have been adding to their positions.
However, while OLED technology may not be taking off in the TV market, the mobile market is another story. Certain types of OLED displays can curve, bend, and even have the potential to be flexible. Corning CEO Wendell Weeks smells opportunity. "[Y]ou could potentially conform [OLEDs] behind a nice piece of our Corning Gorilla Glass and get a very different customer experience where you'd have displays bending around corners, and therefore very small bezels, and long term, the potential for a flexible display," he said in the company's most recent earnings call.
Currently, OLEDs make up only about 10% of the mobile market, but according to Weeks, Corning has captured a "very, very, very high market share" in this space. He intimated that new OLED products featuring Corning glass might be coming soon but declined to offer specifics, citing customer confidentiality.
at some point?
needed expansion for customer delivery. Great future, just be cautious before adding to position.
plain as day for those who care to do their research.
as well as other diverse applications coming online. Check Osram and Philips.
Excellent trade. I would imagine you would be close to covering? You caught the top. See if you can catch the bottom. Congrats.
I actually followed them here from another board. That is how I learned of Microvision.
Consolidation at lows before rising. Bottom and reversal should be close.