small cap stocks 2013
From the Editor: We've been showing you Sid's research because his Small-Cap Rocket strategy gives you a brand-new way to make money. You've seen the charts. But now let's look at another one of the "sparks" Sid likes to see before he recommends a stock. This one is powerful, and typically way off Wall Street's radar...
We all know that - in the end - earnings drive share prices. And most people understand the impact that beating earnings estimates can have on a company's stock. Just look at the way the financial media will dissect the information and report the highlights - sometimes to the point of redundancy. But there's another earnings event - one far off the media's radar - that is much more powerful. That's why I want to show you how to find them today.
These "sparks," as you'll see, actually allow you to get in ahead of the Big Boys.And that's when the magic begins...
The Opportunity in "Stealth Small Cap Stocks" is Staggering
Most folks believe that the only way to pull down the really big profits in tech is to find an undiscovered small-cap stock and ride the high-risk pick for all its worth.
But I'm going to let you in on a secret of mine: Big-cap stocks - if you catch them at just the right point - can deliver even bigger returns than their small-cap counterparts ... and often with less risk.
I sometimes jokingly refer to these lucrative tech plays as "stealth small caps."
They are one of my favorite profit opportunities to uncover. And when you can tie one of these stocks to a big trend or some other similarly powerful catalyst, the profit opportunity can be staggering.
In fact, I'm going to tell you about one such profit play today ...
Last week, I told you that cloud computing will generate the kind of windfall profit opportunities that investors can usually only dream about. This push to store everything from your company's software and corporate records to your family photos out on the Web instead of on your desktop hard drive is creating a business opportunity that researchers say will explode by nearly 500% in a decade.
The fact is that cloud computing is one of those technology advances that is reshaping the business landscape. That means there will be a plethora of fast-growing, small-cap profit plays in areas like hosted data centers, computer memory systems, network security and data storage.
But a paradigm-shifting invention like cloud computing that's powerful enough to give birth to lots of new little companies like that also has the power to give new life to some longstanding high-tech stalwarts - energizing their profit growth and causing their stock prices to rocket.
It's like they've been given a dose of "digital Viagra."