theoretically , there is no limit ... as long as the vehicle of commerce is accepted , then trade will continue
to flourish and everything is fine ...
and YOU sir , are being a fine American capitalist consumer ... having choices is what it's all about ...
whatever happened to that banter (from military brass) that they wanted every field person to have an HMD ?
500 units is how much rev for Emagin ? 200 K ?
stock market is still crazed with growth , hence , the big money is ignoring Big Blue .. part of that dynamic is
some do not recognize growth potential in large companies ... once the "new reality " sinks in , they will be
back for more Big Blue shares ....
until these guys realize that the game is not only about revenues , but how a company is managed and that
it's more pracical to swap some rev for much larger margins , then you can expect that p/e to go lower before
it goes higher , thus keeping a lid on share price ... at some point the p/e will expand .. it will be good to own
a bunch of Big Blue by then .. this means that we are in an excellent accumulation phase .. no big hurry though ,
so a dollar cost average over the next 2 years will return very well ... add a little sugar , like increasing the
div and BIg Blue is an excellent long term investment at this tme .. garce
B&W will never die .. it's neat ... and when the coat hanger wear out , you can a free replacement ...
i'll bet the sound quality is also fine ... it seems to be very easy to sell American consumers on
things that they don't need ... g
sounds like you are pretty new to the stock market .. best advice is to watch , listen and learn ..
for one thing .. study up on how corporations structure their blanance sheets , taxes , cash flow and
your post would imply that you are a professional .. here's a few questions ...
1) what is the FCF for VZ
2) how much does it cost VZ to service their debt (interest payments)
3) VZ's div is 2.12 / share / year .. how much will that be in 100 years ?
4) How much has VZ been spending on capex over the past 10 years ?
5) How little will VZ be spending on capex over the next 10 years ?
answer these questions and you won't have to post such tripe as you have done so here ...
Being that i am a Zombie , the only investment opportunities for me are those stocks that are "dead money" ...
I'll take my dividends in bit coins, thank you ... garce
raf .. i would bet they can answer some of these tech questions on the CC ... also how are they
doing with stacking and getting rid of filters ?
they can do better swapping food stamps for beer/wine .. that stuff on C's list and ebay is probably from
Georgia (not the one that has Atlanta in it !) ... how difficult is it to counterfeit food stamps or a "card" ?
a lot easier than counterfeiting US currency and it does the same thing ... g
alas ... 100 camera makers could announce OLED displays and we wouldn't have a clue
which one is Eman's customer ... i cannot remember who posted it , that the camera companies operate in a cloaked fashion , yet some have already come out and said
whose OLED is inside ... still , it would be worth finding out what gets presented tomorrow ..
thanks for the heads up .. .g
eMagin officially announced their XGA OLED microdisplay for camera EVF (and other near-to-eye applications). The XGA096 OLED-XL is the company's smallest microdisplay ever (at 0.48" diagonal) and it features a 9.6 micro pixel design. it Actually has a resolution of 1036x780, or 12 extra rows and columns beyond XGA for optical alignment or extended image area. eMagin says they are already taking orders for samples of this new microdisplay.
We have heard a lot about this camera XGA EVF, and it's good to finally see a real product. During their latest conference call, eMagin reported that they missed their first EVF opportunity with a camera maker for an external EVF because they didn't have enough time to complete the module design. They hope to win the internal EVF contract and if so shipments wil begin in late 2013 or early 2014.
the pictures wouldn't copy ... g
as long as the govt allows US corporations to keep cash overseas , we are not going to
see robust growth ...
savings is antithetical to a capitalist market .. it hurts ... US corporations could probably
pump 85 billion/ month into the economy for 5 years or more ...
biggest problem with Obamacare seems to be a computer system that cannot handle the traffic ... rather
obvious that the govt is not using IBM services , or are operating ancient systems ... OR maybe the
system is an Oracle system ???
solve this thing ... order a Watson comuter !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
and GE seems to be nowhere near any of the minds of posters to these boards .. i don't get it ... do you
go to social sights and post stuff about a company or the markets ?? it's not as though there are not slews of
outlets for political banter , moreover the posters on those sights want to discuss politics ...
this doesn't make sense .. no wonder DC has the impression that Congress is in the business of herding
sheep !!!!!!!!!!! .... g