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The company behind the BlackBerry, Research In Motion provides a range of wireless hardware, software, and services.
New business model, based on Android-like phones and security features makes sense to me. Could make sense to corporate IT and purchasing departments, too.
Failed devices. Huge competitors that have severe moats. Apple.
Have to have faith. Technology is there, maybe someone will buy out...could be a good move for other competitors.
Blackberry has a comprehensive patent catalog and currently (May 05) the only government approved communication device for classified material.
The company that stared the useful phone (smartphone) market has had a ton of competition. Apple's iPhone is still the king of the hill. But Blackberry has a solid niche and profits should outperform estimates.
I am hoping that this equity sponsors the World Cup in Belarus in 2090.
This company is just losing relevance due to new technologies and will eventually get to the point of stopping all phone production. Therefore, this company will steadily decrease until is ceases to exist.
I am just picking this Rocky like investment for the sake of equity-based vororistic curiosity to watch on my iPad. Hopfully, Putin will give me one of those funny looking sludge hammer logos account if Sputnik is able to successfully put this company out of business with the help of AAPL, SIRI and GOOGL devices. Thank God Putin is not on Twitter using a giant Blackberry device to concur the word one hook line and sinker trade time researching trades for his new Robinhood account. FYI Putin, watch out for "Natural Gas" investors, they are are usually cute looking breed, but end up talking all of your land over the course of time, ha, ha, I am just joking this morning...I. graduated from the mini U of M so stay out of Ukraine if you wish to sink my Foolish battleship account known as Tesas. And TY for the bottle of the funny tasting water, I can fiinally drive again down the street without sorting about driving in to gas stations causing havoc in my local com united. Your welcome and Thank you, Jim. FYI, I changed the name of Cramer's turtle from Catcus to Darwin, however, the turtle is going to be named Spocky for the next 24 hours.
I like chen and want to track his performance in a tough situation
BBRYs involvement with Nanthealth alone will make it out perform!
Blackberry has large cash reserves and a history of buying companies that have technology they need. While their hardware sale have flagged in the US,, they still have acceptance in other markets. The cloud services and security protocols provide a springboard for future growth or for possible acquisition.
no one uses blackberry dawg
This company is trying really hard and though they’ve done some things right administratively to shore up their resources and stay in the fight. I still believe they lack innovation, new interest in their products, and especially applications will not win market share away from the front runners. Other mobile devices are making inroads into the enterprise which was once dominated by Blackberry. They down own that segment anymore either.
My employer is dumping blackberry this year. We now have to acquire our own phones and be reimbursed. No one is buying a blackberry. A blackberry is like the shoe sized old cell phones from the '80s. Neat at the time, but who wants one now?The stock has taken a pop here and provided a good opportunity to short.
Global phone saturation paired with uncompetitive product. I knew someone with a blackberry once, and that was 5+ years ago.
Company is burning cash fast while they flail around for a new business model. They have no respect in the marketplace anymore; the Blackberry name is more of an albatross than a legacy. They have not proved that they can innovate in ~8 years.That said the new CEO is a turnaround guy; always a possibility they latch on to a new viable growth business before the cash runs out.
Blackberry missed their opportunity.Revenues fell from 18.4 Bn in 2011 to 6.8 Bn in 2014. in 2013 their net loss was 5.9 Bn. Their best chance is to find a buyer but they are losing money hand over fist whilst looking for one.
Losing virtually all once-held marketshare, all-too-frequent service dropouts, lack of any innovation and increased competition from companies that are beating them in every metric means this stock has nowhere to go but down. I wish I had shorted it years ago when the writing was on the wall.
It has a very low Price/Sales ratio compared to similar companies, and if it turns around, I think it can rise 4-5 times its current value over the next several years
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