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To: rdkflorida2 who wrote (7686)1/20/2022 10:15:02 AM
From: PJr
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I am thinking about taking a position in MVIS at these levels also. Do you care to share the disturbing info or do you have a link to the news so I can factor it into my decision? TIA

PJr

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To: PJr who wrote (7687)1/20/2022 4:25:39 PM
From: rdkflorida2
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Cash problems. Either iHUB or StockTwits. Try a Google search. I am not a fan of the stock at this time. Maybe a relief rally for a trade. GLTU. RDK

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To: PJr who wrote (7687)1/24/2022 10:11:36 AM
From: rdkflorida2
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Other than a dead cat bounce/relief rally MVIS looks to drop below a $1.00, IMHO. Then a R/S. BWDIK.

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To: rdkflorida2 who wrote (7689)1/24/2022 12:11:38 PM
From: PJr
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That actually wouldn't be so bad. I like their IP portfolio so I'll likely buy some at some point but I'm still waiting a bit to pull the trigger since I expect it to drop a little further. If they decide to hang it up, they've got value in their intellectual property that a lot of companies would love to own. I don't know if they have a cash problem or not. Their CEO as recently as this week says they've got sufficient cash to last this year and into next. They have no debt. It definitely belongs in the speculative wing of the portfolio. It's always fun to have two or three of those for entertainment. I flipped it several times this past summer when their share price was going wild. Without their IP, I wouldn't be looking at it.

Pass me the dice. C'mon seven. Baby needs new shoes!! <G>

PJr

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To: PJr who wrote (7690)1/24/2022 12:13:49 PM
From: rdkflorida2
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Traded it myself. I'm just watching for now. GLTU going forward. RDK

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From: Sultan2/4/2022 4:48:53 PM
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13G - Blackrock

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From: Sultan4/25/2022 7:18:38 PM
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MicroVision Track Testing—Full Video

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From: Sultan4/27/2022 9:39:13 PM
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MicroVision, Inc. (MVIS) CEO Sumit Sharma on Q1 2022 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

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From: Sultan4/28/2022 1:17:20 AM
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Earning call Presentation

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From: tktrimbath6/30/2022 8:07:00 PM
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My mid-year review of MVIS

INTRO Here's my semi-annual exercise to see if I remember why I own the stocks I own, and so I can check back and see if their stories have changed. I post in case it helps others too.

MicroVision

MVIS (market cap is $0.634B was $0.822B)

Oh, MicroVision; will it be yet again another 6-9 months, or 9-18 months, or longer?

MicroVision is a electronics sub-component manufacturer that is finally getting products to market for significant customers (Microsoft HOLOLENS) after decades of failed attempts. The company's key technology is a mirror-on-a-chip (MEMS) that can be oscillated to capture, produce, or capture and produce images in visible light and adjacent wavelengths. I see them as having the potential to disrupt the laptop market as significantly as the laptop disrupted the CRT market. Ironically, their method of creating an image is similar to the scanning method used in CRTs.

MicroVision should be a case study in business schools. Great potential. Too long gestation. Shifting business targets and markets. Unprofitable despite decades of effort. The company is in possibly its best financial condition, partly thanks to management's response during a recent buyout conjecture, meme status, and short squeeze. This year's focus is LiDAR for autonomous vehicles; but word of displays, home automation, and various NDA work continue.

For even more details, follow my blog's tags for MicroVision and MVIS, which reach back a decade.

trimbathcreative.net

trimbathcreative.net

DISCLOSURE LTBH since 1999 (though the very first shares are gone). Dilution no longer means that I have more than enough if the company finally succeeds and the stock reaches the heights I think are possible. I doubt I'll buy more because of the rest of my financial situation, and intend to hold until much higher price targets are reached.

(I've also collected links to the other discussion boards and my other stocks over on my blog trimbathcreative.net )

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