TheSmallCapInvestor.com has released newly posted research including equity reports on the following companies: Pressure Bio Sciences (Nasdaq: PBIO), NeoGenomics (OTCBB: NGNM), CTI Industries (Nasdaq: CTIB), Baldwin Technology (AMEX: BLD), Great Plains Exploration (TSX: GPX) and IceWeb (OTCBB: IWEB).
Research firms contributing to the latest reports include Taglich Brothers, QIS Capital and Murphy Analytics.
Additionally, TheSmallCapInvestor.com announced that 3 new TSCI Street Pulses have been posted to its website this week. Investors can read the full articles at: TheSmallCapInvestor.com. The following are excerpts:
August 31, 2009 – TSCI Street Pulse
Inter-market Relationships and The Top Down Approach to Investing
By Gary Phillips, GAP Capital
“…If the latest financial crisis has demonstrated anything, it's the fact that global markets and economies are inextricably intertwined, or as Thomas L. Friedman wrote, "The World is Flat."
Never before has it become more valuable and necessary to understand the global relationships between equities, bonds, currencies, and commodities. The ability to define economic and fundamental relationships as they unfold in the market, can give you valuable insight into current and future trends. These complex relationships and how they impact each other, can often be the key to predicting future trends for particular sectors, and hence, individual stocks.”
September 1, 2009 – TSCI Street Pulse
Assertive Regulators Eye Liquidity Measures
By Skylar Kieschnick, FinSer Corporation
“…Due to the increase in oversight that spawned from the financial crisis, bank funds management has experienced a regulatory wake-up call not seen for decades. Today's management must be increasingly nimble and liquid with contingency plans in place to weather unforeseen changes in markets and to avoid considerable impacts to daily operations. Financial landscapes and regulatory compliance are essentially changing daily for financial institutions and requiring more frequent review of banking practices. A major focus of regulators for financial institution management is the frequent assessment and implementation of up-to-date liquidity risk policies.”
September 2, 2009 - TSCI Street Pulse
The Sun Will Come Out … Tomorrow
By Trey Meehan, Meehan Capital
“…History tells us that smaller companies tend to be a leading indicator of economic recovery. In fact, small caps generally start to experience recovery prior to a recession or depression actually ending. In 1932, a year before the end of the Great Depression, small caps outperformed the larger market. During the period spanning 1932 to 1943, which included the 1937 Recession, small caps were the top producing sector 11 of the 13 years. Following the 1973 – 1975 recession, small caps again assumed the leadership position for an amazing 10 straight years. These are just two examples following two of the most severe recessions in the past century (not including the current economic situation), but the trend generally holds true when looking at other time frames as well.
I believe that we are currently in a cyclical recession that really started in 2000 and one which has had numerous peaks and valleys. If we are in fact approaching the end of this recession or at least this part of the cycle, and I use the work “if” very lightly, it is likely that small caps will be a leading indicator once again.”
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