Desktop Metal is an interesting company, essentially leading the second generation of 3d printing, which they call "additive manufacturing". The key difference between DM and the companies of yore is that they can 3d print METAL ALLOYS. Suddenly 3d printing becomes useful for more than prototyping, as DM is able to create metal parts for a fraction of the cost and a 100x the speed of traditional manufacturing.
The company is projecting more than 25% top line CAGR FOR A DECADE - this is a huge opportunity to get long a highly promising company, at a good price to boot as the stock pulls back into the buyable fib zone. I'm long shares and short calls wayyyyyy OTM.