Is Research in Motion a Value or a Value Trap? (RIMM, AAPL, GOOG)
Once a darling of Wall Street, Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIMM) has suddenly become the leper of the smartphone world, as Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone and Google’s (GOOG) Android have been growing by leap and bounds.
After a so-so fiscal Q1 earnings report, trouble with foreign governments over security issues, and a lukewarm reception for its new Torch Blackberry device, the stock is now hovering near a 52-week low.
In a new report, BullMarket.com examines whether Research in Motion is now a value or a value trap. In addition it looks at whether:
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