THANK YOU MR CHEN
I AM BACK WITH BLACKBERRY!
Check out Faucettes downgrade of Blackberry..do your DD ..its lie..he increases estimates vs company guidance to make the downgrade..criminal in intent to screw shareholders
Faucette call ignores the facts..MS is truly corrupt..I will never be their client
in an obvious attempt to aid short sellers after major deals announced
MS have proven time and time again to be a corrupt organization and screws their own clients
no he does not..he is just trying to unwind his friends upside-down position
they have no hope but to rely on James Faucette?..are you kidding me? they are in BIG trouble as the entire world knows this is contrived
SandbaMobile device giant Blackberry (BBRY) may be down (5.6% this afternoon to be exact) but do analysts think it’s out?
Yesterday, shares popped in trading after the company announced the launch of its BES12 device and a partnership with Samsung at its first analyst day in three years. Today, shares haven’t been as stellar in trading, so we turned to the experts to find out what might be going on. Our takeaway: everyone’s maybe possibly perhaps considering possibly being impressed…sort of?
Rod Hall of JP Morgan got right to the point in his note, where he writes, “BlackBerry came out punching yesterday with a slew of new product and services announcements. We came away more positive that the company is executing against a software and services oriented strategy as opposed to the old devices first approach…it’s still a long road to health but Chen and team continue to execute against a plan that makes sense to us and could result in an EMM market leader.”
Mark Sue of RBC Capital gave Blackberry snaps for the new device and its partnership with Samsung, and writes, “BlackBerry is signing a good set of partners and distributors, yet it’s still early days and to be determined whether BES12 can gain share from other EMM vendors.”
Nomura analyst Stuart Jeffrey felt conflicted and writes, “We find ourselves in a difficult spot. We like the product offering and believe that there is a compelling turn-around story ahead of BlackBerry. However, we find it really hard to assess the potential fair value of the stock. We need to spend a bit more time to frame the potential opportunity, but note that the range of potential outcomes appears broad and hard to narrow down. In effect, BlackBerry now offers the same experience as its key rivals on Android and iOS, while offering the extra security capabilities built into the BlackBerry platform. We expect BlackBerry’s share price to continue to run through 2015. We are still struggling to define a reasonable fair value..
folks are really excited about BB's future...stock is going to 20 before Christmas and pumpers will force the shorts out...break even now and very profitable next year
The turn around is now real for the first time in years..not speculation...will ride above the 10 day moving average north for sometime to come and further partnerships will be announced
actually overdue..low gas prices; christmas season retail looks strong
yeah..you know more than he does and you thick CONNs would announce a possible credit slit if they didm't thick they could get the same rates and financing? these guys at CONNS are jerks but they are not stupid and food operators. I agree with the Miss Eyes...someone would be crazy to short this if they are splitting the credit business..a buyout attempt is definitely in the works
Though it’s recently been tightening underwriting standards and improving collections, the delinquent loans forced the company to cut its annual profit forecast last month, sending the shares tumbling 31 percent in a single day.
Conn’s stock could get a boost if the company splits off the credit business and removes the bad loans from its balance sheet, said Scott Tilghman, an analyst at B Riley & Co. in Boston.
“It would smooth things out -- you’d see far less quarter-to-quarter volatility and less concern over the underlying credit metrics,” Tilghman said.