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Microvision Inc. Message Board

  • lo0c1f3r lo0c1f3r Jul 22, 2011 6:11 PM Flag

    The decision to invest in MVIS...

    Should be made based upon your reply to the following:

    Am I ready for holographs or do I believe that the future of displays is in holographs.

    If you've answered yes to either part of the above and you're vested in the success of MVIS by virtue of being a Shareholder, relaaaaaaaxxxxxx guyyyyyyyy.

    If you haven't already made a decision as to whether to buy, your answer to either part of the above should provide you with some guidance.

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    • I agree, the pom-pom waving MOFO's are lying to each other and trying to get new investors to buy shares at today greatly inflated price. They should be ashamed.

      As for the calculations they are just so much Pie in the Sky. They mean NOTHING as Microvision does not have a product to put into anything and won't have for at least another two years. Right now you have more chance of winning the Lottery than you have of getting rich holding Microvision shares

    • The part I can't figure out is why we have the Mofos here. The little guy (whether long or short) is vulnerable to extreme swings and should not feel smug. And the big guys would be crazy to leave IP addresses to track.

    • I disagree with your analysis. You could be right about the technology but still wrong about the company.

      For example, at the beginning of the 20th century, if you believed in the future of automobiles, you would have invested in car makers. However, if you had invested in the wrong car makers instead of Ford, you would have lost your money as many car makers died.

      Invest in the company, not in the technology.

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