Today marks a disappointing time in Research In Motion’s history as a publicly traded company. RIM’s shares has hit an 8 year low, with its shares dropping to $11.32 a piece. “When will the sinking of RIM’s stock end? Will BlackBerry 10 make a big impact? Should I sell now or hope it goes back up?” are just a few of the question many shareholders must be pondering at the moment.
If RIM’s stock hits the $10 (or lower) per share mark, they might be an attractive purchase to many. RIM is especially attractive given that they have zero debt, quite a bit of cash left, and an ever growing patent portfolio. Vote in the poll below and sound off in the comments to let us know how you’ve been managing your RIMM stake.