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Graphene #1339446 Sat Dec 28 2019 04:25 PM
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Anyone following the development of graphene either from a investment point of view or applications?


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339466 Sat Dec 28 2019 07:01 PM
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What????? I googled and the first thing it said sounded like a foreign language and the second was a bunch of ads to invest.

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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339484 Sat Dec 28 2019 11:07 PM
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I think I first read about that stuff in the 60s, but the only item I've yet seen it connected to are some discrete electronic components.

As an investment...I'm afraid this is a whole lot more sizzle than steak. It appears the global market for it is on track to reach $150mil by 2021 which is one-fifth of the size of the global market for watermelon seeds (a low-priced and very seasonal product) and 1/200 of the current size of the global market for potato chips.

Good luck...


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339491 Sat Dec 28 2019 11:57 PM
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I think I'd rather invest in potato chips. Maybe I already have. At least they're a popular consumable. wink


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339527 Sun Dec 29 2019 04:28 AM
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You could if you bought Pepsi (PEP). With a P/E ratio of about 15 and earnings per share of over $8, it is attractive. Their 2.5% annual dividend will pay for a whole lot of potato chips.


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339535 Sun Dec 29 2019 09:12 AM
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I’ve actually had PEP for over 25 years. I’m a buy and hold guy. thumbs_up


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339550 Sun Dec 29 2019 02:13 PM
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I'll pitch in with you on that. AWR, T, SO are good buy/hold stocks, also.


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339614 Sun Dec 29 2019 10:48 PM
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Ah! Utilities and Ma Bell. Not very exciting, but solid companies.
I still have some T.


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Re: Graphene [Re: moparguy] #1339619 Sun Dec 29 2019 11:44 PM
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What??? No Berkshire?

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Re: Graphene [Re: J Lucas] #1339624 Mon Dec 30 2019 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by J Lucas
What??? No Berkshire?

John

Do they sell fractional shares? Only $1000 for 3 thousandths of a share. big_eek
Or about 5 shares of Class B for the same money. eek

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