We are a family-run small/micro-cap research newsletter completely free of any bias. We profile hidden gems, penny stocks (under $5) that are either undiscovered, under-followed, emerging from a turnaround or have a new/better/faster mousetrap. We do not own shares in the stocks we profile (no ownership or other interest at all before the stock is profiled and also no ownership or interest after the stock is profiled - NONE) We are not compensated in any manner for our stock picks. No ownership, no compensation. No bias. Our only source of revenue comes from our readers' subscriptions. We only do better when our readers do better. Twenty years' experience in many areas of the financial arena. Just a few of the areas we've enjoyed being a part of include: Insider stock sales (Rule 144/144(k)). Institutional equity trading. Fixed income trading. Corporate data analysis. Employee stock option plan administration. Compliance regarding insider sales and corporate repurchases. Investment fund accounting and analysis.
TopStockPicks.com is a site dedicated to finding the best "Stocks under $5" for our members to invest in. We believe strongly (and our research backs us up) that the greatest potential for gain exists with "stocks under $5".
Warren Buffett himself would trade small caps....if he wasn't a billionaire! He has said so many times. That doesn't stop traders and investors like you from trading this higher risk/higher return issues.
Our site is dedicated to the proposition that we can all make a great deal more gains from small caps than mid-or-large caps.
- United States Naval Academy, BS. Varsity Baseball. 9 Years active duty U.S. Naval Officer.
- University of Michigan Ross School of Business, MBA, Investment Finance
- Assistant Professor, University of Michigan.
- 19 years investment industry experience with traditional and alternative firms: Equity Analyst, Portfolio Manager, National Sales Manager, SVP, CIO.
worked in the telecommunications field 30+yrs
somewhat limited background in portfolio management
recently found and joined this site (11-13-2012)
very avid researcher when dealing in investments
sometimes confused about market conditions and this hampers my decision making process (to much research or not enough????) still trying to figure this out