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Reading The Tea Leaves To Get Ahead Of The Fed [GeoWire Weekly No. 54]

October 16th, 2022|

Knowing that some of the inflation indicators that investors fixate on are lagging indicators, we want to beat the market to the punch. Accordingly, we have to be prepared by continuing to look for Tier One Quality microcap companies or maybe even ugly companies that might turn into quality selections, and in particular dissect Q3 press releases, earnings conference call transcripts and SEC filings that might unveil clues of softening inflation that could lead to the Federal easing interest rate hike goals. Who knows, moves by the Fed might happen sooner than later, surprising the market. We’ll be monitoring supply chain commentary as well as commodity price action, mainly in the food area and other hot pockets in the inflation number cited above.

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GeoWire Monthly, Vol. 2, Issue No. 9, October 2022

October 11th, 2022|

This month, we are continuing our video clip and discussion series that gives you a glimpse into the personalities that have paved the way for many investors in how they approach different strategies to find the best stocks in the market. This month we are continuing our video series, highlighting 3 full length videos that we believe are too good to be clipped. One video we picked for October is salient because we’re at a moment in history when keeping your emotions in check is as important as ever. We’re also putting a spotlight on replays of live management interviews we hosted for two companies - one for Richardson Electronics, Ltd. (NASDAQ:RELL), an electronic component/engineering design company hitting on all cylinders, and the other on a high risk turnaround restaurant play, Muscle Maker, Inc (NASDAQ:GRIL).

Does Recent LGL Spinoff MPTI Offer a Decent Value Proposition?; Grilling GRIL’s CEO [GeoWire Weekly No. 53]

October 9th, 2022|

Another highlight of this past week was our comprehensive Fireside discussion with an executive at Muscle Maker, Inc. (NASDAQ:GRIL), a company that delivers high-quality healthy food options to consumers through traditional and non-traditional locations. Joining us was the company’s CEO and Secretary, Michael Roper, who has been in the food franchising business for 22 years. He “started off in restaurants in the year 2000 as a Quiznos franchisee out of the Chicago area.” Michael referenced his story as having been a “mailroom to the boardroom” saga that at the time culminated with him being the Chief Operating Officer of Quiznos worldwide.

Parsing Out Maj’s SGRP Pitch From the MicroCap Leadership Summit 2022 [GeoWire Weekly No. 52]

October 2nd, 2022|

On September 15, 2022, our Co-founder presented at the MicroCap Leadership Summit, an annual event hosted by MicroCapClub, a platform for experienced microcap investors to share and discuss ideas on stocks trading at valuations of less than $500 million. He was asked to pitch a company to the Summit’s audience, so he came through with the reasons why Spar Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:SGRP) deserved to be a company worthy of a close look. The company provides merchandising and brand marketing services worldwide He prefaced his pitch on SGRP with a little about Geo and himself, and what you may know by now to be GeoInvesting’s focus on the qualities we believe that Tier 1 Quality microcap companies should have:

As Oil Field Chemical Company Enters Radar, Let’s Make Sure We Are On The Same Page On InfoArb [GeoWire Weekly No. 51]

September 25th, 2022|

We may have found an information disconnect with another company. While we pulled the trigger right away with ESCC, it’s not always a given that we will do so with all information arbitrage plays, nor is it a given that we are entirely comfortable with going too gangbusters on our commentary, especially if it’s a company that operates in a field we are not too well versed in. This is the case with oil field chemical company,, when on August 15, 2022, the company filed a Management Discussion & Analysis document in conjunction with its Q2 financial results. It should be noted that we missed the filing when it came out but are using this as an example of how detrimental it can be to miss valuable information. In other words, while it would have been nice to have tracked it from ground zero, we’re not sure we would have bought the stock.

A 140 Year Old Company Openly States Company Principles, Worthy of Tracking [GeoWire Weekly No. 50]

September 18th, 2022|

We are following a stock that has something in common with an historic stock market milestone - the year 1929. The span of time between 1929 to 1939 marked a 10-year era known as The Great Depression, a protracted event that many argue had a multitude of causes, both domestically in the United States and worldwide. The US saw a major decline in the stock market, falling consumer prices (deflation) in the midst of a major shift in product manufacturing techniques, joblessness, and an eventual slowdown in global trade that brought commerce to a fraction of what it once was just years before. Ironically, we are now following a manufacturing company that was incorporated the very year marked by the beginning of the Depression. (although it was technically founded in 1880). If you think about that for a second or two, it’s not often you can find a company that has been around for 140+ years. As you may know by now, our first criteria in our tier one quality microcap checklist is “long operating history.”