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AEye Inc

AEye Inc (LIDR)

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2.6201 Day's Range 3.81
0.920498 52 Week Range 24.00
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About AEye Inc

AEye Inc is a provider of intelligent, next-generation, adaptive LiDAR for vehicle autonomy, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), and robotic vision applications. Its iDAR (Intelligent Detection and Ranging) system leverages biomimicry and principles from automated targeting applications used ... AEye Inc is a provider of intelligent, next-generation, adaptive LiDAR for vehicle autonomy, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), and robotic vision applications. Its iDAR (Intelligent Detection and Ranging) system leverages biomimicry and principles from automated targeting applications used by the military to scan the environment, intelligently focusing on what matters, enabling faster, more accurate, and more reliable perception. iDAR is the software configurable LiDAR with integrated deterministic artificial intelligence, delivering industry- leading performance in range, resolution, and speed. Show more

Motor Vehicle Part,accessory
Motor Vehicle Part,accessory
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
AEye Inc is listed in the Motor Vehicle Part,accessory sector of the NASDAQ with ticker LIDR. The last closing price for AEye was $2.79. Over the last year, AEye shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.920498 to $ 24.00.

AEye currently has 6,271,438 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of AEye is $22.14 million. AEye has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.25.

LIDR Latest News

AEye Reports First Quarter 2024 Results

Kicked off key strategic partnership that will bring AEye’s lidar into the China market Fourth consecutive quarter of cash burn reduction AEye, Inc. (Nasdaq: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive...

AEye, Accelight Technologies, and LighTekton Co. Announce Partnership to Bring Lidar Solutions to China

Focus on autonomous trucking and railway safety systems AEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced it will partner with Accelight...

AEye Announces Partnership with Leading Automotive Electronics and Vision Solutions Provider, LITEON

AEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced that the non-binding Letter of Intent (“LOI”) announced in March is with LITEON...

AEye to Report First Quarter 2024 Financial Results on Tuesday, May 14

AEye, Inc. (Nasdaq: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced that it will release its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024...

AEye Reports Fourth Quarter 2023 Results

Signed LOI with global Tier 1 automotive supplier Third consecutive quarter of cash burn reduction AEye, Inc. (Nasdaq: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high performance lidar solutions, today...

AEye Introduces Apollo – the First Product in the 4Sight Flex Family

Apollo demonstrates the power of 1550 lidar technology AEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced Apollo, the first product in...

AEye to Report Fourth Quarter 2023 Financial Results on Tuesday, March 26

AEye, Inc. (Nasdaq: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced that it will release its financial results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2023...

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LIDR Discussion

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glenn1919 glenn1919 4 days ago
philaya philaya 2 weeks ago
happy happy day....
still holding.
philaya philaya 2 weeks ago
not selling...
watching and no thinking.
philaya philaya 2 weeks ago
happy adding day...
getting hot.
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Great psychological PRESCRIPTION, Capt. TIM!!!
TIMGZ TIMGZ 2 weeks ago
hey, maybe time to retire*****long due for you. no?
👍️ 1
r4bbit r4bbit 2 weeks ago
Thanks for the explanation Invest!!
Zardiw Zardiw 2 weeks ago
$LIDR Chart from #DDAmanda - #1 Stock Screener :

Find Winners Early:

Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR (Warrants): Good question!! I myself mistakenly guessed that I could score big off this Firm's Warrants, since I had seen them soar in the Post-M last Thursday to 360%; but they did not run any higher when the Markets opened Friday. But in ANSWER to your Warrants question generally, there simply is NO (predictable) ANSWER TO ANYTHING THAT TRANSPIRES ON WALL STREET!!! The price-moving "VARIABLES" behind any stock or firm are nearly infinite and --- as with ANY area of Human knowledge, inquiry, industry, commerce, or science --- the more the UNANTICIPATED, and otherwise potentially CONFOUNDING variables there are, well, the more UN-likely any attempts at PREDICTING good (or bad) outcomes become. (But then, you can always get one of those Market SCANNERS, or become a stock market CHARTEST --- if you get a sense of satisfaction out of a mere, shall we say, Wall Street PLACEBO EFFECT, that is!!!)

