Jim Cramer said Thursday there's one stock in particular that viewers ask him about the most—and it's no longer Apple.
Questions about the 3-D printing company seem warranted, though, especially considering the stock's wild ride over the past year. The stock has been volatile, going from around $30 to roughly $96 a share in a matter of months. But lately, the stock has struggled to keep its momentum. Shares currently trade at around $61.
To Cramer, the stock's chart is nothing but alarming.
"This is one of the worst head and shoulders patterns I have ever seen," Cramer said, adding that between competition from Hewlett-Packard and a surprise quarterly loss from rival ExOne, he is "very uncomfortable saying this is the bottom, which is what a lot of people feel."
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A request for comment from 3D Systems was not returned.
Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust does not own shares of 3D Systems.