Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Position Update: MVIS
The MOT deal is just the tip of the iceberg. Tokman (MVIS CEO) has stated his disdain for exclusive deals. This means MVIS will be inking deals with many handset companies, worldwide.
Now, with more than 11% of the float sold short, expect a massive short squeeze to ensue. Right now, the stock looks like it is losing momentum, but don't be tricked. It's going higher.
Understand, a lot of weak fuckers made a vow to sell MVIS on the news. Well, I guess it makes sense if you are interested in making a little bit of money. For me, I'm interested in "banking coin."
So, I intend to sit here, maybe buy some more shares, while watching my voodoo Doctor perform a ritual on NTRI's short sellers.
No congrats. I'm not done making money.
NOTE: Below is a nice clip of an interaction between a MVIS long and short.
Are you hearing the same good things about NTRI's earnings this evening as you did with NTRI's earnings back in April?
How many more companies do you think will sign with mvis. Are you hearing any thing in the rumor mill.
There still is a pending accessory deal. Possible name: Toshiba
And, I believe MVIS will sell part of the company to a major handset maker. It could be MOT.
There is a lot of news that will be coming out.
Today is kill-a-short day.
Wouldn't you say that is a bit foolish if AT did that. That would be giving away on the cheap. It would be better to raise money from investors rather than letting MOT getting sizeable stake in the company. Or do you believe mvis needs more than just cash, they need additional tech help.?
does anyone have an idea how many handsets MOT sells a year?
NTRI featured on Fast Money and Adami says they better not miss. Good luck Fly.
Are the lard-blimp husbands of the fat mountain bitches giving us the finger... weight-loss products be damned? Or are we setting up for liposuction (i.e. a short squeeze)?
Sony Ericsson 74,800,000
LG Electronics 64,400,000
The others will have to hop on board. And, as it was initially thought that the first deal (and first product) would be an accessory, expect one of those soon. Toshiba? I can dig it.
No doubt the MVIS/MOT projector embedded cell phone will be shown at 2008 CES--if not sooner.
"We believe that our unique display technology, combined with Motorola's focus on delivering cool experiences, would allow mobile users to enhance their viewing of information and entertainment."
Cool. What kind of CEO uses the word "cool?" He uses it often in conjunction with eyewear develpments too. Most others would have it written up as "forward looking" or "user-friendly" or "technological advancements" or some such hi-falutin bullshit.
Cool. I like it.
What do you think?
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