MicroCapClub Radio Program Episode 13

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MicroCapClub contributor Sean Marconi joins me on this program. Sean talks about his trip to China to visit the operations of Remedent (REMI), the silk market, the Great Wall, and the smog.  We then discuss how “timing” is very important, and the need to always be aware of what’s happening in stocks you have an interest in.  The SEC announced an advisory committee meeting on microcap issues facing the space and we provide our thoughts on that. Lastly, we then talk about our upcoming company visit with OptimizeRX (OPRX) in Michigan, Sean’s upcoming visit with Noble Romans (NROM), and my travels to NYC in a week for the MDB Brightlights Conference where several microcaps are presenting.  Other Companies Mentioned: ZAGG Inc (ZAGG), Destiny Media Technologies (DSNY), and VolitionRX (VNRX). (Click the Play button below to Listen)

 MicroCapClub Radio Program Episode 13

Disclosures: Ian Cassel is LONG NROM OPRX VNRX. Sean Marconi is LONG OPRX NROM.  

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Ian Cassel

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Ian is a full-time microcap investor. He is the founder of MicroCapClub, CIO of Intelligent Fanatics Capital Management, and co-founder of IntelligentFanatics.com. Ian started investing as a teenager and learned from losing his money over and over again. Microcap companies are the smallest public companies that exist, representing 48% of all public companies in North America. Berkshire Hathaway, Wal-Mart, Amgen, Netflix, and many others started as small microcap companies. Ian’s belief is the key to outsized returns is finding great companies early because all great companies started as small companies.

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