Incidentally, what I said came from a company director a long, long time ago. It was when they ditched the poison pill if my memory is correct. The timeline may not be accurate, but the quote is.
I believe that Mirro 7 isn't so far fetched in his analysis. I think this is the most vulnerable time for us as we head to commercialization on a large scale with the laser issue fading. The pps is very low and big players are all engaged in some form or another with MVIS tech. As the vastness of the market becomes clearer to the big money they will want to capture a big piece of the pie. I have seen it before, it does happen. That is the reason I mentioned the poison pill last month.
Seems to me that could of easily been explained before hand and saved a lot of market cap and anguish on the part of investors. Thinking ahead sometimes is a good thing even for Tokman.
Yep, that's how I see it. When the supply is flowing freely and no questions remain on supply side, you will see it advertised in many venues. Sony has to get their money back and they will do it when there no more questionable issues.
Well 009, I came to the conclusion that their lawyers told Tokman to keep his big yap shut back in 2012 and he has been silent ever since. Just my own observation.
Watchin' guys and gals Woohooin' for ten years now with truck loads of shares and they are not better off today than they were then. Heard that puts and end to dilution just two weeks ago and here we are with not guarantees that he won't come back in a month and to it again. Here we are after the CC and I still don't know what our requirements are and if we are producing smoothly and ramping up as expected. No numbers from anyone and dilution out of the blue. Market cap plunging on what I considered good news, poorly presented. Go figure.
Well, in all fairness, Tokman is still the man calling all the shots. That has to play into his opinions. I don't think anyone can deny where this tech is going and the support we have, but time and again Tokman has trumpeted deals and expected success with well known names that never happened. You don't have to tell me about lasers and cash and all the other problems that hampered our forward movement. Tokman brushed them all away and continued to pump this knowing full well we were years away form commercialization...Sony is the key for me, and it wasn't that long ago that i thought the same thing of Pioneer. I'm still here snow, but it is a hungry Sony that is keeping me, not Tokman. I think Andy should give Sony more credence.
I get the feeling that Tokman is the whole company with little to no input from others. Too many things appear to be scatter shot decisions without regard to just how it will appear to shareholders and the investors we are trying to attract. Maybe it's just me, but decisions seem to lack deep thought.
Puff pieces get the word out occasionally and I don't have a problem with companies grabbing a line or two to showcase their products.
You would never know it by the way they run it. Up to now it has been ten years of promises and statements to keep the company afloat that never panned out. That isn't a business as I see it, but it could be soon.
Does it seem as if the whole world is waiting for Tokmans next move? Are investors looking for something positive from them to counter the poorly timed ATM? Pick yourself up and get back in the game Alec.
Communication skills. They don't have any. Even without NDA's it would be a problem for them. I've been saying it for years, hire a good PR firm to dress Tokman up, or hire good PR person who can look at Tokman's statements and then rewrite so it make sense.
Ok, say that. Put it out there so it comes off without setting shareholders off and giving shorts more ammo. The perception investors have of management is poor enough without thinking of the consequences of their actions. The drop in market cap since last Thursday is startling, and it was a good CC for most of us and a good ATM if done right. These could of been positives instead of being viewed as negative events if done with some thought of what investors are going to think. These guys need real help in presenting data to the public.