lol...you REALLY hate it whenever someone states something about your country that isn't 100% glowing, do you?
Are we allowed to dislike the American invention of country-western music? or will that get your panties in a tizzy as well?
Who the hell forms long lines for A&F anymore?? 10-15 years ago sure, but not now.
Not saying that GOOD isn't a worthy contender for MDM, but CNBC is an American nationalist news channel that pumps anything related to US tech especially against a foreign competitor. The commentators remind me of what I've heard of North Korean soldiers in their devotion to the Motherland and its tech superstars in all their absurd billions of market cap.
There may be less biased sources you could use to prove your point about GOOD's prospects.
Yes and Twitter's market cap is preposterous. Dotcom Bubble part deux.
I don't think BBRY should be glancing at Twitter for any inspiration.
"anayalator"....I don't usually comment on spelling errors since we all make them from time to time, but that's quite a doozy
Did that really look right to you when you typed it?
That would certainly explain a lot. Priceless of people like johndeansmith taking credit for Silicon Valley when in fact it has more in common culturally with Canada than it does with anywhere in the hick South. The South has two tech centres - Raleigh-Durham and Austin, and both are dependent on migrants from Blue States as well as foreign nationals.
What do you wanna bet johndeansmith (Southern KKK member) has a wife that looks like the mother from Honey Boo Boo?
You moron, I knew it was sarcasm, but that was beside the point. You derided the OP's comment as some kind of accounting quirk to build up BBRY ("make BBRY parts sum up to more than they do"), but in fact it consisted of very simple accounting analysis that should be clear as day to anyone who passed Grade 4 math.
Now that I've taught you a few things about accounting, your next assignment is to look up the term "straw man argument". Go ahead, I'll wait.
I assume this is the joke post.
But I too have taken to heart the Warren Buffet philosophy of investing. This may not be exactly the words he'd use, but I think of it as "invest in companies that are easy to understand".
Starbucks sells coffee (primarily). Hundreds of millions of people of all ages from 12 up are addicted to the stuff - it's the new tobacco. Starbucks is the biggest name in the game and makes the coffee-buying experience pleasurable. Profits flow from there. End of story.
Tech companies may be sexier, but it's more difficult for the lay person to understand how they will achieve a strategic advantage and predictable revenue without in-depth knowledge of the industry.
Hi there KKK John! How was your Klan retreat?
You are a Southerner. the dumbest, fattest, most inbred and uneducated region of the English-speaking world. You would be a 3rd world country if your side of toothless degenerates had won in the 1860s.
You like to brag about Silicon Valley - representing 0.00000000000000001% of the USA, and much of whose brain power comes from Chinese and Indian nationals. Why don't you tell us what technology your region - the South - has brought forward?
Why would employees leave on their own if the company more or less tells them that they'll soon be laid off and therefore due to receive a severance package? That doesn't make any sense to me.
It doesn't take an accounting genius to conduct a very basic analysis of revenue recognition and cost of goods sold. If you consider that too advanced, I suggest you get others to read financial statements for you.
I would say part of the reason they selected him was for his connections and experience in China, sure. I buy that.
anal.lyst - I asked you in another thread whether you ever tried a Z10 or Q10 and your appraisal of the product, indicating both benefits and downsides.
This was after you got annoyed when someone merely stated that he liked the phone. Just wondering what your take on the product is.