Sujan Lahiri
Micro-caps

Intellicheck Mobilisa: A $0.40 Stock That Should Be Trading At $2

The markets for mobile software and anything else wireless related are very big, and become bigger each year. Estimates differ, but size and scope are certainly in the billions of dollars. With it comes security, which is nowadays a hot debated issue. Companies operating in any of these markets are generally awarded high valuations by Wall Street, trading at high multiples. M&A activity is running high, and takeovers at 10X revenue or higher are not uncommon. With the still intact long Nasdaq bull market in mind, one might expect any mobile software or wireless tech company to be fully valued, but we discovered a very interesting case; a small company that has completely flown under the radar but in fact

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