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Analysts have two opposite opinions of RIM

0. phoneArena 29 Nov 2011, 02:43 posted on

On Monday, two brokerage house analysts revealed their opinion of what the future holds for RIM's common stock; one analyst cut his rating from "Buy" to "Neutral" which is Wall Street talk for "Sell", while another pencil pusher says the stock is undervalued...

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posted on 29 Nov 2011, 03:00

1. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 5522; Member since: 22 Dec 2010)


There is a reason the market has sold RIM stock. Could it be that the market expects bad news on Dec 15th?

posted on 29 Nov 2011, 08:16

2. ardent1 (Posts: 1991; Member since: 16 Apr 2011)


@Droid_X_Doug, you stated: \"$39 Billion is what DT wanted to approve the merger. Otherwise, it would have been a hostile takeover.\" in reference to the ATT merger of Tmobile USA.

You also bragged about your expertise in \"business speak\". Inquiring minds still want to know how ATT can acquire Tmobile USA via \"a hostile takeover\" when (a) the target is a private concern and (b) the target doesn\'t have publicly traded stock. As you know, Tmobile USA is a privately held, wholly-owned subsidiary of DT (source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Mobile_USA)

So yeah, I am challenging you on your \"hostile takeover\" claim. Just kindly explain how ATT would go about a hostile takeover of Tmobile USA.

Droid_X_Doug, do you even know what a hostile takeover is?

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