View Poll Results: Did you buy shares ?

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  • Yes, I'm acting now !

    693 62.66%
  • No

    413 37.34%
  1. Bugmapper's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    Nope, usually "investors" are not stupid - but 20 year old day traders that have been given money to manage can be very stupid.
    04-26-13 08:52 AM
  2. lcjr's Avatar
    Like I keep on saying the US exchanges can not handle or wants to live in a democractic world that is free and open. It seems very obvious to anyone who is able to think on their own to understand the US HATES free and OPEN markets. It's time to leave the US exchance to a more open and free market. There is a reason why money continues to leave the US exchanges/US markets . This leaving of money has forced the US to print money like a banana republic or third world country. Blackberry and other companies have to ask themselves do they want to stay on an exchange that HATES the free and open markets?
    We could ask the same question we ask those that burn our Flag and scream how bad it is here; Why are you here then?? Go someplace else you feel is better suited for your individual needs.
    04-26-13 08:53 AM
  3. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Very real, its a huge department store on Oxford St, very upmarket like Harrods and they tweeted that picture from their Twitter account.

    James Richardson from the CrackBerry team is also there so he will probably put up a blog posting about the launch also.

    Nice to wake up and see that plus the 1600 BB10 devices from Clifford Chance, just wondering if they will be a mixture of devices or all Q10
    And ... they were sold out in a few hours ! ... rally ... rally ... rally ... I want my friday rally !!!!
    http://forums.crackberry.com/news-ru...ps-q10-800238/
    04-26-13 08:55 AM
  4. mrfreetruth's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    This is how short selling MANIPULATES the FREE and OPEN MARKET. I put out a WE BELIEVE articles and hit the sell side by SHORTING or selling shares I DO NOT OWN. The Sp lowers and scared other investors. Then day traders sell and then stops get hit. This is obviously not a free market and everyone knows it.
    bungaboy and m0de25 like this.
    04-26-13 08:57 AM
  5. rocdynasty's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    i think the case now is, everyone knows the news is bogus. but we have all seen the damage it can do on one day. so if you have some profits, why not cash some out.
    04-26-13 08:57 AM
  6. jacmeister68's Avatar
    And ... they were sold out in a few hours ! ... rally ... rally ... rally ... I want my friday rally !!!!
    http://forums.crackberry.com/news-ru...ps-q10-800238/
    WOW sold out all the phones by lunchtime, blimey !! thats awesome news that should be on the front page of CB
    bungaboy likes this.
    04-26-13 09:01 AM
  7. lcjr's Avatar
    Good morning all. Got my coffee and ready to see what today brings. By the way, did anybody besides me anticipate some type of ceremonial launch for the Q10? Nothing big, but I was hoping there was more than what's not happening now. Anyway, good to see people buying up those Q10s, but they better save me a white one.
    04-26-13 09:01 AM
  8. cjcampbell's Avatar
    This is how short selling MANIPULATES the FREE and OPEN MARKET. I put out a WE BELIEVE articles and hit the sell side by SHORTING or selling shares I DO NOT OWN. The Sp lowers and scared other investors. Then day traders sell and then stops get hit. This is obviously not a free market and everyone knows it.
    Dude... we get it. Enough is enough with these rants. I'm sorry but day in and day out with the same thing is becoming quite tiresome and is adding nothing to the conversation. I'd love to read your posts but this subject matter has gotten old.
    04-26-13 09:02 AM
  9. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    That's the zero-risk policy. Remember they have thousands stocks to play with. Unless (until) they get a clear picture, most traders (not investors) will play the "on news" thing. That's just the way it is and why I try to remind those of us still surpised by this behaviour that they cannot predict a nonsensical dive/bump. Therefore the long hault is a safer place. More experienced people will try to optimize their investments with valleys and mountains, but one has to know his limits. Mine are under average. I've bought what my savings could afford, now I watch the movie until we all get crazy 100's; this might take a while (count in years) ... but I know that, from day 1.
    bungaboy and BlackistheBerry like this.
    04-26-13 09:02 AM
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    04-26-13 09:04 AM
  11. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Dude... we get it. Enough is enough with these rants. I'm sorry but day in and day out with the same thing is becoming quite tiresome and is adding nothing to the conversation. I'd love to read your posts but this subject matter has gotten old.
    Like & thanks.
    Was about to do the same.
    1 rant a day keeps the friendship away ...
    04-26-13 09:05 AM
  12. bungaboy's Avatar
    See the camera in the background? I think it is a movie theater line
    Don't think. Right below the "Pay Here" sign is a picture of the Q10.
    Charles Martin1 likes this.
    04-26-13 09:07 AM
  13. bungaboy's Avatar
    Can someone post the pic here?
    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-bixfoudccaan-p1.jpg
    q649 likes this.
    04-26-13 09:09 AM
  14. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    There's a small number of deep pocket manipulaters leading the charge on this.
    bungaboy and zyben like this.
    04-26-13 09:15 AM
  15. take99's Avatar
    Great review iphone 5 owner


