Ask a Fool: How Do I Get on Board With 3-D Printing?
Jun 19th 2013 7:59AM
Updated Jun 19th 2013 8:50AM
In the following video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos takes a question from a Motley Fool reader on Facebook, who asks: "I have researched 3D additive printing and have a small amount of money to invest as part of my 'more aggressive-more speculative' investment strategy. I already have a small position in Dassault Systems because I believe they have a good handle on the software, but I would like to invest in a hardware and services provider. I have looked at Stratasys , 3D Systems and ExOne , but all seem to be about the same as playing red or black on the roulette wheel. Now that I know a little bit about 3D printing and believe it has the potential to be a major 'game-changer,' how do I get on board?"
3D Systems is at the leading edge of a disruptive technological revolution, with the broadest portfolio of 3-D printers in the industry. However, despite years of earnings growth, 3D Systems' share price has risen even faster, and today the company sports a dizzying valuation. To help investors decide whether the future of additive manufacturing is bright enough to justify the lofty price tag on the company's shares, The Motley Fool has compiled a premium research report on whether 3D Systems is a buy right now. In our report, we take a close look at 3D Systems' opportunities, risks, and critical factors for growth. You'll also find reasons to buy or sell the stock today. To start reading, simply click here now for instant access.
The article Ask a Fool: How Do I Get on Board With 3-D Printing? originally appeared on Fool.com.Blake Bos has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends 3D Systems, Stratasys, and The ExOne Company. The Motley Fool owns shares of 3D Systems and Stratasys and has the following options: Short Jan 2014 $36 Calls on 3D Systems and Short Jan 2014 $20 Puts on 3D Systems. 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.