My feeling is that AT had rose colored glqasses when it came to Corning. He wasn't getting the results promissed by them and took their word without waiting for results that could be substantiated. It was always the same thing and I distinctly remember an analyst question about green lasers back when, and he followed up with Alec you're going to have to give us numbers soon. His reply was patience, just a little longer. He didn't have his eye on the ball in my opinion, but opinions are everywhere on this board. The second problem is that we weren't even close to going to market with the engine we had and didn't have a good feel for what the customers wanted before they were willing to commit. Easy to look back now and see these things and how short our product was then and what it is now. The problem is that the CEO didn't see it and/or didn't understand it, and I think that was his job.
Will the ocmpany succeed and AT be vindicated? Hope so.
You know, it was great too hear to hear tthat, but what Alex said today is just another quote he will be known for in the months ahead. Weather or not he is right this time is something I have yearned for since 2009, and that he is right just once, JUST ONCE.
They will issue more shares as needed but keep in mind the float is so small that it will take little revenue to propel this pps much higher. That is the way new tech works. This one has been brutal, but the wait is going to be worth the pain if everything develops on a timely basis. Seems to me that the roadblocks are falling fast.
And the jerk gets to speak and tank the pps again on Thursday. The SA articles are right on the money and it hurts to think he is so enept and doesn't get any better at this.
And with no support from the company or Alec Tokman it is going to get a lot smaller.
To bring new tech and new products to market. We choose to be part of the big picture and that includes risks as well a profit. Something brought you folks here in the first place and if it was only profit without risk, you are in the wrong place. They call this a spec play and I have a few, but I feel more secure in this spec play as I do owning BA. After looking at the progress this company has made in this very difficult field of medicine and the quality of the staff and new execs just hired I have little doubt in the outcome of my investment here. I applaud the decisions made by Dr. Kim so far and expect this one to stand out as one of the best. JMHO
Well, they need something. Ford dropped them yesterday in favor of Blackberry. Wonder what is happening there that we may connect to us. Ford has one of the best systems for phone access in cars now.
If it isn't the NSA banging BA shares its the DOD. Tough sledding from here on out for BA. No more big years like last year. Jimmy started the action with the CC and now we will be lucky to see 10% per year.
Everybodoy has contractual obligations we are no different. Tokman could of welcomed Sony aboard as the first F100 company to adopt the MVIS leading tech and said this was a watershed event for MVIS. Not hard to indicate more is comming. The way it was presented by MVIS left investors wondering if this is the only fish he has on the line. More questions for investors than answers as usual. He simply stayed true to form and opened the door for more shorting and dropping the pps back to $2. The guy is bad at what he does period. Joe Spazz would do a much better job as CEO than Tokman. Tokman is responsaible to cast a bright light on MVIS and he doesn't and it is not because of contractual obligations.