• LTI0723
    $BBRY What's the general sense of statcounter data? Does anybody use it? How do you interpret it? Thanks.
    9/14/13
    Reply (12)
    • jamesingram32: think Kantar, ComTech, ComScore are used more. Have a look at this $NOK article for some discussion on this. http://seekingalpha.com/a/zqla
      9/14/13
    • Andreas Hopf: StatCounter is absolutely useless. Buy Nielsen or GfK data or look for Kantar's ComTech report, IDC and ComScore figures. Check ji32's link.
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    • Andreas Hopf: StatCounter belief made many investors poor when it was time to jump before the big cliff, but many cheered on and on and bought even...
      9/14/13
    • Andreas Hopf: ...more $BBRY instead of selling. Look where they are now. Here's the original link http://bit.ly/12HacLB about StatCounter's bias.
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    • LTI0723: Andrea. Thanks for the reply. Looks like there are limitations to all Web stats.
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    • LTI0723: That's Andreas, my apologies
      9/14/13
    • richardphoenix: Pure and simple star counter captures web traffic. No differentiation given by IP. It is also a sample set.
      9/15/13
    • jamesingram32: oh yeah, and IO meant to say, ask Andreas on this. He is stat king.
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    • jamesingram32: as opposed to Stat Oil !
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    • Andreas Hopf: I'm not more knowledgeable than others. I just prefer technically unbiased datasets and proper data set size. Again, look at where...
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    • Andreas Hopf: ...you would be as BBRY investor, if you would have made StatCounter your guide.
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    • jamesingram32: @andreas, i actually meant that.I wasn't having a dig. i've noticed you talk about stats on NOK, and I pay attention to what you say.
      9/15/13