Seeking Ideas at the "Woodstock" of Small Caps, Part II
In our unending search to bring subscribers the best investment ideas, I spent a day last week at what I call the Woodstock of Small Cap conferences, small-cap investor extraordinaire Chris Lahiji's LDMicro "Main Event" Conference. Following on Friday's post, here are a few more of the ideas from the conference that tickled my fancy, and are worth further research on your part.
● RealD (RLD) -- If you have been to a 3-D movie lately, you know RealD supplies the technology to make it "pop." With studios and theaters looking for every angle to get viewers out of the living room and into the theater, the 3D trend is likely to keep growing. RealD is riding this wave: Revenue advanced from $39 million in 2009 to $250 million this year, with strong performance in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization as well. RealD is not cheap -- it sells at 10x EBITDA -- but sometimes visible growth is worth it. ...365 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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