Dabbiere believes the “pivotal” Blackberry asset is QNX, an operating system for uses in cars, communications hardware and industrial goods. QNX moves Blackberry from cell phones to many markets, “billions” of devices to “trillions,” Dabbiere said.
or 4 billion per years so they are selling for 1X sales that is cheap cheap you will see Chen will work his magic back to the teens soon..
and now you see BBRY will thrive !
In March 2013, Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin established the Quantum Valley Investment Fund in Waterloo, Canada, to provide financial and intellectual capital for the development and commercialization of quantum physics and quantum computing breakthroughs. The initial size of the fund, which is backed by Messrs. Lazaridis and Fregin, is $100 million
they don't break and the real keyboard is a must for many users !
To say nothing of the superior OS !
were you snookered ?
This one statistic and the fact that the US gov is using blackberries is all you need to know...
were you snookered because you did not believe ?
upside is NIL downside is HUGE do you disagree ?
The 1% don't buy enough sneakers unfortunately the FED has not helped the common man and this is showing up in NIKE numners...
in this bubble market a catastrophic drop in sales or earnings makes the stock drop less than 2%
look at caterpillar today for example 12% DROP in sales and it;s down pennies..
so if you are expecting this to drop you are going to be disapointed it is far more likely to soar and
blow you out of the water if anything is better than expected...
Think what this means to filter sales...
Cater pillar says machine sales d own 12% in November
Cate rpillar disc losed earlier that overall retail sales of machi nes were down 12% in the 3-month rol ling period ending in Novem ber compared with the same months of the prior year. In the period, retail sales were down 24% in Asia/Pacific, down 16% in EAME, down 8% in Latin America, down 2% in North Am erica and down 17% in the rest-of-the-world. The company said its P ower Syste ms retail sales were down 5% in the thr ee months ended Nove mber.