Have 3D Printer Shares Hit the Top?
The 3D printing space is one that everyone has been wanting in on recently. The process has been viewed as a game changer for many manufacturing industries and, as there are only two publicly traded stocks in this sphere, 3D Systems (NYS: DDD) and Stratasys (NAS: SSYS) , those shares are in high demand.
But share prices have been flat lately over the last three months, and a lot of negativity in the media has been asking if hype has overvalued these share prices. And is this as high as they're going to go? In this video, Motley Fool Consumer Goods Analyst Blake Bos separates the signals from the noise, and tells us, apart from the hype, what investors really need to look at to determine whether or not these stocks are ready to drop, or if they may reach the valuation everyone's been hoping for.
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The article Have 3D Printer Shares Hit the Top? originally appeared on Fool.com.Blake Bos has no positions in the stocks mentioned above.The Motley Fool owns shares of 3D Systems and has the following options: short Jan 2014 $55 calls and short Jan 2014 $30 puts. Motley Fool newsletter services recommend 3D Systems and Stratasys. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly represented The Motley Fool's ownership stake in 3D Systems. We regret the error.