Why BlackBerry is a Better Investment Than AMC

Isaiah McCall

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Earlier this year, I made the best decision of my financial career. I sold all my stocks.

I didn’t trust Janet Yellen, nor Jerome Powell and ran away from the market screaming. All of my funds went into my savings account or into cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Only one stock remained in my portfolio: BlackBerry (BB).

I had done some research during the GameStop/Reddit fiasco into BB and found some shocking tidbits of info.

  • BlackBerry was now a cybersecurity company
  • They had just landed a partnership with Amazon
  • They launched an operating system called QNX which is running in 175m cars and installed on the international space station.

BlackBerry was no longer an outdated phone company that stuffy businessmen used to micromanage their hedge funds. No sir. BB was looking ahead— and that future was looking bright.

BlackBerry Vs. Bitcoin

There’s no correlation between the two. But in terms of which has a better chance to 100x over the next five years, I’d say the odds are in favor of the former not the latter.

Hear me out!

BlackBerry’s QNX software is used by Hyundai, Daimler AG, and is planned to be used by Amazon Web Services to market BlackBerry IVY, an intelligent vehicle data software.

In regards to Amazon, BlackBerry will use vehicle data to integrate artificial intelligence into our cars and revolutionize the auto industry.

BlackBerry isn’t looking to be a fragment of the auto industry. They want to be at the heart of it.

Spoken From The Horse’s Mouth

Here are my favorite takeaways from BlackBerry’s IVY announcement, which extrapolates all the benefits that their software stands to offer —

A.I. Enhanced Driving: BlackBerry IVY will leverage vehicle data to warn drivers of hazardous conditions such as icy roads or heavy traffic and recommend what actions a driver should take (e.g. traction control, lane-keeping assist, or adaptive cruise control).

Better Features For Cars: IVY will provide automakers with feedback on how and when safety features are used, allowing them to better improve the features they add in the future

Charging Stations 2.0: EV drivers can share their battery info with charging networks and reserve a station ahead of their arrival.

Snitching on Teenagers: IVY also provides insights to parents of teenage drivers. These include notifications indicating how many passengers were in the vehicle, when the driver appears to be texting, distracted, or not observing speed limits.

That last one would’ve got me in a lot of trouble growing up.

Sorry, if you’re reading this mom.

Bottom Line 💎✋

BlackBerry has soared 560% over the last two months. And due to hype from Reddit userbase WallStreetBets — who’s users are more commonly known as apes — BB is headed to the moon.

According to a CNBC report, Blackberry was the third-most traded name on Fidelity’s platform on Wednesday, with AMC holding the top spot.

None of this matters. BlackBerry is a long-term play.

It’s more valuable than GameStop, AMC, and Dogecoin combined. Never buy at the all time high. BB will come crashing back down to Earth eventually. Apes can only have diamond hands for but so long.

Because BlackBerry is built on sound fundamentals, solid partnerships, and a good business strategy it’s a steal when the price drops back down.

Dare to witness how BlackBerry continues to innovate.

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Jersey City, NJ

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