"Citing a recent selloff and confidence in the German 3D printer maker's ability to execute, Piper's Troy Jensen has upgraded Voxeljet (NYSE:VJET) to Overweight, while maintaining a $9.40 target."
I reckon VJET's growth will be exponential but they're safely underplaying it by not forecasting anything too phenomenal. I love that they're in Detroit as opposed to anywhere else - it's bang in the center of the auto industry and property is dirt cheap being as it's one of the most highly depressed markets. Of course, Detroit is only one of the first VJET branches - many more to follow! (Brazil springs to mind...) I was amazed to learn they've got 50,000 sq.ft. in Detroit... that's huge! VJET's machines are absolutely HUGE! :-)
Gotta Love It!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I also don't think it'll get much better than this...
so I bought a truckload on Friday @ $7.65
It's exciting because nobody knows about them...
yet they've just opened up shop in Detroit! lol
Ground level opportunity, very low mkt cap.
I just love stocks like this! :-)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Really, really bad. How can anybody pump this crap?
When's the last time anyone bought a Nokia phone? jeez... you better sell NOK quick!
I bought 50,000 shares last week at $2.69 and got out yesterday at $2.78 - so I made a nice little profit but nothing like I was hoping for if I had the confidence to hold for a while. Maybe I'm wrong, but something just doesn't smell right. I hope AMD pulls a rabbit out of the hat... but it probably won't happen. As for Samsung, I don't think they'd be interested in dealing with the AMD corporate culture which seems to be made up of personalities saying "we know how to do it" - but evidently they're not actually getting it done. Samsung doesn't want those headaches. I think Intel is getting it done. If AMD goes into chapter 7 or 11 - then the company, culture and people working there will be absolutely decimated. It'll finally be over for AMD.
I was really surprised ICEL sold out considering their future potential but "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush". So, I'm not complaining. I would caution anyone who's thinking of contacting those legal vultures to first read their terms before divulging your personal information. The terms state that there's no client attorney confidentiality so basically they could use the information you give them against you. I'd be very careful.
wow!!! You're right - I didn't think of that... there's about 300,000 shares short - jeez - what a huge loss for them. Wow!!! That's probably at least $3M loss - heads will ROLL!!!!
It's all timing... I initially got a load of these when it went down to around $5 then last week I sold them all at $8.20 and made a nice sum... then got right back in at $7.45 - My broker wouldn't even give me any margin on ICEL - I don't know why. So it was all cash. I had 10,000 shares with a little cash left - so last Friday, I bought another 300 and went all-in for the long-haul... never imagined the long-haul would only last for just a weekend :-) Lol...