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Re: RIMM/ It's BAAKK/Trades
In Response To: RIMM/ It's BAAAAAAAAAKKK *PIC* ()

Hi Trades,
Thanks, and first a HI, then I have no clue what is going on with this hardware (include AAPL) also.

I know you don't like fundamentals but I sense that something must be going on out there in the industry.

Rimm was near $150 back in 6/2008. So, let's forget that period and start with the $70 you mentioned on the chart for Feb. 2011. AAPL started it's run up in July, but in earnest in Dec. of 2011.

AAPL has now fallen quite a bit since Sept. This whole thing catches my "curiosity", maybe others will comment.

The RIMM Blackberry was for a long time the "darling" of "high end" corporate email clients for it's ability to receive email virtually anywhere via satellite, (at a price).

I want to be clear here. I don't use this stuff and no longer follow the hardware as I once did.

Cell coverage has improved over recent years, so maybe the needs for satellite coverage has declined greatly. But it does appear that something has started to "shift" between the RIMM Blackberry technology and the AAPL Iphone technology - and of course "associated costs".

Maybe others have some thoughts on this, but it does appear "something is changing" !!!!!

Thanks, Lee