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    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Mfcav, the car play is getting to be a bigger part of an already great story. I will go back to the Kindle again. If you want to see what the " world wide" appetite is for New Tech gadgets look at Aapl's numbers. My bet is Amzn sold many , many more Kindles than they had once internally projected. Getting close to a EPS so the manipulation and illegal shorting will get intense. The entire short story and their reasons for selling NEON ends very soon.

  • Reply to

    4th quarter Kindle e-reader sales expectations

    by nysplit Jan 27, 2015 9:33 AM

    Funeral Home Boy, my calls are all on record. Now for yourself, since everyone is watching you all we hear is naked short selling and manipulation. That is normally an excuse for someone losing money. Let's hear your predictions. Let's look at the last few. Stock should open at $4 or even a better one, stock should go to $6. I think to time frames have expired for those prediction. You better stick to driving the dead people around

  • Reply to

    4th quarter Kindle e-reader sales expectations

    by nysplit Jan 27, 2015 9:33 AM

    Hey Dumbo!!! I was beginning to think you were so embarrassed by your bad calls you left the board.I don't read your post anymore Dumbo but I hope your doing great with the curls and tanning. Still hoping that your "the next rally will be bigger" call finally works. That would do wonders for your confidence.GL

  • Reply to

    4th quarter Kindle e-reader sales expectations

    by nysplit Jan 27, 2015 9:33 AM

    And who is the manipulator genuis? What you have is lack of buyers right now. Stick to driving dead people around, even they have more intelligence than you

  • Reply to

    4th quarter Kindle e-reader sales expectations

    by nysplit Jan 27, 2015 9:33 AM

    Good work again, NY split. The kindle in the wild card. There is another wild card and days like today it becomes really clear. Nobody is selling. Nobody is selling this stock. Naked shorts and manipulation . That's the down days. We were almost 400 points by noon and Neon was flat! This companies stock is in strong hands and there is no tradable float left. A nice rally could turn into something crazy. There simply is No stock for the short to buy. That's the ace's in the hole. The reality is Hp, Dell,LG, Amzn, Lexmark, Epson, Cannon,Volvo, AAPL car play,AVL, and of course the Insider Buying makes all these partnerships real! The short covering alone means something Big is coming.

  • Reply to

    4th quarter Kindle e-reader sales expectations

    by nysplit Jan 27, 2015 9:33 AM

    You can find the Staples flyer on the internet, just search "staples black friday 2014 ad".The e-reader deal is on page 2 of the flyer.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Besides, Amazon proclaiming the basic Kindle e-reader (that has Neonode technology) as #1 best buy during Black Friday and that sales quadrupled compared to previous year, we can also expect high sales from other retailers selling the basic Kindle e-reader.

    Staples was giving away the basic Kindle e-reader with the purchase of any laptop during the Black Friday weekend.

    Now we know what the CEO of Neonode meant when he stated “Moreover these OEMs are particularly focused on aggressively driving down retail price points in order to transform e-readers into a compelling giveaway and promotional product which will hopefully revive unit growth in 2014”

    Whether they sell or give away the e-reader, Neonode makes money!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Not only will it be in the XC90 this spring, but Volvo is revamping the platforms of all their other vehicles so that it can be standard in all their vehicles. The article that I mentioned previously and others believe that the sensus connect is best in class due to it's speed (comparable to I-Pad), gloved finger usage, crisp clarity, etc.. Volvo is predicting that they will double their sales over the next few years from ~400k vehicles to 800k vehicles per year. 2014 was their best year and demonstrates progress toward that goal.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Yes, it does come on the new Volvo XC90. Eventually it will be in all of their vehicles. You can also purchase it as an aftermarket product for your older Volvo. See the YouTube videos on the 2015 Volvo XC90 which highlight the safety features and the swipe technology in their infotainment system. Also they mentioned Apple Carplay coming in the future which Neonode is a part of.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Is doesn't come in the Volvo. It is an aftermarket product that is above and beyond the price of the on-board navigation system and it is also a dealer install. the cost is roughly 1500 dollars. Why would anyone even want it if they have a smartphone? You guys are crazy.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    I know on Jan 4th after 1.5 more shares shorted he said " 2 weeks" I 'll be shocked if he' s wrong. LOL. Someone should really shut him down. "My group" what a joke.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Scover, we won't be up big in the AM. You know why? Because a trusted source, on Jan 5 stated that "New equity offering in the next few weeks is inevitable". A few is 3, so tomorrow is the day for the equity offering!!!

