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Although I have no interest in P/E or such, it makes sense to take a quick look at company fundamentals now and then.  BlackBerry posted a modestly successful quarterly result recently and the subsequent selloff looks a bit sharp, so this seems like a good long to hold on to.   A nice retracement to 850 doesn't seem unreasonable. (Disclosure: I am long.  :D )

If it does drop further and stop me out I might then immediately open a short with a target of 657.




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It's still selling off heavily, so considering a short to 596.

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But I shall wait and see if it rallies a bit, then sell the rally.  😎

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