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Beschreibung

Small companies come with big risk, but potentially life-changing reward
Small Stocks, Big Money provides first-hand perspective and insider information on the fast world of microcap investing. In a series of interviews with the superstars of small stocks, you'll learn how to discover the right companies and develop a solid investment strategy with a potentially big payoff. Each chapter includes a short bio of the investor in question, and provides key insight into the lessons learned from the investments that made them millions - or in some cases, hundreds of millions. You'll learn each investor's top stock picks, and how they originally chose the investments that became their gold mines. Whether you're a professional investor or a novice, this book is a unique and valuable source of information for anyone interested in the volatile world of small stocks and big money.

The smaller the company, the bigger the risk - and the bigger the potential payoff. These interviews show you how to avoid or mitigate those risks, and how to choose the stocks with the best potential from the perspective of those who have done it very, very successfully.

Learn the nuances of microcap investing
Read the stories of the pros who have made millions
Gain expert insight from top microcap investors
Avoid the potential pitfalls and reap the big rewards
Taking a risk on a small company can lead to tremendous gains when they become an industry giant. The trick is in choosing the company that is likely to follow that trajectory, and allocating your investment appropriately to protect yourself in case of disaster. Small Stocks, Big Money gives you a head start by teaching you what the pros wish they knew then.

DAVE GENTRY is the CEO of RedChip Companies Inc., an international investor relations, media, and research firm focused on smaller-cap stocks, as well as founder of The RedChip Money Report , a weekly financial news show broadcasted on Fox Business, Bloomberg Europe, and Bloomberg Asia. He has been a consultant to more than 400 public and private companies and is a nationally recognized thought leader in the microcap sector.

Autorentext

DAVE GENTRY is the CEO of RedChip Companies Inc., an international investor relations, media, and research firm focused on smaller-cap stocks, as well as founder of The RedChip Money Report, a weekly financial news show broadcasted on Fox Business, Bloomberg Europe, and Bloomberg Asia. He has been a consultant to more than 400 public and private companies and is a nationally recognized thought leader in the microcap sector.

Klappentext

Small companies come with big risk, but potentially life-changing reward Small Stocks, Big Money provides first-hand perspective and insider information on the fast world of microcap investing. In a series of interviews with the superstars of small stocks, you'll learn how to discover the right companies and develop a solid investment strategy with a potentially big payoff. Each chapter includes a short bio of the investor in question, and provides key insight into the lessons learned from the investments that made them millions or in some cases, hundreds of millions. You'll learn each investor's top stock picks, and how they originally chose the investments that became their gold mines. Whether you're a professional investor or a novice, this book is a unique and valuable source of information for anyone interested in the volatile world of small stocks and big money. The smaller the company, the bigger the risk and the bigger the potential payoff. These interviews show you how to avoid or mitigate those risks, and how to choose the stocks with the best potential from the perspective of those who have done it very, very successfully. Learn the nuances of microcap investing Read the stories of the pros who have made millions Gain expert insight from top microcap investors Avoid the potential pitfalls and reap the big rewards Taking a risk on a small company can lead to tremendous gains when they become an industry giant. The trick is in choosing the company that is likely to follow that trajectory, and allocating your investment appropriately to protect yourself in case of disaster. Small Stocks, Big Money gives you a head start by teaching you what the pros wish they knew then.



Zusammenfassung
Small companies come with big risk, but potentially life-changing reward

Small Stocks, Big Money provides first-hand perspective and insider information on the fast world of microcap investing. In a series of interviews with the superstars of small stocks, you'll learn how to discover the right companies and develop a solid investment strategy with a potentially big payoff. Each chapter includes a short bio of the investor in question, and provides key insight into the lessons learned from the investments that made them millionsor in some cases, hundreds of millions. You'll learn each investor's top stock picks, and how they originally chose the investments that became their gold mines. Whether you're a professional investor or a novice, this book is a unique and valuable source of information for anyone interested in the volatile world of small stocks and big money.

The smaller the company, the bigger the riskand the bigger the potential payoff. These interviews show you how to avoid or mitigate those risks, and how to choose the stocks with the best potential from the perspective of those who have done it very, very successfully.

  • Learn the nuances of microcap investing
  • Read the stories of the pros who have made millions
  • Gain expert insight from top microcap investors
  • Avoid the potential pitfalls and reap the big rewards

Taking a risk on a small company can lead to tremendous gains when they become an industry giant. The trick is in choosing the company that is likely to follow that trajectory, and allocating your investment appropriately to protect yourself in case of disaster. Small Stocks, Big Money gives you a head start by teaching you what the pros wish they knew then.



Leseprobe
CHAPTER 1
Microcap Stocks, the Neglected Asset Class

Considering the fact that almost 50% of the approximately 16,000 public companies (this number includes OTC market stocks) in the United States have market caps of under $500 million, the lack of research and media coverage on this sector is surprising.

