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sensibull2 262 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 23, 2014 9:58 AM Member since: Aug 1, 2010
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  • sensibull2 by sensibull2 Dec 23, 2014 9:58 AM Flag

    So 2014 has turned out to be exactly like every year that has gone before. Huge missed timelines, no contracts, a few "development" deals and Crickets. Tokman strikes again.

    2015 is shaping up to be another lost year. with Q1 dilution just about the only thing on the immediate horizon. What a sorry sack Tokman is and what a desperate bunch the pom-pom wavers are turning in to.

    I'm off to the Mountains for a Christmas vacation with Snow, Skiing and Santa. Merry Christmas everyone.

  • Reply to

    Glyn Eastwood needs money for Christmas dinner

    by microwishin Dec 18, 2014 12:25 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 22, 2014 8:52 AM Flag

    I admit to being any and all aliases and ID's you care to think I am.

    Now, how about you answer the original question. Why have you been telling anyone that would listen to you for ten years that you were buying constantly yet you claim to only having "a few shares" bought at higher prices. You have been caught in a lie Cletus now stop changing the subject.

  • Reply to

    Glyn Eastwood needs money for Christmas dinner

    by microwishin Dec 18, 2014 12:25 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 19, 2014 5:42 PM Flag

    Come on now Cletus, If you want to think I'm any or all of those ID's and ANY others, go right ahead. Jeffers is just as dumb as you and he's also welcome to think I'm any ID he likes. It makes no difference.

    "You and Stu kept your dignity"? Really? Would you like to address the issue of Stu's lies? He was caught in some whoppers and admitted to telling everyone to buy while he was selling. In fact that ID lied so much it had to be retired because you couldn't keep all the lies straight any more. A good thing really. After all, him boasting of "whipping out his show for the neighborhood kids" was creepy in the extreme.

    Now, regardless of who asks the question would you like to answer why you lied for ten years or why you are lying now? You have said, on many, many occasions that you were buying all you could all the way down. Why do you now claim to only have "a few shares" bought at higher prices? why have you lied for ten years? Onestinjun90 busted you. Your #$%$ is grass and she mowed it!

  • Reply to

    Glyn Eastwood needs money for Christmas dinner

    by microwishin Dec 18, 2014 12:25 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 19, 2014 4:05 PM Flag

    You can believe I'm whatever ID's you like. Off the top of my head, Banjophet, Glynthegin, Onestinjun90, Sharacuda, Hillerby55 and stillinshock. I'm sure there are more I just can't remember now. Fair to say, you think I'm anyone that doesn't agree with you. OK, I admit to being all of those ID's and any others you can think of.

    Now, would you like to answer the question as to why you have spent the last 10 years telling anyone that would listen to do like you and buy all the shares of Microvision you could? As I remember you even advocated selling your Granny's jewelry to get money to but shares and told people to do like you and never sell a single share.

    To use your own words, to ride the shares all the way down from the highs. But now you say you didn't practice what you preached. that you only had a "few" shares. Why would you lie like that? what is it about Microvision pom-pom wavers that makes them lie constantly?

    I remember your other ID, Sturocks also making that same slip a while ago. Claiming to have sold all his shares at much higher prices while at the same time imploring others to buy as many shares as possible. Then he just disappeared. Caught in his own web of lies and deceit. Much like you are now.

  • Reply to

    Glyn Eastwood needs money for Christmas dinner

    by microwishin Dec 18, 2014 12:25 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 19, 2014 2:00 PM Flag

    Ah, I'm onestinjun90 as well now? Just how many ID's do you think I have?

    Rather than hide behind your nonsense, as you usually do, why not reply to her. She does make a very good point and, after all, you brought up that you had never sold a share, you claimed, that you were buying at every opportunity for ten years and you now say you only had "a few" shares. It doesn't add up.

    All she's asking for is a little clarification on what you have said. Surely, someone with a giant Brian like you should be able to come up with something? Or you could just fall back on what you usually do. Avoid the questions and change the subject to your pet gripes.

    Now, go get a bucket of water to put out the fire in your pants.

  • Reply to

    Glyn Eastwood needs money for Christmas dinner

    by microwishin Dec 18, 2014 12:25 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 19, 2014 11:29 AM Flag

    Looks like you are busted Cletus my boy. She just handed you your knuts in a basket!

    Outstanding Injun! You nailed the guy!

  • Reply to

    In for a Christmas Nibble.

    by sensibull2 Dec 18, 2014 11:16 AM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 18, 2014 12:07 PM Flag

    Short up to 10k shares at $1.75 or better. I don't want to hold the position overnight so cover at $1.70 or better or in the last 30 minutes of trading. Not difficult or complicated at all. But it was obvious that the stock will trade in a very narrow range. I placed the trade more out of curiosity than anything else. but a few hundred dollars will buy Christmas Dinner.

  • Talking to my broker this morning I decided to have a little pre-Christmas nibble. I put a 10k share sell order in at $1.75 and told him I wanted whatever he managed to get covered at the end of the trading day. Last I looked I only had 5.7k shares and i'l only getting 100 and 200 at a time.

    you never know, I might make a few hundred bucks for Christmas drinks.

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 18, 2014 10:23 AM Flag

    You really have no idea how to play this game, do you!

  • Reply to

    An Impossible Fantasy is popular but...

    by tinyprojector Dec 16, 2014 1:50 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 17, 2014 9:45 AM Flag

    The ShowWX was a not particularly good projector that could not be viewed in anything other than a dark room and each one was sold at a massive loss. The ShowWX debacle cost Microvision's shareholders untold millions of Dollars and contained a technology that couldn't be made in anything other than prototype numbers and at performance levels that the market found unacceptable.

