Not necessarily something bad happening at HSOL. As others have rightly said, markets are very jittery these days and people are less in the mood for buying anything risky. I'd say it's more to do with that than anything else.
While i agree the price could drop to $1.60 next week (only IF the CC is viewed negatively or the general markets suddenly become risk averse), i still think MVIS might have good prospects in the long term. The tech is just so interesting.
"News is imminent" is a misleading title. I hope for your sake that you are right and you get what you want. However, news may not be imminent. It could be a long time before any news comes. If news does come in the near future, it may or may not be the sort of news you're hoping for. Nobody other than a handful of people really know what contract has been signed (if any).
Benjamin Graham, the father of security analysis famously said that while "in the short run the stock market is a voting machine, in the long run it is a weighing machine."
What he meant was that while gossip around the hottest trends moves prices in any given year, it is company valuations versus fundamentals that drive prices in the long run. Might i be so bold as to say that the long run downward trend of MVIS could be seen as a reflection of that process? Might i suggest that new retail investors at least consider this and not underestimate the potential downside risk involved with MVIS. Personally i like the technology, but remain cautious.
In defense of those nerds (some of them wealthy nerds), the influx of retail investors bringing the market to new highs is often a sign for wall street to pull out. As you know, this can happen very suddenly. If you don't like those ominous opinions, there are analysts who say the market will keep rising. Why not pitch your tent with the analysts whose opinions makes you feel better! (he he) 화이팅!
Who is Warren Buffet? ....Joke.
I'm sure that would be a sign of encouragement for MVIS if that were the case.
Despite Yellen's warning of a bubble in the small cap sector, investors still ploughed money in yesterday. Whether the market goes on and up, or goes belly up remains to be seen. Keep your eyes peeled everyone.
Yesterday somebody said that someone bought 1 million dollars of MVIS on another apple rumor. Be fearful when others are greedy.' A slow steady increase would be more reassuring. This sudden rise from $1.55 a few weeks ago might backfire very quickly IF there's no substance to back it up. No more bloody rumours please, just some verifiable evidence from MVIS or its potential partners please.
I'm glad you say "restless nights" which brings back into focus the reality of the situation. MVIS's potential success is still uncertain. You said "sooner or later we will get good air time." ....MIGHT get good air time......HOPE TO get good air time. These sentences would be more accurate. There has been an air of triumphalism on this board of late. Longs deserve some recompense for their suffering over the years, but this is still early days and bad news COULD still be on the horizon....or NO news. Just trying to bring people down to earth. That's reality at the moment as i see it.
A philosophical question...with the Dow Jones at a historic high of 17,000 and with some economists warning of a stock market crash in 2014....
...How do you think MVIS would fare if the unthinkable happened? Would it continue to move independently of the market as it has often done, or would it be directly affected?
Maybe there’d be an initial negative reaction, but then money would quickly flow back in? Maybe investors in MVIS have a high tolerance for risk and MVIS would continue to attract people looking for potentially big gains? I know this is a little off topic, just wondering that’s all.
Witty answer. Point well taken. I don't have any position yet (hence the question), but i do like MVIS tech. I'm interested but cautious.
Given the current high price of $2 being hinged on the anticipation of an imminent announcement...what are the ramifications of no annoucement next week? (or another vague announcment that leaves investors hanging).
...While the near-term threat of those past ghosts are thankfully no longer haunting MVIS (except dilution), the increased effort of MVIS public relations in keeping investors informed of the latest development projects is to be welcomed.
MVIS employees are making great progress with their technological developments (as they have done for so many years). However, inspite of the hype since the Sony development project being announced there still remains for many potential investors doubt and uncertainty in relation to whether a product will actually be made and sold in significant numbers within the next few years.
Some claim that there is a new paradigm shift with MVIS that will come to fruition (hopefully). But at the same time, one could say there has also been a paradigm shift on the investor's side who will not be so easily convinced by just more development projects that might possibly result in the sale of products which may lead to a profit.
Some claim that the MVIS pps should be much higher that it is today, but those people should not be too surprised if MVIS returns back to a more familiar trading range of $1.03 - $ 1.35 (as unpalatable as that may seem).
A contract showing an actual profit to be made would of course change everything and many potential investors who are currently unconvinced by the recent chatter will then come on board.
Remember the old VHS v Betamax battle in the 80's? Betamax was the better video tape technology but lost out to VHS for a number of reasons. I'd like MVIS (definitely the best tech) to do well, but am still concerned about whether it's still a few years of development away before we see the adoption of PicoP.
I'm still here...on an almost daily basis (sad to say).
I'm in cash and just waiting to see what happens over the next few weeks.