P/S ratio of 1, and has more revenue/share than revenue/share of DDD and VJET combined!
Will hit $10/share tomorrow.
Only 2.7M share float with price-to-sales under 1. Ticker = AFRMF
That stocks' going to $10 tomorrow.
No, but ARCW is becming both rapid prototyping AND 3D printing. See ARCW news. Just hired Todd Grimm- foremost expert on 3D printing, up there with Wholers.
ARC Group Worldwide (ARCW) launching Rapid Prototyping $ 3D Printing division. Trailing PE 30, forward PE in 20s. Brean Capital gives new price target of $45-$50/share. Stock moving-
article on Camtek just out on "3ders dot org"
No question, it's 3D printing- Stupid shorts.
Stock on fire today and in AH.
EPS of .25 for next year by analyst. Doesn't matter if Superman is pumping or not, this company is launching a 3D printer for sale in the commercial PCB market that is the first in the world. It will go higher with or without Superman.
Av det tjugotal system som bolaget har sålt i år används merparten för prototyptillverkning. För att Arcam ska kunna växla upp och möta de volymer som serietillverkning medför krävs framtida kapitaltillskott. Det tycks
2013 was the year when 3D printer got his big break, at least in the stock market. Investors have flocked around the Swedish Arcam.
Maybe 3D skrivarbolagen literally shape our future, but today's values take out the events in advance.
Swedish Arcam has risen by 508 per cent this year alone. Mölndal company specializes in industrial 3D printers capable of producing implants, but also components for the aerospace industry.aktiemarknaden bortse ifrån.
In one year's time teaches the proceeds to be more likely to buy your own 3D printer than any of the shares. "
During the week expressed Arcam's main shareholder , state Industrial Development Fund , so it does not remain a major shareholder in the company forever. And surely there is reason for a speedy sale . With a net gain of 200,000 in the last quarter and a market capitalization approaching 5 billion is the valuation of Arcam say the least, strained.
Investors have already priced in several years of high growth and profitability. It makes room for disappointment minimialt .
Although it would appear that technology has come to stay as it is high time to become cautious when it comes to share in the industry. Especially when you now have to pay more than a human life times annual profit to get a share.
One year ahead teaches the proceeds to be more likely to buy your own 3D printer than any of the shares.
This is a shorter version of a text from today's edition of Today's Industry . The full article is available in the printed newspaper .
"På ett års sikt lär behållningen därför vara större av att köpa en egen 3D-skrivare än någon av aktierna."
Under veckan uttryckte Arcams huvudägare, statliga Industrifonden, att den inte ska förbli storägare i bolaget för a
No, it was just out on Friday. YOU asked what was going on with GE Aviation and I answered you. You're OBVIOUSLY trying to scare people for personal gain suggesting GE and Sigma aren't working together now. Nice try. The FACT is, they're not only working together still, GE put out an article 3 days ago confirming it. You know it, and everyone with a brain knows it. I hope you get the shares you want soon because SGLB will be going up over the next weeks/months now matter how hard you try to stop it.
Article out on GE working with Sigma Labs just 3 days ago- but you already know that I think.
Go to the "IdeasLab" web site by GE- the center article is about GE working with Sigma Labs- and it just came out on Friday.
You're making a fool out of yourself. The real pumpers for Sigma Labs have been GE and the US government lately. and I'm listening to what they are saying. I buy the fear!
Anybody see the TiAL Charger stuff? Arcam and titanium turbochargers. Pretty big market for them to get into.
You left out the Apples to Apples part:
"Metal objects produced via laser sintering or binder jetting technologies are very strong and have many industrial and creative applications. This said, they not 100 per cent dense. Electron beam melting (EBM) solves this problem by using an electron beam rather than a laser to selectively fuse together layers of powdered metal"