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The company behind the BlackBerry, Research In Motion provides a range of wireless hardware, software, and services.
Cannot compete in the long run against the big boys, and losing market share over seas
BES 10 coming in May. Revs from this alone should justify todays prices. 55% of Z10 owners have been converts from IOS and Android according to Q4 conf. call which only had 2 weeks of sales of BB10. DOD decision coming in October....could be a huge win for BES for MDM. Blackberry's vision on "mobile computing" may come to fruition as it's not echo system centric. QNX, DLNA, and Carrier 4g connectivity does not require a specific brand cohesion. Lots of catalysts and a cheap stock....would not wanna be short right now.
New products, no debt, cost cutting, high margins, ability to manage iOS and Android devices, high short interest.
BlackBerry has returned to the black and will now be advancing itself back into the market
fit for correction
I do not see a comback for BlackBerry. They will renew a couple of corporate contracts, but I doubt they will ever win back the retail client, which then, eventually will end up in vanishing corp. contract renewals as well
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i like them now. The IT configuration and administration for centralization is a game changer. Businesses will flock back just because it cuts down on it support.
The market sold off twice in three days and BBRY is still on a green and with new products to come there is a lot more to the upside on this stock.Just take a look at the monthly charts it indicates the price going up in the long term.
I have been watching this stock since mid jan and have been on the ride ever since. This stock might not be a 20 dollar stock at the moment but I believe it will have a lot of potentials.
Blackberry was down for two years, has a fresh platform which is based on security and flexibility at a time when mobile computing is gaining momentum and we are starting to use our phones as wallets. The Blackberry ecosystem will include highend, midrange and low end phones for emerging markets. The ecosystem will also have tablets, a BES10 server for enterprises, military and the finance sector to securely manage BlackBerry, IOS and Android assets.
Brand recognition and market niche. International sales success
I like the CEO. Management has facilitated a successful turnaround. Solid fundamentals. BB10 will continue to gain marketshare as the mobile space continues to grow; even 3rd place can be quite profitable. QNX is in cars and such. However, the stock is not for the feint of heart: high volume, extremely volatile, and a large percentage of shorts. Either go long or play the ups and downs in the short term.
It appears to be a race for third. BlackBerry, Nokia (Microsoft), some other Android (Facebook?). I mean Apple and Samsung have 1 and 2 locked up... right?I'm not so sure. Android buyers are a fickle bunch. No survey I've seen shows much brand loyalty. Apps are important, but easy to port from Android to BlackBerry. HTML 5 is on the horizon.BlackBerry and Apple users are loyal. Everyone else is just looking for the next big thing every two years at most. The length of their service contract here in the US.A flyer perhaps, but I like BlackBerry and BB10 over the next few years.
Very sophisticated phone (Z10) with really nice features. Superior security and operating system.
IBD EPS, RS, SPROE, Acc ratings plus P/E and div yieldTELECOM 7 96 DC-, NO EARN
BlackBerry has been beaten down rightfully due to its poor performance. But Mr. Market seems to be vastly underrating the prospects for the company's new BB10 operating system. The Z10 has received a mixed reception so far, but the upcoming Q10 is likely to be the volume seller, as many BlackBerry users want a physical keyboard.I don't expect to see BlackBerry challenging Apple or Android anytime soon, but the stock could still reach $30 by next year as the new phones drive a strong upgrade cycle among BB loyalists.
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