I expected these comments to be littered with panacea and hyperbole... I was right
It's interesting that you all share the same mentality as the market, or so you say. Was it not long ago that Apple was being traded for whatever the amount of current assets they had at that given time?
Surely everyone will reply, well blackberry is no apple. I see no visionaries or wow-inspiring products. They are indubitably a sinking ship.
And so the short sellers went on their avaricious steeds to the slaughter and did what they could to behead the revenue. It lasted a while but then Blackberry, the knight that didn't play dead nicely, went to his dagger and took his life into his own hands, away from the sword that almost meant certain death.
The timid ran and caused a stir in the cynics,
philosophers went to their chairs and gossiped,
wealthy men sat on their credited thrones,
the general public scratched their heads.
They're all watching now,
waiting for death or a miracle to happen.
Yet the men who rode in strongly with such great vigor,
must now fight on the ground,
watch out for someone who really believes in Sir Berry,
For if someone swoops in to surprise us all,
to guide the wounded home,
the pride in him will be restored again,
sending away the evil men.
The stock might fall or grow again,
most of them do in the end.
Expect bad news and good articles too.
Sir Berry is tired of having his will questioned,
his armor tattered from the storm of abuse,
now he stands on the battlefield,
meticulously judging his value.
Oh all he needs is a savior,
but I only care about me.
The question is -
how long will I still have faith?
For I've already got his horse and mate.