I can see by your statement and investing strategy that you have no clue in what you're doing..
I recommend, you should stay out of the market and consider how to end your miserable existence.
Suicide is way to drastic and it may hurt the only person who really give a #$%$ about you..
Funny my chart says.. going down to $98.65
You sure you know how to read charts.
Does American Consumer really care.. It's the great apple magic trick.. keep the dumb, dumber.
"...When Apple earns a dollar, it goes on the world's most famous tax-free vacation.
Let's take, for example, the first dollar from an iPhone sold in China. That buck flies to an Apple subsidiary in Ireland. From there, it'll take a round-trip to the Netherlands and back, this time to a second Irish subsidiary. Finally, the dollar will cross the Atlantic to land in a tropical island in the Caribbean, where it will reside, outside the glare of U.S. tax law, in the shade of a tax haven.
The Ireland-Netherlands-Ireland-Bermuda tour is a familiar globe trot for dollars of profit from major tech corporations. Google does it. Microsoft does it. GE does it. And, as New York Times reporters Charles Duhigg and David Kocieniewski explained this weekend, Apple does it with aplomb ($39 billion a quarter will buy you a decent team of tax accountants). ...
Peter.. when you say BIG boys, do you mean BIG boys.. like gay big boys.
Straight Big boys use Z30's.. But Gays have no clue what that is.
You can admit you're gay peter, its 2015. don't have to use "... Big boys.."
Tim is that you...
Sorry about that, itoy is also for Gays.. and little girls.
Three gay men died, and were going to be cremated. Their lovers happened to be at the funeral home at the same time, and were discussing what they planned to do with the ashes. The first man said, "My Ryan loved to fly, so I'm going up in a plane and scatter his ashes in the sky." The second man said, "My Ross was a good fisherman, so I'm going to scatter his ashes in our favorite lake." The third man said, "My Jack was such a good lover, I think I'm going to dump his ashes in a pot of chili, so he can tear my #$%$ up just one more time."
Ok Tim.. happy!
"...The board believes offering prices, some in excess of $7 billion, fall well below BlackBerry's potential asset value in the next few years, according to the Globe and Mail report..."
Well, well below. no point in negotiations when offer is too far apart.
I believe Chen has been reported saying that $15/sh will not cut it. $22/sh would be a honest start.
Seems BBRY receives offers on a regular bases... will only respond to serious offers.
Obvious that 15$/sh offer does not cut it for Chen.. not worthy of any negotiations, most likely exploratory in nature by Samsung.
This leak may get other parties out of the close and in the game..
as much as apple, windows and google would like to see BBRY disappear, they do understand the threat that QNX is to their OS.. They would love to either kill it or own it...
Could this have been leaked by board members willing to take 15$/sh
Forcing a sale...
Some names do come to mind..
The statement didn't specify whether BlackBerry had received a proposal from South Korea-based Samsung. Adam Yates, a U.S. spokeswoman for Samsung, declined to comment. ??
Samsung... : " No Comment"