I was told by multiple sources that various field tests subjected sapphire to scratch and break tests against strengthened glass. It performs better on scratch resistance, but when you drop it, it is more likely than glass to break. Glass actually flexes and can absorb the shock of a drop more successfully than sapphire. Sapphire is prevalent on luxury watches and other products that don’t experience the same drop risk as smartphones.
Google: Time why apple didn't use sapphire iphone screens.
Still upsetting that they are waiting 2 weeks to release info. Begs to ask, why they don't just come out with it? What's the prep time for? Thoughts??
As PJ put's it i'm not trying to put any salt in your wounds. Just trying to see how bigger players are allocating their portfolios on spec plays that's all. And no everything real estate included. Thanks for the help. No offense.
Sorry to hear JD. What % of your entire portfolio was GTAT for you, if you don't mind me asking?
Steven, this is an honest question actually. So you clearly are actively watching/trading the markets and being involved on this message board. What have you found to help with not going insane while watching a stock like this whipsaw with having such a large position? And what are some things you do to combat looking at a 150K loss on paper, physically and/or mentally?