Strongly disagree, if you don't think management is acting for the best interest of the company, and her shareholders, then you should sell your shares. Blackberry has done a fine job of supporting, but not pumping the share price. shares have risen from 6 dollars, and long term investors will be rewarded with share price appreciation when most least expect it, not when so called longs demand it.
Yup, they owe these short-sighted longs nothing. If you don't believe in the path the company is taking or his "wacky predictions" then it's very simple: sell your shares. share price will take care of it's self after a couple postive earnings reports. it's a very simple buy and hold at this level.
He does not need to do anything until earnings announcement- he has already told you that they are going to be good without saying so explicitly. Got to read between the lines with this German- he's nobody's fool.
How do you round up to 200,000 when sales are not that great. After an initial burst, Z10 sales have disappeared here in Chicago. Customers are being told upfront about lack of apps, battery life and camera issues. The returns were just too high.