Chris Mayer on 100-Baggers

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In 1972, Thomas Phelps wrote 100 to 1 In the Stock Market where he studied the 365 companies that made 100-Bagger returns from 1932 to 1971. In 2014, Chris Mayer wrote 100-Baggers. Mayer picked up where Phelps left off, studying the 365 (not a typo) companies that made 100-Bagger returns from 1962 through 2014. Both of these books are exceptional. We were honored to have Chris Mayer speak at our MicroCap Leadership Summit where he shared some of his findings.

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Ian Cassel


Ian has been investing in microcaps for 15 years and has been a full time microcap investor since 2008. Ian looks to invest in great management teams running great businesses with a moat. He tries to invest in the best 5-6-7 companies he can find at all times. Ian founded MicroCapClub in 2011 to be a place for “real” and experienced investors in the microcap space to share ideas and learn from one another. When Ian isn’t researching stocks or administering MicroCapClub, you can find him reading, golfing, or shopping at Costco with his wife.

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  1. 100 baggers is a great book, and I enjoyed hearing from the author Chris Mayer at the Micro Cap Leadership Conference… Thanks for posting, I will no doubt watch several times going forward…

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