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OK, volatility is not done, however, OLED is a screaming buy with future year PE at 22. No debt, rising dividend, explosive future growth, increased sources of revenue. Cmon man, buy more of this stock - I am!!
Y'all stop hating on me. I'm just being real.
@Rob: yes, $90 is a really good price to buy in. You might see some dips below that with unknowns from the recession, but I expect that only to be temporary.
New supply chain rumor today predicts “Apple is going to put OLED displays in all iPads, because it provides brighter screens that last longer.” Starting with iPad Pro. Special OLED screens manufactured in a new process at Samsung.
Hey Ash, OLED way down this morning— what are your thoughts? Buy at 90? Things are dropping fast and the downturn could only get worse. I am now down over 1/3 of my investment, but because I bought and sold the big reversals over the years, I am still up over all.
LG Chem starts supplying deuterium blue OLED emitters to LG Display
Last year LG Display unveiled its latest OLED TV technology, branded as OLED EX, which uses a deuterium-based blue emitter materials, that enabled that LG to increase brightness by up to 30%. These panels are now adopted in LG's higher-end OLED TV panels.
According to a report from Korea, the deuterium-based blue emitters were supplied to LGD by DuPont. But the company has also been working its affiliate LG Chem to develop the capabilities to produce a similar deuterium emitter, and now LG Chem is starting to supply some of these materials to LGD.
Under 100 could be a good buy
BOA downgraded this am from buy to neutral (hold) and PT from $190 to $135.
UBI: the OLED emitter material market up 9% to $420 million in Q1 2022
UBI Research says that the OLED emitter material market reached $421 million in Q1 2022, down 21.1% from the previous quarter, but up 9% compared to Q1 2021. UBI estimates that the OLED emitter material market will reach $1.77 billion in 2022, and will grow to $2.4 billion by 2026.
UBI says that sale of materials for TV and mobile devices decreased (compared to Q4 2021) while sales of materials for the production of IT (laptops, tablets and monitors) displays were up $6.6 million.
The leading OLED material providers in the quarter were UDC ($86.6 million, with a 20% market share), DuPont ($41.3 million) and Duksan ($37.5 million). UDC actually saw increased material sales in the quarter (up from $85.5 in Q4 2021), as it has raised its prices.
This is interesting...kinda a hybrid screen type from the sounds of it...
With all the current phone deals, Verizon's free iPhone for every user as an example, I wonder how the increase in new phone sales will affect emitter sales? Also saw OLED sets for sale at Sam's for less than $1000; albeit an older model. OLED's are breaking into laptops, foldables, and smaller televisions.
A recent article in Maximumpc stated that microleds are still more than half decade from being commercially viable. If UDC does release a commercial blue, the power savings would be significant. Can't imagine anyone not using it unless it increases burn-in. With the volatile market swings, the current year should be interesting.
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Anybody own AUOTY? Up 35% on low volume. What's going on?
How far will OLED go down and when is a good buy in point? I hate to say it, but the way things are going Bingo may not be too far off at 60. However, I don’t think we will see the bottom until summer/fall of next year— if we do hit 60-75, I will double my shares— and then triple with a recovery to 100….
As I've been saying for awhile now, OLED will be a good buy under $100 ($90 for me personally). However, be weary: the recession is coming and it's gonna hurt.
Well, my dad is certain that weak hands are out of the market and the bottom is reached. He thinks institutional buyers will step in aggressively now for the next year or so— OLED turns around so quickly and it will be nice to be back in the black (150 for me), but I am still reticent to buy more until what is traditionally the strongest season— end of October, November— it’s too early to tell and bear markets traditionally last for over a year….
INTERESTING ARTICLE. SOUNDS LIKE BOTH UCD AND KYULUX WILL BE COMING OUT WITH BLUE AT THE SAME TIME?? ANY THOUGHTS HOW THIS MIGHT IMPACT UDC? Kyulux says it is on track to commercialize green Hyperfluorescence materials in 2023, red and blue in 2024
Kyulux gave a very upbeat presentation at SID Displayweek, during which it updated on its latest material specification and its commercialization plans.
Kyulux RGB material performance (SID Displayweek 2022)
Kyulux managed to increase the lifetime of its Hyperfluorescence emitter systems (which features an IQE of 100% and a narrow emission spectrum) quite dramatically in the past year – its green material now offers a lifetime of 59,000 hours (LT95@1000 nits, top emission), while the red material is at 20,000 hours. The blue material has also increase from280 hours to 450 hours in the past year.
Kyulux has also unveiled its commercialization plans. For its green and red materials, the company is already working with customers to optimize the device stack, and pilot testing should begin in Q3 2022 (for the green material). Kyulux expects to see its green material enter mass production (and adoption) in the second half of 2023, for smartphone AMOLED displays. The red material will follow suit with production in early 2024.
Kyulux’s blue material is also advancing, and the company says it will have a commercial-grade material by the end of 2022. Commercialization should begin before the end of 2024. This is a similar timeline to what Universal Display announced earlier this year, this is going to be very interesting to watch.
what is up w this premarket move?
If the economic downturn follows the 80-81 recession, the market correction could last until November 2023. I plan to triple my OLED shares, but I don’t want to jump the gun— historically, the biggest corrections in the stock are august-October…
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