U.S. Public Companies' Market Caps

7,360 under $500 million
6,622 under $250 million
5,713 under $100 million
5,053 under $50 million
-Thomson Reuters, September 7, 2014

The microcap sector is one of the least-understood asset classes on Wall Street. It is also the most neglected sector by the major financial media outlets. CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg offer precious little content or commentary on microcap stocks. Fox Business's Charles Payne is the only mainstream Wall Street media pundit who has experience in the sector. Jim Cramer, on his show Mad Money , does occasionally comment on microcap companies (in fact, he has mentioned several RedChip client companies over the years), but he is largely focused on large and mid-caps. My show, Small Stocks, Big Money , is the only show approved by major networks (Fox Business, Bloomberg Europe, Bloomberg Asia) that focuses exclusively on microcap stocks, and at this point we still have to pay for our air time.

It is not often that we see the major business media outlets discussing, providing commentary, or interviewing the rainmakers in the U.S smaller-cap sector. Rarely do we see interviews with the CEOs of public companies with market caps under $250 million, though there are plenty of fast-growing, profitable companies from which to choose, some of which you will read about in this book.

What the mainstream financial pundits forget is that big companies generally start small. In my debate with Herb Greenberg, Gary Kaminsky, and David Faber on CNBC in November 2011, related to reverse merger Chinese small-cap stocks, I tried to make the point that Blockbuster Video, Texas Instruments (NASDAQ: TXN), and even the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: ICE), went public through the reverse merger process, an alternative to IPOs used by many small companies.

A reverse merger is an inexpensive way of going public that circumvents the IPO process and the associated costs. This alternative listing mechanism is used today by many start-ups and less developed companies.

Greenberg and others also betrayed their lack of knowledge of the microcap sector when they questioned whether institutions purchased small and microcap stocks covered by RedChip analysts when in fact hundreds of institutions meet with the CEOs of RedChip companies every year, many of whom build large positions in our stocks. Not only did they cut me off seven times in a 15-minute discussion, they implicitly disparaged the entire microcap asset class over and over again. Their show, called The Strategy Session , was later canceled.

Over the past 24 months, NASDAQ OMX Group and the NYSE: MKT has listed dozens of "small" companies that went public through the reverse merger process on the OTC markets, which is the home of thousands of smaller companies intent on listing on a major exchange. Another problem with the sector is that there are simply not enough independent analysts covering microcap stocks. There is a plethora of issuer-sponsored research, some of it quite good, but because it is paid for by the issuer, in some circles it is not given the respect that it deserves. The investment banks who focus on smaller-cap companies, with few exceptions, save their research for companies they back.

Considering the fact that almost 50% of the approximately 16,000 public companies (this number includes OTC market stocks) in the United States have market caps of under $500 million, the lack of research and media coverage on this sector is surprisi

Inhalt

Preface xxi

Acknowledgments xxv

PART I: BIG COMPANIES START SMALL 1

CHAPTER 1: Microcap Stocks, the Neglected Asset Class 3

PART II: THE SUPERSTARS 11

CHAPTER 2: Michael Corbett 13

Perritt's Investment Paradigm 14

Perritt Capital Management Top Stock Positions 20

CHAPTER 3: Bill Hench 25

Royce Opportunity Funds Top 10 Positions 32

CHAPTER 4: Dr. Phil Frost 33

Phillip Frost Top Stock Positions 40

CHAPTER 5: Dave Maley 43

Maley's Favorite Stock: RealNetworks, Inc. (RNWK) 51

Ariel Top Stock Positions 53

CHAPTER 6: John Pappajohn 57

Horatio Alger Award 65

John Pappajohn Top Stock Positions 66

CHAPTER 7: Byron Roth 67

CHAPTER 8: Charles Diker 75

Charles Diker Top Stock Positions 79

CHAPTER 9: Phil Sassower 83

Phil Sassower Top Stock Positions 89

CHAPTER 10: Barry Honig 91

The Interclick Story 93

The Story of MusclePharm 95

The Story of Pershing Gold 97

RantMedia 100

VBI Vaccines (NASDAQ: VBIV) 100

Drone Aviation (OTCQB: DRNE) 101

Barry Honig Top Stock Positions 102

CHAPTER 11: Manny Villafana 103

There Is Something of the Horatio Alger Story in Villafana's Life 104

Manny Villafana Top Stock Positions 111

CHAPTER 12: Buzz Heidkte 113

CHAPTER 13: Greg Sichenzia 119

Appendix A: Stock List 123

Appendix B: RedChip's Top Microcap Stock Picks 127

Appendix C: Lessons from RedChip Nation: Weekly Newsletter 149

Appendix D: Microcap Indexes 165

Appendix E: Glossary of Wall Street Terms 169

Appendix F: Twenty-Five Financial and Business Books Worth Reading 173

About the Author 175

Index 177

Produktinformationen

Titel: Small Stocks, Big Money
Untertitel: Interviews With Microcap Superstars
Autor:
EAN: 9781119172574
ISBN: 978-1-119-17257-4
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Wiley
Genre: Betriebswirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 208
Veröffentlichung: 24.11.2015
Jahr: 2015
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 2.3 MB