Hasn't seemed right since the guidance. He has written off 2016 and the losses continue. He has not kept shareholders informed as to where we are with a ton of new devices being introduced. We don't know where we are with HUD which was a main attraction for us for years. We don't know anything about our relationships with vendors or OEM's. What we do know is that Sony is our only chance of survival and they treat us as a division of their conglomerate and Tokman as an employee who is not allowed to speak. Investors appear ready to revolt and a lot want a change in stewardship today. Does not seem right? No #$%$..
A lot of us have obligations that prohibit attending. I can't get a vacation any more and I would love to pose questions I have face to face. They sure don't like to answer tough questions easily avoided in print.
Nice thoughts, but I don't think they are interested in profitability. That is for shareholders to dream about, they are interested in keeping the water hose flowing with free shares.
Good reply double.
Not with that coach, what the heii are you thinking?
It has been that way forever #2. Management seems to have no confidence in their own performance to guide any higher. How many names have they dropped in the past that meant nothing. They will pump tomorrow without committal to anything and then dilute. The game is the same for Dopeman and crew.
Yeah, I agree with the 25M shares, but did they change medicine forever? Did they cure cancer? INO is a new ball game.
No time TAP, he had to prepare to address the shareholders tomorrow. Practicing on winking and smiling for the followers. Getting a new catch phrase for the sheep is hard for a non English speaking CEO.
Sony kept the lights on, they haven't done anything to make us profitable yet. I'm sure Sony is making money and doing well with our tech. In fact, they treat us as if they own the tech and Dopeman is just another employee.
I think they got a lot of no's S, but they will most likely get the votes the need. Time for action from investors. I'm thinking I am going to write each BOD member and voice my displeasure with management. Perhaps a group effort there may get some results.
HOw do you get a large sum of money when the best we seem capable of is $2? An offer of $6 would be over and above what Dopeman has done in ten years for this company. I can't believe how many zeros I see floating around this board by retail investors who most likely never went through a buy out. First thing on anybodies list is how much the patents are worth by sales. when a company has a lock on losing money like Dopeman does, the patents are not worth very much. Just because retail investors paid through the nose for those patents doesn't make them worth anything in Dopeman"s hands. I do believe they will be in short order, but right now they ain't worth the paper they are written on. Dopeman should respond to this under his Bull1 handle.
You dunce. I wouldn't spend the time or effort to watch that lazy Dopeman smile and take shareholders money and come away with nothing again. I already know what is coming. Take a look at the IV board see what trimbath posts. Almost every one of us with something to work with between our ears sees this guy for what he is. This tech is barely alive under his leadership and this company is barely functioning. You, the dumbbell of the board, are the biggest numb skull investor I have ever come across.
I started thinking that back in 2013, and I was right.