Apparently longs are so accustomed to loosing money , what's another $.18 ?
You got it wrong .
The stock goes higher on delusion but tends to go lower after dilution .
Sony also had a great interest in developing OLED tv's . So what ?
"Sony and Panasonic have reportedly ended an 18-month-old partnership aimed at mass-producing OLED panels for large displays and televisions."
Sony is no chump . They haven't taken an equity stake. Just dabbling like Pioneer .
I agree . Any prospective investor will want to see delisting off the table . If AT has found another chump the only question is what the discount off the current PPS will be .
Also Russia is the world's largest oil producer . What do you think will happen if they demand gold instead of dollars for payment ?
Media thinks Putin is backing down . They don't have a clue . Russia & China to dump treasuries if US imposes sanctions . Do some DD & get ahead of the herd .
Richarded , 10Q from 11/19/2013 show Warrants Outstanding , Sept 30,2013 at 7,207,075 . Less 694,300 just reported as converted leaves 6,512,775 . Most I believe are exercisable at $2.25 . Any volume rallies with a decent price bump will see conversion & sales knocking the price back down . Company pumping that raises the price helps allows warrant conversion . Good for VUZI (money in coffer) . Good for those converting & selling (free money). Bad for buy & hold shareholders (dilution) .
Certainly a big deal or partnership can materialize but I've been burned before waiting for the big payday that never comes while the big cats make all the money selling into the rallies then shorting it back down . I'm gonna try their strategy for a while .
Here's a review of the Avegant Glyph :
I just tried the Avegant Glyph
February 5, 2014 in Uncategorized
My verdict is it's overhyped. With the optics they have, it's a pretty similar experience to the Sony HMZ-series HMDs. Yes, the display technology is definitely an improvement, but after a lot of fiddling with IPD and focus I could never quite get a clear image in both eyes at once where part of the image wasn't distorted by the optics. It's not final hardware, but the adjustments were similar to the HMZ and I had similar results with the HMZ after similar amounts of fiddling.
Also, with the limited fov, I definitely didn't feel like I was looking at a large screen at a reasonable distance. It felt like looking at a small screen fairly far away. Compared to a Rift-enabled "theater experience" it's night and day. The latter feels luxurious and comfortable.
The best way I can think of to describe the Glyph viewing experience is it was like watching TV through binoculars. Attempting an equivalent analogy, the Rift is more like sitting in an IMAX theater under a mosquito net while wearing a thick pair of glasses. Part of that feeling (of using binoculars) may have come from having to support the Glyph manually -- it can't sit comfortably on your face. But we were assured that would be worked out before they begin production and I have no reason to doubt them.
I'm a contractor & I would look at one . They are ruggedized & waterproof . I used to carry a military grade Nextel but they have gone out of business . All you would need to run your business .