Graphene 3D Labs (GPHBF) makes graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing applications. The company develops graphene nanocomposites and other materials to enhance electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as mechanical strength. Its materials are used for fused filament fabrication, as well as the design, manufacture, and marketing of three-dimensional printers and products worldwide for customers in the aerospace and automotive industries, manufacturers of medical prosthetics, and the military.
Graphene was first discovered in 2003 and is what many call a “magic substance”. Graphene is 100 times stronger than steel and conducts electricity. This material would enable other companies to eventually purchase it as filament and use it to 3D print electronics.
Graphene 3D Lab stock is a high risk, high reward play. The company just announced a day ago, on January 29, 2015, that it has assembled an industrial scale extruder line that can mass produce up to 10 kg per hour of 3D printer filament. The company writes, “The installation of an industrial-scale extruder in Q1 of 2015 is in line with the milestones established in the Company’s business plan. Sales of conductive graphene filament are expected to begin before the end of the first quarter of 2015.” This is excellent news for the company, as a revenue stream will soon be in place. They expect sales of their conductive graphene nanocomposite filament to begin before the end of March, and such sales should be reflected in their first quarter financial report.
Graphene 3D Lab Stock Chart
In about 2 seconds you are going to see what I absolutely love about the Graphene 3D Lab stock chart.
What a beautiful candle over candle reversal on a high volume buy side surge. It just broke above its pivot level at $0.798 today. I don’t see this as a quick 5% to 10% swing trade. This is more of a longer term investment unless it spikes up too fast on us.
Disclosure: I just bought Graphene 3D Lab stock (GPHBF) in my personal trading account. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it. I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.