You're going to be one happy fellow then as we progress toward June. Many, many ops for you.
Tells us where this phase is going or when it will end. Give us a good figure so we can make some back. Give us a timeline for news or results or partnerships, Dr. Kim doesn't seem to know. One solid year now of nothing but dilution and lost partnerships and partnerships that never came to pass. I would value some good information or data from anyone. If you can help him with this please do as I think he has tripped over his ego and it is costing this company big time. Any cheaper and we will lose the company altogether. A chump bid will get attention of a lot of players at these valuations. He needs a reality check. Next time anyone in Plymouth Meeting passes him in the hall, slap him upside the head for us and see if there is anybody at home, any reaction you get will be appreciated by a lot of folks.
last year to no credibility this year. What a turn around he engineered. Wish he could turn it the other way. Used to be able to do it with his mouth and wallet. Now he is so quiet I can almost hear him breathe, and his wallet seems to be empty.
More on P2 results? Data on 3112 not good? Ebola not working? Peer Review sucks? 1400 making people sick? Dr. Kim continuing as CEO and everything else? What did I miss. Got my buy at $7.50, put another in at $7. Really hoped it wouldn't fill, but Kim has done nothing in a year now that produced any shareholder value, and it looks like he doesn't have anything to prevent the continued decline of value.
Many, many, many and I shot off an email indicating just what your post states this evening. I didn't mince words either, not that they care, but your post is just what I told them many investors were feeling.
He's lost his ability to drive the pps. I think the P2 results were viewed as a huge miss by the street and he couldn't sell it as a huge positive. The pps told the story, dropping for three weeks straight until the purchases by him and Morton Collins. I'm sure the Dwarfing statements were made thinking the P2 results would be great and off set the RS impact. That and the milestone payment on the launch of 5150 which turned out to be a bomb left Dr. Kim dazed, without any ammunition to counter the financial impact of all the new trials and impending P3. As far as momentum is concerned he lost it all due to these events and the silence means he has nothing in the chamber to shoot. If investors see it this way then we are going down a significant amount more. If he is indeed sitting on data from 3112 and letting this happen to investors and the company he should get some additional help in the finance dept. He seems to be a great visionary, but doesn't see the pitfalls that his big mouth can cause. Issuing shares down the road at $7, or even $6 is a disaster when we were $13 not that long ago. WE NEED A PARTNERSHIP.
You know geo, I have thought about that myself and I also have thought that they may be quiet because they are taking the company private. Kinda of Tokmans way of saying thank you small time chumps for financing this little venture for me and the boys. Crazy huh, just sayin'. Awfully quiet and nothing said about the Celluon launch which has to be viewed by MVIS as a notable event in our company's history, maybe?
No update on 3112 worries me because they should have data by now and lord knows, we need some good data to change things here. Dr. Kim wasn't in a hurry to get into Ebola when it was hot and we waited and lost momentum. Now we sit with no momentum and await news that we don't know how long it will be in getting here, and watch the big money beat the pps like a drum to acquire cheap shares. The life of an RS.
I know I'm going to get a lot of comments here for this but I couldn't help but thinking that back I the 40's when I was a kid how they did marketing to kids. I can remember very vividly getting out of school and right outside on the sidewalk, within a block of the school, there were three guys with yoyo's. They held crowds of about 100 to 150 kids and some adults, and they put on a show of Duncan or Cheerio yoyo's and sold them to the boys and girls in the crowd. They would mesmerize us with their skill doing tricks with one and two yoyo's at a time. They would tell us they would return in a week and we would have an opportunity to buy again, and we couldn't wait. Before long all the stores would be selling the yoyo's and almost every kid had to have one. Hours of fun for all.
Could it be that we may see the time when we could find a guy or gal outside of a Microsoft, Apple, or Breakstone store with a Picoair in their hand projecting an image on the wall for everyone to see as they shop the Mall? How much attention could this bring to the masses? How much interest would something like that generate? Would young people be as amazed as we were watching the yoyo salesman demonstrate the new tech yoyo's and save our nickels and dimes for next week so we could buy the newest and best? Times sure have changed, but the roadmap is the same. It's all in the marketing. Make the retail stores want and demand the product.
I know we will have profits micro. It is just my way of putting an imaginary boot to managements butt to let them know that we investors would like to see some genuine upbeat PR on their part. Never has the company been in such a decent position before and they let the opportunity slide by as if it didn't happen. A good salesman or CEO would take the opportunity to shout it from the roof tops to let the world know our tech has been validated by some very savy, first rate companies, and accepted by some of the best reviewers. Not here. Doesn't that irk you just a bit?