Archive for the ‘Smallcap Bullets’ Category Offers Research Report Featuring The Top 8 SmallCap Stocks for 2008

Friday, January 4th, 2008

SmallcapBullets is currently offering a special 43-page report that features 8 different stocks in each of the following market sectors: Materials, Energy, Industrials, Services, Consumers, Healthcare, Technology, and Telecom.

The stocks chosen have been carefully selected using a proven smallcap formula. The report also includes a list of other interesting smallcaps to bring the total number of featured stocks in the report to 53. SmallcapBullets has made it a requirement to only include smallcap stocks that are believed to have the potential to double by the end of this year.

Those who are interested in viewing the entire 43-page research report can do so by visiting the following link: SmallcapBullets Research Report

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Thursday, November 15th, 2007

Smallcap Bullets is dedicated to wading through the hype to prove that there are a few great companies in the midst of approximately 10,000 small cap stocks currently trading in the U.S. stock market. The website believes that proper due diligence and following a proven formula will reveal companies with true potential and long term investment opportunities.

The research editor, Greg Ballard, utilizes a proven formula that combines the best of fundamentals, growth, technical analysis, catalysts identification, and homework to find the overlooked and undervalued companies of the smallcap market. He has an extensive background in the small cap market and was a key founder of Knobias in 1999.

Stringent requirements for each featured stock include:

• U.S. small cap stocks with a market capitalization of less than $1 billion.
• Being flexible by examining any sector with the exception of banks and REITs.
• Companies with a solid balance sheet, little or no relative debt and a “clean” cap structure.
• Companies with a history of positive EBITDA or approaching profitability.
• Selections are made with a long-term horizon in mind, but with near-term upside potential.
• A history of strong sales growth or an emerging, catalyst-driven growth trend.
• A smart and effective management team with proven strategic execution.
• Lagging valuations and multiples relative to industry peers.
• Clear, identifiable growth catalysts, both near-term and long-term.
• Opportunistic technical upside (i.e. long base, oversold, downtrend reversals, uptrend continuation, etc.)

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