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Wow!really. "Neon isn't in Volvo" guess that idiot? Are we up BIG in the Am? This Company isn't going to be around much longer. Market had no top Lind growth, big companies HAVE to buy revenues and EPS. Here you are, on a silver platter. Dinner served.Story gets better and better with each passing day.GL

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    BTW, If anyone is wondering if consumers are interested in the new sc90, "The First Edition of the new Volvo XC90 sold all 1927 units in just 47 hours online. The XC90 will be in Volvo showrooms as of spring of 2015 — the most important fresh start for Volvo in years" according to Motoramic.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Nysplit, A nice analysis of the Volvo sensus connected touch with comparison to other Auto OEM's is summarized in a Popular Science article entitled "New iPad-Like Touchscreen On The 2015 Volvo XC90 Reinvents How We'll Interact With Our Cars" from 9/22/14. The 2015 XC90 goes on sale this Spring (2015). So any "doubting Thomas" can go their local Volvo dealership this Spring. Also, I read that Volvo plans to retool their other lines to eventually migrate to this unit for all vehicles. Volvo's worldwide sales are increasing.

    Z2blackdogs, your analysis of the Chinese market makes sense.

  • Reply to

    Neonode in Automotive

    by z2blackdogs Jan 25, 2015 2:07 PM

    It is nice to see the technology on a major network. Automotive ramp over the next few years could be big.

  • Reply to

    Neonode not in Volvo?

    by nysplit Jan 25, 2015 5:19 PM

    Every week another multi-billion dollar company partners up with NEON. Don't they know it's worth zero?hahahahahahahah!!!!!ALL ABOARD! Tradable float shrinks everyday. When this runs, look out.

  • For the person that didn't believe that Neonode was in HP printers and now doesn't believe that they are in Volvo, please go to YouTube and find:" IHS Auto Reviews: Volvo Sensus Connected Touch Demonstration"

    On the video, go to the time 9:45

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Does anybody have an idea of who the other 3 automotive OEM's are that are in production with Neonode technology? Quote from Q3 CC "During this quarter Volvo and three other automotive OEMs have started going into production with cars incorporating Neonode's zForce core technology for their infotainment system." A clue was provided in response to a question from Rob Stone of Cowen "No, this is Thomas here. The customer is global companies and the cars are global launched over the world. So we have also some - some of them are in China for the China market, South America and global penetration of [Inaudible] car."

    I happened to turn the TV on to the Detroit Auto Show coverage on NBC a few minutes ago, and the Volvo XC90 touchscreen technology was being highlighted. I did some research a few weeks ago and found out that there were on the order of 65 million new cars produced in 2013 plus another 22 million commercial vehicles. Found this data at this link: http://www.oica.net/category/production-statistics/2013-statistics/
    China produced 22 million cars.

    Chinese company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China owns Volvo and they also own a Chinese company called Geely. Geely is likely one of the other OEM's. Geely projects 2015 sales to be 450,000 units at this link: http://www.4-traders.com/GEELY-AUTOMOBILE-HOLDINGS-6165704/news/Geely-Automobile--UNAUDITED-SALES-VOLUME-IN-DECEMBER-2014-AND-SALES-VOLUME-TARGET-FOR-2015-19634587/
    Volvo had record sales of 466,000 vehicles in 2014: http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2015/01/05/121698-volvo-cars-reports-record-sales-2014.html

    My guess is that the 3 additional OEM's include Geely, plus another Chinese manufacturer and one in South America.

  • At least he will be able to afford bail, mister windbag. I feel bad for Scover, but you are obviously part of the management team because even Stevie Wonder can see this is an awful stock. Also, you will need a good shirt seller because you are going to lose the one you have now, probably the only one you have now.

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