Root for RIM and BlackBerry to succeed

Root for RIM and BlackBerry to succeed

There are 6 comments on the MSN Money story from Jan 11, 2013, titled Root for RIM and BlackBerry to succeed. In it, MSN Money reports that:

It's time to stop making fun of Research In Motion . Seriously. Full stop. After years of devolving into a laughing stock of a tech company, Research in Motion is somehow finding its way back to the brink of relevance, and will soon embark on a make-or-break mission that just a couple of months ago would've sounded impossible: RIM wants you to like ... (more)

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Krm

Severn, Canada

#1 Jan 11, 2013
I wholeheartedly agree with you, we should root for blackberry again and hope it succeeds.
Daniel Hooker

Simcoe, Canada

#2 Jan 11, 2013
I am so very tired of saying this to people but WAKE UP ! The writing is on the wall !
Blackberry 10 is in ! "The pack is going black" !
Daniel Hooker

Simcoe, Canada

#3 Jan 11, 2013
Because I am so absolutely confident in the Blackberry10 creating the biggest turnaround in Technology History I have not hesitated to invest everything I have in RIM. These people know what exactly what they are doing and hopefully wisdom will help the undecided investor make the right choice.
Krm

Severn, Canada

#4 Jan 12, 2013
Daniel, you are absolutely right!!!
Izhar

Israel

#5 Jan 12, 2013
I put my bet on rimm.
This is one bad a&& phone, and dont we forget, who was here first.
While apple playing music on their ipod nano, blackberrys dominate the cell phone teritory.
Even the great steve jobs (r.i.p), used the blackberry as a model of competition in the first iphone presentation.
Ant its not that i dont like iphones. Its just that in a way, it turned out to be the less perfect packege than any other phone. Beside the touch screen ( which is truly perfect), there are a lot of flaws. No flash browsing, no transfering via usb (with out the need of messy itunes), no bluetooth, and more...
Android - i just cant stand.

Now, after a long sleep, its time to wake up the canadian giant.

I truly believe in rimm. They know how to do it.
In addition, im no analyst, but i predict a stock price of 35-40 $ in The next year, with a big jump in 2014, when rimm get back to its place, not as a company whos trying to survive, but as a company that rules the cellular market.

People crave for something new in their hands, and we saw it in nokia ressurection.

Now its rim's time (:
Tim

Tecumseh, Canada

#6 Jan 13, 2013
I absolutely agree with everyone and no, I am no analyst but I truly believe rim stock will hit $15 to $16 by end of January 2013 and if all goes well with a successful launch of bb10, I can see the stock price go up to $30 to $40 by 2014. I am planning on getting a bb10 when it comes out, I like what I see so far. By the way, half of my portfolio is invested in rim.

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