Hope you were buying this morning....boat has left without you.
Ask refr.class who is manipulating it back UP
This is just a company that can't get top line revenue to get back to the high water level of 2013.
Maybe Joe can cut expenses just a little more to keep losses down (still way below breakeven).
i must admit ... buying more shares did cross my mind. Did not pull the trigger, yet. Something tells me the shorts' attack is not over. We'll see.
Cyberne--You must work at REFR....because that is the only context where a post that took 85 seconds to write could be considered; "Hard at work...."
And we are so blessed here....refr.class "knows" that it was the shorts manipulating the market in REFR. My guess? Someone wanted to stop eating skunk...so they sold it...to YOU.
Ho, bug, it was the shorts manipulating the market in REFR. Not to worry, though. Big news is coming that will chase away you clowns forever.
I never said, on any social media, that REFR used chickens with eight legs to make SPD glass.
So why the big drop in the share price today?
Someone at C-H know something material?
News from Boeing?
Is there a problem with some "standard options"?
Is someone building something better?
Was there a problem at the US Pavillion?
for a new Mercedes Maybach s600. Good video of maybach showing magic sky control throughout, plus an endorsement at end, for magic sky control by CNET's Brian Cooley recently released, entitled: On the road: 2016 Mercedes Maybach s600
From the Textron PR, dated May 18 under Cabin Upgrades"
The personal device-centric cabin will include international or domestic *Wi-Fi as **standard** on the King Air 350i and 250 aircraft and **optional** on the C90GTx. Also **standard** on all three models will be electronically dimmable window shades, offering a simple interface that provides clearer views and darker shading at the touch of a button.
Textron knows there's a distinction between standard and optional features, even if you don't.
You have the option to understand what this means as well as the option to understand but try to distort it.
"Now Standard Equipment on All Models of King Air Aircraft"
The pumpers don't want to admit that "standard" means standard option. In other words, Beechcraft will allow the windows to be installed at their service facility. Basically, we are back to the same misleading PR that was used to pump the share price in 2007. This time they don't have a crooked fund manager and financial columnist to hype the stock, so the market is taking no notice.
What exactly does "standard equipment" mean, and why can I find no press or pictures from Beechcraft?
BARDOF, thank you for making the connection for me. I must have missed the old press release.
From October 2008:
PPG Aerospace and Gentex to supply King Air 350i electrochromic shades
First use of PPG-Gentex electrochromic window shades in business, general aviation
"PPG Industries’ (NYSE:PPG) aerospace transparencies business and Gentex Corporation (NASDAQ:GNTX) will supply electrochromic window shade systems to Hawker Beechcraft Corporation for the passenger-cabin windows of the 2010 **Beechcraft King Air 350i** airplane, according to PPG, Gentex and HBC officials. The airplane will be the first in general and business aviation with electrically dimmable window shades as **standard equipment** and only the second aircraft program to use the technology developed by PPG and Gentex.
From yesterday's PR:
Electronically Dimmable Windows (EDWs) using patented SPD-Smart light-control technology invented by Research Frontiers REFR, -0.82% and supplied by InspecTech Aero Service, have been selected as *standard equipment* on the King Air C90GTx, the King Air 250, and the **King Air 350i.**
"and replacing Gentex/PPG EC on the KingAir 350i."
How do we know that? Any sources? links?
If true, this would be new significant development