And more the following year.
By 2016-2017, almost all of those sold in 2014 will need to be upgraded, not to mention first time buyers.
It isn't about how many have IPhone and Samsung now, but how many of the above amount will BBRY sell.
By then, they will have models across all price ranges, in every region of the world.
Do the math, 2%, 4%, 10% plus....
Not to mention, BES, and QNX.
This is a growing field.
if Icahn wants to buy Dell (in a dead industry), you don't think smart money is looking at buying this, NOW..
simple answer results and acceptance for bbry are minimal and the sales numbers indicate that.heres the question whats the enterprise value of blackberry,because that the premium over the cash and patent value.pretend you are liller carl what are you offering this week for blackberry,also when do you make the offer,waiting a week should get bbry to single digits or closer to its core value of assets
You certainly don't bid for a company before you first build up a sizable portion. You have to build up a sizable portion in time before some other activist that aready has some decent number of shares might accidently spark a short squeeze before you make a bid. This is only common sense.
We may have been seeing ever since open of regular market hours Friday, an orderly short covering, and orderly large scale accumulation under the radar, or both along with the usual panic selling longs allowing the shares to be grabbed up by a big fish or so.