i'm buying a new bmw m5 with bbry money.
the thing is there were a few bids during the bad time, but the pcuker rejected many offers above ten bucks because he did not want to lose money and warren buffet fantasy.
watsa says, "oh i can't lose money on my investment, i suppose to be warren buffet of canada."
so, watsa will make the profits between .25 - .75 a share.
this ugly indian wanted to buy bbry @ $9.
what a modher pcuker.
Although BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY) is not being purchased by Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) today, and at least not for $15 per share, we learn that there have been multiple rejected offers recently.
It is very curious that John Chen has made flirtatious comments about not selling BlackBerry, or not even answering his phone unless he hears $100 per share. Moreover Chen is now 99% sure that BlackBerry will survive.
What I would really like to know is who were the other offers from and for how much? We may find out as early as tomorrow.
A big news organization like Reuters is not going to release a sourced article without vetting the information first. Reuters claims to have seen official documents for this offer, and has since reiterated the story even further. So, it appears a buyout offer did occur from Samsung and it was rejected by BlackBerry.
Investors would be well advised to consider putting in a floor for BBRY at $15 per share. There have been many comments by steadfast BlackBerry longs complaining that $15 per share is too low and is only marginally above a cash and patent value for the company.
To add some additional perspective, it is well known that BlackBerry suffers from bad consumer perception and has virtually no marketing to this group. Even though the consumer group is not BlackBerry's focus, it always gets tied into it since consumers used the company's handsets in the past. Sometimes these negative comments are made by consumers that have never used a BB10 device. BlackBerry phones are not typically sold at mall kiosks, at least not in North America. This will always skew general consumer perception of what is really going on with BlackBerry.
So what is really going on? The short answer is lots of positive developments, and any astute investor knows this. For example, consider that BlackBerry has close to 6M EZ Passes out there on trial. Forget the rumors and concerns over conversions - there will be conversions in the millions, which far exceeds all the competitive MDM customers combined. This alone adds immense value to BlackBerry, and will work as a combined offer for their handsets. I work at a financial institution, and I am seeing more and more BB10's in use each day. My point here is that this is the core group of BlackBerry's customers, and they aren't going anywhere. In fact, the winds are pointing toward an increased market share in this group creating a viable business for BlackBerry. Productivity really opens up with BlackBerry Blend, BBM Meetings and connectivity from vehicles linked in via QNX. I honestly can't wait to be auto-joined to a meeting hands free while commuting in traffic, or running a meeting and sharing files via my BB10 device.
When you minus out cash and simply look at patents, IoT, QNX and BBM can you honestly sit back and say all these things are only worth $4B compared to other tech valuations we have seen? All of these products lines are growing, and the patents could be licensed in the near future. We might even see Samsung devices for enterprise have a BB10 option. When short interest is over 20% and you have analysts who are making comments while preparing to IPO a BlackBerry competitor, it is advisable to read between the lines. Investors have some interesting lines to digest today as there wouldn't have been multiple offers without value. If this was any other company but BlackBerry, you would see a floor well above $15 all else being equal.
In fact, if Chen and the BoD thought that $15 per share was a good deal this real news, not a rumor, would have been accepted by the BoD and brought to a vote. BlackBerry longs can expect more then $15 per share in the future.
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you cannot slip tonight, but you will see that you was right.
listen the uncle guru.
time has not come yet.
dawn is 6 am, it's 4:30 am now.
be patient to survive and be a winner.
buy what ever oil company, including sdrl when oil price hits sub $30.
truly from my heart.
finally lqmt will shine bling bling and fly to $2 like a brillant analyst noted in this morning.
$7 in wed or thu.
$5 or $4 by feb.
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