"Hold-on, Invest-in-America!! I'm workin' on the LIDR Warrants for MONDAY, right now!!"
r4bbit r4bbit 2 weeks ago
Anyone: What would it take for LIDRW warrants to break over .04? Seems like they just trade between .01 and .04 for a year now. Just curious…
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Nope!! NOT on the LIDR-Warrants, Capt. Tim!! NOR on that disappointing @NVAX routine --- notwithstanding my stupid pumping about NVAX's glorious news with that French Big Pharma. But I did score some petty green behind the LIDR parent firm --- having gotten in LATE after the Open Friday, when LIDR was already up by circa 46%; but even from there, it continued to rocket anyway!! (ME & Orion's T-F-CD had been exchanging posts about the LIDR parent firm's questionable "news" about their new alleged partner/collaborator, that "LITEON" company.) Overall, a DEPRESSING day for me, last Friday --- barely having made it our alive!! Might as well been workin' at Denny's that day, flippin' BURGERS vs. gambling-chip "stocks" on Wall Street!!!

"Heck, whatever happened to those easy, one day, 10-bagger scores on Wall Street!!?? Before the OTC & SEC cleaned it all up!!?? DAMN-IT!! Heck, maybe we do need TRUMP back in Office!! He likes HOOKERS, & grabbin' chicks by the PUSSY!! Get that Al Capone-like spirit back on Wall Street, FOR GOD'S SAKE!!"
glenn1919 glenn1919 2 weeks ago
TIMGZ TIMGZ 2 weeks ago
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Indeed, Dude!! (In that regard, YOU must have scored monster time if ya SHORTED @CTMX when it had hit circa $27 bucks, Bro!! And look at that one NOW!!! WOW, what a crash over there in just a few days time!!!)
Moonboy1 Moonboy1 2 weeks ago
Never realized how easy it is to short stocks like this one. Just wait for a big move and short it. 99% of the time it's right back down. Way easier than picking winners and then trying to figure out when to pick profit
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Did YOU score big here???
Moonboy1 Moonboy1 2 weeks ago
So moon pumped this? I'll have to check it out
TIMGZ TIMGZ 2 weeks ago

Timing101 Timing101 2 weeks ago
$LIDR HOly MOLY .. was halted just now for a bit and came back on line at OVER $3 per share. HELLO!!
Mike B
$LIDR Check out the Mgt Team Superbowl of Talent and located in AI central in the EAST Bay of CA! CEO track record is fantastic. Great volume today and price action .
Moonboy1 Moonboy1 2 weeks ago
I have shared of this but have no idea why it's running so hard. What happened?
Timing101 Timing101 2 weeks ago
Amazing Halted...for the time being
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
VERBW: THANKS, Capt. TIm!!! (I need all the help I can get today, Bro!!! Debacle day!!!)
TIMGZ TIMGZ 2 weeks ago
XenaLives XenaLives 2 weeks ago
LIDR has traded over 101 million shares this AM ?????

Really ?????

P/E Ratio (TTM)
Market Cap
$7.80 M
Shares Outstanding
6.50 M
Public Float
5.88 M
LIDR is not currently paying a regular dividend.
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 weeks ago
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: And they indeed ARE more volative!! (A couple months ago, the WARRANTS on a stock --- I forget the ticker --- ran 6,200%+ UP, while the parent firm soared 'only' circa 600% up. I was HOPING for something like that today behind THIS one, but not likely.)
r4bbit r4bbit 2 weeks ago
I know right! I thought warrants were supposed to be more volatile :)
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: A Vegas or Monte Carlo CRAPS TABLE is way more reliable then this stuff, Dude!!!!! (I grabbed some WARRANTS here, & at a decent 'price', but they are NOT keeping pace with the Parent Firm!!)
Duke22566 Duke22566 2 weeks ago
TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 weeks ago

Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Hey, Dude, but --- as you know with this stuff --- it STILL could run. Maybe merely a 'typo' routine by their PR affiliates?? Bottom line, a final determination would entail a direct phone or email contact with LIDR itself to see what their 'March announcement' comment meant, if anything. (Meanwhile, and here we go again with that @NVAX monster news stuff!!!!) GOOD LUCK TODAY, wherever you gamble!!!
TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 weeks ago
OK but it sounded like you were saying they released an copy of an old PR, I looked and didnt see... so thats why I asked

but do see where they by their own admission said it was something that had happened in March

