USGA was the first to make this public. I just happened to stumble upon the video.
A portion of the translation that was linked to your post can't be stressed enough in discussing the price. If anyone believes that spd glass will not continue to penetrate the glass industry market, they really need to step back and think twice about their thoughts. If the price and the lack of marketing remains constant then the penetration will be a slow process. However, if the infrastructure takes steps to lower prices and jointly market products featuring spd, then acceleration of spd into the market place will reach the "beginning" of mass penetration in a few years.
There appears to be no continuity amongst the licensees in regards to marketing whatsoever and this falls squarely on the shoulders of RFI. Shareholders need to pound Mgt. and BOD's to make this happen. Otherwise they will continue to see a lackluster ROI as the folks at RFI seem to be satisfied to collect salaries and add to share totals as they do realize that eventually the share price will appreciate enough for the amount of shares accumulated. There is only one group of shareholders that RFI is interested in pleasing and those are the ones that walk through the doors at Woodbury.
I don't know Mr. Dyer,and I don't believe he really knew or anticipated what he was getting involved with when he initiated coverage of REFR. But if it truly was an attempt to get his company's foot in the door to participate in the upcoming PIPE then there may be trouble ahead. Hopefully that will be completely unfounded, but this company has done a lot worse to shareholders in the past.
Many of us would just for once like to be able to concentrate on the expansion of spd glass and technology into the market and the accumulation of revenues. Now that would make for a pleasant conversation on this board.
Looks like the driver has an eye patch on, maybe he darkens the driver side by switching the patch to his left eye, and to darken the passenger side he switches the patch to his right eye. It is a very cheap version so there will not be much in the way of royalties.
IAnd great idea................ the SPD Eye Patch. Just imagine, anyone who wears everyone who wears an eye patch will want one. I have no idea why they would want one, but I didn't know why anyone would want SPD oven doors or refrigerator doors, or airplane windows, butt plugs (was that just someone's joke?...help me out here).
Similarly, the $1200 SPD wine cooler, ambulance windows, sunglasses all seemed unnecessary to all but the "strong buys," who never ever bought a single SPD application anywhere.
that's why we can have fun in this REFR sandbox.
About %45,000 in REFR stock was traded today. The world is hungry for this stuff.