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mitchpit11 330 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 25, 2014 7:29 AM Member since: Feb 6, 2013
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  • mitchpit11@gmail.com by mitchpit11 Oct 28, 2014 11:45 AM Flag

    As you probably noticed, I stopped arguing with short trolls here, it is pointless.

    Trolls who post on DGLY YMB are just a few guys under some dozen of names each.
    Sometimes I worry about the state of their mental health. But hey, this is internet, so all suppressed
    emotions, childhood wounds, frustrations, can and will resurface,
    especially with such a stubborn stock to short like DGLY.

    So, trolls tried all possible angles: OMG $6 coming!!!!!, DGLY will go bankrupt!!!, no orders!!!, old technology, how can valuation be justified etc. From nasty to naive to sweet, but all illogical.

    There is actually explanation in this behavior, and it is called Insane Troll Logic:
    ---
    Insane Troll Logic is the kind of logic that just can't be argued with because it's so demented, so lost in its own insanity, that any attempts to make it rational would make it more incomprehensible. It is logic failure that crosses over into parody or Poe's Law. A character says something so blatantly illogical that it has to be deliberate on the part of the writer.
    ---

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    It is the contracts, stupid!!!

    by mitchpit11 Oct 23, 2014 10:06 PM
    mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 27, 2014 10:05 AM Flag

    As mentioned, the contracts will ensure DGLY pps uptrend.

    What is worth noting about the one this morning, is not necessarily $300K, but the fact it is coming from a large urban area, San Francisco, the first of such kind for DGLY!

    Moreover, SF Bay Area is a home to numerous high-tech companies of Silicon Valley and technologically sophisticated SFPD have chosen DGLY over its competitors. This speaks about advantage in technology DGLY possesses.

    More large cities will take a serious look into DGLY. Expect other contracts to follow....

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mitchpit11@gmail.com by mitchpit11 Oct 23, 2014 10:06 PM Flag

    Very often we hear from shorts, their trolls and other bottom feeder creatures on this board, about stock dilution for DGLY, but in fact it is contracts that matter.

    If more contracts keep on coming, and there is no reason to think they would not, this will provide 2 things:

    1. More cash for DGLY

    2. Dilution of shares, if happen, will be positive as institutional investors will get attracted.

    Q3 will definitely be borderline positive quarter with guidance most likely towards profitability.

    Today, DGLY did not close below $13, and stock is shoving resilience. As I mention before, the shorts
    here simply run out of arguments as DGLY is proving them wrong with each new contract.

    Don't forget: bullet camera introduction this weekend in Orlando :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Digital Ally shares have risen 25% in the last three days on news that the company has received additional purchase orders from the Mexican Federal Police
    Page 1 of 2

    Published: October 21, 2014 at 1:16 pm EST
    By: Martin Blanc
    Digital Ally, Inc. (DGLY), manufacturer of digital video imaging and storage products for law enforcement agencies, has had an extremely productive month in terms of orders received. It is no surprise that the company's shares have soared approximately 25% in the last week.

    On October 6, the company announced it had received initial purchase orders from Mexican Federal Police for in-car digital video systems. These orders entailed the DVM 500 and the DVM 500 plus systems as well as spare parts for these units. The Mexican Federal Police is Digital Ally’s largest customer and has at least 4,500 vehicles in use that employ Digital Ally's systems. The federal police has been using Digital Ally technology since 2007 and is a source of recurrent orders for the company.

    "The new administration elected in Mexico has determined that it wants to refurbish and upgrade its existing DVM systems, rather than buy new products at this time. This illustrates the FP's confidence and reliance on our legacy systems,” said Stanton Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Ally.

    Even though the initial purchase orders were merely worth $600,000, Mr. Ross indicated that the scope of the partnership between Digital Ally and the Mexican Federal Police was bound to increase over the coming years. The Mexican police is thoroughly refurbishing its technology, which will be a constant source of business for Digital Ally over the next 18 months.

    On October 17, the company received further good news in the form of new orders from the Cookeville, Tennessee Police Department for various types of systems. These included the DVM 800 in-car video technology, the DVM 440 motorcycle video systems, the FirstVU HD off

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Will ISNS ever decide to move?

    by mevan286 Oct 21, 2014 12:52 PM
    mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 21, 2014 1:59 PM Flag

    It is up almost 10% today! Not good enough for you?

  • The camera maker unveiled an on-body POV "bullet camera" that can be mounted on police officer's sunglasses or torso to record his or her actions and encounters. Digital Ally (NASDAQ:DGLY), whose products are used by law enforcement agencies, said the tiny camera can connect to cloud-based data storage and is smaller and lighter than other eyeglass-attached camera products currently on the market.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 18, 2014 3:26 PM Flag

    So far, big PD departments went with Taser on cameras since they already have established relationship with the company using their other products. Many probably did not want to bother trying other brands.

