Follow BlackBerry's Founder out the Door

It appears that my view not to touch BlackBerry (BBRY) shares with a 10-foot pole -- which I expressed when I appeared on camera with The Street's Brittany Umar earlier this month -- has proved to be somewhat lackluster, at least in the short term. Yes, the company once again fumbled, missed estimates and delivered a staggering loss. But it also seems Wall Street has warmed to BlackBerry's new relationship with Foxconn, viewing it as a part of a potential solution for the beleaguered company. After all, shares of BlackBerry have popped over the past five sessions.

Of course, short interest in BlackBerry is near 144 million shares as of Dec. 13, so this might have had something to do with the strong move. Now, I'm sure some of you are sitting on the sidelines and wondering: Did you miss out? Could there be more to this than meets the eye?...488 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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