3D Printing Metals

Metal 3D Printing Stocks: DM vs VLD vs MKFG

Investing in disruptive technologies sounds easy on paper. First, you identify when a technology moves from being emerging (team-with-a-dream) to disruptive (meaningful revenues growing quickly). Second, you find the leader(s) and invest in them, trusting that economies of scale will benefit the biggest fish in the pond. But things quickly become complicated when the technology […]

Desktop Metal Stock: New and Improved – On Sale 50% Off

If we had to pick our best quality, it would probably be modesty. Unlike other pundits, you won’t hear us constantly flaunting our best calls. We almost never mention the fact that we sold our Ali Baba holding right before shares tanked because of risks we pointed out. That call we made on Palantir and […]

Desktop Metal Stock: It’s Not You, It’s Us.

Whoever proposes that “upspeak” should be viewed as acceptable in the workplace should choose another hill to die on. Also referred to as “Valley Girl talk,” this method of speaking telegraphs to the audience that you’re uncertain about what you are saying. To be seen as an authority, you need to speak and act with […]

7 Space Rocket Companies Launching Small Satellites

A funny thing happened on the way to the public markets: A startup waiting to finalize a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) made extensive financial disclosures before sealing the deal. Rocket Lab, a leading space rocket company primarily serving the small satellite market, released a 700-plus-page document that spelled out the risks […]

Velo3D Stock – Another 3D Printing Metals Stock?

SPACs are starting to form small herds. First, there was Velodyne and all the LiDAR stocks that followed it. Now, 3D printing metal stocks are forming a clique. First, Desktop Metal, then Markforged, and now Velo3D, a company we first came across back in 2017. Back then, they were operating under the radar, and today, […]

Markforged Stock – A Play on 3D Printing and AI

Deciding what to write about here on Nanalyze is pretty easy. We cover 51 different technology themes and there are 52 weeks in a year. One a week, job done. When it comes to Nanalyze Premium articles, we focus on stocks and ETFs that provide exposure to these themes with emphasis on the 28 stocks […]

The World’s Largest Metal 3D Printer is Printing Rockets

We’ve often wondered why stealth mode startups have websites. Isn’t being found the one thing you don’t want to happen when operating in stealth mode? Not so, says Bond Collective, a provider of “thoughtfully curated boutique work environments” that charges wantreprenuers $900 a month for “an unmatched experience.” In some cases, a stealth mode startup […]

Desktop Metal Stock and Additive Manufacturing 2.0

When the company that produces the world’s fastest metal 3D printers, Desktop Metal, announced their intentions to go public, shares of another metal 3D printing company, ExOne (XONE), soared. On the surface, this makes no sense. If ExOne’s competitor is successfully raising more capital to sell a superior metal 3D printer, shouldn’t that be bad […]

What’s Happening with 3D Printing Stock Titomic (TTT)?

For your average John Doe investor with a brokerage account, investing in disruptive technologies like 3D printing can seem futile. Even if you can avoid the over the counter (OTC) companies pretending to be pure-play stocks, investing in actual pure-play stocks may empty your wallet simply because the entire business model changed. Even if you […]

Desktop Metal 3D Printers Set to Disrupt Manufacturing

Fake news is a term that has been bandied about quite liberally the last few years. Politics aside, most news narratives tend to be pretty black and white, while the reality is that there are usually shades of grey to any story. Take the ongoing saga of 3D printing. We’ve certainly written loads about how […]