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  1. jmacis's Avatar
    BB 10 delayed so rim call find a buyer.


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    06-30-12 05:08 AM
  2. palomartian's Avatar
    BB 10 delayed so rim call find a buyer.


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    That is funny sh*t right there.
    07-01-12 11:09 AM
  3. cgk's Avatar
    Just hit a new low of 7.28 - are we going to see below $7 by the end of the week?
    07-02-12 09:01 AM
  4. aniym's Avatar
    If RIM doesn't announce that they have a buyer by the time the AGM rolls around next week, the stock could go to $3 or worse.
    07-02-12 09:05 AM
  5. new_me222's Avatar
    Do you think they will find a buyer until the Meeting?
    Last edited by new_me222; 07-02-12 at 09:17 AM.
    07-02-12 09:13 AM
  6. NJPhilliesPhan's Avatar
    Stocks are headed to the 1 dollar range without a buyer in sight.
    07-02-12 09:16 AM
  7. dandbj13's Avatar
    I think they are seeking, but not finding. They are probably getting offers for the patents that they find insulting, and are walking away from the table, offended. I don't think RIM has accepted the reality of their new life as a junk stock. (Remember, I admittedly don't know what I'm talking about).
    07-02-12 09:20 AM
  8. anon1727506's Avatar
    2012 Q2 - 2013 Q1 Are all going to see worsening news for RIM. So no $7 is not the bottom.

    Only positive would be a buy out. But that might only be a positive for the Stock, not for the BlackBerry as a device.
    07-02-12 09:26 AM
  9. new_me222's Avatar
    I think they are seeking, but not finding. They are probably getting offers for the patents that they find insulting, and are walking away from the table, offended. I don't think RIM has accepted the reality of their new life as a junk stock. (Remember, I admittedly don't know what I'm talking about).
    I agree with you. They don't really have options and don't want to sell out for close to nothing.

    But the stock is falling and they are doing *absolutely* nothing to stop the fall. JPMorgan and RBC are consulting tough and I thought they will have come up with some fixes, but apparently not. I only see JPM and RBC as buyers. They are just waiting for the stock to fall. How uch is the question. I have a short CFD on RIMM and I don't know when or if i should close it.

    But I also have close to no idea what I'm talking about.
    Last edited by new_me222; 07-02-12 at 09:36 AM.
    07-02-12 09:30 AM
  10. grunt0300's Avatar
    I begged people to short the stock, when it was $16.00, but i guess that nobody listened, out of dumb loyalty. I did short it at $16.00, and bought back at $8.00. What do i know, except that i spent 10 years working on the floor of the American Stock Exchange in N.Y.C.

    As always...MONEY TALKS, and BULLS**T WALKS. Have a nice day.LOL
    07-02-12 09:39 AM
  11. new_me222's Avatar
    Why did you brought back at $8?
    07-02-12 09:42 AM
  12. palomartian's Avatar
    Probably because pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered
    07-02-12 09:57 AM
  13. grunt0300's Avatar
    I bought back at $8.00 because i forgot to change my "buyback" order. I should have changed it to $3.00, but if it gets that low, trading may be suspended, and i wouldn't see my earnings for a while.

    Please explain something to me. Why do people shout out that they support RIMM, by buying a very small amount of their shares? Who are they trying to impress, Crackberry Kevin, or their fellow BB fanatics? Loyalty is to your family, or your country, not a flipping cell phone!!

    Just my opinion, folks.
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    07-02-12 10:11 AM
  14. grunt0300's Avatar
    Here is what i believe to be a good analogy...When the Titanic was sinking, the ship's band kept on playing(this is historical fact). Why did they keep on playing? Not for Mr. Ismay(the ship's owner who escaped in a lifeboat disguised as a woman) nor for the White Star Line. They played on, because they were British, and proud of it!! That, my friends, is the definition of loyalty.
    07-02-12 10:48 AM
  15. dandbj13's Avatar
    Okay, we're barreling towards the 6s. At what point is RIM forced to try and stop the bleeding by making a statement? This is like watching a sporting event. I have a browser window devoted to RIM stock at this point. This thread has become the commentary box of drunken commenters, (the best kind). I keep looking for news reports of some kind of statement from the CEO, the board, or shareholders: anything that acknowledges they see what's happening. Who will blink, first?
    07-02-12 11:06 AM
  16. berklon's Avatar
    Okay, we're barreling towards the 6s. At what point is RIM forced to try and stop the bleeding by making a statement? This is like watching a sporting event. I have a browser window devoted to RIM stock at this point. This thread has become the commentary box of drunken commenters, (the best kind). I keep looking for news reports of some kind of statement from the CEO, the board, or shareholders: anything that acknowledges they see what's happening. Who will blink, first?
    What can RIM say that will stop the bleeding?

    There's nothing positive to talk about, and if they try to spin the negative stuff into something positive - investors just think that RIM is even more clueless, resulting in more sell-offs.

    The ship has a huge hole in it and is taking on water very fast. You either jump ship or you drown. There's no other action that can be taken.
    07-02-12 11:17 AM
  17. new_me222's Avatar
    Aaaaand the stock went up. I honestly do not get it.
    07-02-12 11:29 AM
  18. dandbj13's Avatar
    Disregard my last post. The stock jumped from $7.22 to $7.50 in the time it took me to clear my guts. Now I just have to figure out what just happened to suddenly give people such confidence in the stock. I might just learn something about how this all works before the day is out.
    07-02-12 11:34 AM
  19. dandbj13's Avatar
    It is fluctuating wildly within 20%. We nerdonomic practitioners need an explanation from you real economists.
    07-02-12 11:39 AM
  20. Fuzzballz's Avatar
    I did short it at $16.00, and bought back at $8.00.
    Nice to see somebody making money on RIMM
    07-02-12 12:03 PM
  21. Fuzzballz's Avatar
    It is fluctuating wildly within 20%. We nerdonomic practitioners need an explanation from you real economists.
    It'll go up and down. The real problem is that there wasn't an immediate early-morning bump in trading today. Usually when a stock falls quickly on a Friday, people gather their wits over the weekend and you'll see some folks buy very early on Monday, thinking "the stock can't go any lower." IMHO because you didn't see that this morning is a very bad sign for RIMM's overall value for the next few months at least.

    I think it'll hover between $6 and $9 until the next round of bad news
    07-02-12 12:06 PM
  22. dandbj13's Avatar
    I think it'll hover between $6 and $9 until the next round of bad news
    It's never going to see a five and three singles again. (Nerdonomics 101: Say it with confidence).
    07-02-12 12:21 PM
  23. jd914's Avatar
    Aaaaand the stock went up. I honestly do not get it.
    it when up to a whopping $7.49 it's still at rock bottom.
    07-02-12 12:22 PM
  24. new_me222's Avatar
    ) FaceBook is shorted more than RIMM according to Forbes.
    07-02-12 12:44 PM
  25. bhavi_jp's Avatar
    Didn't I hear that at $12?
    No thank you. Pass...


    Tim
    Sorry guys but I was being sarcastic.
    07-02-12 12:51 PM
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