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U.S. Stock Screens uses methods of quantitative analysis to generate stock picks in the U.S. stock market. Screens have been backtested for a minimum of 12 months, validating that analysis can increase probability of finding stocks with growth potential. Our monthly stock picks are low-float, small-cap and micro-cap stocks that are more likely to beat the market. Screens target companies with minimum 15-18% earnings growth quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year.

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In The News

Feb 18, 2009:

Almost Family to join S&P's small-cap index

"Almost Family, Inc. (AFAM), a leading regional provider of home health nursing services, announced today that it will be added to the S&P SmallCap 600 Index..."

Feb 13, 2009:

Top 5 Small-Cap Stocks for Feb. 13

"American Physicians Service Group (AMPH)... NCI (NCIT)... Tompkins Financial (TMP)... Emergency Medical Services (EMS)... Neogen (NEOG)..."

Feb 12, 2009:

ComScore shares slide after earnings report

"Analysts are generally concerned about what comScore's recent numbers -- including a significant loss of smaller customers -- indicate for its future performance. "Fundamentals... have deteriorated more than expected... with no near-term hope of recovery," analyst Sandeep Aggarwal of Collins Stewart wrote in a note."

Feb 12, 2009:

A small cap fund for the big picture

"Over the last year, small cap value funds lost 36% while Intrepid Small Cap dropped just 7%. It's the only fund of its kind that's made gains over the last three months."

Feb 10, 2009:

The Small-Cap Mutual Funds to Own Now

"Heartland Value Plus (HRVIX)... Triumph Group (TGI)... Evergreen Special Values (ESPAX)... Mueller Industries (MLI)... Natixis Vaughan Nelson Small Cap Value (NEFJX)..."