The ExOne Company

NASDAQ: XONE
$26.70
+$0.00 (+0.0%)
Closing price November 24, 2021
Here's a quick look at company earnings reports that came out after U.S. markets closed on Monday and before they opened again Tuesday morning.
While the total number of company earnings reports due out next week is way down from the peak of just a couple of weeks ago, there remain plenty of interesting firms to preview.
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Tuesday, including Autodesk, Check Point Software, Darden Restaurants, Nike, Oracle and more.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Analog Devices, Apple, Best Buy, Dell Technologies, Dollar Tree, Ford, General Electric, General Motors, HP, Medtronic and Zscaler.
3D Systems badly missed analyst estimates Wednesday morning and investors are taking down other 3D printing stocks as well. But the whole group may hold a few opportunities.
Short interest fell during the two-week reporting period ending December 14 on all four 3D printing stocks we follow, even as their share prices were declining sharply.
Short interest was mixed on 3D printing stocks in the two-week reporting period that ended November 30. Short sellers appear to be losing interest in the industry.
Short interest in 3D printer makers was mixed in the two-week reporting period that ended November 15.
Short interest on 3D printing firms mostly decreased in the two-week reporting period through October 31. Trading was active, however.
Short sellers remained mixed on the four 3D printing stocks we follow. The percentage changes were fairly even and trading action was also mixed.
Short sellers can't seem to make up their minds if being short in 3D printing stocks is a good place to be or a not-so-good place to be.
Short sellers appear to be looking at something other than 3D printing stocks for trading action. Changes in short interest were small and days to cover were rising.
Short interest declined on three of the four 3D printing stocks we follow. Share prices soared on a couple of the stocks in the two-week reporting period that ended August 31.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks dropped sharply in the two week reporting period that ended August 15. Share prices soared on two of the four stocks we track.
Short sellers made relatively modest changes to their positions in the two-week period ending July 31. Those who bet against one of the companies made a tidy 20% profit.