Although I have you on ignore, I decided to see if you perhaps would say something that made sense. No. Back on ignore. I hope you are getting some sort of coaching or counseling in your life. I'm sure it would serve you and those around you (and those of us on the board who do not have you on ignore), well.
So how many people bought more at .16? I was tempted, but after buying almost 19,000 shares at $4.50 I was shell shocked and couldn't bring myself to buy any more. Break even is a long ways away.
Been in Universal Display since the late 90s. What do folks think the long-term (5 - 10 year) potential is, in terms of market value?
My point, since I have to spell it out for you, is that there has been plenty of opportunity to make money in OLED. And, that there will be further opportunity. We all make money and lose money on stocks. No one is correct 100% of the time. My goal is to be more right than wrong. Your goal seems to be to be a jerk, and you're clearly very successful at it.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Are you serious? 15 years ago this was a $5 stock. It went up to $52 a share a while back. 1000% in less than 15 years is not a a good enough ROI for you? I got on the train at $5, off the train too soon and then got back on sooner than I should have at $37. But that was my poor investment decision making that led me to make $30K instead of $250K had I just held on and got out at $50. But I didn't. You are clueless.
I have Samsung Tab S 8.4 with an OLED screen. I compared it to the Apple Air and it was to me a night and day difference. The Apple looked totally washed out. It is obvious to me, at least, that in a couple of years all tablet/laptop screens will be OLED.
Having been in OLED for the past 15 years, perhaps I shouldn't be surprised, but I would think that given this is a lead story on CNN, our stock would be up instead of down almost 2.5%. I wonder if Universal Display's invisibility when it comes to flexible screens and LG TVs, etc., is once again the issue.
I think it's so ridiculous that he would even issue that press release. As Al Gore would say, it ain't over until all the votes are counted. This is my problem with Wise-- he has seemed so over-the-top with his attacks against current management. And, to be fair, so has management. Who to believe? Assertions versus assertions. I felt like I was voting in the dark. I voted for current management only because FORD is profitable. Hard to argue with that. Could it be more profitable? Of course. Whoever winds up being management, that is all I care about. Good luck to us all.
Given how much the company is worth if it sold all its assets and contracts, it's a screaming buy here (although I would wait until next year to get the last of the tax-loss selling out of the way, first).
I hear you. If Wise wins out I will not be upset about it even given how I voted. The infighting of the past several months has been a huge negative for the company, impacting share price. I'll be glad to get this over with, however it turns out. Thanks for all your input.
I thought Wise made some compelling arguments for replacing the current board. Unfortunately, I found his plans for the future nebulous and the qualifications of his board members unimpressive. Business addresses were home addresses- consultants. I was torn as to how to place my vote because I believe both Wise and the current CEO made good points but also both, depending on whose assertions one believes, are self-serving. The question is does that self-servanthood (to coin a word) extend in a way to benefit the shareholder? I dunno and don't know going forward. Given the turnaround of FORD over the last 2 years, I decided to stick with the current crew. Time will tell if I made the correct decision. Not happy either way.