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Axon Enterprise Inc

Axon Enterprise Inc (AXON)

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About Axon Enterprise Inc

Axon Enterprise Inc develops, manufactures, and sells conducted energy devices and cloud-based digital evidence management software designed for use by law enforcement, corrections, military forces, private security personnel, and private individuals for personal defense. The company operates in two... Axon Enterprise Inc develops, manufactures, and sells conducted energy devices and cloud-based digital evidence management software designed for use by law enforcement, corrections, military forces, private security personnel, and private individuals for personal defense. The company operates in two segments: Taser and software & sensors. Taser develops and sells CEDs used for protecting users and virtual reality training. Software and sensors manufacture fully integrated hardware and cloud-based software solutions such as body cameras, automated license plate reading, and digital evidence management systems. Axon delivers its products worldwide and gets most of its revenue from the United States. Show more

Ordnance And Accessories
Ordnance And Accessories
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Axon Enterprise Inc is listed in the Ordnance And Accessories sector of the NASDAQ with ticker AXON. The last closing price for Axon Enterprise was $313.11. Over the last year, Axon Enterprise shares have traded in a share price range of $ 175.365 to $ 329.87.

Axon Enterprise currently has 75,467,220 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Axon Enterprise is $23.63 billion. Axon Enterprise has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 135.31.

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AXON Latest News

Axon to Release Second Quarter 2024 Earnings on August 6, 2024

Axon to Release Second Quarter 2024 Earnings on August 6, 2024 PR Newswire SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 23, 2024 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 23, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Axon (Nasdaq: AXON), the global public...

United States Marshals Service to adopt TASER 10 and companion virtual reality training solutions

United States Marshals Service to adopt TASER 10 and companion virtual reality training solutions PR Newswire SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 25, 2024 Cutting-edge less-lethal technology will enhance...

Axon and Skydio partner to deliver scalable drone offering for public safety, including Drone as First Responder solution

Axon and Skydio partner to deliver scalable drone offering for public safety, including Drone as First Responder solution PR Newswire SAN MATEO, Calif. and SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 20, 2024...

Oncocyte Appoints Andrea James as Chief Financial Officer

IRVINE, Calif., June 17, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Oncocyte Corporation (Nasdaq: OCX), a precision diagnostics company, today announced that it has appointed leading finance executive, Andrea...

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x993231 x993231 3 days ago
Enlight of the testimony from the secret service today where 9 days later they are still struggling to determine who said what to whom and when did they say it, Draft One has an awesome opportunity here, they don't need tasers but the video and audio in an orderly fashion would be great.

Push a button and out it comes chronologically with video.

x993231 x993231 3 months ago
Draft One saves officers one or more hours per day utilizing body-worn camera audio to produce draft police reports in seconds with greater quality and clarity.

This is a big deal.

Monksdream Monksdream 5 months ago
AXON new 52 week high
x993231 x993231 5 months ago
$300 buckarooskis.

Monksdream Monksdream 5 months ago
AXON new 52 week high
Monksdream Monksdream 5 months ago
AXON new 52 week high
gary60505 gary60505 7 months ago
Nice I think it go higher.
x993231 x993231 7 months ago
We got it $255.

Nice 1, 3 month & 1 year.

x993231 x993231 9 months ago

weedtrader420 weedtrader420 9 months ago
x993231 x993231 10 months ago
I'm predicting that WRAP will be a takeover candidate for AXON if they are to achieve a 50% reduction in police bad guy encounters.

X. In both, we'll see
gary60505 gary60505 1 year ago
We will take it easy.
x993231 x993231 1 year ago
I bought a few um 600 shares today, Im long term guy, some at 188.00 some on an old 210 buy, whatever, I'm a Long term cat.


x993231 x993231 1 year ago
34% Year over Year Growth.

Outstanding and with the unrest in the world, Demand will continue to rise.

x993231 x993231 1 year ago
Axon Enterprise is joining the S&P 500 on Thursday, they are moving up from the midcap 400.

x993231 x993231 1 year ago
Wow that new camera will be required by all police departments, up we go.

How about $250?

x993231 x993231 1 year ago
Axon 2022 Revenue Grows 38% to $1.2 Billion

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x993231 x993231 1 year ago
I'd day WRAP by AXON will be taken over for Smith's 50% goal to reduce deaths in takedowns.

Make sense?

x993231 x993231 1 year ago
Starting to roll.

Stay tuned.

This is a great long-term bet.

