The Coolcat Explosive Small Cap Growth Stock Report focuses on NASDAQ stocks and sectors with the greatest momentum. Publisher Kevin Kennedy uses several unique stock screens to unearth stocks with the best potential for large gains. The service was ranked by The Hulbert Financial Digest as the #1 investment newsletter for 2001 with a gain of 77.7%.
One of Kennedy’s stock screens is to look for low-priced issues showing strong momentum. To qualify, a stock must display relative strength of 99 (which means the stock is outperforming 99 of out of 100 issues) and be priced at $15 a share or less. Here are the latest two qualifiers:
“LendingTree (TREE OTC) is involved in Internet e-Commerce. Founded in 1996, LendingTree is an online lending exchange that connects consumers, lenders, and related service providers. The LendingTree Exchange is made up of more than 170 banks, lenders, and brokers and has facilitated nearly $26 billion in closed loans. Millions of consumers have accessed the LendingTree Exchange though the company's Web site and through online and offline partners. Loans available via the LendingTree Exchange include home mortgage, home equity, automobile, personal, debt consolidation, and credit cards. The LendingTree Realty Services offering connects consumers to a nationwide network of approximately 6,500 Realtors.
Sonic Solutions (SNIC OTC) provides solutions for DVD creation. Sonic MyDVD is the first DVD-authoring application for consumers and is the leading DVD solution among DVD recorder and PC manufacturers. Sonic DVDit! is the leading DVD-authoring application for videographers and corporate video producers. More than two million copies of MyDVD and DVDit! have been shipped. The company’s products are the most widely-used systems for professional DVD publishing and are installed worldwide at major studios, post-production facilities, and in corporate marketing departments. Sonic's AuthorScript engine for DVD formatting and burning is licensed by leading software developers, including Adobe, Microsoft, and Sony. Sonic is a full-voting member of the DVD Forum, the standards-setting body for the DVD format.”