the corner and will start going up. I got back in Friday. I've been negative on SSYS for some time because of the naive hype of 3d stocks by clueless people. This hype seems to be fading.
Thanks for this information Deepsea. Just confirms what I've always suspected--PETA is made up of self righteous hypocrites who are basically running a traveling narcissistic freak show. You can't really confront them with their hypocrisy or hope to hold them accountable because being narcissists they' re sadly mentally unable to comprehend or understand how flawed their thinking is. The same phenomena that enables psychopaths to think they do nothing wrong is what is in play here. All we can do is what you are doing--keep the 95% of us without mental problems aware of the truth.
Dud, you do know that Ultimate Stock Alerts is considered a joke don't you?
get an iWatch ASAP? Today I realized I need to break eye contact with my iPhone every few hours and I almost was forced to have a fleeting interaction with a real human being. OMG! If I could instead just go from my iPhone to my iWatch and never look up again the rest of my life that would be ideal.
one if these days. All 3D printing companies was so over-hyped by naive investors who didn't understand the technology and its limitations that the stocks were guaranteed to crash. Soon it will be overdone and the technology will be ready to be invested in again. Timing.
Makes you wonder, doesn't it, that all the callers to Cramer''s show start out with "I want to thank you for what you do for us . . ." No one ever calls in with "Damn you, I lost my life savings. . ." CNBC must either have a fool proof screening process or the world has many more masochists than I ever suspected.
Hey you've raised my respect for you 100%. Too rare these days to laugh at ourselves. I need to work on it myself
now that posts from idiots gushing over "disruptive technology" is waning. As I've been saying forever, 3D printing is cool and evolving technology, not disruptive. It may have been disruptive 30 years ago when it was launched and when all its current fad followers were in diapers, but not today. And its not replacing traditional manufacturing anymore than a sculptor taking years to create his masterpiece would replace a machine stamping out plastic replicas every minute.
after upgrading SEAS. They suspect maltreatment of whales at Goldman--citing "London Whale" trading scandal. When told the "London Whale" was a JP Morgan Chase scandal a PETA spokesman said "they're all doing it--keeping whales in small trading rooms and poisoning them with bleach"
You are exactly correct Deep Sea. I heard PETA is busy desperately writing an app for the iWatch showing animations of whales crying--hoping this will keep kids occupied so they won't want to experience the actual world or ever have the ability to observe wildlife in person at places like Seaworld. I like to think we humans are above that.
if I wasn't so humble. 3D printing will soon be a buy. It has been a sell ever since the nose in their iPhone Moronial crowd "discovered" 3D printing as if it were something new. It isn't, as I've said numerous times on this board, all the way down from 140. 3D printing has been around decades suffering from the same shortcomings it always has had. It is cool technology, it can utilize new materials, it has found new applications, but it will never be used for mainstream manufacturing.