The Goldman Guide

Launched in May 2010, The Goldman Guide is a free weekly publication of Goldman Small Cap Research and is written by Founder Rob Goldman with contributions from the GSCR contributor team. This non-sponsored investment newsletter seeks to provide investors with market, economic, political and equity-specific insights via an action-oriented, straight to the point approach. No companies mentioned in this newsletter are current sponsored research clients of the Company or its parent, With rare exceptions, all companies or investment ideas mentioned in this publication are publicly traded stocks listed either on the NYSE or the NASDAQ.



The Goldman Guide: Important Dates
Written by Rob Goldman   
In the past several days, we have mourned the loss of two giants, both residing in the greater San Francisco region.
One universally adored, beloved. The other, well, mocked and disliked. Both men were visionaries in their own right, and were steadfast in doing what they felt was right.
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The Goldman Guide: Top 4 Predictions for Q4
Written by Rob Goldman   
We have to get through the usually rotten month of October, followed by endless predictions about the upcoming holiday season and what is likely to be a series of downward revisions of revenue and earnings for 2H11 and 2012.
With that in mind, I thought I would introduce 10 predictions for the fourth quarter of 2011.
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The Goldman Guide: A Groupon Story and New Nuvilex Report
Written by Rob Goldman   
In last week’s edition, we referenced how deceptive numbers can be. Little did we know how relevant the topic of questionable accounting would be just a few days later. Late last week, Groupon, the someday-to-be-public “deal-of-the-day” website that offers discounted gift certificates for featured products and services, was forced to restate its revenue (meaning reduce) by over 50% when the SEC commented that its method of booking revenue was, well, flawed. On second thought, a restatement/reduction by more than 50% is more than flawed.
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The Goldman Guide: Watch List and Bottom Fishing
Written by Rob Goldman   
I saw some statistics in The Wall Street Journal that if taken at face value, are inflammatory. However, if one lifts up the hood of this car, and just use our minds, we see that they make sense and it should illicit a ho-hum reaction.
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The Goldman Guide: In Case you Missed It
Written by Rob Goldman   
In this special 9/11 anniversary issue, we give you data galore on trading history with cool charts, our rock solid market expectations and guidance, and important news that may have slipped by you.
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The Goldman Guide: Our Picks Beat the Market This Summer
Written by Rob Goldman   
I apologize in advance for the short edition of The Goldman Guide. Then again, some of you are probably praising the decision. As I write this, the winds are howling outside as the outer band of what is left of Hurricane Irene starts to hit the Baltimore area. I already have a small leak, but I am thankful we are pretty far inland so the weather should not be as bad as on the Eastern Shore.
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Rollercoaster Continues
Written by Rob Goldman   

I am one of 33% of people that suffer from motion sickness. I am also probably one of 100% of investors that felt the market’s roller coaster last week. How remarkable was it? At the low point of the week, the Dow was down 8% from the August 5th close. Yet, it declined by only 1.6% for the week! That is a drop of less than 200 points.

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The Goldman Guide: The Fear Factor
Written by Rob Goldman   

Recession at home. No real change in the employment picture. The debt contagion spreading across the European continent from one country to another. The downgrade of the U.S. credit rating.

It’s enough to make the cowardly lion jump off a cliff.  Make no mistake. There is a lot of chaos, confusion, uncertainty and fear.  It is times like this that we look to point fingers. I blame the politicians. All of them. There is an old saying:

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The Goldman Guide: Beat the Heat and Beat the Market
Written by Rob Goldman   

Beat the Heat….

In contemporary times and terms, hot is good. Cold is bad. Think about it. That is “hot”, or she is “hot”, are both good. “Cold turkey” isn’t bad, but difficult. Then there is “threw cold water on the situation.” “Runs hot and cold.”

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The Goldman Guide: Why Don't You Own This Stock?
Written by Rob Goldman   

Hello! Below is the latest edition of The Goldman Guide. This week, on the heels of the release of the last of the Harry Potter movies (which was very good), I ask (and answer) the question:

How Do We Fight Today's Economic Voldemort?

I also want to know, Why Don't You Own This Stock? It is such a no-brainer. Read on, and enjoy.

 
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