CAVM among Top Stock Picks of Small Cap Stocks Investment Expert : Small Cap Stocks BWLD and LMNX also Named in SmallCapInvestor.com Roundtable Series, Featuring Insights and Stock Picks from Market Experts

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With the second half of a volatile year in the stock market now underway, small cap stocks news and research website SmallCapInvestor.com yesterday published the first part of a special five part series of interviews with small cap stocks investment experts. The interviewed investment experts paint a largely optimistic near-term picture for small cap stocks.

We are thrilled at the caliber of the stock investment experts we were able to line up for SmallCapInvestor.com's Roundtable's first series. In an uncertain time for the market, many investors are looking for advice they can act on today. These experts provide just what investors are looking for

In the first part of the interview series known as the SmallCapInvestor.com Roundtable, the small cap stocks experts weighed in with their stock recommendations on the first six months of the year, their outlook for the second half of the year, and their opinion on whether today's market is a stock picker's market or not.

Investment expert and panelist Mary Lisanti, president and chief investing officer of AH Lisanti Capital Growth, named Cavium Networks (CAVM), Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD), and Luminex Corp. (LMNX) as her three favorite small cap stocks picks for the rest of the year for individual investors. The interview with Mary Lisanti can be read in its entirety at SmallCapInvestor.com.

Besides Lisanti, the inaugural line-up of SmallCapInvestor.com Roundtable panelists include Jim Oberweis, president and lead portfolio manager of Oberweis Asset Management, Bryant Riley, founder and managing member of Riley Investment Management and founder and chairman of brokerage firm B. Riley & Co., Tom O'Halloran, director of Small Cap Growth Investments at Lord Abbett, Brad Evans, portfolio manager of the Heartland Value Plus Fund and the Heartland Value Fund for Heartland Advisors, and Ian Wyatt, Chief Investment Strategist at SmallCapInvestor.com.

The SmallCapInvestor.com Roundtable series continues today with the investment experts' take on how investors should position their portfolios right now, discussion on whether small cap stocks can thrive in today's market, and observations on institutional movement into small cap stocks. Interested investors can read more from Mary Lisanti, Jim Oberweis, Bryant Riley, Tom O'Halloran, Brad Evans, and Ian Wyatt by visiting SmallCapInvestor.com.

"We are thrilled at the caliber of the stock investment experts we were able to line up for SmallCapInvestor.com's Roundtable's first series. In an uncertain time for the market, many investors are looking for advice they can act on today. These experts provide just what investors are looking for," remarked Bob Bogda, Editor-in-Chief of SmallCapInvestor.com.

Added Bogda, "As the Roundtable series continues over the next several days, SmallCapInvestor.com visitors will get the panelists' take on a number of important macroeconomic issues including inflation, the weak dollar, and what impact the upcoming presidential election might have on small cap stocks. Additionally, each expert will provide their three small cap stock recommendations for the rest of 2008."

To read SmallCapInvestor.com's Roundtable series, click here:

http://www.smallcapinvestor.com

About SmallCapInvestor.com

SmallCapInvestor.com is a destination website for individual investors who seek independent information on small cap and micro cap stocks. While major financial news and websites occasionally provide limited reporting on small cap stocks, their focus has always been on companies that are most popular with investors and the media, and not necessarily in the interest of individual investors looking for the market-beating opportunities presented by small cap stocks. SmallCapInvestor.com is the leading website dedicated to individual investors seeking information on small and micro capitalization stocks.

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