"That 60% was a guarantee of bankruptcy"
nope, this is revisionism.
longs pumped BB10 to the moon, despite it being two years late to market and anyone with a marketshare brain knowing it was a hail mary to get back in the black.
once again longs are suffering from battered wives' syndrome, thinking there's a "chance" hubby will turnaround his bad ways.
eh, 60% of revenue comes from hardware.
rimtards, for the first time in your lives, i'm gonna need you to try real hard to see the forest for the trees here.
it's cyclical with rimtards. they also thought jim baldsilly/mike L were great leaders for not rejecting amazon's buyout offer of $40/share.
a year from now, if the company is even around, i expect longs to be a in full mutiny mode against chen too, the appointed dead-cat-bounce CEO.
i gotta give him and his defiant tough guy talk some credit --- i haven't seen anyone talk up such an empty stock/company up like he has.
quite the salesman. bagholders should really thank him for the opportunity to cut your losses a little shorter.
you don't upgrade a phone that no one's buying.
the ultimate irony is that BB7 outsold BB10. remember when rimtards myopically attributed the BB7 units number falling off of cliff due to people "waiting for BB10" for two years?
oh but rimtards' channel checks dictated that everyone and their mother was beating down the door to buy a Z10/Q10.
because sensible longs unlike you understand that this is a trade not an investment.
kinda like most of y'all myopically ignored when the stock was at these levels in 2012, rallied to $18, then gave it all back after BB10 launched (and failed). just like the BB7 rally from $22 and $33 and back down again.
stocks don't go to $0 in a straight line, just like cancer doesn't kill people overnight.
remember when best buy held a liquidation on BB playbooks a couple years ago? rimtards responded with "OMG, all sold out at best buy now! everyone's buying! who cares about margins - a sale's a sale!"
i'm sure we'll get that again here with BB10 phones.
what says you?
ah yes of course, the "QNX is ubiquitous" pump post we seem to get every 6 months since the ride down from $65/60.
rimtards would be best served realizing that the company itself has said QNX/BB10 earnings are tallied for, you know, handsets only.
now, if only rimtards could find a way to get that units shipped number to not be a global aggregate.
totally agree because the company's otherwise selling so many phones quarter after quarter, with little to no inventory build-up.
we should really be back @ $18 right now.
calling the SEC to investigate..
remember, in the world of rimtardia, a company that's #1 in online streaming marketshare and a company that's #1 in nothing are equitable benchmarks.
your post history shows you to be a roving penny/cheap stock pumper - OCZ, AESZ, AMD, FREE
should i take *your* opinion seriously?