What I know, Gregory, is that value of a stock last week or last year means nothing when looking at tomorrow. How do the people who sold AAPL at $7.00 feel? How do the people who bought AAPL at $624 feel? Probably the same as those who bought RIMM at $30. Come on, you can do better than an irrelevant "What was the price last week" argument.
Oh, and no, the news at Blackberry World does not rise to the price action we're seeing this week. Plus, explain to me where all the volume is this week. If Blackberry World was such a disaster where are all panicked sellers rushing to the exits? This stock has had periods where voume was three times as high as this week and the price action was smaller.
Everyone of your responses is a typical Rimtardian reason. But this one takes the cake:
<14) Consumers are stupid for only so long>
Calling the people that you want to win over "stupid".
Consumers are the smartest people on earth when it comes to opening their wallets. The PlayBook Fire Sale said it all.
<Tell us, what are the key differences in iOS and QNX/BB 10 douche?>
1. Apple introduced a developer kit BEFORE the updated operating system was released. No promises.
2. 600,000 apps and counting.
5. It is based on UNIX, therefore will eventually replace Apple's OS X on desktops
6. Doesn't need a car battery
7. iPod Your Car has been a desired feature for consumers for a decade
8. Gazillion downloads
9. Apple is now the symbol of innovtion
10. BB10 is five years too late
11. Mechanical keyboard devices are obsolete
12. iOS is being employed in enterprise, replacing BlackBerries
13. iOS is polished and constantly adding features (not fixing issues)
14. iOS is the Gold Standard
15. Consumers are locked into iOS and will not give up iTunes for an OS that may not exist in 2013.
<Like that .92 MP camera in the New iPad hey duffus?? 1995 stuff there!>
Consumers, like Apple, believe that a .92MP camera on a 10" tablet is not important.
Why did RIM buy an OS that was built to run on a car battery?