What is DAZ NASDAQ abbreviations ?

RorrKonnRorrKonn Posts: 240
edited December 1969 in The Commons

Is DAZ the NASDAQ company name ?
If no what is it ?

If yes.
What is DAZ NASDAQ abbreviations ?

Thanks

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  • AlricAlric Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I don't think that DAZ is a public company, NASDAQ doesn't list them.

  • JasmineSkunkJasmineSkunk Posts: 846
    edited October 2012

    I'm not sure about the NASDAQ, but I believe the "official" name of the company is DAZ 3D. It is an acronym for "Digital Art Zone 3D", so it could be listed as that instead... not sure.

    Post edited by JasmineSkunk on
  • AlricAlric Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I searched NASDAQ for DAZ and Digital Art Zone and got no results.

  • MenehuneMagicMenehuneMagic Posts: 49
    edited December 1969

    The official company name for DAZ is DAZ Productions, Inc. According to Bloomberg and the state of Utah, DAZ Productions, Inc. does business as DAZ 3D and Digital Art Zone and is a privately-held corporation (so it should not be listed on any stock exchange).

  • RorrKonnRorrKonn Posts: 240
    edited October 2012

    Thanks for the info ,very helpful :-)

    Post edited by RorrKonn on
  • JaguarEllaJaguarElla Posts: 10,392
    edited December 1969

    so you cannot buy shares in Daz!
    given that shareholders tend to be a conservative bunch (wanting to make money with minimal risk) that is probably a good thing, there DEFINATELY would be no toast to be had and artistic stuff and maintaining a conservative corporate image tend to clash somewhat.

  • adzanadzan Posts: 209
    edited December 1969

    so you cannot buy shares in Daz!
    given that shareholders tend to be a conservative bunch (wanting to make money with minimal risk) that is probably a good thing, there DEFINATELY would be no toast to be had and artistic stuff and maintaining a conservative corporate image tend to clash somewhat.

    The share holders will be in the investment capital companies that have put money into daz. There's always someone wanting a slice of the cake

  • JaguarEllaJaguarElla Posts: 10,392
    edited December 1969

    in a way we all fall into THAT catagory, buying a license to render images using Daz mesh and in doing so also promoting the company to others though our art.
    (and unless you falsely claim to have made a model yourself to use in a render, you are infact in a way producing promotional images for Daz products in your art!)

  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,883
    edited December 1969

    so you cannot buy shares in Daz!
    given that shareholders tend to be a conservative bunch (wanting to make money with minimal risk) that is probably a good thing, there DEFINATELY would be no toast to be had and artistic stuff and maintaining a conservative corporate image tend to clash somewhat.

    Anyone *could* purchase shares in DAZ, but one could not do it in the "normal" way. Shareholders in Private companies tend to be less uptight and more willing to allow management the freedom to do what is necessary. Once you go Public, all sorts of restrictions are placed on you.

    Kendall

  • AscaniaAscania Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Once you go Public, all sorts of restrictions are placed on you.

    Kendall


    Also, shareholders will be far more concerned with quarterly profits over company health or longer-term viability.

  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,883
    edited December 1969

    Ascania said:
    Once you go Public, all sorts of restrictions are placed on you.

    Kendall


    Also, shareholders will be far more concerned with quarterly profits over company health or longer-term viability.

    There is that. But I was thinking about Gov't regulatory meddling (among other Gov't interventions). For some reason the Fed Gov't seems to think that THEY own your company once you go Public. You built it, they took it.

    In the early stages if "going public" most companies still work on a "fiscal year" and it's only after a time being public that the "quarterly" mindset seeps in.

    Kendall

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