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  • Apple's Expanding Ecosystem Will Help These Stocks Triple [View article]
    Everyone was a genius in the dot com era too. See how the picks go when the market is in a different direction. The posters points are there have been many, many triples. However, on sheer mono alone it pays to read Marks articles.
    Jan 6 10:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why You Should Sell 3D Systems And Buy Organovo [View article]
    How did the author get from (in his link) "It also adds cells from the lining of a blood vessel to allow the liver cells to receive nutrients and oxygen." to saying they can print blood vessels? Even if they printed vessels, you would still need something flowing through them to provide any value. Honestly think for a second about what you write.
    And as for complete organs, a liver has a viability time outside the body of 8 hours.. to a max of around 18 hours. So they would need to print it off in this timeframe. Take a look at how long some of the non-organic models take to print. Not gonna happen in this lifetime.
    Dec 31 12:51 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why You Should Sell 3D Systems And Buy Organovo [View article]
    Funny no comments by the longs..
    Dec 31 12:44 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Production Progress Is On The March [View article]
    RxR and realtime, thanks for the reads and background. Reading some of this reminds me so much of another i am watching to see collapse, ZERO. 15 years with many promises, contracts, deals, distributors... 82 million spent on lofty salaries, massive warrant packages and god knows what else under "other", with a massive $69,000 in revenue over the entire time. Recent ASM stated they were now "finally transitioning from an r&d company to sales" in spite of years of obviously trying to do the same on 7 other scam products.... 'honestly.. This time we REALLY are'.. Lol. Even the wording used by unxl is so similar its uncanny. Amazing these things can continue for so long with the easily researched nr history they leave behind right in front of peoples faces.
    Dec 22 12:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    Cosmo, it's done.. Finite..
    What else would their IR firm say??? As I pointed out above for example, ZERO has blown $82,000,000 over 15 years with $69,000 of revenue to show, with 8 products that were "the one". After a while with one being promoted, a newer "better" one comes out so it can be perpetuated. These companies can say what they want. What defines if it is 'legit' or not in your opinion is if guys are showing up in the morning and getting a paycheque? A person with an idea doesn't make something legit on it's own.
    Dec 17 10:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    Cosmo, as MG points out, ALWAYS read the fine print on those. And for future, keep in mind a penny can make ANY claims and say they are 'working' towards that, but never get there. ZERO gas been doing it for 15 years. CHMR claimed a new fracking tech, and even showed a signed deal with Pemex. Go to YouTube and search 'chimera pemex' to hear recording of someone calling to try to verify..funny. Best to go in 100% skeptical first, and work back with pennies than the other way around.
    Dec 17 10:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    You don't need a crystal ball.. This one was pretty obvious.
    Dec 17 10:04 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    Exactly onvo.. Newsletter today backpedaling on that lol.
    Dec 17 10:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    How's that good trade working out?
    Dec 17 09:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Makism 3D Corp. - Why This $75 Million Company Could Drop By 75% Or More [View article]
    Cosmo, you say they have an actual, affordable product. Where is it? Where can we see it?
    you say they have a presentation in January. How much you want to bet that never happens, and thus is done long before then?
    do you understand that these science parks are basically pre-business incubators, mainly for broke startups with an idea?
    why go public? You know why companies do? Why then agree to a deal where you can't sell stock?

    and finally, you do understand there are other companies that make 3d printers don't you? You do know you can buy kits to make your own don't you? Tell us all how these printers are any better or do something different than what is out there?
    please, invest in this. Come back in exactly 1 month and we'll see where you are at.
    Dec 12 02:18 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Bull Is Wrong On NQ Mobile And Muddy Water [View article]
    Richard, then why did you only point out one ipo to try to make the point toro is wrong, while ignoring the rest? Why not try to prove how these are wrong? You pick and chose selectively, but then complain when others use the same method back at you?
    Classic..... It's only fair..
    Dec 6 04:12 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Camtek Should Be CAN'T [View article]
    Fact of the matter is, if "3d" wasn't used by management, or other SA writers, 95% of the people here defending this wouldn't be here.
    Dec 6 09:47 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Camtek Should Be CAN'T [View article]
    Even for prototyping, it replaces ONE step.. The PCB still needs to be made. And even then, the PCB company wouldn't get rid of their existing mask line because they would need it for high volume production. I pointed out in another comment that to do iPad monthly volume, you would need around 45 of the printers. You would need to load each one.. How many people to do that vs one on a conventional line?
    Dec 6 09:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Camtek Should Be CAN'T [View article]
    'mastered' it? They haven't even sold one yet. And how is a simple mask 'the most difficult' part?
    Laughable to now be extrapolated to building full PCBs. Reminds me of the organovo crowd after seeing a few cells being deposited talking about full organs being next like it's something just on the horizon.
    Dec 6 09:38 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Camtek Should Be CAN'T [View article]
    Using the size/speed example, and a rough number to make a point, you could fit about 12 pcb's to fit something like an ipad I would guess on the max size the greenjet prints. In a day, there are 1440 minutes. In a 31 day month, there are 44,640 minutes. Apple, with just this ONE product ships around 2 million per month. So to keep up, you would need 45 greenjets running 24 hours a day. So the investment, outside of ink for a company to make pcb's for the ipad would be $13,500,000 just to print those pcb's soldermask.

    So I would be interested in someone who is in the industry stating how fast current lines could run something similar off., value of the machinery/consumables estimated to do so, and factoring in the 4 people vs 1 person running the greenjet. I cannot see how this could ever replace large volume printing economically.
    Dec 4 12:18 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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