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Why Investors Should Consider Selling The Rally In RIM Shares Now

There are 4 comments on the Seeking Alpha story from Jan 24, 2013, titled Why Investors Should Consider Selling The Rally In RIM Shares Now. In it, Seeking Alpha reports that:

Research in Motion Ltd. shares were trading for around $8 in October, but have since more than doubled and now trade over $17. This major run in the stock seems to be fueled by short-covering, lots of hope for the release of the Blackberry 10, news that the company might consider licensing its latest operating system to a hardware maker, and a ... (more)

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Krm

Caledon, Canada

#1 Jan 24, 2013
I would say it should be said, why investors should consider buying RIM shares right now. The company is still under book value and had been grossly over sold. RIM. Is by no means over valued. BlackBerry 10 has been recently quoted as being better than both IOS and Android. It is definitely the best operating system for business users. Consumers,I would say will be very impressed with the hardware and software. As for applications RIM is concentrating on quality apps and their app store is growing fast as a result of portathons bringing more and more Android apps to their ecosystem. This will continue! Research in Motion is a buy right now. BB 10 with its NFC technology and awesome potential to interact with imbedded computer system's, especially with automobile infotainment systems is awesome!
GWS

Waterloo, Canada

#2 Jan 24, 2013
Totally agree RIM shares oversold and have been subject to skitterish investors, who probably hold APPL and are losing their appetites.
RIM/RIMM has a very loyal following and BB10 is exciting, to say the least. Especially in that their security is going to be available to other platforms.
Watch out! This will be exciting.
terryC

Thunder Bay, Canada

#3 Jan 27, 2013
Of course BB10 will be successful, but it won't be realized by the media until they have regained market share. This will take a few months, and in the meantime the iBullies will keep bashing RIM because 30% of the stock has been sold short.
jeromeo

Brooksville, FL

#4 Jan 27, 2013
terryC wrote:
Of course BB10 will be successful, but it won't be realized by the media until they have regained market share. This will take a few months, and in the meantime the iBullies will keep bashing RIM because 30% of the stock has been sold short.
right on

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