Post something factual or you are simply contributing to the spam on the board. You post trying to sound knowledgeable about things you have absolutely no understanding of. The numbers you posted on your message are wild guesses that contributes nothing other than a lame attempt by you to paint a picture that suits your own agenda.
When you post numbers post factual, real numbers or make it clear that what you are positing has absolutely no basis in reality.
Like how about you post that despite multiple PO's despite an $8 million advance, despite TWO products having been launched that total revenues in the last two quarters is less than $2 dollars. And how about you mention that after the latest call seemed to shift any chance of another product launch, another order or any meaningful revenue, to somewhere in the second half of the year at the earliest.
But you would rather engage in mindless speculation that has no basis in reality in a desperate attempt to make yourself look informed and make the prospects appear far better than they might be.
By all means, share, even speculate as long as you make it clear that's what you are doing, or shut up.
Not one single number you have here is true. This is simply what you WANT it to be. You are as big a liar as Stewart and you are a fool. No one should believe a single one of the numbers in this Fairy Tale. This is all lies.
Bravo Stewart. It is a good thing to get readers to understand lies and deceit. Alas, you are trying to name the wrong people.
Please tell everyone why you lied about buying shares and holding shares as the price fell from $46 to $1.03? You posted on this board every day that people should buy as many shares as they could. You posted about how you had loaded your boat at $22.40, $17.60 and $12 a share. You posted telling people that anyone selling shares was a scammer simply trying to get your shares for free.
And then you let it slip that you didn't, in fact, own a single share. That you had "sold your entire holding" at a much higher price and that you only started buying shares again in the low $1 range.
You are the biggest liar on the board Stewart. You have scammed people for years. Yet here you are trying the same old lies and accusing others of doing the very thing that you have done for years.
You are a liar and anyone believing a word you say is a fool.
Ah yes. We all know you were almost arrested for "whipping out your show" in front of the neighborhood kids and you were thrown out of many restaurants for bugging people with your Show while they were eating. Funnily enough, at the time you never mentioned you thought it was a proof of concept product. And if you bought TWO of them that just shows you are a fool.
But why not tell everyone why you lied for years about owning Microvision shares? You posted daily telling everyone to buy shares as the stock sank. But now you claim to have sold all the shares you owned at a massive loss and bought back in at or close to the all time low. Why did you lie??????
The call disappointed everyone because there was very little in the way of earnings. Everyone, EVERYONE, thought there would be more that 900k revenues. anyone now saying anything different is delusional and is lying. From an earning stand point it was very poor.
A stock that has a positive call does not lose ground. This sold off on the call simply because it disappointed. You're right about major announcements but the call is a review of earnings. Most expected some earnings or at least a substantially reduced loss YOY. They didn't get either.
Your assertion that this was a positive call is wrong. I'm not saying the future isn't still Rosy, but as calls go it gave no impetus for the stock at all.
You're prolific today Stewart. So while you are in the mood to post how about to tell everyone why you lied on this board for years. Claiming you were buying and holding and criticizing anyone who suggested selling shares, while, by your own admission, you had sold every share you had and taken a massive loss.
Why would you lie like that? Are you surprised that the only person who replies to you are your alter ego's Cletus and Vantviva/Scootman?
You're a liar Stewart. You have been busted time and time again. So why not tell everyone why you are a liar?
Again, I don't disagree with you. And while you and I might be prepared to wait a year or more to see a reasonable return the market, in general, isn't.
That's all I'm saying. It the market was willing to wait you would see buyers clamoring to get in yet other than the few days after the Sony announcement there has been very little in the way of buy side pressure.
$3.30ish might well turn out to be a fabulous entry point when we look back a year from now. But it could just as easily still be sat at $3.30 in a year and tying capital up for a year is a VERY expensive thing to do.
That's why guidance is needed. That's why they need to SHOW a little progress. They have talked a great game in the last six months But take away the hype and look at the RESULTS of the last six months you don't see any of the benefits that you would expect to see a company with multiple open PO's, a customer who has launched two products and a signed multi year agreement with a company like Sony.
