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RIM seems immune to recession fear
There may not be a better time to own a piece of Research In Motion Ltd.
The company behind the BlackBerry, one of the most popular mobile devices in recent memory, has managed to emerge from the cries of an upcoming recession completely unscathed.
Good article and probably a really good investment if anyone's got a little spare money lying around to invest after filling their tanks and paying their utilities
I recently saw in an article (on Pinstack? N Y Times? ?) that Nokia has 40+% of the world's cell phone market - only about 10% in the US. I wonder what the % of BB users is to the total cell market? Need to look that up.
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Sounds like a very good investment, and I think it will have an increase of subscribers once "Documents to Go" becomes available for the BlackBerry
Muaa haaa haaa.
Jim Balsillie reminds me of a younger, non evil version of Mr Burns!! lol
Last edited by j llama; 04-17-2008 at 12:57 PM.
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BB users seem more informed and productive. Maybe Blackberry's can help cure recessions !
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