Camtek gains after Chardan hikes PT, talks 3D printing

Chardan Capital's Jay Srivatsa has hiked his Camtek (CAMT +4.4%) PT to $6 from $2.50 in the wake of last Thursday's mixed Q4 results, and argues the company's solder mask deposition 3D printer (helps make printed circuit boards) could help produce "material" revenue/earnings growth in 2015.

Srivatsa now values Camtek at 15x 2015E EPS. He previously valued the company at 10x 2014E EPS.

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  • Esekla
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    The Q&A from the earnings call was not encouraging on this. As reported here



    they'll need to pick up the pace in order for those predictions to have any chance at coming true.
    18 Feb 2014, 02:29 PM Reply Like
  • 3D Printing Investor
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    Interesting- I alerted Camtek as a 3D play at under $2/share on November 22:


    Next up is MGI (OTC:FRIIF) with higher EPS than ANY 3D printing stock, and a lower PE, lower P/S:


    In 3 months maybe Charden will start covering MGI Digital also.
    18 Feb 2014, 02:33 PM Reply Like
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