The greed has gotten hold of those couple of shorts, evidenced by desperate short sight articles published in SA.
I guess I am greed too by going long since yesterday after I covered my short position since $60. Now my sight is at June production ramp up, at the general easing of price, at the effect of Chinese strict environmental laws on the price of REE, and at the significant price hike at the end of this year.
I go long one and two years.
BTW, Seeking Alpha is really sick!
It is indeed. It even is afraid of freedom of speech on its own comment board, and it allows only those comments which suit their purpose to appear in the board.
I just wrote and ask it to unsubscribe me!
Its behavior makes me sick!
According to some Wall Street Analysts, Blackberry has no sales, absolutely no sales in the United States of Moon, and the Federation of Mars. As a matter of fact, the sales are actually in the negative territory that most residents in the moon and mars have got refunds for no reason.
As a result, share of the company has fell about 6% while the accounts of the analysts have seen about 6% of increase.
Yahoo does not allow me wo paste either vernacular Chinese text or google translation.
What a stupid company has yahoo become, worse than Communist People's daily
I don't know why yahoo delete it
Has anyone else noticed that the price of call options has been lowered significantly after 4Q release. I bought lots of Jun, Sep and Jan 15 and 16 calls before 4Q release when the share prices were about $13 by average, and now my options' break even price by average has risen to correspond to about $14.2 share price.
I don't think time factor is a significant issue here. How could call premium drop suddenly after 4Q release? Does anyone has answer to this?
bumper their and here no more. With BBRY back to profitability with strong cash reserve, let the case settle, either long or short.
Now longs can sleep well, go back to normality and on vacation as the share price will appreciate in its own course!
Shorts, I don't care what you are going to do, its completely your own business.
What a great come back story for Blackberry! Blackberry is in black and getting more profitability quarter after quarter starting from previous 4th Q.
What better situation you have expected !
Ignore wall street short pigs, they are on way to slaughter house, maybe not today, tomorrow, but definitely in the future!
Talking this #$%$, and talking that carp, give me a break!
To be very successful, Blackberry needs only 5% market shares not 40% something for Apple and 50% something for Samsung.
So what do these low low reports mean: "no welcome mat at AT&T stores", "no lining up," bla, bla and bla?
If people are lining up in AT&T stores for BB10 Z, there would have been no Apple and Samsung (both have to be bankrupted in order to make that a reality!), and the share of bbry would be siting in number of today's Apple or even higher!
Whoever created and believed such low low #$%$ stories are certainly equivalent to an insult to themselves!
I have quietly laughed seeing those stupid shorts are so stubborn and ill fated while my long position get ever longer.
I am patiently waiting that 100 million plus transaction and a few bucks up day regardless of next Thursday, or mid of this year, or later this year.
I like to see London Whales exposed and laughed at!
Surprise! Google chairman Eric Schmidt uses.. a BlackBerry
He likes the keyboard - even though Android alternatives are available. Schmidt also spoke on whether Android and ChromeOS will merge: 'not for a long time'
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 21 March 2013 15.55 GMT
Google's Eric Schmidt: not using Google's software on his mobile phone. Photograph: Paul Sakuma/AP
Who's the person you'd least expect to discover is a BlackBerry user? How about the executive chairman of the company whose software has been crucial in eroding the Canadian company's position in the consumer market?
That's right: Eric Schmidt uses a BlackBerry. Why? He likes the keyboard, he says. One could question why Schmidt uses a BlackBerry: there are Android phones you can buy now! which offer a keyboard. Here's the Samsung Replenish in the US - though it reminds us of another make (can't think which just now) and only runs Gingerbread 2.3 - you know, from December 2010. Still, the reviews are good. (Plenty more here: tick the "QWERTY keyboard" box under "Style" on the left margin.)
What's more, he thinks that Apple's iPad mini - the "small tablet" format that Google and Amazon have both made popular through their Nexus and Kindle Fire offerings - is "too small" compared to the large-format iPad.
Schmidt was speaking in an interview with Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor-in-chief, in India at the Activate conference earlier on Thursday.
That people at the top of Google don't always eat their own dogfood isn't necessarily a surprise: even when he was chief executive of Google in 2009, Schmdt was spotted using a BlackBerry - and once more in 2011.
And Marissa Mayer, who was one of the most senior executives at Google before she left to join Yahoo in July 2012, was famously an iPhone user - as evidenced by her tweets and various photos.
Equally, pictures from inside Google frequently shows its engineers and staff working on Apple laptops, even after Google had launched its Chromebook - though we await more recent ones from inside the Googleplex following the launch of the Chromebook Pixel with its high-DPI screen.
And the non-dogfooding ocurs elsewhere too - Steve Sinofsky, the former head of Microsoft's Windows team who's since left the company, had to defend his use of an iPhone (apparently he's owned every model - something he managed to keep quiet while around Steve Ballmer).
The only way to top that lot might be if Andy Rubin were to be spotted using a Nokia Lumia running Windows Phone. We won't hold our breath, though.
• Asked whether Android and ChromeOS will be merged now that Sundar Pichai (head of ChromeOS) has taken over from Andy Rubin, Schmidt responded that "No, we don't make the decision based on who's heading the service." He also said that they are "certainly going to remain separate for a very long time, because they solve different problems."
That isn't quite a denial of what he said in 2011 - that the two would merge over time - but it seems like a clear rebuttal of the idea that Pichai would lead an immediate integration. Then again, integrating a mobile operating system built to hook into apps, and a desktop one built around a browser, is quite a challenge.
You guys have been warned. If you are really risk taking type, don't trust Wall Street simplified valuation of common share price of about $10 a piece for Fnam, which is a #$%$.
How about I show you I have sod 60K shares of fnma, and bet $10,000 dollars with you. If I did sell 60k shares, and you give me 10,000 bucks and vice versa?
First of all, I have sold my huge position for huge profit today, why?
Since I hate crooked WS. If you are around in this message board for sometime, you would know I have been long fnma for years and have traded multiple times. At today price (for simplicity sake, take 0.92 as example), the market cap of Fannie has reach $67 billion dollars (at price of 0.92, mc is about 6.8 billion, considering about 90% preferred and if that has fully converted into commons such as the case with AIG and C, that will give a market cap of Fannies of well over $67 billions.
Well, by July 13, 2008, Fannie Mae's market cap was about $10.1 billion (you can google it)
Now you make your own conclusion. Do your own dd before you take any action!
Morgan Stanley raises BlackBerry (Nasdaq: BBRY) two-notches from Underweight to Overweight, boosting its price target from $10 up to $22.
Analyst Ehud Gelblum sees a mix-shift at BlackBerry lifting margins and average selling prices (ASPs) even with a lower service attach rate.
Gelblum also suspects that there might be a place in the market for mid-range companies, as names like LG and Samsung are also looking at alternative mobile OS strategies.
BlackBerry is still probably selling its BB10 OS to existing BB7 users. Gelblum said it was unlikely that BlackBerry would be a strong enough operating system to take third place globally.
Currently about 10 analysts have BlackBerry at Buy, 26 at Neutral, and 21 with a Sell-equivalent rating. The Street's average price target ahead of this recent boost was $12.
Shares of BlackBerry are higher in early trading Wednesday, up about 6.5 percent.
For an analyst ratings summary and ratings history on BlackBerry click here. For more ratings news on BlackBerry click here.
Shares of BlackBerry closed at $15.03 yesterday, with a 52 week range of $12.55 to $17.22.