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mikeemarc 1 post  |  Last Activity: Nov 4, 2014 8:08 PM Member since: Apr 10, 2003
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    Dear Surrealskiller

    by panelized Nov 4, 2014 2:58 PM
    mikeemarc mikeemarc Nov 4, 2014 8:08 PM Flag

    I too am a long timer but with few posts.. and as much as I have share the angst over the years.. I respectively disagree that management should become managers of the stock and not the business. Some ask that they support it when it drops but what about if it were to make large runs based on some industry news to values that were unjustified.. should management then talk it down? before you know it.. they will be watching this board as meticulously as many of us longs do. Again I would rather them focus on the business. Lets be realistic and appreciate that there are so many variables in this equation that yes analysts can spin it as they wish and will take advantage as the big players can. If anything this company has done an incredible job to build this business thus far with huge risks along the way... but with huge risks come huge rewards. Management a few years ago acknowledged that TV's and lighting were quite a few years and they have been pretty accurate. Why the rush now? Billions are being spent on new capacity. If there is a run up it will come quick but I can just imagine experiencing the same angst then (with a smile of course) as to whether one should continue to hold for more or cash in. As I have said before in my few previous posts and I will repeat.. companies in my experience that do nothing but tout their stock end up spending time and money defending themselves against lawsuits. I would hate to OLED turn into one of those. Good luck to us all, not just this Thursday, but in the coming years.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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