Pure and simple, yes. Unless another SA "novelist" wants to attach them to another hot fast money sector. Somehow I don't think 3D printing will have the same effect now.
Size of sells won't mean a hill of beans w/o bids with a low floater like this. Looks like it's finally headed back to a more "reasonable" valuation level, i.e. pre-3D nonsense.
LOL Robo. What's not funny is sans the SA 3D nonsense + this Fed induced market, I'm not so sure this would be priced that much above book today.
Operative word = if and given their operating history, a big IF. Put together more than 1 or 2 Qs of earnings growth (have I mentioned that before??) and then maybe it'll DESERVE some sort of premium. Until then, not for me. BTW...........
Here's to Helix!
Live by the hype, die by the hype. Again, both recent spikes and subsequent moves came mainly on the 3D nonsense. Got to valuations it probably didn't deserve ST. $10-handle gets me real interested again LT.
Robo, is it you actually think Q2 numbers were ok or is it because the stock price has held up relatively well (*so far*) you are perceiving them that way? I'm still far from convinced we've seen the lows from the latest report.
Keep in mind Barrington was the one and only analyst for almost a decade and they were never able to get it right. Just sayin'.
C'mon Hansy. You gotta give the new guys a honeymoon period. Q3 will be all on their watch, Q2 gets a pass. The most bullish takeaway I got from the entire call was, "We continue to push our growth opportunities forward and the addition of a very strong CFO will help us analyze and manage the business for the BENEFIT OF OUR SHAREHOLDERS ." Can't wait to hear from him. One can hope.
I was talking about those greenhorns who always get their panties all in a knot when a stock rebounds immediately after a sharp selloff. They "know" it's bullish and the stock has bottomed. We'll see.
You're so far behind the story here, maybe you oughta take your head outta Peter North's #$%$
Ergo, I don't see how you don't think new mgmt. can be anything but a plus, Hansy. I spoke with the old guard multiple times and they took the issue of earnings consistency pretty much as "That's the business, we are concerned but not much we can do about it." What I heard was "We don't know what to do/We don't care enough to do anything about it." Just maybe the new guys will. And as for Rittenhour leaving, not sure about Lowry, again, I got the feeling he never intended to stay as acting CEO for the long haul. He was pretty much the next guy in line after Pease "stepped aside". I wouldn't make very much of it.