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FBR Limited (FBR.AX)

ASX - ASX Delayed Price. Currency in AUD
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0.0520-0.0020 (-3.70%)
At close: 05:10PM AEDT
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  • G
    Greg
    FBR has been tipped to be the first trillion dollar construction company. Its only a matter of time.
  • J
    Jim
    I have seen no financial gain for this company. How are they staying afloat ?
  • J
    Jimmy
    Surviving off of investors money. Maybe enough to last 8 more years. No revenue and there will not be any. Good robotics, though.
  • M
    Matt
    Very interested in this stock but not seeing a whole lot of publicity and not much volume either. I think the product is amazing, but what is the company doing for growth etc. any ideas?? Am I missing something? Real answers are much appreciated.
    Neutral
  • J
    Jimmy
    Didn't Caterpillar dump their shares , maybe 2 years ago?
  • J
    Jim
    This machine will not work on the houses being built today or in times past. Look around your neighborhood and you should see what I mean. I have built houses off and on most of my life and this machine would not have worked. Consider stud walls, wiring, plumbing, window sills, door sills, arches, soldier courses, quoins at corners, and laying behind frieze boards.
  • J
    Joe
    My concern is the patent for the equipment. Can CAT or others roll in and duplicate it?
    Otherwise sounds great if it works on any surface.
  • w
    webpilot
    FBR is an accomplished robotic company. FBR specializes in robotics that are designed to work outdoors. If you have watched the videos you will see that the robots have no problem working in WA weather. FBR may have already certified the operating limitations for strong wind, heavy rain, hail, etc. This is all possible because of the patented "DST" dynamic stabilization technology. Right now FBR is finalizing commercialization of the fully automatic Brick Laying Robot, the only fully automatic one in the world. The robot as I have read is capable of .5mm accuracy and can make 1000 adjustments per second. FBR states that the DST is able to provide solutions for other industries. That could be big, very big. Other possibilities may include other construction equipment, automotive, defense/military, and aviation plus others, this is just my opinion.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jimmy
    I don't own any shares in FBR. Just don't like what they are doing. They need to be straight up. My son works for Caterpillar and he told me about the stock a few years back.
  • J
    Jimmy
    FBR asking for more money from investors. Investors, take my advice, don't let them have it. FBR has had years to have revenue coming in. Not going to happen.
  • j
    joe
    When I was a kid, I had a paper route with better results!
    Bearish
  • D
    DaveyBoy
    I've not seen clearly how the FBR tech injects the glue for the bricks. Not for real. Only seen it in the animation.
  • p
    pamela
    why aren’t we using this to build hospitals and clinics NOW????
  • D
    DanielT
    25 days and not a peep.
    Disappointed internet, disappointed.
  • m
    m
    FBR is going to have a huge moat. Value investors delight
  • w
    webpilot
    The Key Markets for FBR are, Mexicio, MENA, GCC, which includes UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain, and throughout Asia.
  • m
    m
    FBR is going to put walls around a guy named Jimmy
  • J
    Jim
    I see no potential in the house building industry for this machine. I do see where it could be used in building barricades or even fortresses, which (who knows) may be needed at anytime especially now.
  • D
    DaveyBoy
    I'm not sure their tech is where is needs to be yet. I think it's several more years away before it can be extremely competitive. I suspect they still have quite a lot of bugs to iron out.
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