You gotta love this part.
""3DS' Direct Metal Printing technology is second-to-none," said Neal Orringer, Vice President of Alliances & Partnerships, 3DS. "This contract selection will allow our team to deliver to the Air Force innovative, high-performing heat exchangers, and will provide valuable data on part strength, pressure resistance and performance."
Started climbing again before $93.50. Don't try to fight the chart just buy and hold. Look back to 5/19 for at closing you can see big money stepped up to the plate. You can't beat big money so join them.
Still seeing higher highs and higher lows each day now. Better cover for were on the climb to a new 52 week high. Just buy on the dips and hold on tight!
Keeping my long holdings which were picked up in the $19's but bought some swing shares today at $35.25. Need to start making some coin on these big swings and you can't go wrong on buying the pull backs.
You have 18 days of volume for shorts to cover completely. 34% of the float is shorted. They are the ones that need to buy or all the profit will be gone and start going in the hole.
I have CYBR on my watch list to jump in on a pull back. I own FTNT along with FEYE, another long time keeper. One with high risk that I just trade is SYRX. Another sector to watch IMO is cloud service like CUDA and SPLK.
Each post they make is wasted time putting them more and more in the hole instead of using that time to cover!
Get ready for a massive short squeeze.
They want to talk book value, Amazon is at a book value of $23 and a share price of $417. So we should be at $139 a share then. It took Amazon over 10 years to make money and we have the same growth factor.
Amazon is at $417 a share with a book value of $23.10 so you want to measure book value here at $8 we should be at $139 a share then.
Balance sheet looks OK and plenty of cash on hand for short term debt. Long term debt well balanced out with plant and property.
You need to study IPO charts and learn about restricted shares in IPO,s. No matter if this company is good or bad you timing on buying a IPO was way off.