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    HOBO
    HOBO
    Without getting into a long dissertation, those selling OLED will regret it for a long long time - all longs its nothing but roses coming up.
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    Mark
    Mark
    The Dump Donald Movement continues to gain traction.
    Best guess is that he gets a "non-prosecution agreement"
    covering himself and his daughter/son in law in exchange for resigning.
    I am guessing this happens before year end.
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    The next few months will be huge for OLED! iPhone will no longer be speculation but reality! They will call it something other than OLED but smart investors will know. Long and strong!
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    Mark
    Mark
    It's incredibly sad that after blowing out all expectations last quarter that management projected second half of the year sales at less than the figure for the first half.
    At that point it was sadly apparent that this stock is dead money for the next quarter or two.

    To make things worse this is a market that is punishing dead money.
    Watch out below because this stock is going to retrace to a level below $100 per share and
    potentially substantially below that benchmark.
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    John Abraham
    John Abraham
    This is bubble, why pay more when you can buy COHR less than 15 PE? COHR is stable...
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    Tony
    Tony
    The rumors and news coming out about QD and patent expiration reminds me of a time not too long ago. This too shall pass.
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    Mark
    Mark
    So will it pull back today just like yesterday after it rallied about $2?
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    Morgan
    Morgan
    8K resolution

    ■ 8K resolution has four times more pixels than 4K resolution, which is currently widely available in the U.S.

    ■ Compared to other screens with a height of 1,080 pixels or 3,840 pixels in 4K screens, 8K has a whopping 7,680 pixels — creating the clearest image imaginable.

    ■ 8K televisions are expected to be widely sold in the U.S. between 2018 and 2020.

    ■ The clear images produced on 8K screens are already starting to aid the aviation, medical and automotive industries worldwide.

    ■ 8K video storage and editing requires higher computing power. Foxconn expects to use ultra-fast 5G wireless internet to accommodate the higher resolution images.

    Facts at a glance:

    ■ Foxconn will build 8K LCD displays backlit by LED lights

    ■ Some say 8K technology will be widely available in one to three years

    ■ 8K displays are currently only built and available in Japan

    ■ 8K video storage and editing requires massive computers and computing power, which consume additional power and bandwidth.
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    Davo
    Davo
    $400 per share in 24 months
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous

    Darice? Hello, Darice? Why don't you post things like this on your FB page? It's a great article.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/technology

    Technology - Bloomberg
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    ksea
    ksea
    So what happened to the pump gang? OLED dropped with forecast for lower guidance the rest of the year and the entire pump squad disappears? No Motley fool articles touting this as the top stock to own?..... Seems interesting that 6-7 constant pump screen names all disappear at the same time? I guess with the allure of sucking in newbie money all but gone, the pump crew has retreated back into their toilet dwellings. But, isn't this the time you should be pumping the stock? Earnings was great and guidance was good but not huge.....real supporters of this company should be out pushing the news, trying to get the hype up and moving again?
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    Tim
    Tim
    The new Essential Phone pretty much is the nail in the coffin for OLED techmologies.
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    Tony
    Tony
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    Tony
    Tony
    Samsung Note 8 release event is August 23rd. When does Apple usually announce the new iPhone reveal? Except for these two events creating some excitement about unit sales volume, we are stuck until earnings.
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    Tony
    Tony
    Wednesday Apple Rumors: Photos of Possible 60-Inch Apple TV Leak
    Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today are photos of a possible TV from AAPL. Apple TV: A new leak shows what may be a TV set from AAPL, reports BGR. New Shows: Apple is reportedly looking to focus more on TV content in the future, 9
    www.yahoo.com
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    ksea
    ksea
    nice confirmation article of OLED used in Iphone 8 today should do something for the pps still no word on what model(s) will have the OLED screen.
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    Gerald
    Gerald
    Like OLED, NVDA blew past earnings expectations yet went down anyway. The reason may just be that the market is in a bad mood this time of the year.

    From Barron's:
    Since 1950, however, August has been the worst month for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to the Stock Trader’s Almanac edited by Jeffrey A. Hirsch. And, in a note written along with Christopher Mistal, Augusts in years after presidential elections have been especially treacherous.

    In post-presidential election years since 1953, August has been dead last with an average decline of 1.8%. Six of those years have been gainers while 10 have been downers. That fits in with the familiar pattern the Stock Trader’s Almanac traces back to 1833: The first year after a presidential election is the worst in the four-year election cycle while the year before a presidential election is the best.

    And, for reasons possibly mystical, years ending in 7 have been particularly treacherous during this period.

    In Leuthold’s Green Book (as the firm’s widely read monthly publication for clients is popularly called), Ramsey reproduces charts of stock prices for years ending in 7, going all the way back to 1887, and darned if they all don’t have some sort of swoon around this time of year.
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    Roshambo
    Roshambo
    Saw the 'QLED is the future not OLED' headline on yahoo news this morning and read the article. Claimed that QLED will be so much more efficient to produce and faster in ramping up production and driving down cost that it will take significant market share from OLED even though OLED may have a better picture. Does anyone know the source of article and/or how factual the claims are?
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    Roshambo
    Roshambo
    Does Universal Display Corp. benefit from QLED technology being adopted rather than OLED technology?
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    John Abraham
    John Abraham
    This is bubble, why pay more when you can buy CRUS less than 12 PE? CRUS is stable AAPL supplier too.