Morgan Stanley’s Ehud Gelblum is the more bearish of the two, with an Underweight rating and $7 price target. Gelblum writes that the stock is “un-investable” for the near term, given BB10’s slim chance of becoming a viable third operating system and his belief that the company’s relatively robust fiscal second quarter was a blip, rather than the start of a trend.
So you have one analyst from Morgan Stanley saying the company is "un-investible" while another one from National Bank Financial goes on CNBC and pumps it as a $25 stock. The quote was from National Bank's Kris Thompson: "“It's more of a go-with-the-flow call. We're following the money,” said Thompson, who underscored that his call was not based on fundamentals,""
Not based on fundmentals??? Is "let's buy because everyone else is" a sound investment strategy?
Let's be clear. RIM will disappoint, it's not a matter of if - it's when. We're all witnessing what a dead cat looks like when it bounces.
Hahaha why do these people get paid. When will he loose his job at 100% wrong or 200% wrong or 400% wrong it is so funny.
Of course they will be another ecosystem. The carriers will make it so and have a handset manufacturer on their side - not apple who has pillaged them! Watch my fine feathered friend. Watch very very carefully, you might miss the 400% rise. ;)