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More RFID Investing Analysis from the Motley Fool
Another RFID investing column appeared in the Motley Fool today, suggesting an ever-increasing interest in the technology from investors.
Dec 16, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
December 16, 2004—Another RFID column appeared on popular investor site The Motley Fool today, suggesting an ever-increasing interest in the technology from the lay investor community. Considered are the prospects of three small-cap companies: Digital Angel, Click Commerce, and Gaming Partners. RFID is, in one way or another, a core feature of each company's strategy. Digital Angel (site, quote), licensor of the infamous human-implantable VeriChip, is a leader in animal and human RFID chipping. Click Commerce (site, quote) is an enterprise software firm whose recent purchase of bTrade, a data synchronization company recently contracted by Home Depot to work on the retailer's RFID initiative, make it an RFID player. Finally, Gaming Partners (site, quote) is a gambling supplies company working to implant RFID in casino gambling chips.
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