On this episode of Avoiding the Crowd with Maj Soueidan, there are many myths around MicroCap Stocks that many investors use as excuses to not invest in this asset class - not enough liquidity, usually little to no revenues, poor quality management teams, no dividend; the list goes on. We thought it would be fun to use a case study on a company that demystifies some of these myths - one that has been a very successful investment for Maj. Using his investing experience in PharmChem, Inc. (OTC: PCHM), which he still owns, Maj demonstrates how a non-fully reporting, revenue generating, profitable, dividend paying, illiquid OTC company with a stop sign has worked out for his portfolio. Please enjoy!
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