...I did some research and found that raising the money took only a few days. From start to finish raising $10M in such a short time signified a strength with special meaning that had nothing to do with the investment banker or the biotech company therefore their names remain unimportant. What I discerned was a hunger by investors to place cash, take risk so long as the company was public and the stock had liquidity. I made note of that day in May and now as 2014 roars to a close I look back to that day as the spark that lit up the MicroCap market in 2014.
The year 2014 broke almost every record in the books for market success although metals remain soft and oil prices dropped and their stocks went right along with it. Other than a few bearish blips here and there which now in review were fantastic buy opportunities, in 2014, it is safe to say the bulls have won the day.
In 2015 MicroCap hot sectors will continue to produce hot stocks regardless of a potential Dow sell off in the first quarter. Investors are flush from a very profitable year and I predict a record IPO first quarter as investment bankers open their books and the calendar begins to fill up fast. So long as interest rates stay low and the US continues to percolate, global money will pour into US stocks and MicroCaps are certain to benefit from this massive inflow of foreign cash.
In fact US MicroCaps enjoy such huge benefits by just being public in the US, most are under $5.00 a share, are disruptive, socially acceptable, or first mover advantage significant. For example, sectors such as technology, biotech/pharma, homeland security, retail, and leisure will bank on their 2014 successes to go back into the market to raise new cash in 2015.
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