3D Printing

  • 09 Jul
    Sunday Edition: This 3D Printer Manufacturer Just Gave Us Another Buying Opportunity

    Sunday Edition: This 3D Printer Manufacturer Just Gave Us Another Buying Opportunity

    Back in April, I wrote about 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) and a technical pattern on its chart that indicated the stock was about to begin a new uptrend that could see the stock price rising 168% or more.

    The technical pattern discussed in the article—which is available here—was the contracting triangle, a continuation pattern that indicated that once the price broke out of the pattern, a new uptrend would begin for DDD.

    So where is DDD today? Well, by the first week of May, not even two weeks after writing about the stock, the price had broken out of the contracting triangle pattern and was beginning a new uptrend. Within days of the breakout, the price rose nearly 40%.

    But if you’re reading this and kicking yourself for not buying DDD back then, I have good news for you. More →

  • 23 Apr
    Sunday Edition: What Ever Happened To 3D Printing?

    Sunday Edition: What Ever Happened To 3D Printing?

    Have you ever read about or seen a new technology in action and thought to yourself “I’ve arrived in the future”?

    With the explosive rate at which technology has been moving in this century alone, I imagine the answer is a resounding “yes!”

    A few years ago, much of the hype about the future today was focused on 3D printers. Personal 3D printers were suddenly on the market for $1,000, and then $500, and then $300, and buyers of these printers imagined themselves not only designing and developing products of their own, but also printing and replacing broken parts, all in the comfort of their own homes. More →

  • 30 Aug
    Is There A Second Chance For 3D Printing?

    Is There A Second Chance For 3D Printing?

    • 3D printing stocks are back to the pre-3D printing stock boom.
    • The future of 3D printing looks too good to be true.
    • Microsoft is an example of how it is also a good idea to wait and invest only when the trend is really confirmed.

    Introduction

    3D printing isn’t currently in fashion in the investing world, but it serves as a perfect example of how investors’ excitement about uncertain future prospects can fuel an incredible stock boom that quickly fades as fundamentals don’t support the excitement. More →