1. smokn05's Avatar
    Man has RIM been tanking hard or what! A few weeks ago when I started to follow it, shares were $130USD and now they are $99!! Down 7% today alone. Makes me want to stock up prior to the ATT Bold release.

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    09-08-08 01:23 PM
  2. sunkast's Avatar
    Just discussing this with a friend. These delays on updates is killing business I think.
    09-08-08 01:27 PM
  3. smokn05's Avatar
    Good time to buy though! :-)

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    09-08-08 01:43 PM
  4. sleepydumbdude's Avatar
    That Mad Money guy said it would be good to invest in now a few weeks ago on his show. Too bad I'm poor. :P
    09-08-08 01:55 PM
  5. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Reuters) - Blackberry maker RIM
    was the biggest winner in a slowing smartphone market in the second
    quarter, roughly doubling its market share from a year ago to 17.4
    , research firm Gartner said on Monday. The market was
    still dominated by Finland's Nokia Oyj , which sold 15.3 million
    phones with capabilities like e-mail and navigation, giving it a
    47.5 percent share. But this was down from 50.8 percent a year ago
    as competition intensified in the consumer smartphone market.
    "RIM continued to execute well at the consumer level, increasing
    its global market reach,"
    Gartner analyst Roberta Cozza said in a
    statement. Research In Motion Ltd (RIM) sold 5.6 million
    smartphones in April through June, up from 2.5 million a year ago,
    as it found new clients beyond its main business market. "In the
    second half of the year, the company is expected to launch
    smartphones based on new (designs) ... which are necessary to keep
    pace with the competition at the consumer level," she said. ...
    This is the kind of news that will keep Research In Motion on top of the heap.

    RIMM is not alone, all the industrials are suffering.

    Is this a good time to buy? Hummm....

    (Unqualified investment advise is worth exactly what you pay for it. )
    09-08-08 01:57 PM