The panel was moderated by Seth Forman from Socialsuite. Also participating in the panel was Becky Popoff of B. Riley Securities, Rudy Singh of Electro Filings, and Joseph Oltmans from OTC Markets Group.
Tag Archive for Micro-cap
The term microcap stock (also micro-cap) refers to the stock of public companies in the United States which have a market capitalization of roughly $50 million to $300 million. Micro-Cap companies are subject to a variety of issues that much larger companies do not normally face. Coral Capital Partners takes a look at a variety of issues facing microcap companies, as well as providing our thoughts and insights into how to properly evaluate micro-cap companies.
SEC Action Regarding False and Misleading Press Releases
The SEC recently initiated litigation against the controlling shareholder of two (2) public companies for causing those companies to issue false and misleading press releases. In its complaint against this individual, the SEC claims that over a several month period of time, he caused the companies to issue press releases and other public disclosures containing false and misleading information. The SEC charges that during this period of time there was a suspicious increase in the trading volume and share prices of the companies in question.
Micro-Cap Review Article – Performing Due Diligence on a Micro-Cap Oil & Gas Company
This is a reprint of the article “Performing Due Diligence on a Micro-Cap Oil & Gas Company” written by Erik Nelson, President of Coral Capital Partners, Inc. that was published in the Fall, 2011 edition of Micro-Cap Review Magazine. It takes a look at some of the essential items to consider when evaluating a micro-cap oil and gas company as a potential investment. It is an excellent primer on understanding the various terms and their definitions when looking at a potential oil and gas investment. This is the 2nd article authored by Erik Nelson to be published in Micro-Cap Review Magazine, and the 1st through Coral Capital Partners.