    However, the story above is the first public comment from a PD about effectiveness of Digital Ally cameras
    and clearly better technical and practical aspects comparing to Taser cameras.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Shorts can no longer keep this low

    by maheyb30 Oct 18, 2014 2:40 PM
    mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 18, 2014 3:14 PM Flag

    At this point, the game for shorts is orderly exit. They can hope and pray DGLY will not get any new BIG contract from large US city, or some $1M+ from any new state, as that would wipe them out.

    TheStreet is for sure helping shorts, as they do not want to upgrade DGLY to at least HOLD, even in face of $3.1M in new contracts in the last 40 days. I am really curious to see how long this charade with TheStreet will last, probably as long as their friends are still short the stock. Lastly, don't forget treacherous market conditions
    overall in the last few weeks.

    The word is getting out Taser cameras are inferior in recording quality, battery life and features.
    Also, GoPro is out from police consideration due to Michael Schumacher accident. No police department
    would want GoPro on their stuff. Toxic!

    In addition, with new DGLY bullet camera that should be presented next week, and again vastly superior to equivalent Taser's bullet cameras (watch pictures from Miami Beach PD wearing those, looks truly huge and funny), DGLY will gain definite techno advantage in all products.

    Sure, shorts can still point to Q2 results, Ferguson hype, stock dilution, however cold $3.1M in cash so far cannot be denied. Q3 will probably be the quarter to watch for and listen to guidance from CEO.
    In the meantime, get accustomed to new contracts at least on a weekly basis and stock volatility.
    DGLY is a great story that is just starting.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Digital Ally, which develops, manufactures and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial applications, received an order from the Cookeville, Tennessee Police Department for DVM-800 In-Car Video Systems, DV-440Ultra Motorcycle Video Systems, FirstVu HD Officer-Worn Body Cameras and its patented VuLink Connectivity Devices.

    Cookeville, TN Police Department Selects Digital Ally’s Patented VuLink Connectivity for Officers and Law Enforcement Vehicles
    “Our VuLink connectivity technology allows hands-free and simultaneous activation of officer-worn body cameras and in-car video systems,” stated Stanton E. Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Ally, Inc. “The Cookeville Police Department engaged in extensive testing and evaluation of our systems, relative to the competition, before electing to go with Digital Ally for a full fleet deployment. Cookeville represents one of many existing and new customers that are opting to upgrade to Digital Ally’s new products because of unparalleled features, warranty coverage, interconnectivity capabilities and competitive pricing. The DVM-800 was chosen because of its feature-rich capabilities, including the VuLink and a reverse back-up camera option not found on competitors’ offerings.”

    Since its launch, the efficacy of the FirstVu HD high-definition body camera has been complemented and expanded by ‘live streaming’ capabilities, cloud-based storage and access, and the patented VuLink connectivity system, which enables body cameras to start recording automatically and wirelessly synchronizes multiple recording devices, such as video cameras and microphones.

    VuLink allows the department’s in-car and motorcycle video systems to be automatically or manually activated simultaneously with the body cameras. For example, when a vehicle’s emergency lights are turned on, the body camera will automatically begin recording simultaneously with the vehicle’s video system, thereby re

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • The FDA approves new labeling for Pfizer's (PFE +0.4%) Embeda (morphine sulfate and naltrexone hydrochloride) extended release capsules. The opioid analgesic is indicated for the treatment of pain severe enough to require daily, around-the-clock, long-term opioid treatment and for which alternative treatment options are inadequate.The new labeling describes Embeda's abuse deterrent properties, which are designed to reduce, but not totally prevent, abuse of the drug when crushed and taken orally or snorted. When crushed, the naltrexone blocks some of the euphoric effects of the morphine and can precipitate withdrawal in opioid-dependent persons.When swallowed intact, though, Embeda can still be abused/misused because the naltrexone will not substantially block the effects of the morphine. It is also unknown whether Embeda's abuse deterrent properties will reduce IV abuse.The FDA is requiring postmarketing studies to further assess the impact of the abuse-deterrent properties.Opioid-related tickers: (ZGNX +1.9%)(EGLT +0.2%)(ACUR +2.3%)(MNK +4.1%)(ABBV +0.9%)(TEVA -0.8%)(ALKS +2.7%)

  • By Joe Barker, Missourian Staff Writer
    Pacific Police officers hitting the road are now wearing body cameras.
    Police Chief Matt Mansell said officers in Pacific are experimenting with the use of body cameras. Right now every officer out in a patrol cars is now equipped with a camera to record interactions with civilians.
    “The officers are wearing personal cameras, however, we’re still on a trial basis,” Mansell said.
    Mansell said the department has four cameras. Each cost around $900 and were paid for out of money in the department’s budget.
    The cost to maintain the cameras has been minimal so far, Mansell said. He said his officers were charging them the traditional way of plugging them into the wall because there wasn’t enough money to buy a $2,500 special charger.
    “We did have the money in the budget for the cameras, however don’t have the money for the chargers or to expand it at this time,” he said.
    Mansell said he’s long been intrigued by the idea of body cameras and the department tested out several last year. Disappointed with the video quality, Mansell said the department decided to switch brands.
    “We started off with a couple of cameras from Taser, but they didn’t meet our expectations,” he said. “So we switched to Digital Ally, and they seem to be working good.”
    Mansell said the new Digital Ally cameras came in about three weeks ago. Reports from officers thus far have been good.
    “The quality of the picture is way better,” he said.
    The topic of body cameras has been in the news lately, especially in the St. Louis area, following the early August shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a Ferguson Police officer.
    Two Missouri House members last week said they plan to file bills making body cameras mandatory for every law enforcement officer in the state.
    U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri proposed mandating police departments around the country to require officer body cameras in order to qualify for federal funding.
    Mansell said recent events didn’t

