Karl's still writing with a peculiar passion about this dead-end company and stock, and not disclosing a position in or out of it. I interpret this that he may very well not have been flat through BBRY earnings, but that he simply did not add to his position going in, especially with short-term options plays.
Karl is free to correct me if I am wrong, and I will acknowledge it with the grace and humility you have come to expect from this blog.
Personally, I think Karl is an unstable flake, and I know I am hardly alone here. Despite his overall bearish stance, he takes up with companies like RIMM from time to time just to boast about how very clever and knowledgeable he is about these things. I guess today he is an expert on mobile platforms and marketing.
Underwater TickerForum'ers, at any time did Karl's incessant advocacy of this company and its stock constitute investment advice? Have fun with this.
Here in Deflation Land, we also see Karl as an unwashed philistine, one of those repulsive libertarian types who feels he has to operate entirely de novo and without a net, so that, like Ayn Rand, he can eventually praise Aristotle for agreeing with him.
Long-time TF poster EightySixTheBS (or something like this), an articulate and consistent bear, also drew the banhammer for pointing out in The Bar that he was right, and Karl very wrong, about BBRY. I hope Karl loses his ass on this company.
OK, done with that for now, I think I need a shower. Summer is here, and many fine hikes in the wilderness await.
We are still hanging in this range, and the overhead resistance of the decline since 1687 is sitting right above us, just teasing us to bounce hard off of it.