What would you say 5 years before it's all over? What does sony do that ain't done by others? they are yesterdays news. Invent nothing, Samsung and Lg have taken their playbook and made them burnt toast. If ya don't invent ya don't survive. Told ya so....At least Panasonic is doing lots of other type of industrys, like Philips, Ge, Siemens....Sony still makes some kind of video game junk?
MicroVision: Opportunity of a Lifetime… in our Lifetime:
From time to time, during the course of our lives, we are granted the "opportunity of a lifetime.” It's a chance that doesn't come our way very often, and usually one that would result in enormous financial benefits to us… if we can manage to get hold of it before it fades away.
Same business model as QCOM some 15 years ago. Check out my blog for more investigative reporting
the earth's in trouble and the people in pain
been gone so long, we're beginning to worry.
Need a little help, can't you come back again."
"Don't go walking in the woods tonight,
devil gonna getcha if you don't do right.
I don't know but i've been told,
streets of Paradise paved in gold."
His song "Maybelline" blows the doors off Chucks version.
The one and only Hoyt Axton....oh yea
i've seen him live in concert two or three times. What a voice.
Say a prayer for him....please....
Today Sony orders 14.5 million in components from Microvision for their
Laser projector display engine. Sony investors might take a look. mvis up
as much as 20% today probably 10 times daily average already traded. Buy
MVIS AND SNE
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Correction: the MVIS press release was dated Thursday, March 5.
Interesting how publicly traded companies often leave their own investors in the dark.
SNE market investors were deprived of a news story from Wednesday, 3/6--one screen away--suggestive of a significant new source of revenue--& perhaps key to Sony’s comeback.
“MicroVision (MVIS) Licenses Its PicoP® Display Technology to Fortune Global 100 Partner
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 5, 2015 9:00 AM
MicroVision, Inc. (MVIS), a leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display technology, today announced it has signed a multi-year license agreement with its Fortune Global 100 partner for MicroVision PicoP® display technology. The license agreement marks an important milestone in the ongoing relationship between the two companies that began in April 2013.”
To verify the identity of the “Fortune Global 100” partner, see Sony press release February 20, 2014 / Sony Develops Pico Projector Module with High-Definition Resolution and Focus-free Image Projection
Hope you are correct on the over $100 - will see when the spin off of parts is finished!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy