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Cree Inc.
An SI Board Since April 1996
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10134 401 0 CREE
Emcee:  robert b furman Type:  Unmoderated
"Cree" is a small company that makes chips out of silicon carbide.
In addition to being one of the hardest materials known to man, this
stuff can withstand much higher temperatures and power levels than
silicon. Also, when made into diodes, it gives off blue light, a
rarity. The problem with this compound is imperfections in the crystals
and difficulty in working with it.
Does anyone out there know whether this technology has a profit-
generating potential in the near future?
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10134I am surprised that the March quarters results weren't worse. I think it isslacker711-yesterday
10133Hi Slacker, Not sure if you saw this: Message 32648112ggamer1Thursday
10132Cree upgraded on improved valuation Apr. 1, 2020 8:02 AM ET|About: Cree, Inc. (Cslacker711-Wednesday
10131This is a fantastic interview with the CTO of Cree (John Palmour). semiengineerslacker7113March 24
10130[tweet]slacker711-March 18
10129Cree up today after huge out performance yesterday. OTOH, it stopped trading thslacker7111March 18
10128 These cheap oil prices I think are hurting the stock as much as anything else yslacker711-March 14
10127Thanks for sharing your thoughts and research Slacker. After following for a yeDaYooper-March 14
10126Is there a need for CREE to go to the markets for additional loans in near futurggamer-March 13
10125Just a WAG, but it has felt like forced selling over the last few days. Somebodslacker7111March 13
10124Hi S, I added 20% more shares to the CREE core position yesterday at $38.56. It OldAIMGuy-March 13
10123Cree loses bear in valuation upgrade Mar. 10, 2020 11:41 AM ET|About: Cree, Inc.slacker711-March 10
10122marketwatch.comBungalow Bill2March 8
10121Huawei and now the Coronavirus are headwinds for 2020 but they pulled in some caslacker7111January 30
10120 Cree Reports Financial Results for the Second Quarter of Fiscal Year 2020 DURHslacker711-January 29
10119Presentation from Cree covering products for a variety of end-markets. power-coslacker7111January 28
10118Next-generation EV SiC power modules highlighted at Automotive World 2020 digitslacker7111January 17
10117I would definitely take a ~4:1 ratio of market share between Cree and their biggslacker711-January 15
10116Building a Quantum Computer From Off-the-Shelf Parts University of Chicago reseaslacker7112January 13
10115Cree chooses Exyte as general contractor for $1 billion upstate factory bizjourslacker711-12/30/2019
10114Volkswagen significantly raises electric car production forecast for 2025 volksslacker711112/27/2019
10113Looks like that 2nd gen circuit breaker system is now available...... powerpulsBungalow Bill212/20/2019
10112A SiC circuit breaker....six months old but interesting. spectrum.ieee.org Atoslacker711212/20/2019
10111Follow up, it doesn't appear that the EV credit will be increased. Most manslacker711-12/17/2019
10110Something to watch, there is a possibility that the US tax credits for EV's slacker711212/16/2019
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