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  • Squawk / 25 February 2015 at 21:31 GMT
    Apparently the selloff in AAPL today was on the news that BBRY (Blackberry) and GOOG (Google) was teaming up to make the best phone ever. I see this a major challenge as Google and Blackberry is fundamentally very different companies. It feels like Nokia and Microsoft all over, which I think will lead to something, but that something will never move the market. It will take time for the market to see that this is another failed attempt from Blackberry to regain their market share. Longer term, there is only one way for Blackberry and that is down (eventually to zero).

    Bankers has always loved their Blackberry and this news may give them back their hope that their beloved phone could resurrect from the dead, which I think is the main reason for this (relatively) huge drop today.

    Blackberry has numerous times shows that they missed the train (playbook, internet-of-things operating system) and Google is losing ground when it comes to bringing their inventions to the masses.
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    THX1138 THX1138
    Love your work mate, look forward to your Squawks.
    You rock.!!!!
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