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It appears Politicians are not the only flip floppers. The reason we should not follow analyst blindly.
Citigroup Global Markets analyst Jim Suva, talked about RIMM on early Feb (source: seekingalpha):
“Overall, we believe the points brought up during today’s call are highly supportive of our bull case on RIM. Concerns regarding financial services exposure have been largely debunked, in our view, and we think investors should be encouraged by what seems to be a very low replacement rate at Citi, and financial services in general…”
Mr. Suva reiterates his “buy” rating on RIM, and maintains a $140 price target.
Today, according to Barron’s, CitiGroup analyst thinks RIMM will go down significantly. Let me quote:
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I started pay attention to the mobile phone and service providers lately. In fact I bought some China Mobile (CHL) shares about 2 weeks ago (bought it a bit early again 🙂
Nokia: the balance
Nokia is the No. 1 brand in China as shown in baidu Shouji (cell phone) report. One thing I noticed during my last visit to Shanghai is Nokia set up a service center near Zhongshan park. Being in Midwest USA, I have not seen things like that and was a bit surprised. Why Nokia pay the extra attention to the customer services, now that they are already No. 1? One reason, I can think of, is they want to make sure their customers can get better services from authorized places, rather than going to those blackmarket and get their phones fixed.
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