We are looking forward to the new corporate action system, as we view this as a significant improvement over the current corporate action process
Many sharp investors have learned the benefits of reading through a company’s annual and quarterly reports, as well as other public filings. It is not uncommon to come across a company with what seams to be very promising products or technology that is trading at a deep discount to what its perceived valuation should be. For sharp investors, selecting the right company to invest in can be very rewarding. However it is very important to know what type of company you are looking at. Is this a growth company, where new products and services could lead to a significant increase in sales and profitability? Or is it a turnaround/restructuring situation? It is important to know the difference between the two types as they require a different form of analysis. In this article we will take a look at evaluating a micro-cap company as a turnaround or restructuring situation as a potential investment. Our focus is going to be on those micro-cap companies that are generating revenue.
Coral Capital Partners discusses the importance of a proper financial model, the financial statements that need to be included and the expectations of potential investors. Far too often a financial model and business plan are two (2) items that easily overlooked or dismissed by business owners or management. Coral Capital Partners believes that a financial model and a business plan are two (2) critical items that every business needs.