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|Whilst the majority on this BB have a holding of some description or just monitoring the share, we do need to have a balanced view. I've not come across anyone here who is openly stating they are shorting. Whilst we all want the share price to keep on rising, we do have to take stock of where we've come from in such a short period of time. Everyone has their price target and reason for selling up and given the recent run, no harm in banking some profits. My price is 50p and whilst I appreciate it could go even higher, the downside risk is even greater now in my opinion.|
|Agreed yump. This time we all have stop losses set|
|... and OK, since some of think I'm deramping I may as well oblige.
So far IQE has not exhibited great performance and its debateable whether it has exhibited anything other than average performance. Couple that with a PEG of well over 1 (on next year's forecast as well).
Not so long ago the bulk of posters were moaning about how rubbish IQE was and yet not much has materially changed, yet (there you are the 'yet' is there so you know I think it might change).|
|I've found over the years, that by some miracle I can hold a share with a degree of hope and also for the most part tolerate the idea that it might not be God's gift to investors, regardless of how many people think it is.
The difficulty is in recognising when there is a bandwagon and when there is just great performance.|
|It still has 60p in it in this push. Longer term much more.|
|And the subtlest deramper ever!
|Yump, are you one of those people that craves misery and disappointment on a daily basis :)|
|Might just be the internet viral effect. Nobody is interested, then you get a critical mass of people who are, then it goes a bit viral and everybody is interested.
Up until the point where half the people realise they've bought because other people are buying. Twas always the way, but now it happens quicker and it tails off suddenly as well.|
|Lets break 60p first before we start to think this is going places.... Currently its still, pretty much, a penny stock. We should be heading to the top of FTSE 250.
Come on 60p! You can do it!|
|Some larger sells today, so expect an RNS in the next few days confirming that another major holder has reduced their stake !!!The share price has almost reached my target for the year of 50p. We've had a great run since August but I'm not so convinced like others on this BB, that the results will be as good as we are all expecting to justify the current share price I think the price is ahead of the actual reality.|
|Those explanations don't make sense. It cannot have all happened since August after such a long time, unless the vast majority are just lemming-like.|
21 Feb 2017 - BluGlass Ltd (ASX:BLG) CEO and Managing Director, Giles Bourne, talks about RPCVD, and how it will change the LED market
Iqe gets a mention|
|yump et all.Remember that bridge I was talking about? Now what about if it was made of this? Maybe steel is at the end of its 'Moore's Law' also!This has nothing to do with compound semiconductors but the evolution of materials in general.https://youtu.be/VIcZdc42F0g|
|This might be useful background info for some of you...
|..... and people are beginning to understand the technology and the significance of the technology!|
|It would look like vast numbers of investors recognise that IQE has set the foundations for higher growth to come. Hence the steady increase in share price over the past months.|
|I have a concern about the ability of IQE to capitalise on their position, as the market leaders when smartphone sales went from 122m in 2007 to 1400m in 2015, did they really drive home this advantage?Having followed this co for many years I've often seen posts criticising the management for there lack of commerciality. Shareholder value has seemed low on there priority.|
|This is going higher still today - imo.|
That makes sense - sounds like the plateau I was reading about recently, where tech. develops rapidly up to a plateau and then you wait a while for the next upsurge, driven by more drastic breakthroughs. So presumably, the hope is that IQE are at the forefront of the rise to the next level.
Lack of a sell-off is puzzling. I can't believe all the traders, pi's, funds have suddenly had a change of heart, although it does seem to happen regularly. Shares with loads of trading, stuck in a range and then up they go. Perhaps there are a lot of new year portfolios being filled.|
|60p after results.|
|I guess the only real worries are those held by anyone having gone short and still expecting a drop back down to 30s or whatever ;-)|
|A new high @48.50p|
|Daily chart looking like a drunk with an Etch-A-Sketch.|
|...Or, will IQE come up with a technology that supersedes all the competion:
IQE has many exciting development activities in place to ensure continuing support of our growing customer base and the increasing range of commercially important semiconductor devices. Supporting the most diverse product portfolio in the industry, IQE's development efforts activities include internally-funded, government-funded, customer-funded and third-party co-funded efforts, and are associated with next generation applications as well as process improvements leading to greater throughput, higher-quality products, better manufacturing yield, increased production uptime and new product development.
Whilst a number of research and development programmes are subject to non-disclosure agreements and confidentiality, there are some programmes in the public domain, examples of which include:
•Integration of III-V with Si
•Graphene for RF electronics
•QD VCSELs (EU VISIT program)
•Mixed nitride-antimonide-based detectors
•High power InP-based quantum cascade lasers
Many other R&D activities, particularly those that are funded or co-funded by customers are subject to strictly controlled confidentiality procedures and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) within IQE."