MVIS Chairman of the Board Purchases 35,000 MVIS Shares

Investor's Business Daily

'Retina Display' Maker Sets Sights On Profits



Great introductory article by IBD on MVIS.



"...Microvision products hold promise, says Alan Robinson, an analyst with investment bank Delafield Hambrecht. He expects Bothell, Wash.-based Microvision to turn a profit by the second half of 2005, which would be its first profit since its founding in 1993. He rates the stock a buy.



...Microvision product sales this year should match contract revenue for the first time, says Robinson. He expects sales of about $14 million from each area. The total of $28 million would almost double its 2003 revenue of $15 million."



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This is what I call good publicity. Nice job!



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