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5 questions for Investorfile
Posted by: Gerry Wimmer

What do small cap investors ask of us most often?

1. What is the main purpose of the Investorfile website and blog?

Investorfile is a small cap media and information resource for investors seeking accurate, truthful representation of a small cap company stock's potential worth. Our Top Ideas become stocks picks that are communicated through the Investorfile blog. Small cap companies who become our Top Ideas freely benefit from the exposure to hundreds of retail investors, brokers and small cap portfolio managers who regularly visit the Investorfile website or subscribe as a member to directly receive Investorfile commentary. All our Top Ideas are comprised of small cap growth companies with management teams who are dedicated to maximizing shareholder value through the betterment of financial results.

2. How do you find stock picks for Investorfile's Top Ideas?

There is nothing to find. It is all there in black and white; that is the print colour of the Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A) report filed each quarter by companies listed on Canadian exchanges. Often the MD&A provides a wealth of information on the operating and market trends of a company which can be tracked and compared to help forecast financial performance. Twice a year Investorfile reviews every non-resource small cap company listed on TSX and TSXV stock exchanges to comprise a short-list of about 15-20 stocks that meet our general criteria (See: 5 principles that have guided Investorfile). The MD&A's of the short-list of companies are reviewed in detail to help support our valuation metrics. Senior management is also contacted. To date all our Top Ideas have been generated by this process.

3. Stock price targets for Investorfile's Top Ideas are rated as "Accumulate to." What does that mean?

We believe our Top Ideas are stocks largely overlooked by the investment community and therefore trade on a value basis. Our stocks' price targets specify an opportunity for small cap investors to accumulate shares at valuation levels before the broader investment market recognizes the stocks potential. Over the longer term this approach provides the greatest upside and some downside risk to overpaying.

4. Why do you not revise your stock price targets for your Top Ideas once they are surpassed? Are they a sell at that point?

All our Top Ideas are headlined as small cap "value" stocks, but they are still growth companies. We believe our stock price targets represent an opportunity for investors to take advantage of the market's inefficiency from mispricing certain growth stocks. Generally when our price targets are exceeded the broader investment community including analysts and institutional investors has begun following the stock. When our price targets are exceeded Investorfile continues to provide updated blog posts on all our Top Ideas. To date, many of our Top Ideas stock price targets have been far surpassed by over 100%.

5. How does Gerry Wimmer, blog writer for Investorfile's Top Ideas, benefit from providing his opinion on specific small cap stocks?

As disclosed on each Top Ideas blog post, Gerry Wimmer is a shareholder of stocks mentioned. Those shares were purchased on the open market. No remuneration in cash, stock or options whatsoever is paid to Investorfile or Gerry Wimmer from any small cap company featured on Investorfile's website unless disclosed otherwise. Gerry Wimmer like any other shareholder can benefit from potential capital gains. To date, Gerry Wimmer continues to hold share positions in all of Investorfile's Top Ideas.

Read Disclaimer:

This article is for informational purposes only. This article is based on the author's independent analysis and judgment and does not guarantee the information's accuracy or completeness. The information contained in this article is subject to change without notice, and the author assumes no responsibility to update the information contained in this article. The information contained within this article should not be construed as offering of investment advice. Those seeking direct investment advice, should consult a qualified, registered, investment professional. This is not a direct or implied solicitation to buy or sell securities. Readers are advised to conduct their own due diligence prior to considering buying or selling any stock



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Hi Gerry, Your philosophy is focused on principles that have been shown to produce above average results over time and your record has clearly proven that. Congratulations on a great blog and thank you for the hard work that you do in sharing and updating your ideas; it is much appreciated.