|Bid||20.17 x 400|
|Ask||22.40 x 100|
|Day's Range||20.16 - 21.31|
|52 Week Range||18.00 - 30.88|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Here are three key takeaways from the 3D printing company's Q4 earnings call.
3D Systems Corporation (NSYE:DDD) isn’t printing money for bulls just yet, but Wednesday was a nice step in the right direction both off and on the 3D Systems stock chart. Bottom line, the past four years have been a hard lesson for some investors wagering too aggressively on 3D Systems. Wall Street’s once deafening drumbeat of hype and overly ambitious expectations have been replaced by poor business conditions and a crashing stock price that could still find some bulls underwater by as much as 88%.
The 3D printing company's key fourth-quarter metrics moved in the right direction, but its planned ramp up in investments resulted in a more tepid 2018 outlook than many market participants expected.
On Feb. 28, investors should focus on 3D printer sales and competitive pressures when the 3D printing company reports fourth-quarter and full-year 2017 earnings.
It’s an ideal platform for a technology like 3D printing, where the ability to customize products can have a dramatic effect on their physical qualities. No surprise, really, that more teams are turning to technology for a leg up. The United States’ luge team jumped on the bandwagon in the lead up to PyeongChang, enlisting the help of Stratasys to design a better sled.
It formed a company with 3D printing firm Stratasys. SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC) and Stratasys Ltd. (Stratasys) formed a joint venture (JV) company that will provide 3D printed parts for use ...
Short interest mostly dropped in the 3D printing stocks as share prices posted big gains in the two-week period ended January 12.