Should not be overlooked IMHO. Good Luck.
The backing and filling executed by institutional managers/traders, will provide solid support for the continued move higher. Good luck to all.
This company and its new technology is an explosive long term gain, which is just in its infancy. The market and Bio Industry is just starting to recognize the growth. Hold on for real ROI. Time is on your side.
Should be interesting.
Yes even the KKK has freedom of speech in our great country, but the writers of our constitution were probably hoping that decency would prevail and the defenders of our freedoms, We the People, would help to point it out. You appear to be defending the opposite.
Verbal terrorism differs from terrorism in one aspect only. It does not engage in violence, physical or threatened. Its primary aim is to disrupt discourse, the legitimate exchange of ideas, with the proliferation of a single view to the detriment of all others. It uses such rhetorical devices commonly associated with propaganda; including, but not exclusive to, repetition, corruption of logic and reasoning (logical fallacies), manipulation of discourse, misrepresentation, de-contextualisation, attacking the credibility of perceived protagonists. With its obsessive need being the control of debate, it is not unusual to see an attempt to deflect debate from its course, forcing fellow debaters into polarised positions.
Microvision must begin to exhibit sustainable revenue growth and expansion of customer base. Their technology has matured and is deserving but their lack of investor relations is causing their weak market cap.
Institutions came away with a positive outlook, which should become evident over the next several weeks.
have been adding to their positions.
However, while OLED technology may not be taking off in the TV market, the mobile market is another story. Certain types of OLED displays can curve, bend, and even have the potential to be flexible. Corning CEO Wendell Weeks smells opportunity. "[Y]ou could potentially conform [OLEDs] behind a nice piece of our Corning Gorilla Glass and get a very different customer experience where you'd have displays bending around corners, and therefore very small bezels, and long term, the potential for a flexible display," he said in the company's most recent earnings call.
Currently, OLEDs make up only about 10% of the mobile market, but according to Weeks, Corning has captured a "very, very, very high market share" in this space. He intimated that new OLED products featuring Corning glass might be coming soon but declined to offer specifics, citing customer confidentiality.