|Your reply looks like a textbook instance of an investors confirmation bias... "I have put my money in it, therefore these problems are not problems, and will be overcome". |
Without having dug into the details of the patent disputes... it is a FACT that they will be resolve in the way those things tend to be resolved, given the way our system works. There will be a winner and a loser... and until that is resolved, the piles of money allocated for enabling future billion dollar IPO's will remain on the sidelines.
At a minimum... if you can't figure out how to just be patient and wait for it... you have to hedge your bets.
Even then, however, the inherent risk in your own bias continues... if you think the functionality of one idea... obviates all others. This concept might be made obsolete next year... by something even more brilliant that works better, costs less, and has no IP conflicts clouding it... as that is the way of the market.
Buying on a beautiful sunny day... right before a storm moves in... is not a good reason to declare, when the storm arrives... that weather doesn't matter. The sun may come out again... still only leaving you wishing you'd bought at the lows in the middle of the storm, instead of the highs ?