DarkPulse (OTCMKTS:DPLS) stock is running higher on Wednesday despite a lack of news concerning the fiber sensor solutions company.
Here’s everything investors need to know about DPLS stock as it heads higher today.
- DarkPulse is a technology-security company focused on Fiber and Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors.
- It got its start back in 1989 as Klever Marketing.
- At that time, DarkPulse Technologies was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Klever Marketing.
- However, that changed with a merger of the two in April 2018.
- This acted similar to a reverse merger and saw the new company adopt the DarkPulse name later that year.
- The company’s offerings include “a full suite of engineering, installation and security management solutions to industries and governments.”
- DarkPulse’s most recent filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was on Monday.
- This was for a prospectus stock offering of up to $50 million.
- The most recent news before that is a Letter of Intent from the end of June.
- This details the company’s plans to acquire TerraData Unmanned, a drone company including underwater surveillance services.
- Even with the jumping stock price and lack of news, DPLS stock isn’t seeing heavy trading today.
- As of this writing, more than 74 million shares of the stock have changed hands.
- That’s still below the company’s daily average trading volume of about 96.5 million shares.
DPLS stock was up 16.4% as of Wednesday afternoon.
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