    The Blackberry Q10 proves QWERTY phones aren't dead

    Carly Page | The Inquirer | 26 April 2013 | 14:56

    Long live the physical keyboard
    BEFORE THE COMPANY formerly known as Research in Motion (RIM) released its Blackberry 10 mobile operating system, I opined that Blackberry hadn't innovated enough to succeed.
    I wrote that the company was wrong to completely overhaul its Blackberry mobile operating system, and I went on to moan that the firm was unlikely to succeed if this was all it had up its sleeve.
    Rereading my rant, I spotted a few sensible words at the bottom. Here are my words: "[Blackberry] needs to focus on becoming, once again, the number one choice for enterprise users and for those after a phone with a great physical keypad."
    I continued, "Instead, it's going after the wrong audience, consumers who are already drooling over the latest Samsung flagship or avidly reading up on the rumoured specifications of the next Apple iPhone."
    This week, I received a Blackberry Q10 to review, and after a couple of days with the phone I felt like the firm had sent me the handset to prove my previous thoughts wrong. As you can see from our Blackberry Q10 review, the handset is easily the best smartphone that the Canadian phone maker has released in years, and in terms of features and performance it matched the HTC One and Sony Xperia Z.
    It even outperformed its Blackberry Z10 sibling, which apparently hasn't exactly been flying off the shelves since its release earlier this year.
    As well as proving me wrong in my view that Blackberry 10 would be doomed on arrival, the Blackberry Q10 also proves another point, that the QWERTY keyboard phone is far from dead.
    This is a odd claim for the owner of an iPhone 5, I know, but with the Blackberry Q10 the firm has put some doubts in my mind as to why there are not more QWERTY handsets on the market. Sure, there are affordable keyboard phones aimed at kids and Facebook obsessed teens, such as the Nokia Asha 210, but why are there no high specification QWERTY keyboard phones available?
    We all use QWERTY keyboards daily, tapping on our laptops, PCs or touchscreen smartphones, so why aren't phone manufacturers trying to push more miniature physical keyboards into our hands? Although I'm now skilled at typing on a touchscreen, albeit dodging the odd autocorrect slipup, I found that the keyboard on the Blackberry Q10 - just like those on previous Blackberry handsets - made for faster, more accurate typing.
    Yes, squeezing a physical keyboard onto a device does mean that you have to make do with a smaller touchscreen, and the Blackberry Q10 isn't exactly featherlight, but that's where tablets come in. The demand for tablets isn't slowing down, and I've just stumbled across a report that claims a third of Americans now own a tablet, despite the fact that tablets have only existed for a few years. While using the Blackberry Q10, I've been turning to the iPad for web browsing and viewing videos, and I'm sure that a lot of other people who own touchscreen smartphones do the same thing.
    I'd love for Nokia to unwrap a high-end QWERTY handset at its Windows Phone 8 launch event next week, and it would be great if Samsung were to announce a downsized Galaxy S4 with a physical keyboard, but that isn't going to happen. Not any time soon, at least.
    That's why, along with QWERTY keyboard phones, Blackberry isn't dead yet either. With other phone makers avoiding physical keyboards as if they were a thing of the 90s, Blackberry essentially has its own market with the release of the Blackberry Q10, the only high-end QWERTY smartphone that will be available in shops this summer.
    There's a reason why we all still use QWERTY layout keyboards daily, and that's why Blackberry has got it so right.
    04-26-13 09:16 AM
  16. matthewriedle's Avatar
    Like & thanks.
    Was about to do the same.
    1 rant a day keeps the friendship away ...
    Not to mention the rant doesn't even make sense. He is saying that the US market is *not Free* and arguing at the same time that certain people shouldn't be allowed to do things. (ie: arguing for increased restrictions)



    Consistency FTL
    lcjr and joe.miller like this.
    04-26-13 09:18 AM
  17. bungaboy's Avatar
    I just don't get this. Investors aren't stupid. By now, it should be clear to investors that most news is fake or bogus or misleading. But still..investors seem to be pressing SELL button as soon as some bogus news hits the wire. Just defies commonsense. If I was a big investor, I'd learn after 2 (maybe 3) instances of fake-news. But BBRY investors tend to sell at every instance fake-news. How does that even work?!
    Computers just doing what they are told to do.
    04-26-13 09:20 AM
  18. Tinomane's Avatar
    Q10's going for a grand on ebay right now.
    cjcampbell likes this.
    04-26-13 09:20 AM
  19. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    Are there any media outlets covering the lineups???? I've googled but have found nothing just saturated with garbage. Sun is even covering the porn thing...disappointing.
    bungaboy likes this.
    04-26-13 09:20 AM
  20. Tinomane's Avatar
    Are there any media outlets covering the lineups???? I've googled but have found nothing just saturated with garbage. Sun is even covering the porn thing...disappointing.
    No way. That would mean they would have to leave their climate controlled offices. Much easier just to copy/paste blog rumors and call it an article.
    Charles Martin1, bungaboy and lcjr like this.
    04-26-13 09:23 AM
  21. morganplus8's Avatar
    Research in Motion Ltd
    Symbol C : BB
    Shares Issued 524,159,844
    Close 2013-04-25 C$ 15.15
    Recent Sedar Documents

