November 16, 2016 - By Darrin Black · 0 Comments
The stock of Supercom Limited Ord Israel (NASDAQ:SPCB) registered an increase of 3.26% in short interest. SPCB’s total short interest was 237,800 shares in November as published by FINRA. Its up 3.26% from 230,300 shares, reported previously. With 26,100 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 9 days to cover their SPCB’s short positions. The short interest to Supercom Limited Ord Israel’s float is 2.4%. About 332 shares traded hands. Supercom Ltd (NASDAQ:SPCB) has declined 34.12% since April 14, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 38.81% the S&P500.
SuperCom Ltd is a provider of traditional and digital identity solutions, providing safety, identification, tracking and security products to governments, and private and public organizations throughout the world. The company has a market cap of $42.44 million. Through its e-government platforms and solutions for traditional and biometrics enrollment, personalization, issuance and border control services, the Company enables governments and national agencies to design and issue multi-identification documents and digital identity solutions to their citizens and visitors. It currently has negative earnings. The Company’s Machine to Machine solutions identify, track and monitor people or objects in real time, enabling its clients to detect unauthorized movement of people, vehicles and other monitored objects.
More recent Supercom Ltd (NASDAQ:SPCB) news were published by: Prnewswire.com which released: “SuperCom Acquires PowaPOS Business” on April 18, 2016. Also Seekingalpha.com published the news titled: “SuperCom Ltd. (SPCB) CEO Arie Trabelsi on Q1 2016 Results – Earnings Call …” on July 06, 2016. Quotes.Wsj.com‘s news article titled: “SuperCom Ltd. SPCB (US: Nasdaq)” with publication date: February 11, 2011 was also an interesting one.
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By Darrin Black