I am heavily invested in speculative 3D stocks like ONVO and when I saw SGLB was 3 cents a share and just partnered with GE, I jumped on it the next morning. The news was apparently out for a few days, but there was a 30% jump that next morning. Could it be from the readers of this message board? I am excited for this stock to really pop. Any thoughts about what's going to happen after the Retail Investors Conference at 11:30 am today?
Honestly most of what was said at the meeting was already known or could be found reading the 10-Q, part of the blame for that is squarely on the question askers.. there were some really subpar questions from inexperienced retailers.
However I think there were three really huge positive take aways.
One is the negotiations with 2 of the 3 biggest 3D printers. I have the distinct feeling, that the 3D tech here is there best and biggest opportunity and they are focused exclusively on that and just trying to lease out their other tech to other guys, which imo is absolutely the right move for a small company with limited resources that needs to keep expenses under control and limit dilution.
The second takeaway.. is just how excited the retail investors are about SGLB, there is a lot of building interest,... especially around the 3D printers.. The word of mouth will undoubtedly spread, from what I heard. A lot of people will undoubtedly hear about this, and i think there will be a large infusion of cash into the stock. That is perhaps immaterial info regarding the company.. but still is a takeaway I an investor likes to have on my side.
The third takeaway, is I like the fact there wasn't any excessive hype or fluff coming out of Sigma.. it signals to me they are the real deal, and not focused on a pump and dump.
I just hope these people realize this is a marathon not a race.. And 2014 and 2015 is a ways off, but will potentially be an ENORMOUS payoff from current prices.
I would like to see it keep moving, but generally these small stocks move up in anticipation of such events and then fall after. The exception would be if something unusually productive is announced. If that were to be the case, however, I think we would see an almost simultaneous general PR.