Day traders, not so much, this is one for the retirement account.

x993231 x993231 2 years ago
Without the Smith's I would not be here. Let's do the shuffle, someday I hope to do it.

alchemytrader alchemytrader 3 years ago
I remember when this was 16.00 in 2015.

10 bagger.
MitchDB MitchDB 4 years ago
Axon Reports Q3 2020 Revenue Growth of 27%, ARR Tops $200 million, Up 44%
Surge in Total Bookings, Up 56%YOY, Federal Bookings Up 400% YOY

Simply put WOW

PS AXON lost 1 cent a share
what the?
MitchDB MitchDB 4 years ago
aaxn earnings day, always spooky
and 9 of 10 times the thing freaks out after

for some reason, for 20 years of watching
sales have gone from 1 million to well over 100 million a quarter

yet the EPS is always low single digits or negative
growing in one sense but not the others

but execs seem to be making lots for themselves????
TFMG TFMG 4 years ago
$AAXN | #AXONEnterprise Breakout Target

Potential target $120

MitchDB MitchDB 4 years ago
Earnings going to EXECS and not shareholders
This is why the stock loss
Someone should ask about this

and 687 million in cash for things??? like what

SG&A included $27 million in stock-based compensation expense, including nearly $11 million in "catch up" expense. R&D included $6 million in stock-based compensation expense, including $1 million in "catch up" expense. Excluding stock-based compensation expense, operating expenses declined 1% sequentially.

The "catch up" expense is tied to Axon's CEO Performance Award and eXponential Stock Performance Plan ("XSPP"), for which two additional operational goals became probable of attainment during Q2 2020 due to our strengthened outlook, bringing the total number of operational goals that are statistically probable to eleven.

For more details about Axon's innovative stock-based compensation plans, which were approved by shareholders and align the interests of management and employees with shareholders, please see our online FAQ at investor axon

Cash and cash equivalents and investments totaled $687 million at June 30, 2020, or $676 million after adjusting for an investment payable of $20 million, which net of receivables was $10 million.
Pugetsounder1 Pugetsounder1 4 years ago
As body cameras gain more attention, their uses are expanding well beyond law enforcement: Seattle Times

Weeks of protests in the wake of the killing of George Floyd have placed renewed attention on police body-worn cameras, whose two largest U.S. manufacturers have a significant Seattle presence.

Axon and Motorola Solutions recently branched out to commercial sales even before Floyd’s filmed killing in Minneapolis. Cellphone footage from bystanders put the case in the spotlight, but recordings from police body cameras are expected to be introduced at trial.

Businesses and municipal services large and small — including fire departments, emergency medical technicians, private security firms, department stores and construction crews — have turned increasingly to body-worn devices from a plethora of manufacturers to monitor employees for training, safety and behavioral purposes.

“Frankly, we’ve been really surprised at the level of interest in a broad number of different industry marketplaces that were not on our radar before,’’ said Axon founder Rick Smith, whose 1,500 employees include 245 in a Seattle office that is the company’s second biggest beyond its Scottsdale, Arizona, headquarters.

The idea of body cameras as a nonlethal safety tool to monitor police and modify behavior — with the aim of reducing excessive force by officers and false complaints against them — is also what’s luring the business world.

Axon makes body cameras for the Seattle Police Department and the Minneapolis force, four of whom were charged in Floyd’s killing in May. Within the past six months, it has started selling cameras to larger companies for “industrial use” purposes, one of the bigger ones a pharmaceutical firm where devices are being worn on a trial basis by employees at drug-testing facilities.

“It turns out that any time there is any concern that somebody didn’t follow the right safety protocols, they have to scrap millions of dollars of medication,” Smith said. “But they reported back to us that by having people that are working key processes wear body cameras, they are able to go back and check and verify whether or not a process was followed. They’ve already saved millions of dollars in stuff they didn’t have to scrap.”

Others include a company doing “large truckloads of deliveries” to grocery stores, using cameras to record the physical transfer of goods to reduce theft and loss. “There are times when a client would call up and say, ‘Hey, we’re one palette short of some produce’ or ‘This produce is bad.’ Well, now that they’ve got the video, they’re able to go back and look.”

While cameras like GoPro have made significant inroads among consumers — sky divers, mountain climbers, cyclists and other outdoor enthusiasts — Smith said his commercial clients want something different. The Axon Flex 2, Axon Body 2 and newer Body 3 cameras are less focused on color pixelation and cinematography than a GoPro, but better for evidence gathering given their 12-hour, full-police-shift battery life and delivery of accurate, non-erasable footage — even in low light — and crisp audio along with secure storage options.

