A Glimpse Into Q2 Voxeljet Results

Aug. 02, 2017 5:05 AM ET1 Comment
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Summary

  • The best is yet to come as the stock moves up on analyst upgrades
  • Rosy outlook supported by regional growth especially Asia
  • Printer Backlog Growth Underscores a Successful Strategy

Summary of what the Q2 results may present to the price of the stock.

What you will hear on Aug 15 CC that will propel VJET higher. When earnings are announced on Aug 14, it will not move the stock too much. The next day on the CC, MGMT will provide a very upbeat story on Asia, particularly China w/ India coming on strong a little further down the road. The path to a positive EBITDA will become very visible to the analyst community driving them to upgrade and reset price targets of $6 to $7.

Expansion in the UK will further validate the growth potential as they are moving to a new larger facility that is opening in Oct. in order to meet rising demand there.

US activity should continue to remain strong as that operation is already generating a positive cash flow based upon the statements made at the last CC. China and India are projected to do the same once initial operations are fully implemented. Then we start the run up to double digits early next year.

Keep your focus on the backlog and the average price of the printers which should validate Management's claims of outstanding progress.

In conclusion I am expecting mediocre financial performance for Q2 which will be overshadowed by a more than likely set of very positive developments for the second half of the year and beyond with an accelerated growth story and outstanding gross margins.

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