It's a winner...the trade-show event mentioned over the CC , indeed, was a spectacular showing for Jone's. This offering will be introduced into wide-area retail locations, very soon. You would be remiss as a retail CS not to realize its potential to make your CS different, special, and the place to stop and shop. CS want customers visits. This offering w/ draw them in.
of course not....this quiet period, along with indiscriminate market selling-pressure, is a prescription for a punk day in micro-cap stocks. Never, ever, watch the news...it will drive you crazy with all of its negative stories that have absolutely no meaning, but to create more fear. News is the antithesis of well-being. Well-being, in all that you will be, is absolute. Stick to your own counsel...always, and take advantage of the fear it creates in securities you wish to own.
I have checked for availability, and found the cloud pet plush toys in stock at the three locations.
Spoke with officials from each of the above. I like what I hear. And, thus far, MVIS reported out developments in its latest CC that support the story. Each of these firms have made dramatic changes to operations, focus, with the exception of STOY. STOY is a company new in its product introduction, but has something extraordinary, along with seasoned, creative talent, from Disney.
They expect to become operationally sustainable over qtrs. 3 and 4 of the current year. The company is adding to the sales-force, but has 8.8M in cash and no debt. You may listen to the CC at the company's website. It will be available for one-year.
.....that will be old-news in a few weeks. Listen to the CC. We are on track, despite the fickle nature we display when buying and selling a security. Discount the emotional selling, and we are still left with a company enormously undervalued in comparison to its peers that has left the station into growth. The train has not de-railed, although, some will sell their shares believing that. it is their prerogative.
P.S. Added shares after-hours.
The CC was, on balance, supportive of the double-digit growth projections going forward. All investors should take the opportunity to listen to the details.
No horizon in sight for satisfying demand in this burgeoning industry of projection-applications. I expect Microvision to become, and remain, an OEM leader in the field.
$1.10, today, would confirm it.......