Look at the ridiculous valuations that should start sending alarm bells that not all is well. They are now saying 30x 2010 earnings doesn't that so sound like 2000:
Not everyone is maintaining high hopes for the shares. Michael Walkley of Piper Jaffray raised his price target from $95 to $137 Wednesday while maintaining his market perform, or neutral, rating on the stock. In a note to clients, Walkley said his target represented a multiple of 30 times his earnings estimates for the 2010 fiscal year, which he said "is above comparable companies due to our expectations of RIM's much stronger EPS growth rate versus our coverage universe."