The perception of the stock being too expensive doesn't alter the fact that demand for the firm's stun guns is rapidly increasing. Up to this point, the customers have all been police or military. I believe there will be growth and demand from private-sector security and even individuals in the future. An onboard marshal will not blast a hole through the wall of a plane with a stun gun, for example.
I think the group of security stocks has relevance in today's market. Despite the history of volatility and very high valuations, Taser may continue to perform well. It seems that security will only gain importance in the next few years. For now, it's likely that the company will play a big role in the continued evolution of the security industry.
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The main reason why tasr have fly this high since last year is mainly because of airlines industries.. Back in 2002 or 2003 ,, tasr was going to have a big commitment with united airlines but that deal felt through but because of that tasr got the attention but yes once airlines industries adopt tasr it will fly much much more....i was lucky got in since last year and gone through all the splits and making millions and i mean millions and becuse of the shorts,,i was able to buy it back at 25 20 and 10 at $30