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    Globe says Pengrowth, others worth considering

    2013-04-26 07:07 ET - In the News

    See In the News (C-PGF) Pengrowth Energy Corp

    The Globe and Mail attempts to search out bargain stocks in its Friday, April 26, edition. The Globe's Ian McGugan writes in the Trading Desk column that with earnings estimates down and markets unsure of their direction, it is time to look at what is cheap. Mr. McGugan employed the services of CPMS Morningstar Canada consultant Craig McGee to help find value buys. Mr. McGee looked for firms that are cheap compared to their book values and their tangible book values. Mr. McGugan explains that book value is the difference between a firm's assets and liabilities. Tangible book is a more restrictive gauge that excludes intangible assets, such as trademarks and goodwill. To make the grade, firms had to be trading at low prices compared to their cash flows. To avoid quickly deteriorating stocks, Mr. McGee ruled out shares on which analysts have recently slashed estimates. Only companies with a market capitalization greater than $200-million were considered. The picks had to have a current ratio (current assets divided by current liabilities) greater than one. Potential bargain stocks are Pengrowth Energy, Primary Energy Recycling, Research in Motion, Suncor Energy and TransGlobe Energy.
    04-26-13 09:26 AM
  22. onvisa's Avatar
    All this negative stories by so called analyst, i think they should be writing for the enquirer and Now Magazzine,celebrity magazzine , UFO magazzine and of course the Farm magazzine where all the manure is lol.
    With this all negative blackberry stock is still going up.
    bungaboy likes this.
    04-26-13 09:27 AM
  23. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    The volume is actually quite low today. Perhaps Monday will prove to be a better day. I just hope that there isn't another take down today.
    04-26-13 09:32 AM
  24. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    Research in Motion Ltd
    Symbol C : BB
    Shares Issued 524,159,844
    Close 2013-04-25 C$ 15.15
    Recent Sedar Documents

    View Original Document

    Globe says Pengrowth, others worth considering

    2013-04-26 07:07 ET - In the News

    See In the News (C-PGF) Pengrowth Energy Corp

    The Globe and Mail attempts to search out bargain stocks in its Friday, April 26, edition. The Globe's Ian McGugan writes in the Trading Desk column that with earnings estimates down and markets unsure of their direction, it is time to look at what is cheap. Mr. McGugan employed the services of CPMS Morningstar Canada consultant Craig McGee to help find value buys. Mr. McGee looked for firms that are cheap compared to their book values and their tangible book values. Mr. McGugan explains that book value is the difference between a firm's assets and liabilities. Tangible book is a more restrictive gauge that excludes intangible assets, such as trademarks and goodwill. To make the grade, firms had to be trading at low prices compared to their cash flows. To avoid quickly deteriorating stocks, Mr. McGee ruled out shares on which analysts have recently slashed estimates. Only companies with a market capitalization greater than $200-million were considered. The picks had to have a current ratio (current assets divided by current liabilities) greater than one. Potential bargain stocks are Pengrowth Energy, Primary Energy Recycling, Research in Motion, Suncor Energy and TransGlobe Energy.
    Nice. I actually own three of those.
    04-26-13 09:33 AM
  25. bungaboy's Avatar
    Research in Motion Ltd
    Symbol C : BB
    Shares Issued 524,159,844
    Close 2013-04-25 C$ 15.15
    Recent Sedar Documents

    View Original Document

    Globe says Pengrowth, others worth considering

    2013-04-26 07:07 ET - In the News

    See In the News (C-PGF) Pengrowth Energy Corp

    The Globe and Mail attempts to search out bargain stocks in its Friday, April 26, edition. The Globe's Ian McGugan writes in the Trading Desk column that with earnings estimates down and markets unsure of their direction, it is time to look at what is cheap. Mr. McGugan employed the services of CPMS Morningstar Canada consultant Craig McGee to help find value buys. Mr. McGee looked for firms that are cheap compared to their book values and their tangible book values. Mr. McGugan explains that book value is the difference between a firm's assets and liabilities. Tangible book is a more restrictive gauge that excludes intangible assets, such as trademarks and goodwill. To make the grade, firms had to be trading at low prices compared to their cash flows. To avoid quickly deteriorating stocks, Mr. McGee ruled out shares on which analysts have recently slashed estimates. Only companies with a market capitalization greater than $200-million were considered. The picks had to have a current ratio (current assets divided by current liabilities) greater than one. Potential bargain stocks are Pengrowth Energy, Primary Energy Recycling, Research in Motion, Suncor Energy and TransGlobe Energy.
    Thanks M=8. Saw that last night.

    I have a ton of Pengrowth Energy. Started buying at $8.5 and chased it down to $4.94. Avg at $6.38. I have a long way to go yet. LoL I will buy more if it goes below $4.90 again.
    morganplus8 and Shanerredflag like this.
    04-26-13 09:34 AM
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