View Poll Results: Did you buy shares ?

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  • Yes, I'm acting now !

    693 62.66%
  • No

    413 37.34%
  1. DragonFlyer's Avatar
    wow sooo weird my td account shows that my shares closed at 15.09
    ditto with my itrades account


    edit : the i in itrades has nothing to do with a phone, just wanted to make that clear
    03-28-13 03:22 PM
  2. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    Closed @ $15.09 on TSX
    Ahhh...15 min lag...
    03-28-13 03:23 PM
  3. bungaboy's Avatar
    ppl on this thread were up till 2-3 am eagerly waiting for the ER.... ER was good...stock jumped $1.00 in the morning and now to this....so much excitement lol lol


    lets see how next week plays out......
    I'm not laughing.
    03-28-13 03:25 PM
  4. mikev85's Avatar
    if you click on the link you sent it show 15.09
    03-28-13 03:26 PM
  5. slipstream89's Avatar
    Well lets just take a look at the bright side. This decline was nothing, thank god it wasn't a 10% drop or anything I would have liked to see a 15% gain but I don't think we will see that until we get some upgrades, possibly by next week. Also long weekend maybe possibly people just selling off at weeks end? we will see next week, had to extend my sell order date till mid april maybe by then it reaches $20

    People will have the long weekend to digest the information and we will go from there.
    03-28-13 03:26 PM
  6. AngryEdmontonian's Avatar
    If it makes you all feel any better, I've lost the urge to have sex with my wife.
    03-28-13 03:28 PM
  7. W Hoa's Avatar
    does anyone have the last few trades on the TSX? That was a weird gap up on large volume right at the end.
    What I was able to capture:

    03:59 $14.68 with 11.58 million shares traded for a loss of 13 cents
    04:00 $15.09 with 12.28 million shares traded for a gain of 29 cents

    If you want to see the last 25 trades in Toronto go here:

    Stock Market Quotes | Stock Market Quotes and Symbols
    bungaboy, fedakd and Shanerredflag like this.
    03-28-13 03:28 PM
  8. bungaboy's Avatar
    Interesting, so the TSX is open tomorrow I am assuming...
    nope.
    03-28-13 03:28 PM
  9. Markymark 23's Avatar
    If it makes you all feel any better, I've lost the urge to have sex with my wife.
    And that sir was the best possible way to end a dreary day working and watching this crap. LOL, thanks for that!!!
    03-28-13 03:31 PM
  10. peter9477's Avatar
    Something triggered it in the last minute of trading... something like 55K shares all at once at $15.09. Maybe a simple mistake? Only cost someone $23,000 relative to the market price at the time, in any case. Or could it have been an earlier trade before the dip, that hadn't been posted properly? I'm assuming that sort of thing doesn't happen, just because it would really confuse the market if it was common.
    03-28-13 03:31 PM
  11. pooger's Avatar
    If it makes you all feel any better, I've lost the urge to have sex with my wife.
    LOL
    03-28-13 03:37 PM
  12. silversun10's Avatar
    Something triggered it in the last minute of trading... something like 55K shares all at once at $15.09. Maybe a simple mistake? Only cost someone $23,000 relative to the market price at the time, in any case. Or could it have been an earlier trade before the dip, that hadn't been posted properly? I'm assuming that sort of thing doesn't happen, just because it would really confuse the market if it was common.
    markets on close, it happens every day in Toronto:

    Market On Close | TMX Group
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    03-28-13 03:39 PM
  13. plasmid_boy's Avatar
    If it makes you all feel any better, I've lost the urge to have sex with my wife.
    Really? I am picking up a bottle of wine and massage oil on the way home.

    Just to be clear; massage oil will be used for massaging (not for other unintended uses).
    lcjr likes this.
    03-28-13 03:40 PM
  14. peter9477's Avatar
    If it makes you all feel any better, I've lost the urge to have sex with my wife.
    If it makes you feel any better, so have I.
    bungaboy likes this.
    03-28-13 03:41 PM
  15. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Yeah, well, these day to day swings don't make me nervous at all as I've said before. But this blatant 'cheating' and 'collusion' makes my blood boil. We should all relax if what was happening was natural and logical. But it's not, what's happening is result of manipulations. That's not only unfair; that is criminal. And you don't ignore crime, you do what you can to get criminals punished.

