Is Dark Pulse $DPLS a Buy?
With cybersecurity one of the biggest needs of the decade, and technology stocks below $1.00 being potential diamonds in the rough, if this stock isn’t on your radar, you have to take a closer look. This isn’t financial advice, just commentary. Always do your own due diligence.
Current price is $0.017, but that’s not likely to be for much longer. This is because of the niche Dark Pulse operates in. Check their website here. Check their OTCmarkets review here. About 8,000 followers on Stocktwits currently, so still mostly under the radar. That’s the time to get in, always get in early.
They are a distributed fiber sensor. Recent news catalyst, they are opening a manufacturing and engineering facility. Translation? This stock could go up higher. It will be in Tempe, Arizona, one of the top places for growing companies.
What you have to realize about this stock is we’re talking about cybsersecurity at the intersection of the energy sector.
- DarkPulse, Inc., a technology-security company, focuses on developing, marketing, and the distribution of a suite of engineering, installation, and security management solutions to industries and governments.
- The company develops patented BOTDA dark-pulse sensor technology that allows a data stream of critical metrics for assessing the health and security of their infrastructure.
- It offers two security platforms, Fiber and Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors. The company intends to deliver security and monitoring systems in applications for border security, pipelines, the oil and gas industry, and mine safety.
At the Last Futurist we consider the stock a buy and a long-term hold. With a cyberpunk name like “Dark Pulse”, it also has a weird swag that might appeal to younger investors and traders. Sometimes you come across a “penny stock” and you think, this could be a real legit business one day.
If Oil and the energy sector makes a recovery with vaccines, pipeline security will have a renewed budget. The company has some bold claims including: within the last decade a new approach towards improved spatial resolution was invented, called dark pulsing, that allowed spatial resolutions in the sub-meter range.
Without these spatial resolutions conventional BOTDA sensing systems are only practical for fire detection and large scale strain changes.
What I like about the stock is it can also be applied to the space-tech industry and clean energy sector. BOTDA dark-pulse sensor technology (the “DarkPulse Technology”) provides a data stream of critical metrics for assessing the health and security of infrastructure for applications in border security, railroad, oil and gas, aviation and aerospace, renewable energy and mine safety.