Yup. Go to any business tech conference. All they'll talk about is data, data, data...and more data. IoT will be rammed down our throats whether we want it or not. Might as well make a buck form it.
Because in their defense, most of their services do beat the market, and I'd wager they outperform you as well.
Ditto...low 20s. 22-24. Will be pegged just below 20 next week. Just guessing, but it has that feel to it.
English isn't your first language, is it?
Massive technological shifts like this are rarely a "rocket launch". They take years, and only in retrospect do most people realize how game changing they were.
People just don't get how massive this industry is going to be. Talk to any tech industry geek and they'll tell you. IoT is going to be THE defining shift in the progression of the internet this decade. First there was email, then the web, then social media, and now IoT.
What? English mothereffer...do you speak it?
I think he means why the rather specific target of 63. I mean, in the long run, this company has the potential to obliterate that to the point of hilarity. So, is the 63 prediction based on a certain timeframe? Is it a purely technical evaluation?
Because there's no shortage of stupidity in the market. Add to that all the hedgies who will manipulate a stock down rather than back out of a bad judgement, and there's your answer.
It says that retail 3D printing is in its infancy...something everyone, including 3D Systems, understands. You haven't made an impactful point.
Simple: because if it doesn't get bought out at 45-50, given the market projections it could potentially blow away that share price within a couple of years on its own. A buyout robs us of the upside potential in exchange for a quick buck.