written by reader Paul Mampilly America 2.0

By 4hisglory, January 7, 2020

I received an email and was wondering if anyone else had a South Carolina manufacturing company that’s around $10 share.

Right now, it’s trading right around $10.
But I think it could soar to $50 … and then potentially even $100.

John: So … a 1,000% gain. That’s incredible. You know, most people hope for 10% a year. At that rate … it would take 100 years to make 1,000% … but you’re saying these gains could come within the next few years.
Paul: That’s right. As little as three years. So, you will want to invest soon. The big money is starting to take notice.
BlackRock just bought 514,000 shares of this company.
Vident just added 404,000 shares.
And Invesco Advisers just bought 8,000,000 shares

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Paul Mampilly sounds like a crook in all of his promos, I wouldnt buy it even if i knew what it was.

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I’m guessing this is DDD , 3D printing. It’s up 2.85%
as I’m typing,. DDD is less than $9. I’m going to buy a little. It was a Motley Fool pick years ago
It ran to $97 back to $7 .

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After looking at institutional ownership , I’m now convinced it’s DDD. Invesco and Blackrock holdings were as advertised. Like I previously mentioned this company’s stock went parabolic a few years ago then fell lower than recommended price. I believe there is some structural change , management change or some type of catalyst involving their 3D printing business other than the retail arena which they floundered in. Stratasys was go to pick for industrial 3D manufacturing and my guess and it’s only a guess is that this is the path DDD is going down. Good Luck everyone, I started a position… Read More »