The limited number of outstanding shares is the common denominator among stocks that are priced in the hundreds of dollars per share - some of these are: LNKD, PCLN, GOOG, MA, NFLX and AAPL.
It is just a matter of time but once sales information is released institutions would be grabbing every available shares. Look at the volume of call options for March 13 and April 13. Someone is loading up on out of the money calls up to $31.
They just launched barely 3 weeks ago in U.K. , later Canada, then UAE. Now Saudi Arabia (where sales have been explosive) and next week in India .... that is 'growing the business' ... I cannot believe the LACK OF PATIENCE from the RIM Bashers .... do yourself a favour, cover your shorts and start buying long before you pay a HEFTY PRICE for a ROSY CONSENSUS (Warren Buffett) ... he knows a few things about buying stocks long and holding ..
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Based on the report by Intel the conclusion found on page 56 is as followes:
1) Only RTOS to support choice of AMP, SMP, and BMP
2) BMP greatly simplifies migration of uniprocessor-based software
3) Only RTOS to support secure partitioning across multiple cores
The last part is the feature that businesses are so interested in - SECURITY
The only chance for BB to survive i s if they
change their product-NO more Blackberry phones
better to switch to Berries plants,much healthier and is
a big demand in a grocery department...
Good luck pumpers (I ment losers)
Monday another Black trade for BB
I tried searching for mobile OS that would take advantage of multicore processor - the only result I got was QNX. This study done in collaboration with Intel available in pdf file online from Intel website. I am not sure if there is another OS capable but Anroid and Apple iOS were not mentioned. Intel was even saying that Anroid latest version is not ready for multicore. So if QNX is the only one then it will be the new paradigm and other phone manufacturers like Samsung would be interested in it.
Any stock with a billion or less outstanding shares goes through volatility often compared to those with 2 or more billion shares. It was foolish of me to hold on to my 2500 shares of PCLN even after the company declared a 1:6 reverse split in 2003. Now 97% of PCLN shares are held by institutions. 420 shares is still in my roth ira. That was really a foolish move on my part. Would you like to know what other foolish bs stocks I have?