Digital Ally, Inc. (Nasdaq: DGLY) Wins Appellate Verdict – Shares Rocket

Digital Ally, Inc. – Nasdaq: DGLY

Traders continue to push Kansas-based Digital Ally Inc. shares higher, on large volumes, after a favorable appeals court ruling found against Utility Associates, Inc. The shares, traded on the Nasdaq under ticker DGLY, began the week at $4.15 and reached $5.20 in after-hours trading on Thursday. 

Digital Ally™, Inc. develops, manufactures and markets advanced technology products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial fleet applications – focusing in Digital Video Imaging and Storage. Digital Ally has secured contracts and orders from law enforcement agencies, the U.S. Military and commercial fleets in all 50 states and more than 90 foreign countries.  

Stanton E. Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Ally responded to news of the appeal court’s decision “This Judgment by the Federal Circuit is a huge legal victory for Digital and affirms what we have known all along — Utility has been threatening Digital and our customers with an invalid patent.” 

Two firms follow Digital Ally, Inc. and both rate DGLY shares as a “Strong Buy” with a consensus price target of $12. DGLY shares have never had positive EPS – 2011 (-$1.96), 2012 (-0.97), 2013 (-$1.17), 2014 (-$3.54), and in 2015 (-$2.77). Digital Ally reported sales in 2015 were $20 million – little changed from previous years. 

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Ticker Symbol DGLY
Last Price a/o 4:44 PM EST  $                      5.20
Average Volume 57,600
Market Cap $25.33 million
Sales $18.2 million
Shares Outstanding 5.39 million
Share Float 4.67 million
Shortable Yes
Optionable No
Inside Ownership 1.70%
Short Float 13.43%
Short Interest Ratio 10.89
Quarterly Return -17.54%
YTD Return 11.90%
Year Return -25.04%

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Steve Clark is a 23-year Wall St professional with stints in M&A, risk management, and algorithm trading. Steve keeps his head in the game by looking for, and writing about, small companies that often get overlooked by the big investment firms.

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