MicroCaps: Finding Companies Off the Map

by Jimmy Mengel
Outsider Club

I’m writing to you from the bar in Hotel Monaco in historic downtown Philadelphia — a stone’s throw from Independence Hall — home of the Liberty Bell — and Independence Square, where the Declaration of Independence was first read aloud.

I’m enjoying a beer in honor of our founding fathers…

That is to say I’m taking a quick break from the MicroCap Conference. As you probably know, or could ascertain from the name, Microcaps are companies that have market caps from around $50 million to $300 million. That may sound large to some investors, but considering that most blue chips average billions, these guys are small fish in a big pond.

The conference is for investors who want to take a stake in companies that could deliver the biggest profits they could ever imagine….

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