MicroCapClub Radio: Microcap Underperformance, Hard Mailers, And A Few Picks

May 04, 2012 2:45 PM ETMCZ, INMG, ZAGG
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Full Time Micro Cap Investor. Founder of MicroCapClub.com Founded in 2011, MicroCapClub is an exclusive forum for experienced microcap investors focused on microcap companies (sub $300m market cap). MicroCapClub was created to be a platform for experienced microcap investors to share and discuss stock ideas. MicroCapClub’s mission is to foster the highest quality microcap investor Community, produce Educational content for investors, and promote better Leadership in the microcap arena.

Chris Lahiji, MCC Contributor and President of LD Micro, joins me in this program and we discuss several topics effecting microcaps today including the underperformance of microcaps as a whole relative to the general market. We also talk about a bad side of microcap-pennystocks as it relates to hard mailers and those associated with them. In the second half of the program Chris talks about why he likes Mad Catz Interactive (MCZ) as a technical trade off its historic levels. I talk about food safety and transparency which researchers believe to be one of the hottest emerging global trends and why Integrated Management Information (INMG) will likely benefit as it's one of the only ways to invest in this trend.

Radio Program: microcapclub.com/2012/05/microcapclub-ra.../

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Disclosure: I am long INMG.PK.

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