    I don't know what we can do though. There is huge asymmetry here. Bears control enormous amount of power (cash) and they are using that to collude with media to manipulate this stock. How can you relax when crime is taking place before your eyes?
    It's a fight short against bulls... beside the virtuous of long investing, I'm not sure we can point out the "good"/ "Bad" guys based on their trading. I have very close friends shorting BBRY for years, that's just business. Sure we are emotionally involved here, but we should not. Winners don't cry

    Posted via CB10
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    03-28-13 03:47 PM
  16. rebekahlynnharrison's Avatar
    I'm glad to see BB close over $15 and will wait to see what next week(s) will bring.
    Normally I do daily trading with this, but got stuck in a unfavorable position, so rather
    than crystallize the loss, I'm going medium-long(ish) as I do believe there are better gains
    to be had. We did reach in the higher teens not that long ago so I remain optimistic.
    morganplus8 and bungaboy like this.
    03-28-13 03:48 PM
  17. LuckyJP's Avatar
    I have a few comments about today's disastrous day for us BBRY shareholders, so please indulge me.

    I'm naturally seething with anger at how the stock price had tanked given the largely positive ER, but I'm not entirely sure that it would be logical to blame the system (shorting billions worth of this stock), or the media.

    Instead, I'm afraid that I am blaming the company itself for having incompetent management and lack of any substantial PR efforts. I think it goes without saying that last week's US launch of the Z10 was a fiasco. Sure, we could blame AT&T for not promoting the phone enough, but I think ultimately it was Blackberry that blew it big time with not committing enough resources to marketing their crucial new product. I mean seriously, how can they be so nonchalant with launching a do-or-die product for them in arguably the most important (or at least highest profile) market? We all know how the market responded to this half-assed effort. I don't think the media had to exaggerate much that it was in fact a poorly handled launch.

    As for today, the CEO went through his talking points, but he was vague and evasive in his answers to very specific and fair questions. I mean in a situation where there is a lot of mistrust for a company that failed to maintain their market share, took their sweet time innovating while other companies ran circles around them (and stealing huge chunks of their customers), you can't really expect the investors at large to have a lot of confidence. I frankly didn't see anything from TH that was truly inspiring to entice a large number of investors, many of whom got burned by RIM in the recent years, to come back.

    I could go and on, but let me just finish that I'm mostly angry at myself for not doing more due diligence and betting on a stock of such a poorly ran company. I really want them to do well, and my own money is riding on it, but I'm not exactly feeling warm and fuzzy about holding this dead stock right now.

    Excuse me now while I throw up a bit...
    03-28-13 03:50 PM
  18. rocdynasty's Avatar
    its just one day.... in the long run you can look and be some what confident that BB will be a great turn around story, its just getting started
    bungaboy likes this.
    03-28-13 03:53 PM
  19. Bugmapper's Avatar
    14.49 EOD, Max Pain. How can they steer with 100M volume?
    If everyone else is holding, then it only takes a small amount to manipulate.

    Posted via CB10 on a BLACK Z10!
    03-28-13 03:55 PM
  20. erodenero's Avatar
    If it makes you feel any better, so have I.
    u lost the urge to have sex with his wife?
    lcjr, peter9477, bungaboy and 2 others like this.
    03-28-13 03:56 PM
  21. Andrew4life's Avatar
    God, I just watched the CNBC interview and that was just painful. The guy just asks the same question over and over again about subscribers. STFU! Shesh!
    No one cares about the falling subscribers!

    Edit:
    LOL! He said "Right now what we are seeing is that whatever we ship into the market sells really quickly."
    except it sounded like: "Whatever we **** into the market sells really quickly"!!
    ROFL!!
    morganplus8 and bungaboy like this.
    03-28-13 03:57 PM
  22. rampagingpanda's Avatar
    I have a few comments about today's disastrous day for us BBRY shareholders, so please indulge me.

