Insignia Says 'Buy Me'

By default, my stock research has me looking at smaller and smaller companies these days. That approach is directly correlated to market performance. This multiyear bull market has more stocks trading at lofty levels as investors rush to pile into the most popular and most desirable names. But since a lot the "smart" money spends little to no time looking at sub-$100 million market-cap stocks, you can stumble across some interesting names solely due to their size.

One of these names is Insignia Systems (ISIG), which makes signs and labels for consumer products and retailers. When you see a "20% Off" sign on the clothing aisle or on a product label, Insignia may be the company that made it. The company has a $37 million market cap, and it recently experienced capital and administrative changes that indicate a bright future for this little gem....312 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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