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To: Auger50 who wrote (18230)8/7/2016 11:58:29 AM
From: JubilationT
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To annualize the extremely low # of 1626 take rate would be unfair since you have even pointed out that 120K was the total expected on the high side.

We can't say for certainty anything about the #s except after they happen. And for this we would have to give it two more quarters. (That is if the company keeps to the non-transparency policy) We can hope that what JH says about the take rate being higher than expected comes true when total production ramps up.

I expect revenues to follow suit or else the company will be looking for cash. If that kind of scenario happens, I'm sure that there will be a mass exit.

On the positive side, MB is not the only source of revenue. You put together the marine, airplanes, partitions, and I believe inroads into architectural is happening, I can imagine what this could generate years to come.

Just getting a different view from my end now.

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To: Auger50 who wrote (18234)8/8/2016 8:44:35 AM
From: dimtint
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"Apparently this car (Mclaren) will be using "electrochromic glass" or maybe spd glass as most writers don't know the difference. "
Here's a perfect example:

http://www.motortrend.com/news/lincoln-continental-concept-first-look/
<<Look up to see the sky through an electrochromic sunroof. If you’ve flown on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, you’ve seen this technology in the windows, replacing the sunshades. Woodhouse says Lincoln would love to do the same for the windows in future cars as a way to eliminate the complicated shutters and drapes found across all of saloondom>>

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From: Auger508/8/2016 10:14:32 AM
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Refr can't control when press releases are made, but Joe and Seth could do their part in buying stock to show a little confidence in the future.

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To: Auger50 who wrote (18238)8/8/2016 10:23:08 AM
From: davegreen
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...or maybe they are not buying because they don't have much confidence in the future.

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To: Auger50 who wrote (18238)8/8/2016 10:23:25 AM
From: JubilationT
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Maybe we are in a period that prohibits them from buying since they may be privy to inside info. (As Dixon stated a while back)

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To: Auger50 who wrote (18238)8/8/2016 10:47:30 AM
From: dimtint
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It's the flip side of persuading institutional investors and then disappointing for a bunch of quarters. They are generally, faster money, more performance driven than retail. They punish stock price when they all get out together.

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From: DashernComet8/8/2016 10:49:19 AM
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It seems the market is showing its response to Joe's Baloney last Thursday.

Welcome to the Terrible Two's!


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To: JubilationT who wrote (18240)8/8/2016 11:13:20 AM
From: davegreen
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It's possible JT. Unfortunately I don't think Joe or Seth have purchased any shares for several months, if not years. In fairness to them though, they do get "rewarded" with decent size equity grants every year.

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From: JubilationT8/8/2016 11:39:25 AM
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Well, Rancon proved to be right, we're in the two's.

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From: JubilationT8/8/2016 1:20:46 PM
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We're passing through an inflection point alright. At these price levels I'd say that it's a good buy out candidate for someone.

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