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Throughout the year we make a percentage of our stock picks public (through our MicroCap Blog, social media and Linkedin), but only after MicroCap subscribers have had sufficient time to properly research the company. This ensures they are not competing with a large audience on share price.
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We have published equity research online since 1998 and are one of the few investment letters focused exclusively on Canadian microcap stocks (penny stocks). We leverage decades of penny stock experience with full time independent equity research, and utilize our network of investor / industry contacts to share ideas and insight with MicroCap subscribers.
We DO NOT accept compensation of any kind from public companies (or anyone associated with them). Our stock picks are chosen for their capital gain potential, NOT because we have been compensated for featuring them (a common problem in this industry - and something to always be cautious of).
Diversification is very important with these small stocks so we cover various sectors depending upon risk, broad market interest, established or developing sector trends, and shorter term capital flow driven off herd mentality (a sector rally in gold or social media stocks for example). Canadian listed companies do business around the world so we carefully monitor country risk.
Even in the toughest of markets we have generated substantial capital gains for our subscribers by managing risk first.
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"Canadian Micro Cap stocks have consistently generated remarkable gains for investors globally (many well in excess of 1000%). Success stories from Blackberry to world class mines and energy producers in dozens of countries began as small Canadian listed public companies."