Camtek (CAMT): Why Shares Are Likely To Double In 6-8 Months

This article will articulate why the average analyst estimate of 120% EPS growth at Camtek (CAMT) is reasonable and why I believe shares are poised to double over the next 6-8 months.


Company Overview

Founded in 1987 and based in Israel, Camtek Ltd. develops and manufactures optical systems for the inspection of semiconductor wafers, integrated circuit substrates, and printed circuit boards (PCB). The company has 480 full time employees and a noteworthy patent portfolio which is concentrated in the inspection and production of semiconductors and printed circuit boards. Camtek has approximately 30 million shares outstanding, a market capitalization just under $100 million, and generated $91 million in sales for the trailing twelve months.


Camtek’s “Gryphon” 3D Inkjet Printer Enters $70 Billion PCB Industry

After several years in development and having recently passed beta-testing, Camtek’s “Gryphon” 3D printer, which utilizes multiple print head inkjet technology, is now on the verge of commercialization in the PCB industry. The company recently opened a demonstration center in the heart of Silicon Valley for PCB manufacturers to give the "Gryphon" (pictured below) a test drive.

The global PCB market is estimated to grow from $62 billion last year to $74 billion by 2018 (Research and Markets), and the Gryphon addresses several needs within the industry that believe will lead to strong sales.

The modern PCB is comprised of hundreds of individual components, multiple layers of copper conductors, fire retardant insulators, multiple plated thru holes, and connectors. Manufacturers are squeezing more and more onto smaller and smaller boards, and a leading cause of PCB failure is from imprecise/faulty solder mask application on increasingly crowded and complex circuit boards. Solder mask is a thin polymer layer applied to printed circuit boards for protection against oxidation and to prevent formation of unwanted bridges within the ...

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Friday's trading closed with a "bullish hammer" as this video explains...


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Congratulations to subscribers who bought Graphene 3D Lab Inc. (GGG.V) on August 19th when I profiled the company. 

Graphene 3D Lab closed that day at .93 and is now heading to $2 on increasing volume.

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New Company Launching Graphene Filaments for 3D Printing by EOY: Graphene 3D Lab

 

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3D Printing 101

Hello there!

I’m excited to be part of the Marketfy community and hope subscribers to “Profit With 3D Printing Stocks” find the articles I write help them discover the next big 3D printing stock movers before the market discovers them.

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