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  • Trade view / 21 December 2015 at 15:23 GMT
    Medium term

    UPDATE: Booking 10% profits in Blackberry stock

    Trader /
    United States
    On December 11 I discussed a bullish setup in shares of handheld devices maker Blackberry. Following last week's better than expected earnings report for the company, the stock rallied sharply and reached my $9 price target. I am now taking profits in the $8.50 - $9 area.
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  • Trade view / 11 December 2015 at 14:12 GMT
    Medium term

    Blackberry – yes, Blackberry – for a bullish trade

    Trader /
    United States
    Shares of handheld devices maker Blackberry LTD rose sharply on Thursday on the back of news that one of its latest devices was sold out at US electronics retailer Best Buy Stores. Furthermore notable was bullish options activity in December weekly options where volume was significantly higher than usual in near-the-money call options. Add on top all of this a technically bullish pattern in the stock and we have an interesting setup to the long side in BBRY stock.
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  • Article / 12 October 2015 at 11:30 GMT

    Earnings Watch: So far, so good

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Earnings Watch: So far, so good
    With 34 companies in the S&P 1200 Global Index having reported Q3 earnings, we have enough data to make some preliminary conclusions. So far, results look robust but the majority of the companies that have reported are consumer companies and thus figures could change a lot when energy and materials companies report earnings.
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  • 4y
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL I am still using a Blackberry with a qwerty keyboard !! It still works, emails arrive and go reliably. It doesn't have sat nav or apps...
  • Editor’s Picks / 14 January 2015 at 23:22 GMT

    One reason why Samsung would want to buy BlackBerry

    Business Week
    Reports that Samsung Electronics approached BlackBerry sent the battered smartphone maker's stock soaring. Any deal is far from done and BlackBerry has denied it, but the possibility does raise the question: Why would Samsung want to acquire BlackBerry? Yes, the Korean conglomerate would get a robust suite of patents, BlackBerry's powerful (though unloved) new mobile platform, and a history of highly lauded hardware design. Still, there is really only one reason the Canadian phone maker is attractive to Samsung right now: security. And security is the gateway to the highly valuable enterprise market.
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