Seems to me you retail guys just don't get it. How will institutions get their shares without days like today? These new friends of management won't count until the pps gets to $25 or better and they have taken all the retail shares they want. All this RS management nonsense to get a better class of investor and a five dollar point for the stuts is nuts. This is not going away until P2 changes the landscape one way or the other. Until the new players are satisfied and have all the retail shares they want, days like this will occur regularly. Here we sit at 2.50 and have struggled since the Wharton Wizzard decided to take a short cut to wealth. The RS is only going to pay off for us if the P2 numbers are great, so until then I will hold off raising Dr. Kim to Sainthood.
And where would that come from? The company? they haven't helped shareh/holders yet. Six years and counting just waiting for management to support shareholders just once. NDA's my butt.
Same story, six years and counting. Names change a bit, but the saga goes on and is always the same. Rocket ride, short squeeze, bed four, trannies ect. all the same #$%$ here. Oh yes, and Tokeman is still running the show.
Doubt it, we would of heard something official. A boost like that at this time would be priceless.
May be a long sleep. Been waiting 6 years now. They never make an attempt to support shareholders. Joe Spaz is as close as we will get.
Because it is so difficult to shed the stigma of an RS, they have a life of their own. You will never convince me it was a good thing.
Because we are playing a new game with a better class of investors. We are driving the retail side out and welcoming the big friends of management. That means we have to pay a price near term. they will be satisfied when they own over 50% or more of this company and Dr. Kim and group will be happy with retail gone. Listen to the early buyers who got in at .50 and can afford to stay here, "hold your shares, don't let them have them" is the battle cry. Unfortunately it is the folks who bought near $4 that are the target here and many of them will fall.
Nature of the business.
Are you saying we are "First and Goal", perhaps we are getting to "Walk the Talk", or maybe there are "NO gating Issues" going forward. Seems very familiar somehow.
Actually, I haven't missed anything. Been here and loaded for a long time. I don't believe Tokeman is the man to take this to the end. I have no confidence in his abilities as a CEO. I don't think he can stop the tech now that Sony is using their money and engineering to complete us. I have lost money that is true, but I have other spec plays that have done OK. I would just like to see Tokeman gone and the tech succeed with new blood. I am old and my values are not like the investors today, I believe in accountability and there isn't any here. Burns my butt. I will watch this movie to the end and hope to be here to see it.
Been there, done that. All the parts in plentiful supply and we have no contracts. Keep powder dry. Ten years and nothing from Tokeman but development contracts. Something soon or the tech is not ready. they say little so as not to have to answer questions from investors. NDA's bull.
Just one Mike to let us know
we are alive in Redmond. Ten years....nothing. Come on, how long will it be, 6 months meaning nothing for the Holiday season, 1 year for HUD maybe, and 18 months for embedded cell phone, perhaps? We need a real contract with some PR dam it.
What makes them think a better class of investor will put a stop to this action is beyond me. They want shares as cheap as they can get them and I look to see this action continue until they are sated. They have the power to do what they want and no matter how these retail folks say $12.50 today they don't have a clue. Welcome back by the way.
They don't give a darn about the company helping people they can make money fast using thesse tactics and that is the bottom line. Fast unregulated money for the sharks and a very cooperative SEC.
Love the chatter, but nobody ever takes into consideration the Tokeman inability factor. That is the biggest drawback I see to the tech and the business case.