Behind door #1? Alec Tokeman, come on down. Tell the investing audience what you have for us behind the curtain you old rattlesnake. Let the games begin. Put the ping pong paddles down and give us a clue. The world knows now LBS is the way to go and the future is ours. Sign 'em up big guy.
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.
Yes, I have all those little gems tucked away in my head. Good week ahead, me thinks.
Really cool mirro, hope you're right. The connection is there so I've been looking for something and this is great. Don't know where you get this stuff, but keep it coming.
You have to be a trader to make it in retail. Since Goldman bought Bush and eliminated the uptic rule to get access to the IRA money in retail accounts it has been ever more obvious. An uneducated investor getting taken by the fund management in the form of fees and advisory roles and working men and women with little investment knowledge trying to insure their own retirement made a gift to the big investment banks and hedge funds. I do believe that investment banks and hedge funds make up almost all the US stock market and I'll bet that retail investment is down huge since 2000. Fighting the big super computers without any protection from the SEC is an awesome challenge for retail. Their ability to take a company down is amazing without rules and I'm surprised Bush and Paulson aren't VP's at Goldman.
As a side note, I did add today and will hold this level for some time. I do believe Sony has to start getting their investment back sooner rather than later.
Sony is the key and Tokman is Tokman. Why would he consider shareholders at this point in our travels? Although it is up to our customers to announce there is nothing prohibiting MVIS from keeping us informed as to the progress being made on the laser front and the power and size fronts. I have always questioned Tokmans abilities and will never understand his reluctance to provide investors decent information to attract additional or new investment here. I also don't think he gives a dam as we approach the ASM and don't really look for anything we don't already know. Tokman is Tokman.
Actually dsaur, I'm not. The issues have fallen as far as I'm concerned and time is no longer an issue. Small caps are a breed of their own and violent, so we will have our great days and so so days, but they all are going to be good. I can't even issue a smart azzed comment at Tokman and gang, that's how relaxed I am.
Cramer and his friends don't want to buy it while it is up. Once they feed at the pig pen they will recommend it and it will move much quicker. Relax, the issues are falling like dominos.
"Who was it that insulted me", pick somebody, your choice.
This is so easy to take down. I don't care how many shares you lock up at your brokers, these guys have their own rules and there is no stopping them. I watched Blackrock tear a company to shreds for the past two months. Retail has absolutely no say in the actions of the market. We could be 99.9% retail and the Goldmans of the world would smack our azzes at will. That is the US market.
Dam Jack, I did the same thing along with my partner. I bought a lot at $1.42 and he got in at $1.10 I believe. Rode that puppy for many years and sold most in the $20's. Still have some for reminding me. I found MVIS through GLW and bought in lightly until AT started his Pumping and then my partner and I went in much bigger. Here we are today, still holding and have averaged down as much as we could. Looking for the rewards of holding this tech soon, it is why we hung around.
Are you nuts? Dr. Kim himself just valued this company at $2 pre split. That shows me that is the only interest he could get for us, pipeline and all. Don't you think Kim was shopping last week at $10.50 and $10, and $9.50, and $9? Think man, this didn't just fall off a turnip truck. Nobody is willing to pay any more. What I want to know is what is the pending news that is making him grab whatever he can with a year or so until P3? I don't need a Wharton education to see red flags and a poor financing in my face. I have watched all day as posters explained it away with statements to ease the bruises this guy just administered. You make excuses for poor execution for this guy all the time, just look at the obvious for a second.
Well gentlemen, I did my best with the CES up dates as I received reports. I hope you will do the same and give us some of your deep thoughts on what you see and hear at the ASM.
The company doesn't give us anything new to discuss. You can only talk about the past and the failures to deliver on the part of Dr. Kim. Many, many of us are so disappointed in his performance and lack of partners for this great tech. These failures have soured longs and potential investors on the company, which had no trouble getting attention last year, and will continue to haunt us until Dr. Kim delivers on some of his rantings.