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Confusion in DDD 2013 estimate



February 25, 2013 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: XONE

On it's transcript, the company estimated revenue growth of $440m - $485m (462.5 mid point), vs 353 in 2012, a 31% increase. Net income range 1.00 - 1.15. POST SPLIT revenue increase is est at 31% and EPS is 1.43 at the mid point vs. Zacks 1.47. At 1.15 EPS is 1.53. So why is the stock down $5? CNBC just reported the same idiotic numbers pre-split. No Wall St analysts seem to care about gross margin growth and cash flow growth. The stock is now trading at 22x 2013 earnings est.

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#1) On February 25, 2013 at 4:22 PM, awallejr (38.93) wrote:

I am not sure where you are geting your numbers from.  Everywhere I look it shows a negative PE.  I even thought 4Foolz redthumb pitch pretty compelling.  But what you really are seeing is what happens time and time again a massive correction after momentum stocks run up hard.  Look at DDD.

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#2) On February 25, 2013 at 9:34 PM, andrewupandabout (< 20) wrote:

DDD has also had their run-up in price. I'm hesitant to invest in either company as margins will get squeezed with the heavy burden of new entrants into 3d printing. Additionally the material revenue numbers aren't desirable. I can't imagine DDD will hold any edge in this arena.

Andrewupandabout (3D Printing YouTube Channel) 

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#3) On May 27, 2013 at 1:47 AM, chris293 (63.45) wrote:


      DDD does have earning for income that other companies may or may have, and the earning for the company are increasing.  There are times or cycles that companies go though that make the business world profitable or not for many investors.


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