Shares of Image Sensing Systems, Inc. (ISNS) are higher by 11% in pre-market trading Tuesday following Michael Brown Grand Jury decision.
Image Sensing Systems is a St. Paul, Minnesota-based developer of software-based computer enabled detection products for security and law enforcement markets. The company has garnered interest as the civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo. continues.
ISNS shares recently gained $0.20 to $3.10. The stock is down more than 49.65% year-over-year and has lost roughly 41.41% year-to-date. In the past 52 weeks, ISNS has traded between a low of $1.89 and a high of $9.94.
Image Sensing Systems, which closed Monday at $2.90, has a total market cap of $14.46M.
Digital Ally (DGLY)’s stock rose more than 11% yesterday. Currently, the name is down 38 cents to $13.67. Keep an eye on ticker as momo players seem to be betting that the events in Ferguson, Mo. could lead to more demand for Digital Ally’s FirstVU HD body worn cameras.
Digital Ally Inc. is currently valued at $42.29M. In the past 52 weeks, shares of Lenexa, Kansas-based company have traded between a low of $3.03 and a high of $33.59 with the 50-day MA and 200-day MA located at $12.90 and $9.51 levels, respectively. Additionally, shares of DGLY have a Relative Strength Index (RSI) and MACD indicator of 54.62 and +0.60, respectively.
DGLY currently prints a one year return of about 70.92%, and a year-to-date return of around 52.88%.
SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc. (SCOK) is seeing a big move Tuesday, as the company’s shares surged by over 24% pre-market on news that the Chinese producer of clean energy products located in Henan Province has achieved its initial production target of 25,000 cubic meters per hour and is currently transporting syngas to three customers and agents in and around its facility in Pingdingshan.
The company said that based on the current price of $0.139 per cubic meter for syngas, the gross revenue generated per day by the aboveground facility is approximately $83,280. Gross profit margin is expected to be between 45% and 50%.
In the past 52 weeks, SCOK has traded between a low of $0.83 and a high of $9.37, which is almost 1029% above that low price. Ticker is up 146% year-over-year and 144% year-to-date.
Lakeland Industries Inc. (LAKE) shares are up 7.73% to $10.73 in pre-market trading. Not seeing any news or rumors to account for the move.
Lakeland Industries is a Ronkonkoma, New York-based manufacturer of safety garments and accessories for the industrial protective clothing market worldwide. Its stock has a t-12 price/sales of 0.59, and a 52-week trading range of $4.75 to $29.55.
The T-12 profit margin at Lakeland Industries is (4.12%). LAKE‘s revenue for the same period is $93.13 million.
Lakeland has market cap of $53.39 million.
BlackBerry Limited (BBRY) – The smartphone maker is targeting users of Apple (AAPL)’s iPhone with a new trade-up program. Starting in December, customers who trade in an iPhone for the new BlackBerry Passport will get as much as $400, plus a $150 prepaid gift card. BlackBerry said the promotion is only available in North America and runs from Dec. 1, 2014 to Feb. 13, 2015.
Shares of Waterloo, Canada-based company have risen 67% year-over-year, and 40% year-to-date. The name gained 1.15% to $10.53 in recent trading.
BlackBerry has a market cap of $5.52 billion.