- CrackBerry Master
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RIM on the Rebound! It’s Time to Get Bullish on Blackberry Says Jackson
"If [BB10] works in the next year, I think the stock could go to $40 and really shock a lot of people," Jackson concludes.
Don't look now, but shares of blackberry-maker Research in Motion (RIMM) are up over 50% since the start of November. Several analyst upgrades for RIM have created a splash of confidence that's having a positive ripple effect for the stock price. But the sustainability of the recent rise is contingent upon success of the Blackberry 10, expected to officially launch on January 30 and begin shipping in February.
"They have been clowns for the last five years, lets state that upfront," says Eric Jackson, founder of IronFire Capital about the BB10 launch. "I just don't think at this point they're going to screw up from here."
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- 12-06-12, 12:48 PM #7
That guy made me angry... not because of "what" he said (that was pretty douchy too though), but his demeanor as a whole.... This isn't a blog where you'd expect opinion, as it's not considered journalism. This is supposed to be news and this guy has such a biased, arrogant, and sheer disturbing, attitude.
- 12-06-12, 01:10 PM #8
- 12-06-12, 01:37 PM #9
None of these guys are BlackBerry users/fans. But the point is the analyst (that has been bullish for over a week now on CNBC) is clearly stating "I don't get who are these guys are or why they are still loyal to BlackBerry, but they are, and count them for at least 80 millions". It's good to have these kind of reviews; it breaks the "hype is gold" in favor of "numbers are facts".
Good for the stock. #IlikeThat.
- CrackBerry User
12-06-12, 02:04 PM #10
- 48 Posts
Bald guy is an opinionated *****...The other guy is a realist and I consider him an intelligent person. He basically said "Look, I like my iPhone, I'm going to continue using it because I like it, but RIM's future looks promising, and I'm going to invest in it because of that"...
The one guy is a reporter/entertainer(not a very good one either way) and the other is an investor. I basically had the same outlook on the iPhone back in 2007/2008. I've hated apple products as long as I can remember, mainly due to their prices and restrictions, but when the first iPhone was released, I was impressed with it. I wasn't going to pay the price to use it when my BlackBerry served me well, but it was an impressive device.
I also didn't have a whole lot of money for investing at the time, but I was able to get about 10 share of apple at around $120/share. Sometimes your interest in technology doesn't align with your interest in stocks.
- 12-06-12, 02:46 PM #11
When Jackson's credit card data stored in his iDevice or Androird go stoled, he will go crying with his mamma
Security is the KEY of the movile future, more a more, a lot of money transfer and another stuff will be done via smartphones.... imagine all those hackers waiting for your data...
That is the reason i feel secure with my BlackBerry.Live Long and Prosper!
- CrackBerry User
12-06-12, 02:49 PM #12
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- yeah right
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