They need to execute and they need to demonstraight that they have a business. Because of their history the potential is discounted. So we wait for an earnings call that has revenues somewhere beyond the pocket change that usually report. (remember this years Q1 was down against last years Q1 and last year they only had the Barista's revenues to report). Eventually they have to come right out and actually say We have a business here. Not just an investor cash black hole.
I agree, but they only look forward so far. I haven't changed my mind about the ultimate success of the tech. I am having serious doubts that we'll get any meaningful growth before Q4 this year at the earliest. Hence the stock not moving. It dropped quite a bit before the call on anticipation of a non-event, which it turned out to be.
So, as always we wait for someone, somewhere, to take a product to market in anything other than test market quantities. They had PO's in Q4 and we had a product launch in Q1. yet if you add the two quarters revenues together it didn't amount to very much.
So from a business point of view the last call was disappointing. And it highlighted, again, why things like a 8 year agreement with Sony are not a catalyst for a higher PPS. We have been involved with Sony at least a year and there is still very little to show for it.
When that changes the PPS will go up. Until that changes the best we can hope for not losing too much. And we are also now facing the prospect of hearing absolutely nothing until August.
An 8 year agreement with Sony means nothing without products and as they seem to be several quarters away from a product, at least, that agreement, whatever it might be, is irrelevant to the PPS today.
Any way you slice it the first quarter call and results were very disappointing especially coupled with the Q4 results. We have heard for months about PO's and agreements and even products launched yet from a revenue stand point Microvision has got virtually nothing out of all that in the last six months.
WOW! You really are a Muppet. And a clueless Muppet at that. "the message was clear" yet it took you listening to it SIX times to figure out what he said?!?!
You are flip flopping around more than Bruce Jenner just lately.
The "Sony 8 Year Deal" is irrelevant to todays share price. They just announced yet another quarter with virtually no revenues. The threat of dilution might be off the table for a while and that is priced in to the stock now. The Sony deal might well be profitable at some unknown point in the future but it does nothing for right now.
They need to announce some actual business. There have been no follow on orders announced. The Cellulon product doesn't seem like it has sold very many and they haven't got a repeat order in the works yet. So right now it's not that the market doesn't like it it's just teat the market thinks it's irrelevant.
I'm not currently short but Short shares have made a couple of million profit in the last few days. On paper at least. So what is it, exactly, they haven't learned?
If, what you say is true, and the PPS is going to increase very substantially, why would you tie your money up now waiting for that to happen? I'm Long but I won't be if we get to $3. I'll sell and use the money (including the profit I'm sitting on) to trade other shares. If something happens and the stock starts moving upwards then missing the first $1 of a $25 advance is irrelevant. And I won't be sitting on dead money for a long time.
That's exactly why I didn't buy in the $1 range. I could have done and then watched my money stagnate for a couple of years but I had my money working for me and when I did go long I got plenty of shares and I even have a paper profit on them.
I'll hold for a while longer but if I didn't already own the shares there is nothing at all right now that would make me want to buy. We have just had two awful quarter in a row. Q4 was horrible and Q1, taken as a quarterly results report was a disaster. I understand that the future might be bright but from a business point of view and from an investment point of view it doesn't make a very compelling story right now.
You mis-understand what I'm saying here. I think the technology is sound and I believe that Sony has faith in the tech. After all, we have been hearing how bullish Sony is on the Tech for a year now. yet from a business point of view it has resulted in virtually nothing yet.
From a business point of view and looking at the numbers in context I was expecting a lot more out of the quarter. As were everyone else. From a business point of view the results are abysmal. The "Future" is always painted bright. It has been for the last ten years. But they have NEVER delivered. Not even once. I was expecting this quarter to be different but this could have been a replay of any of the last two or three calls. THAT is disappointing. Anyway you slice it or wrap it up.
Are you sure it wasn't just a replay of a recording of the last CC? What they said this morning doesn't yet amount to a business. We are almost half way through 2015 and "revenues" of less than $1million is NOT a good call.