Topic Archives: White Cap Report

Here’s the pitch that a bunch of readers sent me this week: “On June 28, 2011, a tiny Sunnyvale, CA based technology company, quietly made an incredible announcement. “In short, they’ve developed a new static random-access memory (“SRAM” for short) chip that drastically boosts online processing speeds. “Simply put, these chips are the fastest on […]

Sometimes a tease comes in as a heavy promo push, sometimes it’s a slightly more subtle pile of hints in a free article that gently suggests that you subscribe to their premium service … today’s item for sleuthification is the latter. Louis Basenese, who is pitching for the White Cap Report, wrote a free article […]

Today we’ve got an interesting tease that a few readers sent in — it’s from the White Cap Report folks, who generally look for potentially high-octane growth stocks, and it’s about some kind of biotech stock. Here’s how they get our blood flowing this fine morning: “California Biotech Cleared to Bypass FDA – Next Month […]

Does calling something an “index” automatically make it sound safe? That seems to be part of the premise for the recent swath of ads from the Oxford Club for what they’re calling their “Recession-Proof White Cap Index.” The ad, from Louis Basenese, is about a new investment newsletter service that they’re calling the White Cap […]

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