Devon Shire
Long only, newsletter provider, oil & gas, small-cap

Aroway Energy: Minimal Debt, Trading At 2 Times Cash Flow, Significant Growth Potential

If the circle of companies that you focus on is exclusively mid to large caps, chances are that you aren't going to find many extreme bargains except in times of full on market panic.

If a large company appears extraordinarily cheap it is almost always because there is a very valid concern about the company itself or the industry it operates in.

If you want to find stocks that are seriously mispriced but don't have major problems you need to be looking at smaller companies.

Investing in smaller companies brings with it some less desirable things to be sure. The stocks are less liquid and harder to trade in and out of and the share prices are guaranteed to be...

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