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  • Uni-Pixel: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words [View article]
    Good catch Panaplos!

    Anyone who knows what a moire effect is and what causes it knows this -- It can only happen from the overlay of two differing screen patterns. The author is using this optical trick to make a false and misleading claim.

    What's the bottom line here?

    1. As pre revenue company, UNXL is a news driven stock.
    2. We are currently in a news vacuum.
    3. shorts are taking advantage of the news vacuum to attack the share price.
    4. Shorts are in control of this stock until news comes back.
    May 31 02:15 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • UniPixel: Hey Citron, Where's The Beef? [View article]
    The company was adamant for several months that they could proceed with an orderly ramp up in production without a secondary. That was in fact their model. Then two things happened. First they got on board with the Intel ecosystem, and then they presented with Intel in China almost immediately after.

    Following the presentation with Intel in China, the company suddenly escalated their production target from 2 million / month to 10 million / month. They also abandoned their slower growth model that didn't require a secondary and decided they needed immediate funding for a full escalation ramp toward their 10 million target -- now. To ice the cake, they had an impressively successful secondary of $38 million that was sold to institutions practically before it was even announced.

    It's easy to connect the dots and figure out that something happened after the ecosystem partnering that significantly changed management's future growth plans. Something huge is coming down the pike very soon, and when it does this stock is literally going to explode. You can over think minutia to find past flaws, or you can get on board the UNXL train. Either way it doesn't matter, the train is leaving with or without you.
    Apr 20 11:16 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Is The SEC Investigating? [View article]
    This article goes under the heading of "Garbage Speculation".
    Jun 21 01:38 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Is The SEC Investigating? [View article]
    Maybe they're investigating ---> you.
    Jun 21 05:00 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold's Crash, Europe's Woes Signal Global Decline: Companies To Watch [View article]
    angkorwat you need to study your history better. There's very little correlation between gold prices and the SP500.

    History doesn't say anything, people interpret what they want it to say. You're interpretation is in error.
    Apr 22 07:33 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Corning's Gorilla Glass Is Optically Superior To Sapphire [View article]
    Single issue articles are not what I would call "great". By failing to look at all aspects of comparison between GG and Sapphire, the piece reduces its value to that of a comment for a real article.
    Mar 11 10:01 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Is The SEC Investigating? [View article]
    Interesting action today = textbook hammer bottom. I think we've seen the lows for this month.
    Jun 21 03:36 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Is The SEC Investigating? [View article]
    ^^^ head cheerleader of the downward pump committee.
    Jun 21 01:39 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Is Still A Good Short Due To PC Industry Woes, And Probably Worth $8 Or Less [View article]
    - The major story on UNXL is still intact until it is not intact.

    - Being smaller makes UNXL more nimble than ATML.

    - ATML is being dragged down by its low performing divisions so their results can't be blamed on the touch sector.

    - R&D isn't a factor because that work is already done, the tech is already there and working.
    May 17 05:24 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel - A Stock Ready For New Highs [View article]
    I think your TA on the stock is spot on, Carl. And your timing of this piece is pretty good too, with an immanent upturn out of the consolidation appearing to form as we speak, if yesterday's sharp rise in volume is any indicator.

    Although breaking news can trump TA for ANY stock, even mid and large caps, I don't think there's any possibility of that type of news coming for quite a while. The company is in a gradual ramp up stage that will catch any serious manufacturing issues before they can affect earnings. And they have already done extensive run tests for the past several months that should have caught that type of issue, and nothing has come up so far.

    On the other hand, the possibility of positive news breaking is very high, as new partnerships could happen at any time. I agree that the risk / reward profile is quite handsome at present.
    May 16 09:30 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • UniPixel: Hey Citron, Where's The Beef? [View article]
    At least I can read a patent. Reading is fundamental, Zhou, you should try learning to do it.
    Apr 19 05:11 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • UniPixel: Hey Citron, Where's The Beef? [View article]
    It's becoming very very clear where the real scam is coming from. The shorts need to look in the mirror when they use the word 'scam'.
    Apr 19 03:03 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Is Still A Good Short Due To PC Industry Woes, And Probably Worth $8 Or Less [View article]
    Patent, you're understanding of the tech sector is deafeningly horrendous.

    Consider that not even analysts have been aware of who Apple's suppliers are.

    ""Apple has disclosed a list of its suppliers for the iPhone, iPad and other popular gadgets for the first time amid growing criticism over labor and environmental practices, especially in China.

    The list for years has been strictly and fervently protected. Even a glimpse of an Apple iPhone or its components before a public release became a source of intrigue and controversy. Investors have played a guessing game about which contractors would become Apple's next supplier, or who was on the outs.""

    Come back and write something when you have enough understanding to talk about this subject without embarrassing yourself silly.
    May 19 03:21 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • UniPixel: Hey Citron, Where's The Beef? [View article]
    I found an ATML patent description of it's metal mesh technology. Following the link is a detailed description of the mesh. The last paragraph is key to the "broken lines" argument.


    Processes have been recently developed which allow the printing of ultra-fine metal traces on plastic films and glass, as thin as 10 μm or even less. The metals used include copper, which is highly conductive and has a darker color than other metals, for example chrome. The technology has been developed using standard photolithographic processes and can be used to mass produce films on a roll-to-roll process for extremely low cost. No expensive, rare, or exotic materials are used in the manufacture of these metal traces. The technology has been developed specifically for use in micro-circuit applications, for example RFID tags, smart cards, displays, and the like.

    These fine metal traces can also be used to develop field-emitting structures, using a sparse mesh configuration which has been shown to emit copious amounts of electric field, almost the same as a solid electrode shape. A sparse mesh allows for high optical clarity; if the traces are 10 μm or less, and the mesh covers only 5% of the surface area, the optical properties will equal or exceed the best available ITO films which can only achieve 93% light transmission. Visually the film will only appear to have an extremely light shade of gray, imperceptible to the untrained eye. At 10 micrometers, the metal traces are invisible to the naked eye. A uniform density or uniform sparse distribution of these traces over the surface of a touch screen would not generate a noticeable visual pattern.

    However, it is usually advisable to have a substantial gap between the electrodes to allow for proper field propagation. These gaps can create a visual effect by showing up as lighter areas; as a consequence, it is desirable to ‘fill in’ these areas with fine lines of a similar density as the electrode areas. The caveat is that these fill areas should be disconnected from the electrodes and broken up into small islands or made up of isolated small metal traces, so that the average density across the screen area is visually similar.

    (end of paste)

    So you see, the broken areas are part of the design.
    As GRA said, Zhou is Wrong with a capital W.
    Apr 19 02:21 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Has Ballooned From Hype, Not A Better Technology [View article]
    You can just smell the desperation from shorts. It smells like -- victory.
    Mar 28 09:11 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment