Monrio is actually Blue Alias, which of course is his 'blue' alias. He actually lives right next to the RMF'D plant, not the safest of neighborhoods, but certainly not Mexico.
Of course that 4% is mostly taken by the 99th percentile, leaving essentially nothing for the Lower 98%
It's good to be king.
That leaves 80% for the next .9999% and 4% for the Lower 99%
Ebony...and Ivory...together again.
Clearly this stock has turned some of the stuckholders into crazed, wild eyed sheeple.
A quick look at the NOK lows gives some clues for what's in store with BBRY. Certainly not yet priced as if it is going out of business. Somewhere down in the $2B market cap range, it is at a reasonable discounted value.
With the buyout off the table, a shareholder now is investing in whatever the company can do with BBM and it's patents. If they can make an android handset which provides security, that might be a winner, but their OS seems toast.
Seems fitting, as Walmart itself is doing that very thing.
As we slowly return to a landed aristocracy, it's helpful to recall that allowing the Upper 1% to take 95% of all assets is the system which:
A. Existed in Europe and other Kingdoms
B. Exists in the US today
The middle class was the best thing which ever happened to capitalism, enabling a wider variety of economic choices, which strengthened capitalism.
But the problem with the Middle Class is that they take from the economic pie, and the Upper 1% want all of it.
It would be unusual to have two Vice Presidents at the same time, and who should Democrats have run for President?
How about Michael Moore?
btw, I have no objection to all your analysis. Lots of good detail.
What I'm suggesting is to step back and consider whether it will ever add up to anything meaningful.
I think that the only thing that really changes the strategy is to change the board and mgt, and there is just no sign of that on the horizon.
If it keeps up like this, then SWKS maybe buys RMF'D or there is some merger, as it's just not clear the TAM is big enough to support 4 competitors. Assuming one considers ANAD a competitor. :)
Actually, RMF'D is Red and virtually all other stocks are Green
Been that way for the past DECADE, but I guess sheeple hope is eternal.
In 13 years, BBRY has gained more than RMF'D, AND THEY ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
I like intc at the moment.
Unlike the stuckholding RMF'D permabull sheeple pumpmonkeys on this board, I move from stock to stock.
It's called investing. Try it some time. It's fun.
It's fine to disagree with everything I say, but don't continue to argue with the market.
Note the red nature of the stock when virtually all others are green.
don't be contrary