I got this ad from Motley Fool for one of their newsletters today, the one that talks about a brand inside a brand, e.g., Intel Inside. To me it seemed to be describing Dolbey. The email also had a five year chart of the "mystery" company's stock price. So I pulled up the DLB five year chart on finance.yahoo, and the data only goes back about two years. Could anyone tell me what I am missing? Thanks for your help.
I'm not pumping Ladies and Gentlemen, but Drsonny43, your post caught my attention.
I follow DLB, FLIR and this one... MVIS
You might find this interesting. Read the last sentence.
"Microvision went from working on 30 different projects last year to focusing on fewer than five of the most promising ones this year.
Tokman's boldest ambition is to move from a small number of specialized products to ubiquitous core technology that works inside any electronics display. Borrowing a term from Intel, he calls the concept "Microvision Inside."
I got the same email and had the same reaction. DLB went public in February 2005 when Ray Dolby decided it was time. The company has (obviously) been around much longer. The "chart" on Motley Fool is not a true representation of DLB's stock price history, just a gimmick to get you interested. Well, FWIW, I am interested in DLB, doing the DD. Might pick up some. I would never, on the other hand, subscribe to the service they're offering. Anyway, good luck.