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Research In Motion continues to struggle under the relentless pressure from the competition. In fact, David feels it's a classic value trap that investors should avoid. Ultimately, there's a lot of evidence that shows the business is declining. So it may burn cash while its patents lose value. That leads to a situation in which the stock price is falling but it's still not cheap. David thinks investors should consider Apple in this space rather than Research In Motion. It's always better to go with a leader than get stuck in a trap.
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