I agree, with the market selling off as it has, presents real buying opportunities. Always good to have some cash on the sidelines for days like these. The market was getting very pricey, and still is. But DSS is just a cheap stock all around. Ha! Doesn't hurt to buy a couple thousand shares here and there to average down along the way. I bought into this thing at 1.40, so I guess I'm averaging up.
Yes. Steady revenue growth, more deals lined up, an improving bottom line, a ridiculously low market cap, and we're sitting at just about 20% above the 52 week low. What's not to like?
By the way, how much do you get paid to do this? Ha! Scamola... Scamolamadingdong! Haha! Even though you are a bit corny, I suppose you are helping me out here, so maybe I should shut up.
Who in their right minds gambles their entire portfolio on one stupid stock? I didn't make my money that way, that's for sure!
a lot of churn today. Now I am ust looking for an entry point but might have to give it a few more days. Too money people set on losing money right now. Downside may be mid range of Friday's trading...and of course you only have to look back a month or so to see the upside. This should be a slam dunk.
Profit taking, not much more than that. It will rally strongly on any positive follow-on news but will likely settle down to something in Friday's trading range without it. But upside potential is very solid on this stock if you can handle the ups-and-downs in the short run.
It looks cheap to me under 6. Anybody else?
I have a buddy who does real estate deals for wind farms, solar power, etc. He said here in the US it can be very difficult to get on the grid with experimental/incremental power sources not under direct control of the utilities. It does not surprise me that they have had difficulties here. Japan is s different story, and they certainly have the incentive to explore this technology. Future success of this company will hinge on their ability to deliver in Japan. I'll hang on to my shares, as there is not much to lose at $1.85/share and quite a lot to gain!
This thing is crazy! So many traders in this thing. I am tempted to trade a little money on the volatility. It seems to want to range between 5 and 7. Huge! I figured it would settle down into high 4's (my planned entry) by now but apparently not.
This is such a dumb article. Let's address the three concerns:
First, GT is required to maintain a minimum level of capacity but is not guaranteed a volume. This part of the agreement seems to be heavily tilted towards Apple’s favor. = Do we really think Apple is going to renege on commitment to sapphire with so much skin in the game? And the potential volume is how many orders of magnitude higher than what they currently produce? LOL!
Second, there are exclusive provisions in the agreement. It appears that GT is not going to be able to service companies such as Samsung. = How much Sapphire is GTAT selling to Samsung right now? LOL!!
Third, gross margins from Apple’s business are likely to be substantially lower than GT’s historical gross margins. = Would I rather sell 1000 VW's or a single Porsche? LOL!!!
Does ARIA have a future exclusive of Iclusig?
Typical grant payment revenue. Grants are typically renewable on an annual basis. No surprises there. Almost all companies like this rely on grant payments. That's how we paid our interns at a pharmaceutical company I worked for. Ha!
Not sure I understand the afterhours action, other than maybe knee-jerk shorting on the loss, but in the longer run things are looking great for this company. By beating guidance and forecasting a profitable 4th quarter I believe we will see a change in direction. A $6 entry point would be awesome in my book. Kinda hope it opens that way.