Call upon the Nighthawk
I'm getting more and more bullish by the day with a penny stock that is already on the rise.
NIHK.OB Nighthawk systems
Nighthawk Systems is the creator of remote controlled paging system devices for multiple uses to include security alarms, firefighting departments to send out remote, hard copy, messages straight to the service vehicle, automotive uses, internet service provider uses, and other uses.
Customers include: TT, Boeing, General Motors, FAA, US Navy, US Air Force, IBM, Royal Canadian mounted Police, Denver office of Emergency Services, numerous state transportation departments, and over 30 electric utilities.
I guess you can cringe regarding GM as one of their customers. But with the company gaining market share by gaining new customers worldwide, even the loss of GM won't stop the company's growth aspects.
This company is not profitable so perhaps it is too early to invest in.
Although at 5 cents a share or less, buying $100 of the company stock won't hurt your budget any more than...$100 (if the company goes insolvent).
What's the insentive to pluck down $100 at Nighthawk system's common stock?
1) Previous earnings reports show an increase in revenue, sales. Just not large enough yet to break even.
2) Previous press releases suggest an international scale interest in Nighthawk's products.
If the company is starting to get noticed by more and more governments and businesses then that's got to bode well for their share price in the next 2-3 years.
3) Decent amount of volume surrounding the stock between 60,000 - 120,000 a day.
4) There is absolutely NO OBAMA FEAR with this stock. The company ain't pullin a profit for Obama to TAX and RE-DISTRIBUTE.
5) Nighthawk Systems seems to be moving towards military applications with their technology and this type of technology will be needed even if we were in Peace Time. So if Obama surrenders to Al Queda, Hamas, Hezzbollah and hands over the state of Alaska, Texas, and all of the other states that didn't vote for Obama to the terrorists.... Nighthawk Systems will still do well.
6) The recent announcement of a marketing/distribution/collaboration deal with ITRON opens a brand new use for the company's product as well as the ability to reach out to ITORN's utility customers. Oh... How many customers? About 130 countries across the world of them.
Motley Fool-ites have written several recent articles about throwing some cash at Small Caps that have a bright future.
I threw money at Southwall Technologies expecting them to survive and do real well in the next 2-3 years. I have no qualms about adding Nighthawk to my portfolio.
Nighthawk Systems products have implications in primarily Utilites and Infrastructure/Industrial.
Both of which will benefit under an Obama Administration.