Yesterday we released an article on ISNS ($8,20) when the stock was trading at near $10 per share – “Buyer Beware: Image Sensing Systems Has Nothing To Do With Body-Worn Cameras” – citing why we believe the recent run of the stock on the heels of DGLY’s (~$26 in pre-market trading) quick meteoric rise (DGLY ranged in price between $11 to $34 in less than one week’s time!) was unwarranted due to the company’s totally divergent business plan from its peer, as well as other factors. ISNS is once again marked up in pre-market trading and may present an extended short play based on what we believe to be significant downside potential. We are short.
Image Sensing Systems ISNS – has nothing to do with body-worn cameras
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