Our most important policy is shared by everyone at Conservative
Speculator ("CS"). It is: "Companies selected for inclusion in CS
have never been, are not now, & will never be, charged a fee of
any kind for editorial coverage, nor are any prerequisites imposed,
other than my personal opinion that the company has an excellent
chance of doubling in price during the following year."
CS does not rent, sell, or divulge its subscription list. We do
this to protect the privacy of our subscribers. Rosanne & I own
WallStreetCorn-er.com, Inc. ("WSC"). As you can see from the disclaimers
on the site, WSC charges public companies $2,500 for a full six
months of participa-tion on the site, but as indicated, there is
no charge for editorial coverage in CS, or in the "Larry Oakley's
Opinion" section of WallStreetCorner.
While Rosanne & I are not owners or officers of Stockcom Inc.
("SI"), I am a director. SI exposes emerging growth companies to
brokers throughout the United States on a one-on-one discussion
A company's unique product or service, growth potential, & other
fundamentals that cause me to write about it are similar to characteris-tics
SI & WSC seek in their clients or participants. Result: Some companies
covered in CS may be invited to use SI's services, or to be participants
in WSC. I also cover some compa-nies that became SI or WSC clients
or participants before they were considered candidates for CS. Becoming
a SI client, or being a participant on WSC's site is not a prerequisite
to being covered in CS. In any case, it is always pointed out to
every company I talk with that coverage in Conservative Speculator
is & has always been free of charge, & there are no prerequisites
of any kind other than my conviction that the company has the potential
to appreciate. Of the 21 Updates, Recommendations, & Sneak Previews
in this issue, BHIT, DCHT, JOCK, MTEY, & ULSP are SI clients &/or
participants on WSC's site.
If Rosanne or I, directly or beneficially, invest in any company
recommend-ed in CS, or that is a client (or candidate client that
we know about) of SI, or a participant in WSC's site, I will disclose
it in the next issue. If any company in which we have an investment
is covered, I will disclose that as part of the coverage of that
The Recommendations, Update Briefs, & Sneak Previews in this newsletter
may include forward-looking information as that term is defined
in the Private Security Reform Act of 1995, & which can be identified
by such terminology as "predicts," "projects," "believes," "estimates,"
"should," "contemplates," "expects," "anticipates," "may," "will,"
&/or any variation of these &/or similar terms. Such information
& the related company are subject to many risks & uncertainties.
There can be no assurance that actual results, business conditions,
business develop-ments, losses & contingencies, & local & foreign
factors will not differ materially from those suggested in the forward-looking
statements as a result of all sorts of factors (just a few examples:
market conditions, competition, advances intechnology, acquisitions,
mergers, potential litigation, personnel changes, market changes,
capital availability). In short, there are absolutely no guarantees
when it comes to future performance. That's one reason why I strongly
recommend that you talk to a senior management person at any company
in which you contemplate taking a position, & form your own opinion
before proceeding with any investment.
I picked these special situations from those presented to me each
month by my network of brokers, market makers, PR companies, investment
bankers, venture capitalists, & key people in various industries.
My primary criterion is my opinion of the stock's potential to double
or better in the next six to 12 months.
Once a Sneak, a company becomes a candidate for a full recommen-da-tion.
Our decision concerning which to recommend is based on what we find
in continuing investigation. I may cover a Sneak I did a year ago,
or one from the last issue; do not attach significance to timing.
While Sneaks are preliminary recommenda-tions, do not use them
for investment decisions unless you decide on the basis of facts
you uncover in your own investigation. Keep in mind that the codes
listed after each Sneak are preliminary, reflecting my first impression.
They are subject to change based on further investigation.
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