Cimatron does not make 3D printing technology - they make some 3D printing support software. HP would probably buy an actual 3D printer hardware company. Hey, I like Cimatron but HP will not be buying it.
is this the Israeli tech company that Jim Cramer asked Meg Whitman about during the interview on CNBC yesterday (8/20/2014)? Here's a link to the transcript...
Disagree. Why would a company with record earnings and revenue, that just released its new software package to good reviews, with its first 3d exposure, sell for a pps that was below its regular pps just a couple quarters ago when it reached l0. In my opinion this down turn to 5 ish is and was inexplicable and any buy ouit price needs to be at a premium to $l0 per share which was its normal pps before its good quarters and introduction of new software.
Instead of speculating on a buyout, lets focus on why the heck the pps got so low given good earnings and revenue and apparenty good global acceptance of its software.
The 52 week high is $10.75. No reason it should not trend back towards this high.
buyout would not happen unless 20 or greater...they will get back to their highs before 2014 is complete. Once the div is announced tutions will start accumulation...players like GE and HPQ are potential buyers as both are looking for 3DP assets.
totally agreed cimt need to go up higher
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I agree - It will get some attention soon, in my opinion. Perhaps even a buyout offer. I imagine $9 / share.
Low $5.00 range seems like a good target for now. No more big dividends and nothing in 3D printing of any value. CIMT back to being just another survivor in the slow growing CAD/CAM field. Worth between eight and 12 times EPS. We shall see