Are there really, as Forbes magazine
recently phrased it, still "big profits in small caps"
to be made in today's market?
The answer - according to Jim Oberweis, the
only stock analyst whose small cap portfolio has returned an
Earth shattering 48,899% gain (not a misprint) -- is a
Now YOU can rake in hefty small-cap returns
... with Jim's help ... month after month, year after year. Just
click here now for a FREE copy of his latest investment
Since 1976, when Mr. Oberweis launched his
monthly small-cap advisory, The
Oberweis Report, his Model Portfolio has generated a
mind-blowing total return of 48,899%.
means Jim outperformed the S&P 500, which earned a 962%
total return during the same period, by better than 50 to 1.
Had you invested just $5,000 in the
Oberweis Model Portfolio back in 1976, your portfolio would now
be worth a whopping $2.4 million.
With a modest $5,000 investment, you'd have
accumulated enough wealth in less than three decades to retire
in comfort and style ... end money worries ... fund your child's
or grandchild's college education ... and leave a financial
legacy to your heirs.
Surely that's every investor's dream ...
one that Jim Oberweis can help you make come true for you.
When you think about it, only small caps
have the potential to generate the big, quick gains that can
help you build legacy-size wealth in a hurry ... especially if
setbacks from the crash of 2000 have delayed achievement of your
For instance, it's relatively easy for a
company with $20 million earnings to reach the $30 million mark
- and grow earnings 50% in a year.
When investors finally take notice of that
kind of growth, they start buying ... which in turn drives up
the share price.
But what most brokers conveniently forget
to tell you is this: if a $1 billion company increases earnings
by $10 million, that's only growth of 1% ... even $100 million
in added revenues is only 10% growth ... and it's unlikely to
boost the share price even a dime.
That's why Jim Oberweis only buys small
caps with 30% or higher growth in annual sales, pretax
income, and earnings per share.
now, you can get Jim's latest small cap trades when you click
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836% gain on a single trade!
No one explains Jim Oberweis's success in
picking winning small cap stocks better than Jim himself:
"We buy profitable companies in the
early stages of earnings acceleration to capture gains in
earnings per share ... and an expansion of price/earnings
multiples ... as investors catch on to a company's growth and
become willing to pay more for it."
Lately, Jim has posted some impressive
small cap gains. Including:
* eResearch, up 836.58%.
* Abaxis, up 109.10%.
* FARO, up 496.97%.
* ValueClick, up 275.79%.
* Merge eFilm, up 102.05%.
* Gen-Probe, up 303.48%.
* Kensey Nash, up 83.39%.
* Centene, up 117.14%.
* Lexar Media, up 128.33%.
* Netease.com, up 360.60%.
Readers of The
Oberweis Report have been amply rewarded by
following Jim's approach of buying growth at a discount -
enjoying an annual compounded portfolio gain of 25%.
Heck, a $10,000 investment in eResearch
Technology alone would turned into over $90,000 in just 2
The secret to beating the S&P 500
If you want to beat the S&P 500, you
obviously can't do it by investing in S&P 500 companies.
As a recent article in Forbes observes,
"As an investment style, small-cap growth traditionally
leads the market as the economy and stock market recover from
The numbers certainly bear that out....
31, 1999 to March 31, 2004, $100,000 invested in the S&P Small
Cap Stock Index grew to nearly $150,000 - a gain of almost
50% within 4 years.
During that same period, $100,000 invested
in the S&P 500 Index lost $19,000 - dropping to just $81,000
That means small caps outperformed the
market by almost 70% over the last 4 years!
The bottom line: Had you invested in small
caps only, you could have become nearly $70,000 richer than your
friends and neighbors who, at best, earned average market
returns ... even as they suffered more downside risk.
The 5 small cap stocks you must own NOW
In his new special report, "5 Small Cap Super
Stocks," super-trader Jim Oberweis shares with you the 5
small caps stocks he believes you should be buying today.
One of these companies produces the world's
fastest super-computer, a high-speed machine that makes your
Pentium PC look like an abacus.
To make a lot of money in a short period of
time with small caps, you need to buy companies with rapid
earnings growth. This computer-maker fits the bill.
They just received a $15 million order from
the U.S. Army and another huge order from Ford Motor Company.
Their earnings per share soared 120% last
year -- and they'll report EPS growth of more than 90% this year
Another of Jim's favored small cap winners
is a battery maker whose sales are also getting a boost from
increased military spending; they recently won a $19 million
contract from the U.S. Army.
Since Jim first recommend the stock to Oberweis
Report subscribers 5 months ago, it's already gone
up in price 170%.
But with a P/E of only 15 (compared with a
P/E of 18 for the Dow), the stock is still reasonably priced.
Jim is anticipating earnings growth of over
200% this year - which could translate into a lot more upside
for the stock.
Another small cap Jim is buying right now,
Medifast -- a rapidly growing supplier of health and nutrition
products - benefits from the current national obsession with
weight loss (Americans spend more than $30 billion annually on
diet and weight management products).
The obesity crisis in the U.S. has helped
spur Medifast to revenue growth of 250% -- and eye-popping
income growth of nearly 400%. You can imagine what that's going
to do to Medifast's share price.
It's not too late for you to profit from
these five undervalued small caps. To
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