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 United Schmucks of America
Written by Rob Goldman   
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The politicians treats like we are fools, as if this country is the United Schmucks of America. Plus, if Apple's financial results aren't strong the market could be in trouble. At least we have a health care play and a great way to play the real estate market.

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Only Stocks that Go Up in Corrections
Written by Rob Goldman   
In plain English, this week’s edition of The Goldman Guide outlines what are pretty much the only stocks that go up in corrective phases. Plus, inside we highlight our self-destructive market and a familiar stock that is undergoing a name change that will be preceded by a big move higher.
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Big Insider Buying
Written by Rob Goldman   
I dare you to read this week’s abridged edition of The Goldman Guide. I wrote something that may actually get me in trouble. But, I decided to take a chance. You will know it when you see it, believe me. It is not so subtle. We have also uncovered a stock with a great brand name that has had a slew of insider buys of late. And it is cheap. Could be a real sleeper.
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Our Micro Cap Picks Were Up 97%
Written by Rob Goldman   
Q1 was a surprise. Our micro cap picks were up an average of 97%, helped by NVLX and MIMV, which had a quiet, but ridiculous performance. It was helped by a former Google controller joining the team. Our small cap stocks did well, with 3 stocks up 30% in 30 days! Plus, the stocks’ average peak prices were up over 17%.
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A Bidding War?
Written by Rob Goldman   
I had more fun writing this week’s The Goldman Guide than you can imagine. A crazy IPO story brought back memories. More important, there are 2 stocks in the midst of a takeover battle and in one case, a bidding war has ensued. We handicap it and give a back of the envelope valuation analysis. (Hint: We say buy it. Read on to see why the winning bid gets it on the cheap.)
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Buy These 2 Stocks
Written by Rob Goldman   
Theset 2 NASDAQ stocks have defied the odds and have gone from also-rans to momentum plays. Plus, as a financial market, are we a banana republic? Apple dominates the mobile market and the financial markets. See how/why.
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Will the S&P 500 Jump 25%?
Written by Rob Goldman   
This week’s edition has 3 key components: a major pundit’s market forecast, a sign that one industry will have a phenomenal year, and a sex scandal anecdote. What more could you ask for?
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Will Cars Drive the Market?
Written by Rob Goldman   
In today’s edition of The Goldman Guide we ask and answer some questions, including:

Will Cars Drive the Market?
Is the Market Fully Valued?
Why Did Nuvilex Go Up?
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Don’t Fall into the Trap
Written by Rob Goldman   
Numbers can be exciting, inviting, and intimidating. The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 13,000 last week for the first time in four years. Will it close above 13,000 for days or weeks in a row, and is it sustainable? The NASDAQ Composite is approaching the 3,000 mark for the first time in, well, since December 2000---and that was on the way down! Will we reach this mark for the first time in almost 12 years?

Who cares? Don’t fall into this trap as a basis for investing decisions.
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The Next Collapse
Written by Rob Goldman   
We have been preaching of late to be ready to pull the trigger if we start to see a decline in the market, despite its great run. The decline could be as simple as profit-taking, valuation concerns, or economic data. But what if it is caused by a major event or as series of events? Moreover, what could that event be? We think we know and it’s time you are prepared. Plus, two stocks to buy before spring retail buying season is upon us.
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