professional investors need #'s, or else something they can quantify based on comparable experience. They will pile on if and when some more concrete information is available. A professional investor is not going to put money into a stock simply because it's a nice dream, or the CEO is passionate.
printed tissues, the first step in that process, were on his slide. he said it's a few years away, but hey, they have to start somewhere, I think they've come up with great ways to generate revenue off the technology they've already achieved
the PCYC deal had a 50/50 split, this one I think goes all to JnJ, am I misremembering it?
so it could be 4 x 150K in revenue... have to start somewhere but there's a lot of unknowns to think about. I'm feeling more comfortable about holding a long position here, but I also know that the market could be brutal if Q1 revenue comes in that low
Yes but honestly there's nothing stopping them from saying "we've landed 10 new customers so far, anticipated revenue of $5M". I understand that he doesn't want to be giving constant sales updates, it's usually a cheesy move. but it would be great at this stage to have some info, just anything
I just have too much going on right now in my portfolio. Not enough time to research this one fully, mostly just going by chart action and a quick scan of news. foreign tickers are harder to get dd on so... I guess you could say I created liquidity for some other lucky soul :D
I made a bundle off PCYC. Not sure it's comparable to GERN. How so?
I sold today. Great run, don't want to get too greedy. I have never seen such a steady run up. gla
I'm not about to say it will be easy. But you guys might not be familiar with how complicated 3D printing can be. That's the whole point. Complicated structures CAN be made with 3D printing. A computer is not confused by complexity. Just offering a counter point, not saying I have a definitive answer.
Only major announcement I'm looking for is revenue projections. I have no expectation at all of a partnership being announced. Just doesn't seem like the venue for that.
yep, that's my point. the market is sort of stuck between the two as far as which one will move the share price. did you notice how boring this board has become lately?