The Body 3 also offers livestreaming that activates automatically when a police weapon is drawn or emergency lights activated, and remote map-tracking of the camera-wearer.

“The fact that we do this with police evidence is a strong industry endorsement around the reliability and security of our overall platform,” Smith said. “It appears to really be resonating in a lot of other industries.”

Motorola has made in-vehicle cameras for police since 2004 — becoming the national leader in that realm — before branching out to body camera sales in 2015. It began selling body cameras commercially in the United Kingdom last year and in the United States the first half of this year to customers in retail sales, the railway industry and emergency first responders.

The company’s Seattle office of about 150 employees is a headquarters for its “command center software” business — which includes tools for gathering and storing video evidence obtained from body cameras.

John Kedzierski, Motorola’s senior vice president of video evidence and analytics, said the recent protests and calls for increased body camera use by police “has absolutely made more customers interested” in the product. But Kedzierski said commercial interest had already been piqued, with demand surging once the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

“Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to see cases where customers behave very inappropriately,” Kedzierski said. “You’ve probably read and heard about cases where people engage in coughing and spitting intentionally because they were dissatisfied with something. And so, we’re seeing more demand for cameras in those areas to de-escalate those situations and, if need be, to document them.”

Clients also use the footage to train new employees on real-life situations they may face. Or, to go over how an employee handled a situation to train them to attain better outcomes.

Motorola, like Axon, wouldn’t divulge the names of its U.S. clients because it doesn’t have permission. Motorola clients overseas include the Sainsbury’s department store chain — the U.K.’s second largest — where Kedzierski said employees at about 400 of 1,400 or so locations wear the company’s VT100 camera to record customer interactions.

“Front-line employees that are trying to enforce people wearing masks, or social distancing, inside the store can encounter a customer that doesn’t want to do that,” said Kedzierski, whose company also sells VT100 cameras to the British-based ASDA and Co-op supermarket chains. “And those situations can get escalated. That focus on employee safety has been a key driver in our discussions more than anything else.”
YanksGhost YanksGhost 4 years ago
This will be $175 by Inauguration Day.
MitchDB MitchDB 4 years ago
and 100.29 +3.02 (3.10%) $100 bucks
HittinHeavy93 HittinHeavy93 4 years ago
why axon has bought out vtsi is beyond me...
Mr Fox Mr Fox 4 years ago
All Time High today!!!
MitchDB MitchDB 4 years ago
92 dollars today, oops
r clarke r clarke 5 years ago
Scottsdale's Axon, known for Tasers and police cameras, sues the Federal Trade Commission

,,, because the FTC is taking action on Vievu acquisition:
MitchDB MitchDB 5 years ago
$89 target JMP Securities - Axon Enterprise, Outperform rating

Lets see how things go

JMP Securities initiated coverage of Axon Enterprise this week with an outperform rating. The company develops technology and weapons products for law enforcement and civilians. JMP said the company’s “strong” brand and “solid” reputation in the law enforcement community give Axon a “dominant platform” for growth. The firm added it was impressed as the company continues its transition from a business based on electroshock weapons to a business that provides a broader array of technology options to law enforcement agencies.

“We initiate research coverage of Axon Enterprise with a Market Outperform rating and a price target of $89. Our research suggests that AAXN is still in the early stages of its transformation from a business based on electroshock weapons to a business that provides a broad suite of technology solutions to law enforcement agencies. The company’s strong brand and solid reputation with law enforcement provide AAXN with a dominant platform from which to grow.”
r clarke r clarke 5 years ago
Thought it was high previously, now PE is ~ 288
r clarke r clarke 5 years ago
Axon has a really high PE, and is very close to its one year target.

Anyone following the DGLY patent case?

DGLY has pulled back quite a bit, so really considering where to put my money, and if DGLY makes sense as a hedge for Axon shares?

Stock_Barber Stock_Barber 6 years ago
Not good:

r clarke r clarke 6 years ago
Sounds like DGLY and AAXN will have a day in court to decide the patent issue.

Digital Ally's patents cases against Taser, WatchGuard advance after surviving 5 challenges

By James Dornbrook – Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal
Jul 10, 2018, 1:16pm
Digital Ally Inc. successfully defended five challenges to its patents and now has switched to offense, pressing forward with intellectual property lawsuits against two of its largest rivals.

