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To: rogermci® who wrote (184)5/5/2019 5:05:46 PM
From: Glenn Petersen
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Huge news.

$33.10 to $47.92 in one day.

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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (192)5/5/2019 10:32:33 PM
From: rogermci®
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Buy the gap down tomorrow.

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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (192)5/6/2019 11:02:43 AM
From: rogermci®
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This one is a bustin bronco. Hold on for you life.

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To: rogermci® who wrote (194)5/6/2019 2:23:52 PM
From: Glenn Petersen
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Still waiting for that gap down. :)

Doing a deal with Walmart still carries some weight.

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To: Piece of beef who wrote (190)5/8/2019 11:19:01 AM
From: rogermci®
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Enjoying the ride? Shorts are pretty much fueling it now. 60! Free money.

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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (195)5/14/2019 5:18:25 PM
From: rogermci®
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Fidelity now has no shares available to short. Margin clerks working overtime placing buy to cover orders at the market. A break and close above 62 will cause plenty of pain for thems who sold what they didn't own.

Walmart is only the tip of the iceberg. My oh my.


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To: Piece of beef who wrote (188)5/15/2019 10:52:41 AM
From: rogermci®
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This was posted by LB Capital on Seeking Alpha:

DFTA is the German Tradegroup for Flexographic Printing, which is probably the most common method of package printing. Translated with Google Translate, so obviously a bit rough. But *the* biggest German Flexo Tradegroup (which is the most common form of printing packaging), just had a symposium solely on watermarking and due to demand going to have a second:
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First DFTA "Digimarc symposium" a complete success!
The probably most burning topic in the flexo companies is currently the forced integration of a digital watermark called Digimarc barcode into the print image. A large retail chain requires labeling of its own brand packaging. It is an invisible watermark, which is mainly implemented by the modulation of the halftone dots.

All around the backgrounds, intentions and technical implementation possibilities was in the industry a last uncertainty, why the DFTA the first DFTA specialized symposium of the yearly dedicated to this topic and the DFTA technology center developed deeper knowledge to this technology.

With Mr Güneri Tugcu (Schawk Jülich) and Mr Adolf Ahrens (formerly Wipak), the two main players were recruited as speakers for keynote speeches.

Thanks to their high level of competence and an extremely agile audience, who did not shy away from any questions, all participants could take home an incomparable amount of new knowledge and a good feeling about the technical feasibility. As additional added value, participants had the opportunity to participate in a shopper experience at the Gastgeben GS 1 in Cologne and to get to know the shopping opportunities of the future in a tour.

Due to the high demand and the positive feedback from the participants, there will be a second edition of this specialist symposium with the same theme.

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To: rogermci® who wrote (198)5/15/2019 11:22:29 AM
From: richardred
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>It is an invisible watermark, which is mainly implemented by the modulation of the halftone dots.

Very interesting- Cast & Cure is another technology. FWIW- A customer had their name embedded in the film. Almost impossible to see if you don't know what your looking for. It gives counterfeit protection to a degree. IMO- The Problem - The film was made in China. This business has slowed to a crawl for us anyway. This due to customers saving money by not wanting to pay for a value added process to their packaging.

uvebtech.com

Subject 56002

P.S. In paperboard packaging Cold foil is growing. It saves time and money. IMO it's only a matter of time that this technology progresses.

en.wikipedia.org

itwfoils.com

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To: richardred who wrote (199)5/21/2019 2:17:24 PM
From: rogermci®
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Stock price starting to discount tomorrows announcement on EU decision to possibly start watermarking plastics to make recycling more efficient. New high today.

And then you have short interest to be reported Friday after the close and Digimarc hosting a business update presentation next Wednesday. Lordy the ingredients are all there for the Roman candle shot of the year.

Free money. Or you could try to trade the market by calling daily moves like all the gurus on SI. What an exercise in futility.

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From: rogermci®5/23/2019 5:20:36 PM
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DMRC managed a small gain today. Company will host bullish business update presentation Wednesday May 29 at 1 pm. That leaves 2 1/2 days to trade. Short interest will be published tomorrow after the close which will not show much change but still might act as an upside catalyst when market reopens Tuesday morning.

Still time to hop on board. Outside chance we get a high volume buying climax next week. Long term story remains intact.

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