"Agriculture" Category

Pot-Related Stocks Looking for New Highs

Posted On August 28, 2014 | by AllenCaron

This post should probably wait until April 20, the famous “4/20” heralded by pot smokers worldwide. But who knows how vast the proliferation of publicly-traded, marijuana-related companies will be by then. With the legalization of marijuana now […]

These Small Cap Stocks Are Smokin’ – Literally

Posted On February 18, 2014 | by AllenCaron

150 years ago, there was a Westward rush as people began looking for gold in California. As Mark Twain famously said, “When everyone is looking for gold, it’s a good time to be in the pick and […]

David Fondrie is a Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager for the Select Value Fund at Heartland Advisors in Milwaukee (www.heartlandfunds.com).   He joined Heartland in 1994 and subsequently served as Heartland’s Director of Equity Research for ten […]

If you missed our recent interviews with leading investors/portfolio managers Warren Isabelle, Mary Lisanti and Nick Galluccio, it’s worth the time to go back and read them. All three are highly-acclaimed, veteran small cap stock investors, and each offers valuable […]

Warren Isabelle: 2013 Will Be A Stock Picker’s Market

Posted On January 13, 2013 | by AllenCaron

Warren Isabelle is a Managing  Member of Ironwood Investment Management LLC, located in Boston.  Ironwood is a prominent small-cap investor, defining small-cap as below $2.5 billion in market cap.  Prior to forming Ironwood in 1997, Warren was […]

Could 2012 Be the Year for AG Stocks?

Posted On May 4, 2012 | by AllenCaron

You can profit from Mother Earth, according to some followers of agricultural or “AG” stocks. While historically a slow growth industry, many believe 2012 could provide a bountiful harvest for these agricultural stocks for a variety of […]

I recently had a routine physical exam; it was done in a clinic and I had to fill out a standard information sheet.  One of the questions related to medicines I take regularly.  Well, strictly speaking the […]


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