With Civil Unrest Expected for the Presidential Inauguration in January, Some Small Cap Stocks Are Expected to Surge.

A record number of people are expected to descend on the nation’s capital this week to protest President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. Unlike past Inaugurations, the protests are expected to extend well beyond the nation capital, with a record number of riots predicted based on record number of permits granted to protesting groups.

The National Park Service has granted demonstration permits to at least 28 groups and is expecting more than 350,000 protesters. This is among the highest numbers recorded, similar to the Inauguration of current President, Donald Trump.

“These are unprecedented numbers,” Mike Litterst, a spokesman for the National Park Service, told Politico.

To matters worse, some experts are predicting that protests and possibly riots may very well go well beyond the Inauguration period, and be a systemic problem state capitals and large cities will have to deal with long after the new President has been sworn in.

This however creates opportunities for a small number of companies whos aim is to supply states and law enforcement agencies with the tools and systems needed to do their job, and restore order if need be. In turn, this presents further opportunities for investors to take advantage of these historic times. We look at one of the companies aiming to do such things.

Number 1: Lamperd Less Lethal Inc.

OTC Markets: LLLI
  • Currently Undervalued based on Market Cap, Asset Value, and Recorded Revenues.
  • Current Price: $0.024
  • Target Price Based on Delta/Cap: $0.087 – $0.113

Lamperd Less Lethal has developed a line of exceptionally high quality launcher systems, which have gained widespread industry attention for their accuracy, ease of use and flexibility. The company also produces a variety of less lethal munitions, which are rapidly gaining recognition for consistently high quality and superior performance.

The global market for non-lethal weapons is expected to grow from $880.5 million in 2013 to about $1.14 billion by 2018, according to Research and Markets.

According to Non-Lethal Weapons Market: 2013-2018, the U.S. represents the biggest source of growth within the niche industry, expected to grow at a 5.05% CAGR to $234.2 million by 2018


One of their new products is aiming to provide every major city with the means to disburse large crowds. This new system can give riot control officers a very effective and far reaching option to disburse unruly crowds from within the safety of their own vehicles.

The VRMD mounts securely to the roof of the vehicle via 3 strong suction cups and shoots 2 powerful streams of Lamperd manufactured OC Pepper Compound (mixed into a water based solution) from pressurized nozzles that can reach up to 80 feet downrange. The angle of fire can also be vertically adjusted within a 60 degree arc. This stands to be a highly effective element for any law enforcement entity during large crowd riots.


Most interestingly, the company has just been included in a global market report that was recently released, in which the report named the worlds leading companies that are expected to dominate the market from 2020 into 2021, and forecasting up to 2025.


It remains to be seen whether this year might be another one for the history books. What is for certain is the current divide in the country, which will undoubtedly show as the new president is sworn in.


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