He's already done that , to me and a lot of long suffering holders. Time and time again he has gotten all of us longs. You aren't telling us anything we haven't already experienced from good ole Alex.
Granted. My difficulty is with management and the salaries and perks they are getting for what they have produced. If they were up front with the shareholders and not missing targets soo badly it would be a different story. The aggravation caused by Tokemans' statements of near success and timelines missed time after time drive me crazy. Here to see the end of this costly movie, but seeing the real chance of success in the foreseeable future. Still think management has done a poor job, and I am entitled to that, I paid for the privilege of letting him know that there are a lot of unhappy campers here.
BA, GLW, INO, INCY, SLW, MRO, GE, and a few mutual fund holdings. This one is the hardest. Holding for almost 6 years on positive CEO up dates of contracts and rah, rah indications from him that have never hit or came close to the mark. Take a look at some of company CEO's I have there. Not one of them has led investors on the goose chases Tokeman has led us on. I believe in accountability for failure as well as successes. I complained directly to Jim McNerney about the 787 damaging the company and my investment there, which is my core holding, and I let him have it. He addressed my concerns as well as a lot of other investors. People in CEO positions have to know their products and the tech involved and understand what it is going to take to bring that tech to a successful conclusion. Tokemans best attribute may just be he fell in love with the tech and the company he leads and will do anything to see it succeed. Hope he is right because I think he is muzzled by the legal department after his pumping and statements that missed the mark so badly. Would I have invested in this tech if I knew the CEO didn't understand the tech or the suppliers or what the customers minimum requirements were? Don't think so, at least not to the extent me and my partners did. All of them professional folks that consider him to be less than honest. Not a good thing for our credibility. All of us remain holders, disgusted, #$%$, and the company has almost nothing to say. Go Joe Spaz.
Thanks for your support guys and gals. Buck stops at the top and he should own up to his failings. Hoping for the eventual success of the tech and the value placed on the patents when that happens. In the meantime, we will look to Joe Spaz for support and try to ignore the freedom of speech Nazis.
I never said Alex was a creep, that is your definition. I said he was an inept fool with no credibility. And at 72, I would probably give you all you could take.
You are stating what has been obvious for years. Tokeman hasn't been able to deliver one. He is inept at best. He doesn't say anything to let investors know just where we are. The days of "First and Goal", and "Walk the talk", and "NO gating issues" are far behind us and he has been silent since. Credibility and respect damaged badly and he has nothing to say but NDA #$%$ which I am sick of hearing. He is terrible at what he does for investors.
Amen injun. Right on the head. And they don't do a dam thing to help the shareholders. No real PR department and no vision, and no effort.
They have never supported the people who have financed this operation for the last ten years and it doesn't take much to do it. They don't have to do anything but take the time.
One of the most pathetic performances I have ever seen from a company who doesn't support it's shareholders and is run by the most pathetic, inept CEO in America. For a company supposedly on the verge of success the silence is astonishing. Will it ever take some of the responsibility off of Joe Spaz and help shareholders? What a poor excuse for management.
That is one great dream you have there. You don't seem to be accounting for Tokeman still running this rudderless ship.
You see what kind of investors we have here? This is what retail does, no wonder Dr. Kim wants to beat the heii out of them.
Biggest tell tale for me was just 2M shares. Why issue more when they will be able to get a heck of a lot more for them soon enough. Tells me AT knows the price of MVIS shares is going up and pretty soon.
I don't doubt it, that is why I am still here with a lot of shares and a lot of cash.