I'm sure that the development of the glasses will be incremental. That's the American way of business. Like cars, started with power driver's seat, then power front seats; power driver's mirror, then passenger's; heated driver's seat, then passenger, then rear seats. You get the picture.
Bottom line is that HIMX is the direct beneficiary of the progress no matter how incrementally small or large.
If this growth potential occurs, HIMX will grow exponentially as well. This bodes well for HIMX. Great article Sbac
I believe the marvel news will provide lift for himx.
Great find, Sbac, as usual, and the story appears on Fox News website today. This is a substantial application of the technology to modern medicine. State of the art science is no longer the future; it's the present.
As i've posted before about institutional ownership, Renaissance Technologies is a major owner. When Renaissance takes an interest in a company, I follow. Do your due diligence on Renaissance and you'll know why I've reached such a decision.
Sbac, stop personalizing it. Those of us who read your "informative" messages are more than happy to see your many messages. You don't have to defend yourself or your posts. Keep posting your finds and stop replying to those who attack you as the messenger. spend more time searching and posting and less time attacking or defending those who assault you. JMHO.
Do you think Google relied on Columbine's advice or expertise when it decided to purchase an interest in HIMX?
If Google thought HIMX was good enough to buy a piece of, then HIMX is good enough for me to invest in. I picked up Trip around the time that John Malone bought out Barry Diller and also picked up VRSN around time that Warren Buffett bought it. My DD is nowhere near as good as Malone's or Buffett's, but I'm wise enough to know that they have forgotten more than I'll ever know.
in Q2 of 13's press release for that ER. For those who remember, the company guided net revenues to decline 5 to 12 % as compared to Q2 of 13. If the net revenues beat this guidance, the stock should spike upward significantly.
Anyone who likes dogs is A-ok in my book. Keep up the great, not good, work, SBaplusus.
BTW, when he made his bid in BBRY, I took a stake in his company. It's called investing my friends. Thanks PW.
his bid. Oh, I know, boasting shorters don't like to be confused with facts.
Over four decades ago, my wife took math courses at Stony Brook University with Simons. In 1982, Simons founded Renaissance Technologies, a private hedge fund investment company based in Setauket, New York with over $15 billion under management. Simons retired at the end of 2009, as CEO, of what is one of the world's most successful hedge fund companies. Simons' net worth is estimated to be $10.6 billion.