The Lenexa-based manufacturer (Nasdaq: DGLY) filed suit against Taser in January 2016 and WatchGuard Video in May 2016, accusing the law enforcement body camera systems of infringing on technology covered by Digital Ally's patents. The technology automates activation of the camera system when specified triggers — such as turning on emergency lights — occur.

The successful defense of its patents was huge for Digital Ally. Aside from the federal court in Kansas now lifting stays on its patent infringement lawsuits against competitors, it gives Digital Ally a stronger position to land lucrative contracts to equip police forces around the nation. Some cities, such as Phoenix, add language to their requests for proposals that require all technology to be free of claims for "infringement or misappropriation of patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark or other rights arising under the laws of the United States."

That means the body camera systems offered by two of its largest competitors — Taser-maker Axon Enterprises Inc. (Nasdaq: AAXN) and Enforcement Video LLC, which does business as WatchGuard — currently don't qualify for any contract containing that language.

Digital Ally asked for a permanent injunction against Taser and WatchGuard's systems that infringe on its patents, and if that is granted, it could create all kinds of issues for cities that have contracts with those companies.

Digital Ally also is asking the court for a reasonable royalty and compensation to cover damages such as lost profits, costs and expenses.

"This has been a long and trying battle as both Axon and WatchGuard have done everything they can to prevent these cases from moving forward," Digital Ally CEO Stanton Ross said in a Thursday release. "We have remained confident in the judicial system and patient with the process, and we are finally seeing movement towards the finish line. I hope that law enforcement agencies across the country will pay attention to these developments and consider the implications of these lawsuits and a potential injunction when equipping their officers with body cameras from companies that infringe our patents."
r clarke r clarke 6 years ago
Love the products, but the valuation, PE etc seem insane?

.. also, pending patent fight ... how big a deal?
tigerpac tigerpac 6 years ago
Not that I wanted to sell but needed the money. Sold everything this morning at 62. 200% gain .

fishhunter fishhunter 6 years ago
Axon should buy VirTra (VTSI).

Immediately accretive, easy path to complimentary $100mil business, corporates just a few miles apart, same customer base. Natural fit.

AAXN stock is inflated above fair value and AAXN shareholders and BOD should make sure the company takes advantage. Offer 1 share of AAXN for each 5 or 6 shares of VTSI and it would be a done deal in a month.

VTSI CEO only owns 10%. Me and about 8 others own 20% and are disgruntled and want out.

Answer our prayers Axon! Plllleeeassssseeeeee.
tigerpac tigerpac 6 years ago
Another upside earnings surprise...shorts getting tased....analyst upgrades coming shortly ....

I think you see this stock at 100 within 18 months.
tigerpac tigerpac 6 years ago
No chance AXXN will buy DGLY. Competition is always good.

Today's move breaks the consolidation phase of the stock and I think we will advance rapidly to the 50 area with a new round of short covering.
axconth axconth 6 years ago
Love the Taser ECW products, but am concerned about the bodycam business and recent events.
Can someone give me a update on the DGLY lawsuit, likely outcome, and price tag?
Any chance AAXN will buy DGLY?
Also, what's with Zamamsky? .. just looking for a payday?
tigerpac tigerpac 6 years ago
Up to the 40 level as predicted...short interest should be coming out of 2/15/18 days to cover were 23...would expect it to be around 12 with new has turned the corner and will keep surprising imo.
tigerpac tigerpac 6 years ago
Finally a breakout after quarterly results...margin expansion.

This stock has large short position so I expect part of this rise is due to short covering. Prior to yesterday AAXN consistently traded between 20-28 always falling hard after quarterly result, no matter how good they appeared to be.

I think you will see the stock try to test the 40 area in the next 10 days.
shotgun shotgun 7 years ago
bad numbers versus 2016...they are going backwards, not forward..very, very bad.
mr10001 mr10001 7 years ago
What is it going to take to wake this up?
Touched 24.5 then didn't check the mail. Now the dogs want to sue.

Really, all I want is to trade.
r clarke r clarke 7 years ago
Company didnt respond to SEC letters?

... what the heck is going on?
AugustStockInformer AugustStockInformer 7 years ago
This company is on fire. The CEO has developed an amazing plan for them to grow and really make some noise, here's a recent write up that calls them a cross between $aapl and $crm:
midtownmurphy midtownmurphy 7 years ago
Axon awarded $500k contract from Boynton Beach PD. They just keep coming!!!

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