Thanks for the commentary, I believe you missed your calling in media/marketing

btw I didnt read the FULL pr

but I will say you saved me some money, because after I read your post I sold @ 1.91

and now its 1.57👍️

$LIDR 1.57 glad I sold last night thanks to seeing this post on investor hub— THE FINAL COUNTDOWN (@READY_2_PROFIT) May 10, 2024
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Few final comments here. Hey, don't misinterpret my intentions here. This Firm's WARRANTS soared 334% in the Post-M today, which I myself grabbed early enough to be very HAPPY right now in THAT regard. Bottom line, I am saying the SAME as you did in your POST to me. I.e., please SHOW US that LIDR (supposed) 'March announcement' which said Firm ITSELF states in their PR of today that they allegedly (publicly) made back in said MARCH. However, both my own DD --- and YOURS as well --- curiously reveal that LIDR never did make such a 'March announcement' regarding anything at all about the subject "LITEON" company. (Well, enough said; and I hope both I myself & YOU score some bank off this LIDR Firm tomorrow!! And perhaps the LIDR Firm will put some more, shall we say, 'LITEON' what they are actually doing with said LITEON company --- I know, CORNY.)
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: The Firm ITSELF discloses their clever ruse in the opening paragraph of their 5-9-24 (today) "news" ---

"DUBLIN, Calif., May 09, 2024--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIDR), a global leader in adaptive, high-performance lidar solutions, today announced that the non-binding Letter of Intent ("LOI") announced in March is with LITEON Technology Corporation and is intended to provide AEye with a customer channel and industrialization partnership. Both companies will work together to supply AEye’s 4Sight™-based lidar products to automotive original equipment manufacturers ("OEMs") who are focused on safety through automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems ("ADAS"). This is a logical collaboration as AEye continues to focus on its unique capital light business model, which leverages automotive Tier 1 partnerships to deliver AEye’s lidar solutions to OEMs through world-class pipelines."

Can YOU yourself not see that --- even on this present 5-9-24 date --- the LIDR Firm still does NOT yet have a cemented CONTRACT of any type with their (merely intended) supposed partner???? Also very odd, is that LIDR evidently NEVER DID (publicly) "announce" during this past MARCH of 2024 their supposed intention to eventually "collaborate" with "LITEON" company regarding ANY type of activities. Indeed, my detailed SEARCH of LIDR's own website's listing of their PRESS RELEASES going back way past March of 2024 disclosed NOTHING about the March (purported) "announcement" which they claim they made in their PR of today!!!!!
TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 weeks ago
please show us where the news is the same
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 2 weeks ago
LIDR: Be careful here, as their (purportedly) new "news" is merely a regurgitation of their identical "news" of a couple months ago --- wherein they did NOT divulge the NAME of the firm with whom they (back then) had a nonbinding letter of intent to partner or otherwise "collaborate". But in TODAY's "news", they have finally --- & graciously of course --- DIVULGED the NAME of the FIRM behind said (nonbinding) intent letter, collaboration, partnership, agreement, etc., etc., etc.!! CLEVER!!!
Monksdream Monksdream 1 month ago
LIDR new 52 lo
81vette 81vette 2 months ago
38% spread on warrants if anybody only has 50bucks ish and wants to try and build it up flipping
Monksdream Monksdream 3 months ago
LIDR 10Q due March 14
tw0122 tw0122 3 months ago
Looks better old 1.20s now 1.80s
tw0122 tw0122 4 months ago
Good catch ViX
HMBass84 HMBass84 5 months ago
Oh and I get that the reverse split was a 30:1 ratio now,
But that doesn't explain the prices I see on Robinhood and Stash from the previous year
HMBass84 HMBass84 5 months ago
So I need some help to understand how dumb I am 😅
Lidr stock. I bought a bunch in October 2021 for around $8 and now on Robinhood and Stash they both show at that point in time shares were over $200 a pop.
Then there's a spike in Feb 23 and Aug 23 where it's worth nearly $20 a share. What am I missing here? I never saw those spikes. And also now, I have 2900 less shares than I did. I mean I knew I was in over my head, but da
mick mick 5 months ago
6of1 6of1 5 months ago
huge RS storm coming to otc
Invest-in-America Invest-in-America 5 months ago
LIDR: Looming RS --- which USED to be ANATHEMA to any stock!!! These days, ANYTHING can send a stock SOARING, at any time!! GO-FIGURE!!! We are in the 'Wall Street Age' where BAD news is GOOD NEWS!!!
stock1ace1 stock1ace1 5 months ago
Orions pumping it … r/s at 5pm today
Awl416 Awl416 5 months ago
Why the volume?
Monksdream Monksdream 5 months ago
Hundreds of Stocks Have Fallen Below $1. They're Still Listed on Nasdaq. -- WSJ

8:30 am ET December 3, 2023 (Dow Jones) Print
By Alexander Osipovich

Hundreds of stocks have broken the buck this year, following a slump in the once-hot market for buzzy startups seeking rapid growth.

