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To: Josef Svejk who wrote (2849)6/8/1999 10:28:00 PM
From: Herb Blair
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Interesting perspective from another thread Message 10036902

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To: Herb Blair who wrote (2850)6/8/1999 10:30:00 PM
From: Lola
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More fun, yippeee! Tell them to short their brains out! Lola:)

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To: Herb Blair who wrote (2850)6/8/1999 11:17:00 PM
From: Josef Svejk
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Humbly report, Herbert, we've had his perspective here before. Check this thread, you'll see why he posted there, not here.

However, in my humble opinion, Pancho is no slouch. Seen his fundamental research before, and it's been good. Here is a sample: #reply-10041103.

So we know what the short side thinks. Worth considering to me:

#reply-10041161 & #reply-10041206

Thanks!

Cheers,

Svejk
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To: Lola who wrote (2851)6/8/1999 11:23:00 PM
From: dwight martin
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Mr. Hed has strong views, often supported by facts, and he is not hesitant to voice them. One of his picks recently was HAUP before the big rise. He also got treated rather stiffly when he ventured onto this thread, but deservedly so, IMO, because he had not taken the time fully to research the stock, nor did he appear to understand the implications of VRD technology.

Nevertheless, his words carry some weight with me. How can anyone think that there will be an uninterrupted rise in the price of MVIS shares from now until 2010? I will be converting all or most of my warrants into shares, one share for every two warrants, and keeping the "profit" for the probable easing of the share price this summer. IMO it will take a string of REALLY BIG PRs to prevent any slippage, and I'm willing to miss a little short-term gain if that happens.

IMO, it won't really matter what you have paid for this stock if you buy it this year. Your gain will be determined by your hold time, and for my shares, that's 5 years or more.

Obviously, we make our own decisions on our own info, and I'm not advising anyone or recommending anything here, just stating my views.

Also, look at: techstocks.com 

I doubt Hed shorted MVIS, but I don't actually know what he did. Maybe RaserX does.

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To: Herb Blair who wrote (2850)6/8/1999 11:24:00 PM
From: Obewon
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Not the best news I've heard today.

MileHigh, Zeev Hed, Pluvia, and the others on that thread are not the type of people/investors I was hoping we would attract to this thread. The fact that they have apparently noticed MVIS will NOT be beneficial to the stock price as they attempt to manipulate the market to depress the price.

My skepticism level with regard to all non-company released MVIS news just went into the red.

That being said, I have to concede to their point that MVIS is a cash-eating machine probably about two years from large scale commercial production of a product. (And anyone who doesn't realize this needs to look a little harder at their investment.)

Obewon

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To: dwight martin who wrote (2853)6/8/1999 11:30:00 PM
From: Lola
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Agreed, there are many right answers to the same questions and it does depend on your hold time.

Thanks for your very informative post.

Good luck with your investments and trading.

Lola:)

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To: Obewon who wrote (2854)6/9/1999 12:06:00 AM
From: Ben Wa
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You were kind of cute in that film I just saw.

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To: Lola who wrote (2855)6/9/1999 12:41:00 AM
From: dwight martin
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"Microvision brings to the ISPOMT team the capability to commercialize the technical advances of other ISPOMT team members. This technology has the potential to achieve breakthrough advances in numerous visual applications such as cockpit situation awareness, manufacturing plan design and operation, and medical diagnostics and surgery."


This excerpt, unless I am guilty of an excess of exegesis, places a premium on MVIS' ability to "commercialize" ("to cause to yield pecuniary profit") [M-W 2d Int'l] the advances of the other members. Now, surely MVIS is a pimple on Polaroid's or Rockwell's back (just now, anyway) and is virtually (heh) invisible compared to Ford. So what is it that gives MVIS this ability to lead these giants through to the market when they can't do it themselves (a fair reading if the PR)? Is it the VRD engine or is it the IP portfolio relating to MEMOS (micro-electro-mechano-optical systems) or is it both?

BTW, recall that there was some buzz a month or so ago about commercialization in late 1999 of the entoptic perimetry device.

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To: dwight martin who wrote (2857)6/9/1999 12:52:00 AM
From: Lola
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Now I have to look all this stuff up. Good thing I'm technical when it comes to this stuff. I will read and let you know my take on it tomorrow.

Thanks for posting that, it could make the difference between flying and not flying. But it sounds like it flys. I'll let you know in the AM what I think of all this technical mumbo jumbo. I may not understand too much about TA but I actually do understand this kind of technical stuff. My background is in electronics.

Lola:)

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To: Lola who wrote (2858)6/9/1999 1:16:00 AM
From: dwight martin
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Ellowellaye, I don't know what you mean by looking up "all this stuff." My questions were largely rhetorical, meant to highlight what appears to be MVIS' dynamite positioning astride the path of development of so many technologies. But let us know what you find.

Later.

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