No vote, we need institutional investors and not totally dominated by retail. It does make a big difference.
Not negative at all, just looking for Sony's smaller and brighter to appear. They have had time to accomplish some new parameters and I was hoping to see an application this fall. Cell phone market is the biggie and someone is going to get it started. I would prefer it be Sony.
I think you may be right. I"m sitting here holding over 70K shares expecting Tokman to deliver. I suppose that makes you right, up big every day. You certainly have hit the nail on the head every day with that stupid post.
Well, I'll give you as much credit or more than I gave "shipping to the first of three OEM's". Your credibility with me is much higher than the other guys.
She was one of the main reasons I hung around all this time. I would of liked to see her buy some shares along with some other board members. Free doesn't thrill me.
I've been thinking that for 6 years now and I have based most of it on Tokmans word, ugh. When I see money changing hands I will know for sure. Tokman's smiles are a long way off of cash changing hands. F500, F100, F1000, I don't care, I want to see contracts signed and guidance given. For all I know good news next week will be followed by dilution again just to take the steam out of us.
We do all the buying. We can't do it all. We need some real tute interest to get it moving. I know we are doing the conferences next month so that is a positive for sure, but they should have someone doing this full time if the story is as good as we think. While they "smile" at us somebody should be screaming at the bigs.
First, let me state that I am long and have been for a long time. I see both sides here and you are all correct. The fact that the shorts have been in control for ten years, with the cooperation of the company, tells me they are not going away any time soon, because I haven't seen enough money change hands to signal big volume production yet. Tokman's pumps without follow through are as continuous as the short bashing. Yes, we have come a long way with Sony driving this train and the future looks good at this point, but until we get numbers we can understand, we don't even know how profitable we will be. This pps is where it should be and I had always thought that a name like Sony would command double digits for sure. Well, here we are expecting a reveal of sizable proportions next week from a big name and there doesn't seem to be a lot of interest outside of the usual "up big today" longs.
We have seen one company, an unknown, put a successful product out with great reviews. Next week I expect to see the same product with a Sony stamp, on steroids. Hopefully we get another product with the Sony name for the Holiday season and then we may see some interest from the market. We retail longs can buy just so many shares. Come on, Tokman has to do a better job of getting the story out there if it's as good as we think. I hate to put cash into "they were smiling" but will not give any guidance. At this point I had hoped to know how much we were making on each sale, and I don't.
With the markets pulling back and no leadership that I can see, I think big news next week and through the fall season could put MVIS on a lot of folks radar. What everyone wants now is a good growth stock just coming into its own, and we could fill that position for a lot investors if it is played right. This is what I consider another opportunity for management to step up and take advantage of what the market has handed them. Thoughts?
Tokman's ;negotiating skills are yet to be fully analyzed. We don't know why execpt that it was a priority at one time, and now it is a costly add on.
It's the way Tokman does business. School is still out as far as his negotiating abilities are concerned.