Besides that optical computer, HP doesn't really innovate anymore. That new optical computer could work and bring it to Apple-like valuations, or it could be a huge bust.
DDD has a lot of innovation momentum going for it, especially with so many good acquisitions.
You said the same thing in October. :)
Wasn't it general knowledge that plague came in from rats living on ships from Asia? So now it's gerbils instead. BIG DEAL. If they had said it was ancient aliens, I would be more interested.
I tried their solution for publishers, and the eCPM was 1/5th to 1/10th that of my admob eCPM. I guess they might be making pennies in developing country land, but the US/Australia/Canada/etc. and western Europe market is un-approchable.
You mentioned MM. In my tests, MM eCPM was a tiny fraction (10%) of admob's. How they even make money is not very understandable to me.
3 billion was a ridiculous valuation, come on. Kind of like Z but not as constantly manipulated.
If the earnings report is good or even decent, I see DDD turning around here on industrial printer demand and backlog. The oil price downtrend won't be a problem. It's going to take a few quarters to turn the ship around, but fundamentally it will become closer to an INTC- or CSCO-like stock (with a higher multiple).
I am not convinced that the movement at .74 in the morning was covering.
It's not advanced data, it's ADVANCE data.
ADVANCE is discontinued precursor to ATHENA, I believe. They decided to discontinue it because of too many regulatory regimes in Europe and they realized it was far too expensive to do it that way. They did release the safety results and "feasibility" results for it -- whatever that means. They said they would release more analysis later on about it, as well.
Someone seemed desperate to paint the tape. Did not work! Decent close.
Wrong forum. Personally, I like it, and I like the cash hoard, but they need to get their technology a little bit more refined.