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Investing in penny-stocks, or “micro-cap” stocks is a high-risk, high-reward proposition. The majority of companies that fall into this category are fundamentally unstable and their stocks will almost certainly be highly volatile. These companies are often under-funded and lack the financial infrastructure to execute their business plans successfully. If they report, their auditor opinions typically reflect that they are a “going concern”. For those of you that seek out these high-risk investments, you are undoubtedly not averse to the volatile swings in stock prices and sometimes illiquid markets that penny-stocks
offer. And you are also not looking for 10% growth in your penny-stock portfolio either. Rather, you are probably looking for return that is commensurate with the risk that you bear in these investments.

After all, many penny stocks actually turn the corner and evolve into compelling business successes, and in turn reward shareholders handsomely. Pace Linksys, which we remember watching as a penny stock that traded on the Pink Sheets, was subsequently purchased by Cisco Systems! The opportunities are certainly out there and our goal is to find them.

We can’t guarantee these kinds of results, and we don’t. We do, however, aim to identify interesting and compelling situations in the market with early stage businesses that we think are worth consideration with that percentage of your investment portfolio that is designated as high-risk and speculative. We aim to present thoughtful and fair commentary about the companies that we follow and we strive to present, for your consideration, companies that have a real opportunity to grow into successful long term businesses.

Ultimately, stock performance should be a direct result of the company’s business and financial performance. So our methodology is to provide insight into the business and financial progress of the companies that we follow – the good, the bad and the ugly. Our hope is that we will have more good to report than not.

In full disclosure, some of the companies that we follow have paid us to do so. More information pertaining to particular companies can be found in our disclosures which can be reached from our homepage. While we are paid to cover certain business, there are many companies that we will discuss solely based on the fact that they seem to us to be timely and worth mentioning. We do not make any guarantees to client companies as to the nature of our commentary, and our commentary is based solely on performance – good or bad.

We believe that this is a fair approach and again, we hope to bring timely and rewarding information to your desktop that you might not have had have had easy or immediate access to before. We urge you to do your own diligence on companies that we mention and follow, and the SEC website http://www.sec.gov is the best place to start.

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Seacoast Advisors, Inc. is a publisher. We are not registered as a securities broker-dealer or an investment adviser either with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or with any state securities regulatory authority. The material provided on the website is for general informational purposes only. No information on the website is intended as securities brokerage, investment, tax, accounting or legal advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to sell or buy...

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