The controlling bots are desperately trying to keep it down but it's too late, sector is hot and getting attention, look for a big 10% pop in coming days...
DDD research from BofA
The past several years of our negative stance have been predicated on the company’s poor M&A strategy, choice of assets that did not have complete exposure to 3D printing, increasing investments in low margin areas like consumer (now exiting part of low end consumer) and an aggressive investment and channel strategy that led to a bloated cost structure and revenue headwinds,” BofA analysts wrote.
what i do think is this stock is undervalued just like it was way overvalued a couple years ago. what i do think is bots are controlling the price and dark pool fictitious manipulation is occurring here. Once the volume picks up it won't matter, it's coming btw it's coming. laughing at these clowns right now. like clockwork
I'd be careful trying to control the price here - press release away from the $20s. The whole sector is in favor in an uneven sideways market. Big institutions will be looking at this closely next few days I guarantee it....
what's interesting is the bots lack of interest today...covering party is occurring . xone will be in the 20"s next few weeks and the little clowns know it, ha ha little beetches. like clock work
like clock work i totally called it. feeding into my hands my little bot boys ha ha! you won't be able to control the price if this volume continues will you dooshes? ha ha
this thing will be in the 20"s in no time. great work xone, time to open new manufacturing facilities. i'm so impressed with this disruptive tech and a company/mgmt team i believed in 2 years ago. keep up the great work!
great job xone! you invest with rockwell non-stop winnings. the man knows how to pick a marketplace and own it. The sky is the limit. congrats to the mgmt.team at xone!
expect a surprise on the service revenue side next week..machine sales will be what they announced. xone guides higher for the rest of 2016 count on it. let the bots play their games in the mean time
Proto Labs doesn't sell machines just parts - this has become xone's fastest growing area - being a service provider rather than a manufacturer/seller of 3d machines. This makes sense since this is such a disruptive technology, companies probably rather buy the parts first to evaluate how well they work before actually buying the very expensive industrial machines themselves. In the coming quarters, once the 3d produced product is verified to be as good as traditional manufactured machine parts, sales of 3d machines will take off since 3d printing is highly efficient and cost-effective compared to traditional manufacturing. Next week should be interesting....