funny your fake phone number doesn't go anywhere..
I guess you want me to post my REAL phone number right? LOSER!
I agree with all. charts looking good and just waiting for news to break out. as long as their paperwork was in order, they should get 5mg approval on or the day or two after the 6th. that should be enough to pop it. Nay Sayers, cover your short positions now.
Did you guys see the most recent post on the E&A page on FB from six hours ago? The picture shows prepare for battle and above that it reads: Get some shuteye tonight, Commanders. You won’t want to miss the beginning of the battle.
Maybe a tomorrow launch? That would be great.
Fake phone number goes to nowhere this liar is hilarious!
And tomorrow or day after there is a great chance to go even much lower after very disappointing earnings with very dark future. Smart CEO got out even FDA "approval" as he knew this was only on the paper but real World will prove otherwise. And he was right on the money!
I agree. While I am fed up with bad business decisions along the way, I still see potential here provided they can stay away from these vultures. My purchase today is based on what I think will be the outcome of this most recent lawsuit.
While I admit I am frustrated, I remain patient and will wait another 6 yrs if I have to.
I will ride this to zero or 1.00+. No way am I selling into the games these shysters are playing.
Small position, and I'm actually having fun seeing this all unfold.
Of course, letting hardworking people keep and spend their own money is less productive than letting unproductive losers spend it.
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"That brings up the question of battery life, though; the HoloLens hardware is certainly graphically and computationally demanding, no matter how juiced up its SoC may be. One saving grace, though, could involve the display. Thinking of a smartphone as a closed system, those bright, hi-res displays are hard on battery life. However, the HoloLens has a projection system, not an actual display. It pushes the visuals through its lenses and visor for your eyes to behold. It's possible that this method demands a great deal less from the battery than a smartphone would.
Indeed, in a blog post, Microsoft said that the HoloLens employs an "advanced optical projection system." It further read, "The see-through lenses generate multi-dimensional full-color images with very low-latency so you can see holographic objects in the physical world."
Microsoft also noted that this projection system stays synced with the multiple "advanced" sensors on the headset.
The visor assembly actually consists of two parts. There's the transparent rounded shield portion that you can clearly see in pictures of the headset, but there are a pair of lenses that are closer to your eyes, too. Microsoft called these "high definition" lenses, but that tells us little. Are they 720p or 1080p? Is that for each eye, or the combined image?"
If any of these law firms ask a judge to subpoena the 50% data, that OREX has had since October 2014 and finished full review in Q1 2015, than this will most likely become a class action lawsuit. The probability of an ambulance chaser doing this is, virtually, 100%.
That leaves us in an interesting place; does OREX release the 50% data before a subpoena? Are there enough losses to justify legal action?
Maybe. But dis Steve Cohen open up a gigantic mobile gaming market in China for Zynga or was he just an investor.
Two very different things.