If you're in it for the IP, then the following looks good: From the 10-K; "Based largely on these efforts, we currently fourteen patents and have 57 patent applications in process, including provisional and PCT patent applications and applications that have entered the National Phase in various countries including the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, Brazil, Israel, Mexico, Indonesia and South Africa. These applications cover our technologies, including our AuthentiGuard ® On-Demand, AuthentiGuard ® Prism™, AuthentiGuard ® Phantom™, AuthentiGuard ® ObscuraScan™, AuthentiGuard ® Survivor 21™, AuthentiGuard ® VeriGlow™ products, and several other anti-counterfeiting and authentication technologies in development." The other statement in the 10-K that is telling is "DSS ranks in the 90th percentile from over 4,000 companies for IP leadership as defined by a high patent citation (Companies citing the Company’s Patents in their patent applications) number of 2.12 which is two times higher than its peer group. The Company also has a 40.38 PV Ratio which indicates that the Company’s stock market value is lower than its patent value according to the MDB’s PatentVest evaluation methodology."
Read the 10-K and you get a sense that the IP value is going to be worth a lot of $; once they are able to get others on board. Note the other print security firms are still using 1980's technology for their products. GLTA