bought the march 14 186.50 puts for $.25 on the gap up today....closed out at $.85 and $1.03
what a beautiful engulfing pattern forming. except we know they'll save the correction...somehow....someway.
you know monetizing QNX in anything outside of a smartphone hasn't mattered since, like, ever...right?
and even in smartphones it's been an abject failure (see: 2012/2103 BB10 hysteria and aftermath).
yeah you're the douche who said the same thing after i called out every lower high the stock was making since $10.78
sitting right at major support, with the 50 and 200 day MA's converging.
break below $9.25 and it's lights out again.
ralph, i know you're reading this.
Q3 2012 - 14.1 million units shipped
Q4 2012 - 11.1 million
Q1 2013 - 7.8 million
Q2 2013 - 7.4 million
Q3 2013 - 6.9 million
Q4 2013 - 6 million
Q1 2014 - 6.8 million
Q2 2014 - 3.7 million
Q3 2014 - 1.9 million
the "growth" cycle of the business ended a long time ago.
chen's merely there to slow the bleeding while the family decides whether to end dialysis or not.
"Smart phones, while an important part of Blackberry's global strategy is only one quarter of their business model going forward."
oh so once again rimtards are trying to have it both ways?
i should add that the one-minute bounces on IWM and SPY tell you all you need to know.
on tuesday, 19 million shares were bought over the course of TWO MINUTES in IWM.
then there's the fact that no one wants a BBRY anymore.
but i do agree that HFT tag teaming with share buybacks and the POMO's weekly $65 B in "liquidity" coming ....is presenting the fakest market in history. the S&P's divergence vs. global markets is remarkable.
did you catch CAT scraping the bottom of the barrel on their analyst note today, throwing excuses toward lean mining coupled with no discussions of demand?
even a smug perma-bull like richoncat (and the ghosts benwaw if you wanna take it there) is feeling a little nervous here...as the chart's rolling over in the face of another secular lower high since the 2012 double-top.
according to ralph, buying a stock that hasn't made new highs in 7 years is a winning "investment" strategy.
already replied to your last post (you seem to always miss it). go read it. should i up the thread again for you?
btw, terrible price action today.
btw btw..."loss of capital"? you know i've jabbing with rimtards since $70, right?
tight range today.
i'm guessing the machines are in the bullpen, warming for the last-hour ramp job.
should i really give credence to anyone like yourself who's averaged down only to get back to even after holding the bag for two years, while the rest of the nasdaq has risen by multiple double digits?
me upping the post was basically your everyday snarky-ness, since you love to believe i'm some revisionist that never timestamps anything.
fyi i have no position in the stock. re: a close above $10.78, i'd never *investment* in stock that's done downhill for the last 4 years.. longs have fooled themselves into thinking that a stock *must* always rise from the ashes...
your fatal mistake is and has always been in thinking the stock's an investment.... when you should've been booking gains on the sell side, in the face of exponentially declining units and revenue.
but no, you really believed a dud like BB10 was the turnaround story.