Using the SCI Web Site
The SmallCap Informer is available in two formats: a printed edition, which is mailed to subscribers each month, and an online edition, which may be viewed on or printed from the SmallCap Informer website. The content of the newsletter is identical in each case, but there are many supplementary features that are only available on the website for subscribers, including:
Setting Up Your User Name and Password
The SmallCap Informer
website can be found at www.smallcapinformer.com
You must be a current subscriber in order to access the Web site, which includes both the current issue as well as archives of past issues.
If you have subscribed to SmallCap Informer
and are logging on to the website for the very first time, you must first set up your username and password. You must use the e-mail address that was used during your most recent subscription or renewal. Click the link that allows you to “set up your new username and password” and follow the prompts.
Make sure to note your user name and password; you will need these to access the Web site as future issues are published.
Navigating the Web Site
Once you have successfully logged in to the SmallCap Informer
website, you can read the current issue; browse the archives of past issues, interim updates, and alerts; or manage your account.
link allows you to change your SmallCap Informer
password. When you have finished using the website, be sure to click Logout
The upper-right corner of the screen displays the expiration date of your subscription, along with a link to renew. Both online and print subscribers will receive e-mail and mailed renewal notice prior to their expiration date, or this information can be reviewed online.
Reviewing an Issue
To read an issue, click the publication date.
The default view when opening a new issue online is the "In This Issue" summary. The right side of the page provides an option to navigate the contents of an issue, including links to print, download, or view the Complete Issue
in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). A PDF file replicates the look and feel of the actual printed issue, including all fonts, colors, and graphics. Click on the Complete Issue
link to display or print the entire SmallCap Informer