In the video below, Motley Fool analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the prospects for Research In Motion , maker of the BlackBerry line of mobile handsets.
There have been clear winners and losers in the move to mobile, and RIM has solidly fallen in the latter category. But the company's stock has appreciated an astonishing 67% over the past three months.
With RIM's new BB10 operating system set to launch next year, there's been renewed optimism in the Canadian handset maker. Can RIM's recent rally last? There's two schools of thought. The bull case says RIM can maintain its global market share, now at about 4%. The bears, however, say RIM has a long track record of botched launches and delays, and investors should expect the same with BB10.
Tonner says investors must be cautious about Research In Motion, especially after its recent rally.
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