It is very discouraging to see the occasional (then sometimes frequent) rude and vulgar discourse on the message board.
I have been viewing this MB for years (share owner since 1998) and have seen the ups and downs on the MB. When it is "up" there are numerous posters that provide excellent analysis of UDC good and bad. I appreciate the posters that honestly provide negative opinions, fully thought out, as well as those that provide the positives, fully thought out.
It is the posters that have nothing better to do than post vulgar opinions, and when challenged, continue with their $#%^&*&^$ stream.
Some long time posters have tried to get the reasonable posters to move to OLED Info but that has not met with much success. I read and view both sites along with a few others.
It is frustrating to see the stock manipulated by the shorts, and it is easy because there are so few shares available. BUT time is on the "longs" side. OLED displays is the next display and lighting technology. Eventually the spammers and snorters, will leave because the company has proven its value by its revenue and profits that will not be denied.
Let's just try and keep this MB civil!
rich7011 = solterradactylus.
Same BS; spends all his time posting nonsense and is then gratified by all of the honest posters who respond. Trouble is, if someone does not respond there will be dozens of post by rich7011 for a day with no value.
I have been a stock holder since 1998. Since those early days there have been numerous posters: many have come and many have gone. Some are extremely annoying and not very knowledgeable and some extremely knowledgeable and believable. ZikZak is one of the most authoritative and honest posters on this Yahoo message board.
I will add my thanks to the chorus of those who appreciate your posts.
I saw one in LA earlier this week. My experience was exactly the same, the LG OLED 55inch TV was in a corner overshadowed by the 6 bigger screen LCD/LED TVs. When I asked a sales person about the TV they knew little about it including the difference. Honestly, to them it was just another TV. They did not have any to sell and there were no signs indicating that it was a new technology. The video playing on the TV was stunning BUT all the other TVs had football playing and everyone was more interested in the game than the TV. When I asked about playing the game on the LG OLED TV they eventually did change it but it was once again overwhelmed by the bigger TVs in the room. LG is going to have to do a much better job of PR'ing this TV.