Top 10 Performing Security Stocks for July 2006
Defense and security product manufacturer Arotech's Simulation and Training Division announced a record month with 34 units shipped and $1.8M in new orders.
Following an 89% increase in June, LocatePLUS CEO, Jon Latorella, said recently that, ...we are significantly undervalued when compared to valuations in our industry
ISSX forecast that by December 31, 2006, annual revenues will be in the range of $355 to $360 million; and net income in the range of $0.67 to $0.72 per diluted share.
High security facility operator GEO increased net income and revenue guidance and the stock increased about $6 a share shortly after the announcement.
Anixter, which manufactures wire and cable products for communications and security apps reported 2Q 2006 net income of $1.15 per diluted share on sales of $1.24 billion.
Identity solution provider Viisage announced acquisition of Iridian Technologies and, separately, that Louis Freeh, former FBI Director, has joined the company's board.
Identix announced that its fingerprint technology has been confirmed by NIST as meeting the qualifications of the Minutiae Interoperability Exchange Test.
Video system provider reports incoming orders improved significantly in March 2006, and that 2Q order totals finished at $13.6 million vs. $13.3 million in the year prior.
INGR, which provides spatial information management software estimates operating income for fiscal year 2006 to be between $48.6 and $52.6 million.
Numerex, which manufactures wireless communications for security monitoring, reports net revenues in 2Q 2006 were up 75% to $12.9 million; the bottom line was up 250%.