The bulls and bears were going at it over BlackBerry on Thursday.
The smartphone maker reports quarterly results ahead of the market open Friday, and traders on StockTwits were jousting over how to trade the stock.
BlackBerry (BBRY) shares were down about 2% in afternoon trading, despite a rally in the broader market.
Oh snap! They will miss? The bulls aren't going to let that slide.
Uh-oh, things are getting personal. What's your comeback ms101?
Ok, not bad. Can you say that again with more hostility?
Now, can everyone just settle down a bit please.
Sigh, it gets uglier.
The trash talk was not just directed at other StockTwits users. Some even lashed out at CNBC host Jim Cramer, who said investors should wait until BlackBerry shares hit $12 before buying.
All the BlackBerry hating is actually good news, since it means the traders betting the stock will fall are getting nervous, according to the traders who are betting it will rise.
Bears see this as magical thinking.
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