Gary has posted a new article regarding Sigma Labs and it reads well. It's certainly worth your peruse. If you still need to bash because of discontent or simply to drive the price lower ... go, do it. Otherwise, consider adding to your positions when it starts the climb. It could actually be sooner than you think. Um, yes, I am definitely long. I think this one's a winner ... even though I'm currently down the 50%.
Compared to ONVO, substantial tangible profits seem to be much more within reach... almost right around the corner really.
GE says that AM and IPQA are disruptive game changers heading a new industrial revolution.
I'm thinking INTL like qualities in this company. When does their next earnings report come out?
Thanks for the update!
I wouldn't expect much from the very next earnings report, which is right around the corner, but it would be a nice surprise. I hope management is listening. I mean, they've taken so much flak on this board, if I'm right about them they must be raring to hit back at the earliest opportunity. I bought partly on trust of the management, and i'm sure they can't be happy about the perception of their recent partnership deal, if in fact they have any time for that kind of explanation, when they know that the facts will soon speak for themselves.
Gary forgot to mention this issue trades 27 times revenues...not even XONE does that and forgot to mention that management could have done a public offering at much higher levels given the pps at the time they signed. But I give him credit for consolidating our discussions into a single post. Glad I could help out Gary. :)
I think your facts are incorrect on that, all the 3D printing companies, along with some that were imagined to be all about 3D (such as CIMT) have traded at substantially greater multiples than SGLB. It's one reason i thought we were low at .13, but hey, people just drove it up too fast and it had to pop. Go figure.
Ooo...but he did mention: "7/31/2013 Update to this article: I have emailed Sigma Labs management to verify that Boeing is currently using PrintRite3D, or other Sigma Labs technology as the CEO was quoted in this March 15 article in the Albuquerque business journal states. I am waiting to hear back definitively."
So we don't have company confirmation of this - I missed that earlier. It will be a) interesting if the company actually responds as they haven't returned any emails or phone calls that I know of b) respond in the affirmative. It could be that a local journalists got his/her GE confused with his/her Boeing.