With Greece and the Eurozone teetering on the edge, a lot of investors are understandably concerned about the markets and their investments - and I don't blame them a bit.
News of Greece's deepening woes has added to the drumbeat of worrying storylines: slowing economic activity in China, fuzzy economic numbers in the U.S., and worries about a Fed interest rate hike.
But the truth is, the "sparks," or catalysts I research, can take shape under small-cap shares no matter what's happening on the front pages. And the mid-year mark on the calendar - right when the "pundits" are poised to let loose the bears - is the perfect time to apply some of the sparks I'm tracking.
You'll see that my outlook for the second half of 2015 looks very different than what you'd expect from the news.
In fact, what I'm seeing suggests that 2015 may be the most profitable small-cap investing climate we've seen since the late 1990s.Here's why...