|Bid||0.4000 x 4000|
|Ask||0.0000 x 900|
|Day's Range||0.3909 - 0.4200|
|52 Week Range||0.3410 - 1.9900|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.97|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
While on the surface the second quarter was uninspiring, taking a look at the components of revenue and the outlook for the second half, Document Security Systems, Inc. (DSS) is poised for accelerating revenues across multiple product lines. DSS reported total Q2 2019 revenues of $4.1 million flat with a year ago. AuthentiGuard grew sequentially $89,000 from $230,000 last quarter and we expect that incremental dollar amount to increase each quarter going forward as additional printers are deployed worldwide for multiple customers.
Document Security Systems, Inc. (DSS) has long been afflicted with not having enough resources to pursue growth and this past quarter the company took actions to address longer term needs and raised enough cash to last for the next few years, rather than just funding the short term. With new management at the helm, DSS raised a net $5 million in June to fund both increased capacity and fulfill its current orders at two Fortune 100 companies that are in the process of rolling out AuthentiGuard worldwide. For years DSS has been trying to stay profitable while raising small amounts to satisfy cash flow needs, but in one fell swoop, this capital raise should have it set for years, unless of course signing additional large customers again puts a strain on capital.
Investors are always looking for growth in small-cap stocks like Document Security Systems, Inc. (NYSEMKT:DSS), with a...
Document Security Systems, Inc. (DSS) reported Q4 numbers in line with expectations but the 10K revealed much progress in Authentiguard. This increase was masked by the decline of royalties from licensees in the IP business, and less low margin IT sales (primarily hardware reselling) as that business was deemphasized. While we don’t know the breakdown in Q4, revenues in the total technology sales, services and licensing business were up 44% sequentially from Q3 2018, which we attribute to the large customer ramping shipments and some payments from customization and testing efforts by new potential customers.
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DSS (DSS) reported Q3 numbers in line with expectations but we expect potential near term events to drive the stock rather this quarter’s earnings. 1. The company continues to be in late stage talks with potential customers. This should give the company and its AuthentiGuard product good publicity and attract other potential customers, and give investors confidence that the product has real potential to generate large revenues down the road.
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Document Security Systems (DSS) is a decades old company with expertise in security printing, but with revenues that have been flat for the past few years. DSS has introduced a unique and patented authentication solution that enables corporate customers, as well as end user consumers, to track and authenticate products throughout the supply chain. Its novel approach, which uses double blind labeling, competes with taggants and RFID tracking but is far cheaper and can be used without specialized equipment.
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