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To: JubilationT who wrote (18201)8/4/2016 5:23:08 PM
From: davegreen
1 Recommendation   of 37271
 
Wow, revenue of $244K for the quarter. Cash is going to be gone even sooner than I thought. I have to go back and see how long it's been since revenue was that low. Frightening.

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To: davegreen who wrote (18203)8/4/2016 5:40:14 PM
From: aknahow
3 Recommendations   of 37271
 
davegreen, the call was not frightening. Except if one is short.

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To: aknahow who wrote (18204)8/4/2016 6:16:13 PM
From: poccidenarri
1 Recommendation   of 37271
 
I don't know about the call, but I did look at the chart.

If I were long, the chart would be frightening indeed.

Sadly, I am not short. Being short would be very comforting.

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To: davegreen who wrote (18203)8/4/2016 7:58:46 PM
From: JubilationT
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Disappointing? Yes, but expected as much. CC did mention partitions. Something new there. Looking forward to second half with production ramping up and take rate. Many things still shrouded in secrecy.

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From: aknahow8/4/2016 8:36:07 PM
2 Recommendations   of 37271
 
I think the near future looks bright. Very easy to say, "we have heard all this in the past", but that really is not correct.
  • The Company believes that the temporary factors causing reduced royalty income in the first half of 2016 to be short term, and the Company has been informed to expect increased production of vehicles in automotive and aircraft using the Company’s technology, as well as higher take rates on all cars offering the Magic Sky Control option, starting with the second half of 2016 when the 2017 model year cars are produced by Mercedes-Benz.
  • Production efficiencies are expected to continue and accelerate with the introduction of the higher vehicle production volumes for various car models going forward, and the Company expects that lower pricing per square foot of the Company’s technology could expand the market opportunities, adoption rates, and revenues for its technology in automotive and non-automotive applications.

  • The Company expects to generate additional royalty income from the near-term introduction of additional new car and aircraft models from other OEMS (original equipment manufacturers), continued growth of sales of products using the Company’s technology for the marine industry in yachts and other watercraft, in trains, in museums, and in larger architectural projects

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To: aknahow who wrote (18207)8/4/2016 9:31:39 PM
From: N. Dixon
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near-term introduction of additional new car and aircraft models from other OEMS
I like "near-term" "new.....OEMs"

That's new in aircraft and automobiles.

None of that is in the current stock price. Unreal bargain prices now that won't be available later in the year.

ND

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To: N. Dixon who wrote (18208)8/4/2016 11:02:32 PM
From: Alex
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i wonder if a "new" OEM is really Ford. We ALREADY know about Ford, so it can not be FORD, or can it be Ford?

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From: Auger508/5/2016 10:04:55 AM
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Market doesn't appreciate yesterday's results.

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To: Auger50 who wrote (18210)8/5/2016 10:08:21 AM
From: aknahow
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Very true. I did not appreciate the results, but believe that the info in the call is significant and bullish.

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To: poccidenarri who wrote (18205)8/5/2016 10:16:20 AM
From: davegreen
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Pocci, I'm not a technician by any means, but the financial results speak for themselves. While it seems like the stock has to go up since it's almost in the 2's, one can still lose 100% of an investment made even at these depressed levels. Call me Captain Obvious!

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