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Microvision Inc. Message Board

  • onestinjun90 onestinjun90 Jul 3, 2013 9:56 PM Flag


    Anyone have a take on why there is virtually zero shares being traded. I know some will say that no one is selling but I don't think it can be that simple.

    By the same rule if someone wanted to buy and thought this was a good deal here why not spend, say $2.60 or $2.65? I can see there being a dearth of buying if the general wisdom was that they were still a year or more away from any real revenues. That's what the post on the blog would seem to indicate but I'd be interested in other theories.

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