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Small Cap Tablet Component Manufacturers Holding Strong

Posted On October 29, 2013 | by AllenCaron

Image from Gizmodo. Apple’s big announcement on October 22nd revealed the latest iteration of their bestselling tablet, the iPad Air. Coming in at a weight of one pound – and 20 percent thinner – the upgrade seems […]

One takeover begets another. That’s our thinking following the announcement May 22 that Google had officially completed its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola’s phone business, called Motorola Mobility. Whenever there is a big takeover like this, a jolt […]

The announcement this week that Brightcove had filed an S-1 to raise up to $50 million in an IPO was not really a surprise. Rumors about an IPO have been circulating ever since the company, a cloud-based […]

The advent of high definition video has surely been a boon to electronics retailers like Best Buy and CompUSA. But HD is also creating a “transition” in the marketplace for players in the internet TV and video […]

Play It Again, Sam — or Just Download It onto My MP3 Player

Posted On January 4, 2010 | by AllenCaron

Jon Pareles has written a perceptive history of the MP3 player and its impact on the music business on the front page of the Arts & Leisure section of Sunday’s New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/03/arts/music/03tech.html?ref=music.  Although the technology […]

SmallCap Software Companies: Some are Surging Up

Posted On December 23, 2009 | by AllenCaron

The Nasdaq Composite closed yesterday at 2252 the highest it has been since just after Labor Day 2008.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 10,465, within 100 points of its 52-week high.  Whether these have been […]

Small Companies with Great Growth Trajectories

Posted On September 13, 2009 | by AllenCaron

My good friend John Westergaard used to tell me regularly that investors do not want to buy into small companies — instead they want to buy into companies that are going to be big companies, which lets […]


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