Another reason we cut ties with those losers. Hopefully, they have enough cash left to pay for that bottle labeling equipment unipixel left behind :)
Sure, but you need the other three first.
One fact you rely on but have yet to share any facts about is how unprofitable was XSense?
Drop was real.
Are you ready to acknowledge the company has customers, revenues, and a viable product?
I took from the last update - Dell's AIOs are out of play, but Intel can be added once they get their arms around the existing pipeline and processes
what about the longs?
two months ago, Unipixel had no product, no customers, and no revenue. Now, they have all three.
Well played mgmt.
I can't explain either the buying or the selling at this price during the last week. I was hoping one of the expert shorts on this board would clue the rest of us dumb folk into how this manipulation works, but either they don't know or they are not saying. I have a hard time believing they wouldn't rub it in - so my guess is they don't know.
JohnB says HB (or similar) are providing support at $3.50 and are about to pull the plug anytime... RxR says HB (or similar) are shorting this thing down to this level. But still I wait to see one explanation which can explain how the price hasn't moved on large volume.
What can be said about the apparent selling at $3.50? is that a bad sign?
Unfortunately, I don't.
I guess I understand why there would be a desire to hold the price down for a secondary - but who is buying? If there is a flood of shares to hold the price down - why wouldn't the acquirer allow it to drop?
There is certainly a function that is happening that I don't understand. - curious if anyone does.
What 'pegs' this stock to the $3.50 number for the last week?
That was their write-off amount. I think their outlay was close to $50 million.
lets give the guy credit... he advanced Unipixel's timeline 2+ years... Uni is on the accelerated path to bankruptcy or success. but vote down his compensation anyway - we need the money
Easy to the unenlightened is not so easy.
Can you provide an example strategy which they could employ for guaranteed profit?
only because you seem willing to give unsolicited advice to the needy, why would Hudson Bay chose to accelerate the payment of shares if they could have waited for the inevitable drop and collect more shares?
- if your answer is to get something before the unxl bankruptcy - does that imply they sold the shares already?
In that case, don't clue HP in on the in-cell revolution. They seem to like XSense. I have a feeling Intel may follow suit as they need a lot of touch sensors and I'm not sure in-cell will fit the bill. but I've been wrong before -- I guess time will tell.
What about the automotive market? Can display manufactures accommodate this segment? How are these manufacturers addressing curved and flexible displays? If you can believe what you read, it seems in-cell has its own issues to overcome.
Let's try a more positive approach to help the pixie faithful. If your take is metal mesh is DOA due to in-cell.... who can the faithful invest in to recoup our loses?
was there any more information about the company when you purchased at 23 or 11?
- sounds to me like you are another hindsight investment expert (and more likely a real JO - IMO).