BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY)

How To Spot, Avoid or Trade A Collapsing Stock – Vale SA Stock and BlackBerry Stock

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Profit And Income Strategies, Selling Put Options

How To Spot, Avoid or Trade A Collapsing Stock – Vale SA Stock and BlackBerry Stock

My free yahoo forum has had a lot of postings this year on Vale SA Stock. It reminded me of two years ago when the forum was filled with postings about BlackBerry Stock. Vale SA stock trades on New York under the symbol VALE. Vale SA is a Brazil-based metals and mining company with 4 segments, Bulk Materials, Basic Metals, Fertilizers and Logistic services. Vale’s book value is $12.29 and earnings are negative $1.08 per share marking a decline of over 219% from the prior…

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Stop Losing Capital In BlackBerry Stock (BBRY)

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock And Option

Stop Losing Capital In BlackBerry Stock (BBRY)

Every time BlackBerry Stock makes a jump or an announcement my email overflows. I have no problem with investors emailing with ideas and questions on BlackBerry Stock but most investors who are emailing continue to get hammered trying to recover their losses in BlackBerry stock. The majority of investors don’t understand that BlackBerry stock is in serious trouble. BlackBerry Stock trades on the NASDAQ under the symbol BBRY in USA Dollars. It also trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol BB in Canadian…

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BlackBerry Stock (BBRY) – 3 Easy Warnings Signals for Investors and Lessons Learned

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock And Option

BlackBerry Stock (BBRY) – 3 Easy Warnings Signals for Investors and Lessons Learned

The last article I wrote on BlackBerry Stock (Research In Motion Stock) was back in January 2013. At that time BBRY Stock was trading around $11.50 and investors were getting excited again and indeed the stock did shoot up to $16.00 by the end of January. The problem I saw was just no reason to stay with the stock any longer. BlackBerry for all the coverage by analysts was dead in the water back in January. It basically was only a matter of time before…

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Covered Calls On Research In Motion Stock? – Perhaps Not

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock And Option

Covered Calls On Research In Motion Stock? – Perhaps Not

A lot of investors seem to be getting excited about RIM Stock Again. Research In Motion Stock is being talked about on CNBC, BNN, Wall Street Journal, Globe and Mail, Financial Post and dozens of blogs and websites. Is it really time to buy Research In Motion Stock again? With the new BlackBerry 10 operating system due to make its appearance on January 30, analysts are talking a storm. Many who have seen BB10 love the keyboard while others say it is too late to…

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Deep In The Money Covered Calls Rescue Strategy Saves Capital And Losing Trades

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Covered Calls, Profit And Income Strategies

Deep In The Money Covered Calls Rescue Strategy Saves Capital And Losing Trades

One of the most difficult things for an investor is putting in place protection during a downturn, whether it be a full-blown market panic or a stock downturn. Buying protection is tough for most investors because it means a capital outlay and often a stock recovers and the capital spent was unnecessary. Sometimes though a stock downturn ends up being permanent and can wipe out a lot of  investors. Take Research In Motion Stock for example. At the heyday of Research In Motion Stock, it…

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RIM Stock Is Only For Short-Term Trades Despite BB10

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock And Option

RIM Stock Is Only For Short-Term Trades Despite BB10

While I don’t think RIM Stock will disappear any time soon, the collapse of RIM Stock shows that this company is not for buy and hold investors. Research In Motion Stock  has made a nice jump from $6.50 to $12.00 recently, but despite what appears to be a very nice short-term bounce, this latest run-up does nothing to assist investors still holding RIM stock from prices as high as $145 all the way down to $20.00. Research in Motion on Dec 6 outlined incentives to…

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Stock Investment Shocker As Research In Motion Stock Plunges

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock Investment

Stock Investment Shocker As Research In Motion Stock Plunges

Research In Motion Stock is without doubt not meant for stock investment portfolios. The second quarterly loss of .37 cents versus an expectations of loss of .03 cents, is like a death knell. The loss in Research In Motion Stock once it opens will probably be enormous. Research In Motion Stock is heading to $5.00. It is incredible to think that Research In Motion Stock was at $138 in June 2008. Research In Motion Stock did a 2 for 1 split on June 7 2004 and a 3…

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Stock Investment In Research In Motion Stock Through Strangle Option

, Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), Stock Investment

Stock Investment In Research In Motion Stock Through Strangle Option

Stock investment should be more than just following the latest trend and I doubt Research In Motion stock is a stock investment worthy of consideration. But I realize from all the emails I have received, that a lot of investors believe it is a great time to get into Research In Motion stock when it is so low. Research In Motion later today will release their earnings and Research In Motion stock could take a tumble or run up or do nothing. I have had…

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GM Stock – Mistakes Can Kill Your Portfolio

Categories: BlackBerry Stock (BB) (BBRY), General Motors Stock (GM), Just My Opinion, Netflix Stock (NFLX)

GM Stock – Mistakes Can Kill Your Portfolio

GM Stock is not for buy and hold investors. It is also not a stock for put sellers either. Personally I don’t think it is a stock for anyone other than the US Government that still owns a pile of it. Every once in a while I get emails from readers wondering about GM stock. It is down 50% from its high set in January of 2011 shortly after its IPO in November of 2010. I keep writing back the same article again and again.…

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