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Universal Display Corporation (OLED)

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    Ernest
    UDC has no debt. Therefore, borrowing costs are not applicable to the valuation when considering increasing rates. The economy is strong and the consumer is buying TVs, phones etc all with oled. I think this stock is just caught up in the ETFs and the frenzy when looking solely at increasing rates as a reason to decrease valuation. Am I missing something or is this a buying opportunity with such a good forward PE?
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    T
    share price now below typical daily moving averages and has given back 50% of runup from March 2020. long term investors have seen this many times before. 2021 low is 180.20. triple bottom now on daily chart? maybe a good time to add shares or sell some puts.
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    Crazy
    Look at this ....OLED deals skyrocketted in September.
    OLED jumps very high whenever this happens...been tracking for last couple years.

    Previous quarter there very very less deals and OLED tanked.

    https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?q=OLED&searcharea=deals&searchin=first

    Added today.

    Don't forget to say Thanks :)
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    Eohippus
    Inflection point, there is another flight to value stocks from growth stocks do to the inflationary issues happening. This stock has no catalyst because of the dismal CC last quarter when they essentially said no growth for the rest of the year. So it will pivot one way or the other based on the quarterly report in early November. IF they hit numbers and increase guidelines we are back to the 220's, if they truly are being hit by the chip shortage and Covid issues then this could be a hold for a while.
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    Cap
    Why is everyone on this board assuming OLED technology is exclusive to Universal? LG screens are OLED. Does Universal make them? News to LG.
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    Ernest
    It seems there could be a big significant holder slowly unwinding position? Just my opinion based on the slow monotonous down on average volume trying to not disrupt market. These are the best quarters on the way, so that would seem to be the wrong thing to do.
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    Wade
    With iPhone 13 coming out and more people buying OLED TVs, I think OLED can overcome supply problems and reach $210 in the short term--$230 or higher next year.
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    Rick P
    well team, i am down to 1,000 shares. over the past 3 days i sold > 10,000 and applied all the proceeds to increase my holdings in CLF.

    as Arnold would say..... i'll be back.
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    Eohippus
    Could not resist, with it at 200 and then Benjo saying to sell that was the final bullish sign, so I bought some more shares yesterday at 200.72. Good luck to all longs.
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    Nicholas
    Anyone concerned that microled (not miniled) will eventually replace OLED? The theoretical advantages for microled are: 1. higher peak brightness; 2. no risk of burn in; and 3. eventually, less expensive. Strides are being made with OLED for brightness, though I'm not sure what is achieveable, and burn in, for practical purposes, isn't really an issue anymore. So it seems that, unless microled can eventually be cheaper than OLED, maybe there isn't really an advantage? As time goes on, OLED should become less expensive, and if this continues before microled hits the market, it makes me wonder if microled will have any advantages... if microled can't dethrone OLED, then OLED will be here for many decades to come.
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    Anonymous
    I beg to differ - this is a trading monster. Look at weekly chart BB's and Full Sto's. Oversold and clear sailing to 230 before earnings. Options baby!!!!
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    Anonymous
    Next bump in stock doesn't happen until the founders have the good sense to retire and put some fresh blood in charge....
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    tim
    Crazy how OLED is below $200 with future growth at 30%+ almost a certainty for next 5 years before lighting kicks in! Good luck to all, enjoy the ride!
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    steve
    does apple new iphone 13 LTPO use our OLED technology?
    Will we make money off iphone 13?
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    Anonymous
    Stock technically looks great, could have new daily low reversal today. Way oversold, RSI just over 30 and stock has history of turning without going below 30 - worth a shot as OLED lighting beginning to get traction as production costs come down.
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    JK
    MacBook Pro with OLED is coming!
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    harry
    LG Display to invest 3.3 tln won to expand OLED capacity
    All News 09:18 August 17, 2021

    SEOUL, Aug. 17 (Yonhap) -- LG Display Co., a major display panel maker in South Korea, said Tuesday it will invest 3.3 trillion won (US$2.8 billion) to expand its medium-and-small sized OLED display production capacity.

    The company said the investment, which will be made through March 2024, will be used in OLED facilities in South Korea that manufacture sixth-generation (1,500mm x 1,850mm) substrates.

    LG Display is the world's sole supplier of large-size OLED panels for TVs, but its competitiveness in the medium-and-small sized OLED sector is relatively weak.

    In the smartphone OLED panel, LG Display had a 10.6 percent revenue share in the first quarter of the year, far behind Samsung Display Co.'s 73.7 percent share, according to market researcher DSCC.

    Industry observers said the investment is expected to help LG Display to produce 60,000 medium-and-small sized OLED sheets per month at its plant in Paju, north of Seoul.

    LG Display reported 6.96 trillion won in sales and 701.1 billion won in operating profit in the second quarter of the year. In a conference call last month, the company said it is reviewing a plan to expand the capacity of its plastic OLED panels.
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    Eohippus
    Magnachip missed today because of a shortage of Display Device Integrated Chips. This could slow down new OLED display manufacturing growth, at least for short term.
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    tim
    Load up here if you’ve been following OLED for awhile. You won’t see pps this low again. GLTA
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    sturocks
    Flipping 10 share trades 100 time a day for about $1 return each time grosses you $100. After taxes about $67. I guess that's not a bad days profits for some?