is no line of sight to profitability; we remain sellers of BBRY.” And he “estimated” Z10 shipments in the quarter are tracking to 275,000 to 325,000 units.http://onforb.es/Y76YFI
    - On Mar 5, 2013 he “believed”: “We believe carriers and third-party retailers in the U.K. are already well above typically targeted inventory levels” http://onforb.es/Y77AuU
    - On Mar 12, 2013 he was quick to notice that Blackberry (the very same DOA Blackberry) “would be too expensive for Lenovo”
    - On Apr 11 he was sure though: “Even if the Z10 were able to maintain its current sell-through run rate based on our initial checks, it would still amount to less than 1 million units per month. At that rate, It would be very difficult for BlackBerry to return to long-term profit growth.”
    Well, he may be a man of belief, but certainly should not be believed. Quite a record right?
    Apr 26, 2013. 07:39 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry 10: No 'Killer App,' Investors Lose [View article]
    The OS is a killer in itself in addition here is the list
    - Blackberry Connect (You never loose your phone or data)
    - Secure Platform
    - Blackberry Hub
    - Brilliant keyboard
    - Business & Personal Profile + 2 much to list.

    No matter how much bashing you do towards Blackberry. It will rise & rise. They say when people right some one say thing against you it makes you better & better.
    Feb 17, 2013. 08:27 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research In Motion: The Party Is Over... Sell Now [View article]
    I may not be a professional trader but i can say some things which i think totally differ from the author.

    - Rim is still alive and it will jump back up just wait & watch
    - Your beloved apple was also once almost got bankrupt they innovated 5 years back and took the industry by storm. After that they have been sleeping.
    - Apple is doing the same mistake which RIM once did. They thought they are too big to fail and no matter what kind of phone you make it will work.
    - Apple have always made ppl follow. But this time around its RIM who is leading.
    - HTML 5 based Fastest Processor + Blackberry Balance + NFC (Approved by visa & already being implemented by TOP Canadian carriers)+ First smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard + Security (1 of the most important aspect of mobile computing)+ Best compression technology in the game.

    If you think adding all these things will not make a difference then think again.

    What did Samsung brought to the table to be really successful (A large screen & copied interface).

    Innovation is the key to success in the mobile world. You must have heard of a company called NOKIA. There was a point in Asia when there was only God after NOKIA & have a look where they are right now its all due to lack of Innovation.

    Thanks for the read
    Jan 17, 2013. 05:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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