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AXON Is The Leader In Police Cameras. Think About Getting Long.

Jan. 28, 2021 9:17 PM ETAxon Enterprise, Inc. (AXON)
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  • Now Police Standard, Taser non-lethal weapons were created by Axon.
  • Axon is the Leader in Police Cameras.
  • Richard Thalheimer has been successful going long with AXON.
  • Buy on the dip, long-calls.

Axon is the company that created and introduced the Taser non-lethal weapon, which is the gold standard for Police and is also now the leader in Police cameras and digital management of camera images. Here is the company mission statement:

"Axon is dedicated to making the bullet obsolete, reducing social conflict, ensuring criminal justice systems are fair and effective and building for racial diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are working with law enforcement and community leaders across the nation on the changes needed. Axon is here for the change."

"Axon is proud to be a change agent, particularly at a time when our customers, partners, and communities are facing global challenges around reimagining justice and policing," says Axon CEO and Founder Rick Smith. "The goal is to bring law enforcement and communities together to solve some of the biggest problems facing our citizens, police departments, and government."

I've made a lot of gains in this stock, symbol AXON. I strongly recommend you buy-in on a pullback. As always, I prefer two year out call options that are slightly above the current price.

Today the stock is $168, down from a recent high just two days ago of $180. Probably a good time to start buying some long-dated calls, such as January 2023 call options, strike price $200, at a price of around $45.

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