Yep, very wise investment strategy.
We will see $100+ after hot money flows in.
Ddd will be considered as a value stock because its P/E ratio is less than 50 in 2015 for a new technology company.
I believe Ddd is on the right path. Make acquisitions and expansions while the competitors are still in infant form. The recent Chinese market penetration is a wise move. These who bought in $40+ (like me) didn't have a good entry as we unfortunately invest a huge potential company with growth pain, but if we hold through this period, we will see a full share price recovery in the near future.
Maybe there will be a time that analysts predict $200 is still too cheap.
At $200, it is only 20B market cap. A lot of internet companies have market cap much higher than $20B
He thinks this will drop to $28
Even if he is right and u sell now
U don't have the guts to buy back after it hits $28
We r humans and we know we do and we don't
Hold shares because it is at bottom range
That is DDD
Onvo, a toy stock, is of course down
As we know $52 is the rock solid bottom
U get 1.7% special discount now
Sale like this seldom exists
Markets will have a revenge surge next week
He was a firm believer when ddd was $40+
His boss was secretly shorting
Now he got a task to pretend as a trader
Ask others to sell sell sell
His boss is so anxious because nobody sells and the time is running out
I expect him to come out as a naked basher without disguise.
Expectation is low as the guidance is low.
This is why it holds decently when the markets sell off
Sounds like I am arguing with a basher
Ddd is the leader in 3d printer sector so when the hot money flows back to this sector, shorts will be eliminated within weeks. If u believe hot money will never return, u r the one who thought Aapl was dead when it was $100 ($14 after split)
We already know that is Fman's opinion
Danny I didnt bother responding ur cautionary note, why should I?
U may be right may be wrong after a week but why should I care if my target is at a much higher price.
What puzzled me is that u had changed from a firm DDD believer to a trader who cares about 5% up or down.
There were a lot of people who read ur messages and bought in while it was $40+
Be a "professional poster" and don't change ur heart.
U r not much different than Richard, u r not a trader or investor.
However u r always on ddd's positive side which we give u credit
Now a days, we only believe ourselves