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The Company through subsidiaries designs, develops, manufactures, markets and services rapid 3-D printing, prototyping and manufacturing systems and related products and materials.
Citron report released today on DDD. I am surprised they singled out The Motley Fool in their report. This situation leaves me to believe investors will sell and ask questions later. At this point, I don't think it matters who's right or wrong. Does Citron have any merit in their report? Well, the majority of the time they are correct and the stock falls off a cliff. We will see if it happens this time around.
Great Scott!I didn't even consider researching this stock with Citron... or Valueline or William O'Neil for that matter... good call!
I own this stock and see massive growth in the years ahead. Many companies with huge potential are going to be overvalued in their early stages, but as sales catch up to potential, the valuation will fall in line. The buying frenzy that happens between potential and realized potential is nothing but profits for the investors who got in early. Right now, I am happy buying potential, and I'll wait for the others to buy in once sales and technological advancements take off. 3D Systems is the largest 3D printing company, and its relentless buyout of numerous companies tells me this company will come out on top.
There comes a point in time when valuations DO matter. DDD has seen a massive run up, almost parabolic. This usually does not bode well for investors. Does this mean DDD will not go up in the future? I am not saying that at all. However, expectations are so high for this company, a slew of missed earnings can bury this stock. I would be a buyer of this stock when I see a consolidation over several months and then breaks out. DDD needs to beat earnings and raise guidance to show growth investors that there is still a large growth rate in the future. Slower growth is a trend a growth stocks can't live with. The valuation has to come down, and it has during this selloff (still not enough with a P/E of 77). Although it may not happen, I would be a buyer in the $20-$25 range.
The panic selloff officially ended in March. Did anyone actually bother to READ the Citron report?
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