Next Multi-Bagger! Why it’s the Right Time to Buy BlackBerry Stock
If youâre one of those investors who mostly find multi-bagger stocks only when theyâre trading near their peaks and wish you bought them earlier, youâre not alone. When such stocks are cheap, most investors tend to ignore such stocks and find bearsâ arguments to be true. If the same stock starts a massive rally in the coming months or years, bears usually adjust their arguments to justify why the stock — which they criticized heavily earlier — turned out to be an amazing high-growth stock and yielded outstanding returns for investors.
The next multi-bagger stock
The stock market, however, is always full of opportunities. Thatâs why itâs never too late to start investing in some cheap stocks with outstanding future growth potential — especially after the recent market crash, several fundamentally strong, high-growth stocks have started looking really cheap.
In this article, Iâll talk about BlackBerry (TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB), as I expect its financials to grow exponentially in the coming years, which should help its stock become the next multi-bagger stock on the TSX. Before I explain why I expect so, letâs take a closer look at BB stockâs recent stock price movement.
BlackBerry stock price movement
BlackBerryâs stock price currently hovers around $6.79 per share, and it has been one of the most undervalued tech stocks on the TSX in recent years, in my opinion. After posting 40% gains in 2021, BB stock has already seen 41% value erosion in 2022 so far, despite consistently beating Street analystsâ bottom-line expectations in the last three quarters in a row.
While most bears attributed last yearâs rally in BlackBerry stock to its mention on the infamous WallStreetBets subreddit, I strongly disagree with that argument. In fact, multiple updates about the Canadian enterprise software companyâs rising interest in artificial intelligence and machine learning-based technologies for the automotive industry could be the main reason for a sharp rally in its stock in 2021. In 2022, the recent crash in high-growth tech stocks could primarily be responsible for BB stockâs big year-to-date losses.
Why itâs the right time to buy BB stock now
In the last couple of years, the Waterloo-based tech company has significantly increased its focus on developing advanced technological solutions for the future of the automotive industry. As you might already know, the demand for electric and autonomous vehicles, along with other smart mobility solutions, is expected to skyrocket in the next decade. And BlackBerry has already started its efforts to benefit from these revolutionary, upcoming trends in the automotive industry.
Nearly 200 million vehicles across the world — manufactured by some of the largest global automakers — already use BlackBerryâs QNX operating system. In December 2020, BlackBerry started developing its intelligent data platform IVY in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). While the AWS partnership will ensure future scalability, the IVY platform has already started receiving positive feedback from its automotive customers and partners. This could be an early indication of the popularity BlackBerry IVY is likely to receive in the coming years and help the companyâs financials grow exponentially.
Given all these positive factors, buying BB stock today for the long term could be like buying the next multi-bagger stock before its big rally starts.
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