2013 has been a great year so far for investors, with the S&P up 12% in the past six months. This rally is nothing compared to what the stock of a small lumber company in Oregon has experienced during the same time frame. Jewett-Cameron, a little known micro cap trading under the ticker JCTCF, opened the year at $12/share, reached $18/share in April, announced a 2 for 1 split, and is now almost up to $12/share again, meaning investors who have been on this ride since New Year's Day have seen their capital nearly double in less than six months.
What's important isn't so much where a stock has been, but where it's going to go, and Jewett's story...
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