Today, Fool.com tech analysts Eric Bleeker and Andrew Tonner look at Research In Motion's big surge on "less bad" earnings last week.
Eric characterizes the pop as "tripping over the lowered bar," which encompass the story here. Neither Andrew nor Eric is a fan of the company. While it's incredibly cheap, you're buying a zero-growth company in a space dominated by increasingly competent giants.
If you're looking to profit from the smartphone revolution, you're still better off buying Apple, the company that still commands overwhelmingly more of the sector profits than any other competitor.
But with share prices this high, many investors are wondering whether the company still has room to run. Eric outlines how to play the world's most influential company in his brand-new report. In it, he details when to buy and sell Apple. To get started, just click here now.
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