Everything is going to be serious competition, we can't even seem to be able to get a good CC together. We have nothing to say about the biggest event in the company's history for gods sake. We have been at this guys mercy for ten long years and he can't get one timeline right in all that time. Am I missing something?
I don't thing anything. Tokman is a loser. THis guy is as basic as sin and he doesn't exhibit any skills what so ever. That is why it is so easy for Bull2 and Slumpy and TG to make money off this mess. Tokman doesn't give a rats #$%$ about shareholders, it is his salary he is focused on and getting our shares.
That's a bummer. I see you are busy making MVIS a real gem by eliminating all the common sense discussions about the management and the tech in general. Should go to the moon now.
Isn't this Tokman guy a hoot. He never seems to seize the opportunity and he never explains what has happened when opportunity slides through his fingers.
So we could remind him of statements made to investors that never seem to happen, of timelines that are always missed. Of contracts and deals that never get to fruition. Yeah, he needs a memory card slot for sure.
Isn't this awful. All the things on the table and the launch of our first real product and MVIS management has nothing to say. No help for Celluon from Sony or MVIS and no contract to boot. All that potential news and we sit here at two bucks. Just where does the street put Tokman's value at, minus $4 a share? I would love to take 1 share of SNE for 4 shares of MVIS and be rid of management. I'm afraid Sony knows they have Tokman over a barrel and are taking advantage. We should know soon enough because he has to have a CC under the law, as much as he hates doing it.
Looking forward to this CC on the broken clock theory, so if it is a little late I'm considering the new fiscal year for Sony, close to April 1.
Why would he cry, he'll get a great deal if the company succeeds or fails and is bought up by big pharma. He gets options every year, he won't lose a dime and it isn't at risk either. RETAIL takes the risks and they get nothing if the CEO screws up. Looking for accountability isn't crying in my book.
That's what investors need and want, accountability. I don't care how much money he threw at this spec stock, he is making money every day, and if he sells the company down the road, he will make out like a bandit. No, he isn't worried, he will get a sweetheart deal no matter what goes down, success or sell. The guys and gals who pay the bills and take the risks are the small retail investors with no say in how their money is spent or taken care of. I have no arguments with shareholders who ask for credibility.