View Poll Results: Did you buy shares ?

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  1. bungaboy's Avatar
    I been following the Blackberry stock for few years now. no matter how hard every one predicted that it is dead, yet it always came back and refuses to go away.
    My Bro sent me this video today which i think fits $BBRY thread nicely. i hope every one will enjoy it. i know my Bro is gonna get mad at me.

    The Muppet Show. Rowlf the Dog - The Cat Came Back (ep.523) - YouTube
    Works better with video tags around it.

    07-15-14 02:51 PM
  2. sidhuk's Avatar
    well it was interesting day today. let me work on todays's chart. it survived 10:30 dip (in Red arrow). then at 12.22 (magenta arrow) when it felt like "IT" really died and was out of the game, look at the nice big fat cat type of double belly? over all nice day.
    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-t.png
    07-15-14 03:15 PM
  3. sidhuk's Avatar
    Morgan8, how is my first chart? i am thinking of adding this to my resume for CNBC. you think i have a chance?
    07-15-14 03:30 PM
  4. leafs123's Avatar
    07-15-14 03:34 PM
  5. morganplus8's Avatar
    Morgan8, how is my first chart? i am thinking of adding this to my resume for CNBC. you think i have a chance?

    sidhuk!!!!

    Come again? "...... look at the nice big fat cat type of double belly?"

    What the heck is that? That formation is a stuffed flying cat formation, where do you see the "double belly"?

    I feel sometimes like you don't take technical analysis seriously friend.
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    07-15-14 03:42 PM
  6. bungaboy's Avatar
    OT: Love competition!

    Another broker yields to plunging trading fees

    Try It Now Inside the Market - The Globe and Mail
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    07-15-14 03:42 PM
  7. sidhuk's Avatar
    sidhuk!!!!

    Come again? "...... look at the nice big fat cat type of double belly?"

    What the heck is that? That formation is a stuffed flying cat formation, where do you see the "double belly"?

    I feel sometimes like you don't take technical analysis seriously friend.
    Morgan8, lol. that was the whole point of purposely missing "little weenie tiny hump at 3:00 pm mark. I just wanted to keep the commentary short cause @ CNBC every thing is "time bound".
    07-15-14 03:48 PM
  8. Reed Richards's Avatar
    Hmmm, anyone else seeing an after-hours share price drop to below 10.80 on the NASDAQ? Any idea what's going on?

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    07-15-14 03:51 PM
  9. bungaboy's Avatar
    Share the love

    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-seal.jpg
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    07-15-14 03:53 PM
  10. anon1727506's Avatar
    Hmmm, anyone else seeing an after-hours share price drop to below 10.80 on the NASDAQ? Any idea what's going on?

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    As posted above - IBM & Apple joining forces.....

    Apple, IBM Team up in Mobile Devices, Applications - ABC News
    Apple, IBM in massive enterprise hardware, software partnership
    Apple Rising on Deal with IBM for iPhone, iPad Business Apps - Tech Trader Daily - Barrons.com
    Apple Teams Up With IBM For Huge, Expansive Enterprise Push | TechCrunch
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    07-15-14 03:54 PM
  11. sidhuk's Avatar
    I agree, even the blackphone, is qoute " a company with no products available, no history, no track record, no market share, no sales, no "mobile deployments", no creativity or originality and most of all, no credibility. A "secure" phone built by an unproven start-up that runs on android" can affect blackberry SP then would be easy for two giants IBM/Apple partnership to disrupt Blackberry sp.
    how ever, looks like blackberry must have some hidden value in their hands so that whole world is after them. even though company is dead company and zero% market share.
    07-15-14 03:55 PM
  12. leafs123's Avatar
    Anyone know how good and/or advanced IBM's MDM tools are?
    07-15-14 04:00 PM
  13. bungaboy's Avatar
    Hmmm, anyone else seeing an after-hours share price drop to below 10.80 on the NASDAQ? Any idea what's going on?

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    Saw that.
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    07-15-14 04:01 PM
  14. sidhuk's Avatar
    IBM/Apple partnership. the other question is that how will this affect blackberry's competitions. such as this company?
    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-m.png
    07-15-14 04:14 PM
  15. leafs123's Avatar
    IBM/Apple partnership. the other question is that how will this affect blackberry's competitions. such as this company?
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    Should impact all companies but to be fair, that screen grab is of the day's action vs AH.
    07-15-14 04:29 PM
  16. sidhuk's Avatar
    Anyone know how good and/or advanced IBM's MDM tools are?
    IMO, American companies will have tough time convincing rest of the world that their data is secure.
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    07-15-14 04:30 PM
  17. sidhuk's Avatar
    Should impact all companies but to be fair, that screen grab is of the day's action vs AH.
    Mobil doesn't have after hours. i looked at it. short term might effect BB sp. i dont see this putting blackberry out of business.
    07-15-14 04:33 PM
  18. Corbu's Avatar
    Apple and IBM take on corporate market together - FT.com

    Apple and IBM, once bitter foes in the personal computing market, have struck an alliance to sell iPhones and iPads into larger corporations.

