Aaaagggggghhhhhhhh ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha......Oh.....ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha......Stop it Cletus my boy you're going to give me hiccups!! That was funny!!!!!!!!
Poor Cletus. Your ridiculous attempts at bravado just make you look angry and frustrated. You are, and always have been, wrong about Microvision. Face it, you have never gotten a single call or prediction right despite trying for ten years.
But please keep posting. Your self delusion is hilarious!!
Let's see Snow. It's now a year and a half since multiple DGL manufacturers came on line. It's a year and a quarter since Pioneer signed their first PO. It's Nine months since the agreement was signed with the GF100 company. It's four years since the Launch to the first of three OEM's. It's Three Years since sales agreements were signed with WoweeOne, Seeser, Esplus and a couple of others.
And you really think that in the next 180 days they are going to, not only, announce something but announce something that will be backed up by someone other than Tokman? Really? How much Cool-Aid have you had???
What I am is someone who has been right about Microvision and Tokman all along. What you are is either a paid pom-pom waver, a chronic liar or someone who is so utterly clueless about investing that you really can't string two coherent thoughts together within five years of each.
Every single post you have ever made about rocket ships to the moon, trains and Alik lighting em up has been proven to be utterly baseless. You don't have a clue and you prove that every time you post.
And no let up in the Ping-Pong tournament. Another five trading days to go (and does anyone really expect that next week the stock will gain 20%?) Monday December 16 the Warning letter goes out and then we'll start the delisting count down. Oh, Goody Gum-Drops!!!!
Sheesh! You are even dumber than your Birdy friend.
It is just a true observation. The last time Tokman was buying on the open market he bought a boat load of shares in the run up to the RS in an attempt to give shareholders a little confidence. In hind sight he was just trying to get as many bag holders as he could. Hence the infamous "The RS Vote is just a contingency" comment 21 hours before announcing a 1:8 reverse split.
Anyway you slice it Tokman is a chronic liar. So, if he's buying on the open market now I'd be very nervous if I was a long.
It's 30 business days. So, you don't count weekends or holidays. Just days the markets are open and that would include the half day last Friday. Day 30 is, funnily enough, Friday the 13th. They will get a letter stating that unless they trade with a market cap of a minimum of $50million for a 10 trading day period in the following 90 Calendar days they will be delisted on the Nasdaq and will have to trade on the OTC market. That would see the share price of this go to, perhaps, 10 or 15 cents.
In other words it would be an effing disaster for the company and the shareholders. But not necessarily the insiders.
You know Cletus, I get it. I really do. In fact, we all get it. Your anger, frustration and angst are there for all to see. your "LOATHSOME" rants are your way of trying to vent some of that frustration and anger but you are directing it in the wrong direction.
The Board and Tokman, in particular, is the body that has lost you all your investment. Despite your attempts at bravado any shares you own have lost the vast majority of their value. In short Cletus, you have lost a lot of money and you're angry about it. We all get it. We know.
You desperately want this to succeed and every single day when you look at the shares you have your frustration almost chokes you. The very best you can ever hope for is that at some mythical point on the future this stock will trade at $3 or $4 a share. It might, one day. But I will guarantee you this: Microvision will NEVER, at any point in time, trade at $30 or $40 a share which is where it will need to trade at for you to simply break even.
I am happy to be the recipient of your "LOATHSOME" anger and frustration. It always brings a smile to my face reading your little rambles. But at some point you need to face reality and admit to yourself that there is a problem. It is NOT because of some mythical hedge fund manager manipulating the share price that has caused Microvision to lose 99% of it's value in the last four years. It's crass bad management. You're a sucker Cletus who is directing his anger in the wrong place.
Oh God! Another pom-pom waver!.
OK, while I am willing to make the leap of logic and concede that you might have looked at the 10Q I will challenge you because I don't think you understood what it said.
""As of November 8, 2013 there are 31,657,000 shares of the company's common stock outstanding." (Perhaps you are under the impression that the unexercised stock options count as shares outstanding? They do not. Until someone actually PAYS money for them they are not outstanding.)
So, muffin top, 31,657,000 shares are outstanding at the moment. 50/31.657 = 1.5794.
So we'll leave Day 22 where it is and we'll close day 23 today in Non-compliance with the listing requirements of Nasdaq.
So, come on now, fess up! How many of you pom-pom waving "Investors" bought on the way up yesterday thinking lift off had arrived? Benjin probably did. Any more??????
Think about your reply for a moment Doubledowner. Chances are that VWN is at least partially correct and there will be another dilution soon. If that does turn out to be the case and that happens before any positive news is announced, based on where the stock is trading now it could very well see the stock trading around $1 or a little lower.
So, if you think that might be true then what you should do is sell the shares you have, even if you take a loss. Then with the same money you get for your sale buy back after the dilution and for the same amount of money you sold your existing shares you can buy those shares back plus another 10 or 15% as many that will, in effect, be free shares.
Even when the stock is going down there are ways to limit your losses and be much better positioned if an upturn does come.