WINDSOR, ON / ACCESSWIRE / November 11, 2015 / The Silicon Valley Insider (or “SVI”)would like to alert investors regarding several emerging investment opportunities that present unprecedented ongoing growth potential.
Investors are once again bullish across the board as the major US indexes start to show a rebound worthy of strong attention. Many are predicting that the big-three (S&P 500, DOW & NASDAQ) could yet post their biggest close-out in December 2015.
As analysts have pointed out, the S&P remains around 1% below its May peak and the DOW, well, it’s just 400 points below its peak. The consensus seems to be the that interest rates have about a 70% chance of being raised this December.
Amidst this backdrop comes a real opportunity for investors to take advantage of developments in one growing sector on Wall Street: Police Body Cameras.
President Obama has called for a $263 million program that will see 50,000 body camerasbeing issued over three years. The Department of Justice has pledged $20 million towards the initiative and individual state legislators have made their own calls for funds.
So, Who Will Profit From All This Spending On Body Cameras?
In purely human terms it’s the citizens that will reap the most enduring benefit. From a business perspective, however, the companies that make body cameras stand to benefit the biggest financial rewards. Investors are also staring at one of the biggest opportunities to hit Wall Street in years and we’ve found four companies that deserve attention.
DirectView Holdings, Inc. (DIRV) offers the strongest upside opportunity over the long term from our perspective. The company is undervalued relative to its peers and offers the steepest possible returns provided investors capitalize on its accessible pricing.
DIRV’s early beginnings are in the surveillance and security market and to a large extent this overarching sector is still a big part of the company’s focus. Not entirely surprising considering the projection of the video surveillance market reaching $42.06 billion by 2020.
There are over 900 clients on DIRV’s roster and two important deals signed recently (total $450,000) have helped to solidify the company’s presence in the surveillance and security market.
DIRV’s most important investing credential is its flagship body camera dubbed – the DVXG-1000 Body-Worn Camera.
What makes the DVXG-1000 different is its digital smart capabilities. By all accounts, it’s one of the world’s first smart body cameras and this gives them a huge advantage in a growingly competitive body camera market.
The DVXG-1000 is a fusion of private mobile broadband technology with rugged recording and storage capabilities. It includes private, secure, high-performance communications capabilities and delivers cutting edge features including high capacity streaming video, Bluetooth(R), GPS, push to talk, WIFI/4G LTE, and imbedded biometric access.
Translated, it means law enforcement agencies that use DIRV’s body camera will have greater command control of their police officers. Given these capabilities it didn’t surprise us to learn that DIRV already counts the New York Police Department as one of its clients.
DIRV has a lot of growth left to achieve and with that potential comes huge opportunities for investors to make outsized returns.
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Oclaro, Inc. (OCLR) designs, manufactures, and markets lasers and optical components, modules, and subsystems for the optical communications, industrial, and consumer laser markets worldwide. OCLR essentially delivers the fiber optics needed for secure and reliable data transmission – an important component in the use of body cameras.
The company saw a flurry of investor interest after beating Wall Street estimates on earnings. Analysts had predicted losses of 5 cents per share on revenue of $86 million. OCLR bettered these numbers; posting revenues of $87.5 million for a loss of 2 cents per share.
These predictions are hardly a science but still it’s good to see OCLR bucking Wall Street expectations. The company is positioned well in a strong sector and offers very good upside potential.
NeoPhotonics Corporation (NPTN) is another solid company that is currently bucking trends and beating analyst expectations. The maker of advanced hybrid photonic integrated optoelectronic modules and subsystems for bandwidth-intensive, high-speed communications networks, recently posted quarter three (Q3) results. Analysts had predicted earnings of 5 cents per share but NPTN delivered earnings of 11 cents per share after adjustments for amortization costs and stock option expense.
Looking ahead it’s hard not to see NPTN delivering even stronger numbers. The appointment of industry veteran Mr. Ihab Tarazi to its Board of Directors on October 27 has left many feeling upbeat about the company over the long term.
Mr. Tarazi brings extensive experience and has served in various executive positions including Verizon’s Vice President of Enterprise Network Services.
Digital Ally Inc. (NASDAQ:DGLY) has been one of the biggest beneficiaries from the escalation of police shootings. In the wake of the attention that followed the shooting, shares in the maker of advanced video surveillance products erupted as much as 772%, reaching a high of $33.59shortly after Labor Day.
Since those heady movements DGLY has come back to earth but the company is still making noticeable progress on the ground. In October DGLY announced new products at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Chicago. These products included VuVault.com, the VuVaultGO(TM) mobile app, VuVault Fleet Tracker and a new product, the FirstVu HD One.
DGLY also received a patent award for or the use of proximity tags, such as a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag, in law enforcement video recordings. The patent officially dubbed “Forensic Video Recording with Presence Detection” describes features currently available in DGLY’s MicroVu HD.
It is clear given the high number of police shootings that police body cameras will become a staple of law enforcement for years to come. Companies like DirectView Holdings, Inc. (DIRV)present very strong ongoing opportunities for significant investor returns.
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