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Can things get any worse for Research In Motion? Remember a time when it was fashionable to own a BlackBerry? Fast-forward to the present, and we see RIMM as a shadow of its former self. The Canadian smartphone maker recently experienced an embarrassing anniversary, with its share price reaching its lowest point in eight years. However, fortunes have been made before, and will be made again, by buying at the point of maximum pessimism. Can Research In Motion pull itself out of its apparent nosedive, or is this just another chapter in its slow fade into irrelevance? Watch the video to find out.
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