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Sigma Labs, Inc. Message Board

  • mitchelrutte1@gmail.com mitchelrutte1 Oct 17, 2013 4:18 PM Flag

    Am I gonna lose buying in now?

    Whats the general consensus about where sigma will be in a week? A month? A year? Do they have earnings yet, is there any indication of what way we will be going, up or down? Also anywhere I can look at the presentation?

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • jenniferangell@bellsouth.net jenniferangell Oct 18, 2013 9:58 AM Flag

      My investment strategy with this stock was to count on never again seeing the $ I invested. At this price, I was willing to throw a certain amount in and take a chance on it, knowing my potential reward would be newsworthy if this company takes off. If it flops, well, there goes a beach trip. My advice is to consider only putting in as much as you would be willing to comfortably lose or blow on a frivolous weekend. It is worth the chance, in my opinion. I got in at .02 and .04 and could easily walk away now with a very nice profit - but I made a commitment to buy and hold and am sticking to it. My gut says (and my gut has never failed me - the stories I could tell) that if you got in early, you are in a prime position. Those buying in now are certainly taking on more of a risk. But think of it this way - if you only throw $100 in the pot, you are buying nearly 500 shares. That is just not possible with the other 3D stocks right now. Just as with SGLB, I got in on DDD, SSYS and ONVO early on (before 3D printing was really a hot topic) and consider myself lucky. This is an opportunity for those interested in the technology to invest and potentially make a wonderful profit doing so. Only risk what you are willing to lose forever. I admit that the company is in its infancy in comparison to any stock I would normally invest in, and it is difficult to speculate on where they might go. But again, depending on your lifestyle, if you are nervous about the stock, you have to admit that $100 is not a lot of money to take a chance on. GLTA...

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Tip your toe, 1000....wait a week....2000. It JUST had a great run, chances are pullback

    • I think the future is very promising given that they can successfully license their product. Worst case is they probably get bought out.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • I can tell you what I'm doing, but if you personally have that many unknowns I would do more research than asking a public message board what you should do with your hard earned $

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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