This week’s issue is a genuine must read for those looking to gain both a helicopter over view of our universe and where our bottom up or value based research philosophy has led us.
We have systematically gone through the 90 Small Caps that we cover, providing both investment metrics and our latest views. This report, out today, includes
31 buying opportunities at various levels of risk.
We have generated an average return of 47% on each of our stock tips over the past four and a half years.
Below is the first page of the report for you, covering the first 9 small cap stocks.
The companies are listed in alphabetic order and below is the first page of an 11 page report. As you can see we are upfront about our performance and we have given you the information on 1300 Smiles, 360 Capital, Alliance Aviation, APN News & Media, ASG Group, Atcor Medical, Austal and Bellamy's Australia.
If you want all of the 90 companies, please take out a subscription for instant access. When you find a stock you are interested in, you simply search for the stock on our website and you will see all the reports we have written on the stock.
Businesses such as the biotech Sirtex Medical (SRX) and organic baby formula marketer Bellamy’s Australia (BAL) which can grow earnings at high rates regardless of the level of economic activity. These companies often look expensive on conventional indicators and do not come along very often.
Stocks which were big but have fallen fowl of the market and are trading in the Small Cap universe. Two examples of this are APN Media (APN) and the contractor UGL, which have both delivered spectacular returns.
The companies are listed in alphabetic order. If you find a stock you are interested in, you should go into our website and search for it. This provides you with all the reports we have written on the stock.
We have also uploaded the excel file onto our website under the “Stock Research” tab on the left, then under “All Company Research”. There is also a button on the right titled, “DOWNLOAD THE FULL LIST (XLS)”, which you click. Once you have downloaded the file, you can sort it in any order you wish eg by rating or performance.