After bouncing back from the brink of bankruptcy, this stock is on fire. The company's future success, however, is still up in the air.
The disconnect that exists between the company's investors and the real world is never-ending.
Given the changes that are taking place now, the stock has the fundamental basis it needs to continue to increase.
The struggling device maker confirms it did not sell 80,000 smartphones to the US Department of Defense, as reported earlier in the week.
The device maker has been on the ropes for years, struggling against younger, hipper phones. The Department of Defense just threw the company a lifeline.
BlackBerry shares took a hit following a downgrade from Oppenheimer, which said the recent run-up in shares is overly optimistic.
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