Stock Theory strives to provide our members with the most up-to-date information about recent market activities. We take the hard work, time, and effort off your shoulders. We are constantly creating and providing up-to-date Equity Reports and newsletters offering unique and timely perspectives for our members. We dive into the research while following a strict set of proven principles to uncover companies with high growth potential.
Our Equity Reports are our specialty at Stock Theory. We provide all of our members with concise summarized research reports that are produced by industry leading analysts. We have several analysts that produce these research reports on the best “blue chip” stocks available. We then hand pick the most useful reports to be featured on our website and send them direct to our members.
Large-Cap investing is considered to be a risk adverse way to invest your money. While this is not always true, the majority of the time if you invest in a company with strong financials, solid management, and strong strategic goals, it is possible to see a steady and strong return. We strive to find the strongest large-cap stocks by producing reports that break down each and every aspect of these companies.
At Stock Theory we provide a service that your broker cannot: informing you of small-cap companies with great potential. Small-Cap stocks are what the name implies… typically a company with a small market capitalization; usually $20 – $100 million. Market capitalization is the price of the company’s stock multiplied by the number of shares outstanding. In other words, market capitalization is the price which the market perceives the company is worth.
There are two reasons why some of the most undervalued companies in the world are not made available to, or by, your broker.
First, federal and state securities laws keep brokers from offering you some of their most valued information. Certain companies (most of which are small-cap) do not register with the SEC and state securities commission due to the expensive costs that would cripple their company. Therefore, brokers are unable to mention these companies even though they may be some of the most undervalued opportunities in the world.
The second reason why these companies are not mentioned by your broker is because it’s not worth your broker’s time. There is no upside for your broker to draw your attention to these small-cap companies. Most brokerage firms supply their brokers with a list of stocks to publicize. It is well known that most brokerage firms make their money off of commissions and underwriting fees and therefore have no reason to recommend small-cap stocks that do not provide enough volume or recognition to deliver their target compensation numbers.
This is where Stock Theory fills the gap between your current coverage and reality. Unlike your broker, we discuss these small-cap companies and make recommendations on which companies we believe have a strategic exponential upside. Keep in mind we offer this service free of charge, so help us make you a better informed investor by signing up for a free membership now by signing up today.