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melua
post Posted: Oct 7 2018, 08:39 AM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Aug 20 2018, 02:23 PM

Still a very big gap in valuations between TTT and A3D. I'd expect market inefficiency to be in play for a while (as it normally is) but I would expect A3D to keep rising now they have proved their ground breaking technology as the valuation of $60M is ridiculously low. In my opinion, what happens to TTT is dependent on real contracts being signed that justify the $230M valuation. I'm interested in seeing how TTT plan to get their parts certified as fit for purpose. Nothing announced on that front yet. DNVGL have an MOU with A3D to certify parts.

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post Posted: Aug 20 2018, 04:17 PM
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TTT were in a honeymoon phase that some tech stocks can have. A3D had the same in 2016/17. Reality then sets in.
TTT at some stage needs to justify the lofty market cap. Otherwise they will suffer the same fate imo.



 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Aug 20 2018, 01:40 PM

Certainly hasn't lived up to the initial hype, melua - same as A3D, which is now back down to 47c
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Hi blacksheep. Gap almost filled. Reality is it's still got nearly a $300M market cap now. Revenues last qtr = 0. Last update said "exponential revenue growth in 2019", What's "exponential" from zero though?
What revenue (not profits) in 2019 would justify $300M valuation?
Meanwhile A3D looking sick at a sub $30M valuation. 1/10th TTT.

 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 3 2018, 09:51 AM

Yes they do look similar in the early stages. A3D SP certainly got ahead of itself back in 2016 when it reached a high of $5.39. Question is will TTT follow once the initial excitement dies down? TTT chart has a gap @ $1.70.
Following are yearly charts for both

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The TTT chart is looking almost identical to the A3D chart in 2016. Which way will it go over the next 12 months?

 


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ALU received a mention in this article recently.
3-D PRINTING STOCKS POISED FOR RECOVERY
By Tony Featherstone
Wed 06 June 2018 08:15 AM
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Emerging 3-D printing play, Titomic, stands out. The stock soared in May on news it launched the world’s largest and fastest metal 3-D printer at its Melbourne facility.

Titomic has raced from a 52-week low of 37 cents to $2.74, making it one of the market’s hottest micro-caps.

Titomic’s industrial-scale 3-D printer, co-developed with CSIRO, could help automotive, aviation and other manufacturers to custom-print metal parts from their own manufacturing facility, without relying on suppliers Titomic’s additive-manufacturing processes are thought to slash the price of titanium manufacturing, compared to sourcing titanium from Russia.

ASX queried Titomic in May over disclosure of a collaborative agreement with major golf products supplier, Callaway Golf Company. In its response, Titomic said revenue from the agreement will be “nominal”. But the market’s reaction to talk of a major US sports company using 3-D printing technology to develop golf clubs, reinforces the technology’s potential.

Titomic has strong technology and CSIRO has a solid record of defending its patents. But after almost tenfold gains from its share price low, Titomic is one for speculators only. Better to stand aside and wait for more steam to come out of Titomic shares.

https://www.nabtrade.com.au/investor/insigh...rinting_stocks0
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Went through the $3.00 mark today - hope the SP is not getting ahead of itself, like it did with A3D?
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=ttt

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TTT Titomic, up again today, doubled in a month.

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Now Titomic, TTT, a titanium 3D printing biz. Just linked up with Callaway Golf.... for clubs. Also Morgan Stanley appeared on register with 5.5% holding.



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