There are far worse cases in the penny stock world, but after all not every pink sheet company has its products affiliated with a $40 billion market cap enterprise. 3D Eye does, and the big name here is Texas Instruments Inc. Now, while this is by no means a guarantee that revenues are coming, it is at least a reason for hope. A little more than a year ago, 3D eye traded at levels above $1 per share. After that, it was a steady decline, intercepted by occasional press releases and announcements which pushed the stock up for a while before the free fall started again.
One thing is clear - this company operates in an industry with huge potential. If, indeed, it manages somehow to increase revenues and bring a level of stability, this would inevitably affect the stock market. If, on the other hand, the uncertainty and controversy remain main features in its development, 3D Eye could remain a favorite play of speculative investors and stock promoters.