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From: bloodxus301/20/2006 10:52:05 AM
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Just joined and first I want to introduce my self before posting my thoughts and picks. My name is Jim and I live in Pennsylvania, USA.
Nice to be here with all of you fellow investors!

IMO EMA right now is looking for a nice bounce of bottom...
Here is the chart link:

I got in on this Wednesday and am simply waiting for the bounce to scalp her for about 15% - 20% IMO.

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To: bloodxus30 who wrote (9)1/20/2006 12:32:27 PM
From: The Ox
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They've been burning almost $3mil per quarter. Are they going to last? They better start selling some of their inventory or they'll be gone before we know it. I've been watching the company for a while but have found it hard to get excited about them as an investment.

Maybe the turnaround is here? I'll wait and see.

Good luck with your new purchase and welcome to SI. There are a lot of really good people on this website!


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From: pennyman311/23/2006 11:39:03 AM
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Latest I saw on Google Groups::

"(EMA) Emagin - Apple Ipod Partnering - Eyebud 800

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Date: 23 Jan 2006 08:26:00 -0800
Subject: (EMA) Emagin - Apple Ipod Partnering - Eyebud 800
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This may be why:

The Eyebud 800 personal display delivers high-resolution video from any
video-capable iPod or other personal video player. The SVGA (800 x 600)
display delivers full-color video at a full 60 Hz from handhelds
delivering SVGA, NTSC, or PAL signals. Its nearly 40-degree field of
view provides a virtual image equivalent to a 105-inch display viewed
from 12 ft. To complete the personal theatre experience, the display
system also includes high quality stereo earbuds and a noise-canceling

Maybe Apple will buy them out?"

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