Our New Pick Is : INPH – Interphase Corp.
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INPH has a 52 week high of 6.06 and a low of .50c with a last price of .68c so its pretty clear we are on the bottom side of the swing.
If you take a look at the 5 year chart on INPH you can clearly see that this is a volatile play that likes to move up and down a lot but has provided major opportunities for gains.
In late 2010 INPH was as low as 1.17 a share before flying 480% to 6.78 a share by April 2011.
By June 13 2011 INPH had reached a low of 3.27. By July 18 2011 we were back up to 5.44 a share.
Over the next few years there was also a lot of heavy up and down movement.
February 25, 2013 INPH had a low of 2.10. By September 9,2013 INPH had rallied 170% to 5.65 a share, then dipped back to 3.88 a share by January 27, 2014 and flew even higher to 6.91 by May 19, 2014.
Since that peak of 6.91 on May 19, 2014 INPH has been completely down hill falling all the way to the low of .50c on May 11, 2015.
INPH has provided some great swing trades over the past years. We are trading at all time lows as we speak and we believe now could be a better time than ever to look at INPH.
INPH has had solid revenues over the past few years bringing in 13.8M in 2012, 15.5M in 2013 and 13.7M in 2014.
INPH also released news yesterday morning stating its PENVEU HDMI models were now shipping.
INPH today announced that the new HDMI® models of the award-winning penveu® interactive display system have started shipping. These models include HDMI input and output in addition to VGA, making it easy to connect to a wide variety of audiovisual equipment and complex audiovisual environments.
The new system version 1.5 being released with the HDMI models provides a variety of feature enhancements and significant improvements to penveu performance. This release also adds support for Chromebook® computers, which are showing rapid growth and adoption in the education market. This system version will be available as a free update for current users of the penveu VGA models. Registered users will be notified.
“This release is a significant step for penveu capabilities from the currently shipping models. It includes hardware, feature and performance improvements and addresses new trends in the deployment of technology in the classroom,” said Yoram Solomon, Ph.D., vice president of corporate strategy and general manager of penveu.
Penveu, designed and manufactured in the USA, adds interactivity to projectors and flat panel displays while overcoming issues encountered with other interactive education technology tools. penveu stands above competitive alternatives because users can:
· Use it from anywhere in the room
· Use it with existing content
· Use it with existing projectors, displays, and computer equipment
· Interact on flat non-reflective surfaces including fabric screens, walls, HDTVs, whiteboards, monitors, etc.
· Save screen captures easily, including notes
· Use the pen and mouse features accurately with no calibration required
· Supports Windows, Mac, iOS, Chrome and Android based systems
The flexibility of penveu creates user-friendly interactivity for better learning in the classroom, and a collaborative atmosphere in the conference room.
This is obviously a big step as HDMI has quickly become the standard way to connect to tvs, projectors, etc.
INPH also has only 8.1M shares in the float which is very tiny for a company trading on the Nasdaq with such a low share price.
All of the factors are working in our favor. If all goes as planned we could see one heck of a rally upwards on INPH!
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