As of Friday, 557 stocks listed on U.S. exchanges were trading below $1 a share, up from fewer than a dozen in early 2021, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The majority of these stocks -- 464 of them -- are listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market, whose rules require companies to maintain a minimum share price of $1 or risk being delisted.

Investor-protection advocates say many of these sub-$1 stocks belong to risky small companies that should be on the over-the-counter market, the traditional home of "penny stocks" not ready for the prime time of Nasdaq or the New York Stock Exchange.

But instead of being delisted, the companies are maneuvering to maintain their Nasdaq spots -- alongside blue chips such as Apple and Microsoft -- as long as they can.

"Any company that looks to list and remain listed on Nasdaq must satisfy certain requirements," a Nasdaq spokesperson said. "Our rules, like any other exchange, are approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission and provide specified periods for companies to regain compliance with the applicable requirements."

Companies with a share price below $1 can stay listed more than a year before Nasdaq kicks them off. Largely owing to the pileup of stocks below $1, around one in six Nasdaq-listed companies is running afoul of the exchange's rules, Nasdaq data show.

"Exchanges are supposed to be gatekeepers and list only bona fide companies that have investor interest," said Rick Fleming, a former SEC investor advocate. "If a bunch of companies aren't really meeting those standards, it undermines the seal of approval that the exchanges are supposed to be imparting."

Many of today's sub-$1 stocks went public in 2020 and 2021 during a boom in initial public offerings and deals with special-purpose acquisition companies. Mergers with SPACs were a popular way for startups to go public until a regulatory crackdown in 2021 slowed the SPAC craze.

Nasdaq's website lists 583 companies that are "noncompliant" with its own listing rules. Besides falling below $1 a share, common reasons for companies to become noncompliant include failing to meet minimum targets for float, stockholders' equity or number of shareholders.

AEye, a maker of sensor technology for self-driving cars, is on the list because its shares have been stuck below $1 for nearly a year. They closed at 15 cents on Friday, down more than 98% since AEye made its debut on Nasdaq through a SPAC merger in August 2021.

The company plans a reverse stock split before the end of this year to regain compliance, an AEye spokeswoman said.

Reverse stock splits have surged as struggling companies seek to boost their share price above $1. There have been 255 reverse splits so far in 2023, up from 159 last year, according to data provider Wall Street Horizon.

Some investors view reverse splits as a black mark on a company's reputation, so companies often avoid doing them until there is no other choice.

Under Nasdaq rules, a company whose shares fall below $1 for 30 days gets a warning stating that it is noncompliant and has 180 days to get its share price back above the threshold. At the end of that period, many companies get an additional 180-day grace period if they say they are considering a reverse split or some other way to get back above $1.

At the end of the second 180-day period, companies can still avoid getting kicked off Nasdaq by requesting a hearing to appeal the delisting decision. Until the hearing, they won't be delisted. Companies must pay Nasdaq a $20,000 fee for the hearing.

Some of the sub-$1 stocks have enjoyed bursts of heavy trading volume as individual investors pile into them, driven by social-media chatter.

Inpixon, a maker of location software for factories and warehouses, unleashed a brief trading frenzy this summer after announcing a merger, even though it is a relatively obscure company whose shares have traded below $1 since January.

On July 25, about 267 million shares of Inpixon changed hands -- representing 2.7% of the shares traded in the entire U.S. stock market that day and more than 300 times the previous day's volume, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. On Friday, Inpixon closed at 7 cents a share.

Nasdaq has required listed companies to maintain a $1 share price since the 1990s, though it suspended the rule during market crashes in 2001, 2008 and 2020. The NYSE has a similar minimum-price rule on its flagship exchange. But the Big Board has far fewer companies trading below $1, because Nasdaq attracts the majority of companies with small market caps, which are more likely to fall below the threshold.

The recent surge in exchange-listed stocks trading for pennies raises concerns about market integrity, said S. Ghon Rhee, a finance professor at the University of Hawaii and co-author of a 2011 academic study on Nasdaq's $1 rule.

"When it comes to risks associated with stocks falling below $1, our findings suggest that noncompliant stocks were much more vulnerable to catastrophic losses," Rhee said. "Investors could have their entire investment wiped out."

Write to Alexander Osipovich at
mick mick 5 months ago

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