    I'm naturally seething with anger at how the stock price had tanked given the largely positive ER, but I'm not entirely sure that it would be logical to blame the system (shorting billions worth of this stock), or the media.

    Instead, I'm afraid that I am blaming the company itself for having incompetent management and lack of any substantial PR efforts. I think it goes without saying that last week's US launch of the Z10 was a fiasco. Sure, we could blame AT&T for not promoting the phone enough, but I think ultimately it was Blackberry that blew it big time with not committing enough resources to marketing their crucial new product. I mean seriously, how can they be so nonchalant with launching a do-or-die product for them in arguably the most important (or at least highest profile) market? We all know how the market responded to this half-assed effort. I don't think the media had to exaggerate much that it was in fact a poorly handled launch.

    As for today, the CEO went through his talking points, but he was vague and evasive in his answers to very specific and fair questions. I mean in a situation where there is a lot of mistrust for a company that failed to maintain their market share, took their sweet time innovating while other companies ran circles around them (and stealing huge chunks of their customers), you can't really expect the investors at large to have a lot of confidence. I frankly didn't see anything from TH that was truly inspiring to entice a large number of investors, many of whom got burned by RIM in the recent years, to come back.

    I could go and on, but let me just finish that I'm mostly angry at myself for not doing more due diligence and betting on a stock of such a poorly ran company. I really want them to do well, and my own money is riding on it, but I'm not exactly feeling warm and fuzzy about holding this dead stock right now.

    Excuse me now while I throw up a bit...
    I don't think I can quite agree with you here. This "incompetent" ceo you are talking about did one **** of a job turning his company around. These numbers are stellar, and reaffirmed that I have placed my trust with the right management team.

    I'm long all the way, if your getting uncomfortable, this might not be the company for you.
    03-28-13 03:57 PM
  23. plasmid_boy's Avatar
    I have a few comments about today's disastrous day for us BBRY shareholders, so please indulge me.

    I'm naturally seething with anger at how the stock price had tanked given the largely positive ER, but I'm not entirely sure that it would be logical to blame the system (shorting billions worth of this stock), or the media.

    Instead, I'm afraid that I am blaming the company itself for having incompetent management and lack of any substantial PR efforts. I think it goes without saying that last week's US launch of the Z10 was a fiasco. Sure, we could blame AT&T for not promoting the phone enough, but I think ultimately it was Blackberry that blew it big time with not committing enough resources to marketing their crucial new product. I mean seriously, how can they be so nonchalant with launching a do-or-die product for them in arguably the most important (or at least highest profile) market? We all know how the market responded to this half-assed effort. I don't think the media had to exaggerate much that it was in fact a poorly handled launch.

    As for today, the CEO went through his talking points, but he was vague and evasive in his answers to very specific and fair questions. I mean in a situation where there is a lot of mistrust for a company that failed to maintain their market share, took their sweet time innovating while other companies ran circles around them (and stealing huge chunks of their customers), you can't really expect the investors at large to have a lot of confidence. I frankly didn't see anything from TH that was truly inspiring to entice a large number of investors, many of whom got burned by RIM in the recent years, to come back.

    I could go and on, but let me just finish that I'm mostly angry at myself for not doing more due diligence and betting on a stock of such a poorly ran company. I really want them to do well, and my own money is riding on it, but I'm not exactly feeling warm and fuzzy about holding this dead stock right now.

    Excuse me now while I throw up a bit...
    The stock dropped less than one percent from yesterday, how is that disastrous today?
    Acumenight and bungaboy like this.
    03-28-13 03:57 PM
  24. Fortyniner's Avatar
    The stock is still making higher lows and higher highs looking at a 3 mo chart.
    03-28-13 04:01 PM
  25. cecilie_cc's Avatar
    I will hold. Biggest owner of BBRY, Prem Watsa's average share price is $17. I don't think he wants to buy another 26m shares to reduce his ASP if share price goes down. So if he with biggest stake does not sell, I will also hold.
    Acumenight likes this.
    03-28-13 04:02 PM
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