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Mexico $600K
    Michigan $1.1M
    Army $200K
    2 small towns approx. $50K each...
    Cookerville, TN 300K
    Mexico 2nd trance $850K

    Next, there will be new bullet camera promotion and more contracts.

    The only reason DGLY is not over $20+ is due to heavy manipulation of this stock by short sellers,
    TheStreet as big daddy for shorts still keeps SELL rating and favors Tasor, which BTW has inferior
    product.

    But patience will pay off here, Q3 will soon come and with it a possibility for a positive quarter.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Guys, Bob Jones is onto something here:

    PALATINE, IL--(Marketwired - Oct 8, 2014) - Acura Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: ACUR), announced today that it has submitted a formal dispute resolution request with the FDA for SnortEbola®, its abuse deterrent formulation of anti Ebola tablets. The dispute pertains to the FDA's determination that nasal snorting abuse of Ebola tablets lacks relevance.

    Bob Jones, Acura's CEO, stated "There are critical public health policy issues being established by FDA with this decision which we believe need further discussion. Snorting anti-Ebola containing drugs are widely considered to be our most abused pharmaceutical products in West Africa and 2.8% of those who survive and the rest who die due to Ebola used anti-Ebola drugs nonmedically. We at ACUR think there is a huge potential market for SnortEbola® to prevent this practice during 24 hours that patients live."

    Pete Clemens, CFO was not available for comment due to his embezzlement of investors money activities,
    better known as bonus time.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Our duo, The Dumb and Dumber created improved version of Roach Hotel applicable to securities markets.
    The new device acts as a strong deterrent to any possible wealth creation.

    Check it out, it is called ACUR stock...you can get in...i.e. buy, but you can't get out until money is depleted....
    Bob is vigorously trying to persuade FDA that there is indeed a market for their new Roach Hotel....
    Expect this to be announced on Q3 CC, where as usual, they will salivate about $20K worth of Nexafed sales,
    while Oxecta is still on hold, with patents slowly expiring...

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 8, 2014 9:47 AM Flag

    ...lol...ah yes....just did one quick trade here...ok, sapphire...
    My point: GTAT has the biggest sapphire plant in the world, paid for by Apple, on condition only Apple can use it.
    Now, Apple refuses to pay $138M and BKs GTAT.
    Is that allowed? Monopoly laws? GTAT should be able to unlock that contract, and find somebody else for $138M, maybe debt or equity investor and be able to sell sapphire to anybody...

  • Given circumstances of BK, can judge annul it, and order Apple to pay $135M?

    The contract between GTAT and AAPL prohibits GTAT to sell silicon to anybody else, other than Apple.
    And GTAT was building the biggest silicon plant in the world?

    Judge should unlock that part of the contract and order Apple to pay its remaining obligation.

  • mitchpit11@gmail.com by mitchpit11 Oct 8, 2014 9:18 AM Flag

    As per TD Ameritrade Think or Swim...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Junk called TASR down -3.64%

    Mother of all hypes GPRO down -2.88% after hours....

    Well, shorts I am sorry. But if you couldn't bring down DGLY today, in such horrendous market,
    than you should reverse your position and go LONG!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Not buying

    by finchfuller Oct 7, 2014 3:32 PM
    mitchpit11@gmail.com mitchpit11 Oct 7, 2014 4:06 PM Flag

    This is risky play. True. BUT, and this is a big but, I think it is more skewed towards longs
    Thus, I am simply holding my LONG position.
    I think that big contracts are still to be announced. Few days ago DGLY was at WV sherifs conference, WV is a big client.
    As we speak DGLY is also in CA in Police Conf. too. Around 25th bullet camera introduction,
    much smaller and better then that bullet camera hog from Taser etc.

    CEO himself indicated that big contracts are coming in 2nd half of the year.

    So, how much it can go down: worst case, I see at most $5, to around $9, this is the most catastrophic scenario, no contracts, no news in the next moths or so...hedgies sell...
    Few small contracts: at most it can go down to $12.
    Few big contracts $30+
    Stream of $500K-$1M, from army, police, overseas...$20+ easily....

    I'll take my chances with LONG at this point...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • What do you think morons, is this a good entry point? Or you are steering the ship towards BK, but ever so
    slowly....

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