Posted on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
In each issue of SmallCap Informer, the editors recommend a few stocks for consideration, as well as stocks to sell. In the September issue, based on detailed research, the SCI editors signaled two promising small-cap stocks and one stock to sell. It’s never fun to give up on a once-promising company, but SCI is diligent in explaining the reasons when it decides to no longer track a stock.
In the September issue of SCI, the editors recommended buying a food company serving a fast-growing, but fractured market. Who carries its products? Wal-Mart, Costco and The Fresh Market, to name a few. SCI’s editors also recommended a stock that might sport an unfamiliar name but whose stores are becoming staples of strip malls.
recommends selling a retailer offering women’s specialty items and accessories. Despite recently opening 13 new outlets, the company has exhibited ongoing difficulties managing inventory and sales in an unpredictable market. After observing back-to-back quarters of negative pre-tax profit growth on trailing-12-month data, SCI
concludes that minus positive pre-tax profit growth, EPS growth will be stalled. “We aren’t willing to wait any longer for a reversal of the company’s business fortunes,” SCI’s
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