    Other than that the ShowWX was a resounding success.

  • Reply to

    An Impossible Fantasy is popular but...

    by tinyprojector Dec 16, 2014 1:50 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 16, 2014 8:28 PM Flag

    But but but............................................

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 16, 2014 8:24 PM Flag

    But but but I've been right about EVERYTHING up to now. And you have been wrong about everything.

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 16, 2014 5:11 PM Flag

    There is not a chance in hell of Microvision trading at $5 a share this year. There is not a chance in hell that Microvision will trade at $5 a share in 2015.

  • Reply to

    An Impossible Fantasy is popular but...

    by tinyprojector Dec 16, 2014 1:50 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 16, 2014 2:10 PM Flag

    So why do you think that all these companies that have launched various products that contain miniature projectors, from the bracelet to HUD's to tablets, why have none of them gone with Microvision's tech?

    At the very least it demonstrates that there are alternative solutions out there that are more readily available and, it's not unreasonable to assume, are less expensive than Microvision's tech.

    There has, supposedly, been products coming out for years that have "seeded" the miniature projection market. HUD's in cars are now pretty commonplace, there are miniature projectors available at Brookstone stores, available in Tablets and available as stand alone units. So why not a single product with Microvision inside on the market?

    Despite Pioneer and Sony, despite years of supposed development with a "tier one automotive OEM" and not a single solitary product containing Microvision's tech.

    It's always next week, next month, next year, the next big trade show, and Crickets. A couple of small "development" contracts in this entire year.

    It's never going to happen because there is something fundamentally wrong with the technology. Something that has made it impossible for some of the biggest and brightest OEM's in the world to create a product around. You can call the products that are out now all you want but they are out. They work. Microvision's technology is not out and clearly cannot be made to work in anything other than a lab setting.

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 15, 2014 12:43 PM Flag

    Well, it follows the pattern. It's always "Next Year" with these guys. For Tokman to say 'If we had Direct Green Lasers Four years ago we'd all be smiling now" is ridiculous. Of course everyone would be smiling. There wouldn't have been a 1:8 reverse split, the stock wouldn't have lost 98.5% of its value and Microvision might actually be a real trading company.

    The 'later this year" nonsense has also been done before. In 2009 he said they would "Launch later this summer". They announced the launch on the official last day of summer and the entire thing turned out to be a monumental lie. There is nothing to suggest that this time it will be any different. Tokman is incapable of telling the truth. He is a loser who will say anything that keeps his paycheck coming in. The man is unemployable in a real company so this is all about him dragging this out as long as possible.

  • Reply to

    Nothing yet?

    by stillinshock Dec 15, 2014 9:23 AM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 15, 2014 11:40 AM Flag

    Don't worry about me Chickenboy. I've got plenty of real money. I understand that you don't want to believe that's the case. You're a bitter old man. So go right ahead and live in your fantasy world. It doesn't change facts.

  • Reply to

    Nothing yet?

    by stillinshock Dec 15, 2014 9:23 AM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 15, 2014 9:53 AM Flag

    But didn't Tokman say "later this year"........................Or was that another lie?

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 13, 2014 6:48 PM Flag

    What's up Chicken? I'm waiting. Where and when do you want to meet so you can "do it for me". All mouth and trousers Chicken boy. You haven't got a clue. You can't even come up with your own material. Cletus does it far better than you can.

    I've made a lot of money and I'm going to make a lot more. Your silly little rants don't make a difference to that. Send me your address yitbox and I'll send you a post card from my next vacation........

  • sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 13, 2014 4:31 PM Flag

    Wow! You just don't get it do you Turniphead! On the day before December 9, 2012 Microvision's share price closed at $2.06. The day before you posted this it closed at $1.74. A loss over the period of the last two years of 15%. So anyone buying or owning shares on December 9 2012 has not only lost 15% of the value of their shares they have had their cash tied up in a losing investment for TWO Years. Two years during which the stock markets, all of them, have made huge gains. in that same time the Dow has gained over 31%.

    If you had 1,000 shares of Microvision and you had dumped them on December 9 2012 and bought the DOW you would have turned your $2,060 in to $2,698.60. Use the same money to buy back in to Microvision today and you would have turned your 1,000 shares in to 1,550 shares. Or 55% more shares than you bought and held for two years. Now let's take a best case scenario that the stock goes to $20 a share. Your original investment would be worth $20,000. For the same money but not blindly buying and holding you could have $31,000.

    because you don't know how to trade you leave $11,000 on the table. That's how you trade stocks. You don't buy, hold and tell yourself fairy stories you have read on a blog written by some Pit-yacker in a dress that has no idea what he's talking about. That's why we laugh at people like you. You want to be "Loyal Longs" and you call anyone that trades the stock a basher or worse. But Just with the money I have made by NOT holding Microvisions shares, when the time comes I'll make MILLIONS just with the money I have taken that YOU have left on the table.

    In short, you're an effing idiot that doesn't have a clue what you're doing or talking about. You have left thousands of dollars on the table and you don't think that's meaningful?!?!? You are certifiably insane.

  • Reply to

    Who can this be?

    by sensibull2 Dec 12, 2014 12:21 PM
    sensibull2 sensibull2 Dec 12, 2014 8:25 PM Flag

    Really?!? You think I was posting about finding that specific product interesting? That's really what popped in to your pea-Brian reading that article or my post?

    Truly astonishing!!

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