For a long time, Warren Buffett specialised in dumpster diving. He would buy small- and microcap stocks that traded at heavy discounts. Then, as a catalyst caused the share price to spike, he sold out for huge gains in a relatively short time. Now it seems droves of fund managers are trying to do the same thing. Let me explain how this will create opportunities for individual investors like you…
On the back of a positive announcement this morning, small-cap biotech firm Imugene [ASX:IMU] has jumped over 30%. At time of writing the stock is lying around at a 35.30% premium from yesterday.
TripAdvisor Inc.’s [NASDAQ:TRIP] price has increased drastically since Tuesday. The stock shot up by more than 14% yesterday. It has only continued today.
Sirtex Medical [ASX:SRX] shares are up a 45.94% today. Shares were trading at $27.48 at time of writing, after a trading halt yesterday. What's caused the increase?
Some investors have already doubled their returns in 2018. No, I’m not talking about crypto investors. Shareholders in small-cap, Panorama Synergy [ASX:PSY] have seen their holdings jump 100% in 2018 already.
In my mind, hedge funds, on average, find it difficult to beat the market simply because they’re like most people. They give in to irrational behaviour, chase returns and aren’t able to sit still in a group of undervalued investments. So why not remove the human element from the equation?
Small-caps have the potential for huge growth. The kind of growth that most large companies can only dream about. Triple-figure percentage gains. Sometimes more. So how are small-caps so potentially profitable?
Retail Food Group owns various franchises, such as: Crust Pizza, Donut King, Brumby’s Bakery and many others. Yet despite what would seem like a recession proof stock, RFG was one of the worst performers in 2017. And their start in 2018 hasn’t been much better.
Dotz Nano Ltd [ASX:DTZ] shares are up 24% in early trade today. The upswing comes after the company announced it had agreed to a distribution deal in China.
While I was bullish at the start of 2017, I’m not as bullish now based on fundamental factors. But I want to stress that I’m not expecting a market collapse. I think you’ll see stocks fluctuate a lot more in 2018 than they did in 2017.