These presentations are a waste of time. No new information is ever revealed and not exactly riveting to prospective investors. These investor conferences exist to feed the ecosystem of the sell-side catering to the buy-side, with the hope that exposing management to the masses will generate trading commission. Maybe, maybe a few nuggets are dropped behind closed doors during the one on ones. The answer my friend is blowing in the wind...
They will roll over at the open
Electric cars are a hoax for tree-hugging liberals who also seek peer validation from other lefties
Like around now...
At least the Honda Civic is reliable, drives over 500 miles on a tank of gas, and costs a fraction of the Tesla.
Give me a muscle car with a loud exhaust with standard shift and none of this autonomous BS
You can listen to the recorded webcast at the annual Deutsche Bank Health Care Conference. The link can be found under events at the Investor Relations tab on the FLML website.
The whole notion that autonomous driving will lead to fewer accidents and reduce car insurance premiums is an absurdity
The stock was selling at over $60 before the concept of the Omni was even introduced. Furthermore, Omni revenue was not even factored into this year's numbers and barely so for 2017. This is an over reaction by the hedge funds and other impatient money that have trouble seeing through the fact that CPHD is still growing above it peer group and is still track to hit their revenue and margin guidance for 2017. The stock at $28.50 is a screaming buy.
Investors salivate like Pavlov's dog when they smell meat. And while the Dupont partnership and new CEO appointment are welcome developments, the dogs will likely respond more to a ringing bell, or cash register. We look forward to seeing Mr. Niebur's new option grants and the ensuing press releases pertaining to 1) strategic capital infusion, 2) partnership roylaties, 3) Equity investment of up to 49% by Dupont. 4) Patent approval in U.S. 5) GMO approvals in China. In addition, form 4s showing management active share purchases and buying by institutional investors would drive the stock chart in the northeast direction.
The car insurance companies will love the sky-high premiums that they will charge to the dozen or so autonomous cars on the road in the next decade.
Autonomous driving is a wacky idea that will never be implemented nor embraced by the mass market.