    The deal will see IBM provide cloud services, including device management and security, for Apple’s handsets and tablets, which it will sell to enterprise customers loaded with apps specialised for particular industries.

    “For the first time ever we’re putting IBM’s renowned big data analytics at iOS users’ fingertips, which opens up a large market opportunity for Apple,” Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said in a joint statement. “This is a radical step for enterprise and something that only Apple and IBM can deliver.”

    Although Apple says 98 per cent of Fortune 500 companies already use its devices, the partnership is an acknowledgment that the consumer-focused company lacks the expertise and salesforce required to tackle large corporate customers. It also comes amid continuing criticism of Apple’s cloud services and will provide an extra fillip to the iPhone, where revenue growth has slowed in recent quarters.

    Ginni Rometty, IBM’s chief executive, said she was “delighted to be teaming with Apple, whose innovations have transformed our lives in ways we take for granted, but can’t imagine living without. Our alliance will bring the same kind of transformation to the way people work, industries operate and companies perform.”

    Apple’s shares rose 1.4 per cent in after-market trading, having closed down 1.2 per cent for the day at $95.32. IBM, which had fallen 0.7 per cent to $188.49 during normal trading on Tuesday, rose 1.6 per cent after hours. BlackBerry, the enterprise-focused mobile device maker, was as much as 4 per cent lower after market.

    Frank Gillett, analyst at Forrester Research, hailed the deal as a “landmark agreement”.

    “Apple has been dragged into the enterprise by individuals that want the same mobile convenience on the job that they use in their personal lives, but has resisted servicing enterprises for fear of losing its famed focus on top quality user experience,” Mr Gillett said.

    “Given IBM’s market strength and coverage, this partnership gives Apple enterprise capabilities and credibility at one stroke – and gives IBM a premium advantage in the race for mobile enterprise leadership. Look for Google and leading enterprise suppliers to seek partnerships that offer a credible alternative.”

    Thirty years ago, Apple took direct aim at IBM’s PCs with its famous “1984” ad, styling Big Blue as an evil dictator from which the Macintosh offered salvation. In the 1990s, the two companies partnered on the PowerPC microprocessor, which ran in Macintosh computers, until Apple switched to Intel chips in 2006.

    The biggest loser from the alliance is Microsoft, which will suffer a dent to its ambitions of winning business users over to its Windows 8 software on touchscreen devices, said Richard Doherty, an analyst at Envisioneering. “The Windows ecosystem was supposed to be the standard for businesses, it was already being fractured,” he said.
    07-15-14 04:33 PM
  19. Reed Richards's Avatar
    So with this Apple and IBM partnership... does this lock an organization into being an Apple-only shop for phones and tablets? If I'm reading the ad-copy on IBM's MobileFirst correctly, it was designed in 2013 to have cross-platform MDM. Did it ever roll out like that? And if so, can an organization continue to have a mix of devices, or does the deal enforce an all-Apple approach?

    From what I've seen, companies and government agencies generally love their iPads - they work well, and have great battery life. But they've found the iPhone to be lacking: size, keyboard, battery, and inconsistent messaging when managed by Airwatch or Good. And they generally aren't Mac shops.

    Looking forward to seeing the details, for sure...
    07-15-14 04:39 PM
  20. Bilaal's Avatar
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    07-15-14 04:39 PM
  21. Bilaal's Avatar
    BlackBerry has been flirting with Android for years, they should just kiss Google and get in bed with them. I wouldn't put it past John Chen to not have already thought of this before.

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    07-15-14 04:40 PM
  22. leafs123's Avatar
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    I agree with you on this. Google is further back on enterprise now after this announcement than it was before.

    A partnership/deal with BlackBerry expedites the process and gives them more ammo.
    07-15-14 04:50 PM
  23. sidhuk's Avatar
    Before it was knox, suppose to knock out blackberry. then it was Google and knox. now it is apple/iBM.
    I better go to the Gym. have a great evening Gang.
    07-15-14 04:54 PM
  24. cjcampbell's Avatar
    I agree with you on this. Google is further back on enterprise now after this announcement than it was before.

    A partnership/deal with BlackBerry expedites the process and gives them more ammo.
    I doubt that will happen now that they've signed the deal with Amazon.
    07-15-14 04:58 PM
  25. gg22's Avatar
    Anyone know how good and/or advanced IBM's MDM tools are?
    Sometimes last year IBM bought Maas360 MDM, we are using it where I work. Works with Androids and iPhones.
    BlackistheBerry and jxnb like this.
    07-15-14 05:54 PM
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