...And the economy is tame, as well, not hitting a homerun and not running full on all cylinders, but growing anyway, albeit slowly...This is the kind of environment in which small cap companies do better
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) August 14, 2007
In his first-ever interview with SmallCapInvestor.com, Marcial gives his outlook for the small cap oriented Russell 2000 stock index for the remainder of 2007 and compares this with the major, mid- and large-cap indices.
Marcial also reveals his process and criteria for finding great stocks. Says Marcial, "I believe that a good company with a great story -- about a product, technology, earnings growth, possibly a takeover play, or a restructuring, including spin-offs or asset sales -- could well be a great stock to buy."
In the interview Marcial discusses his investment process, the sectors he finds appealing to small cap investors, and his outlook for small cap stocks. Bogda's interview with Marcial is available today in the "Investing Strategies" section of SmallCapInvestor.com:
http://www.smallcapinvestor.com/articles/investing_strategies/ guest_insights/08/14/2007/an_interview_with_gene_marcial (Due to its length, this URL may need to be copied/pasted into your Internet browser's address field. Remove the extra space if one exists.)
Marcial told SmallCapInvestor.com he is optimistic about small cap stocks. "...And the economy is tame, as well, not hitting a homerun and not running full on all cylinders, but growing anyway, albeit slowly...This is the kind of environment in which small cap companies do better," said Marcial. "When the sub-prime mortgage debacle settles down -- and I think it will -- the small caps will start flying high again."
To view this timely interview and more news, analysis, and research on small cap stocks, please visit http://www.smallcapinvestor.com/.
Gene G. Marcial is a senior writer with BusinessWeek, a position he's held since 1989. Besides his regular contributions to BusinessWeek and BusinessWeek Online, Marcial is known for exposing "Gordon Gecko style" Wall Street shenanigans in his acclaimed 238-page book, Secrets of the Street: The Dark Side of Making Money, published in 1996. Prior to his arrival at BusinessWeek, Marcial was a columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
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