CAI International, Inc.
Finding small cap stocks that have strong earnings and that have grown significantly over the past five years can potentially uncover winners for the long-term. These stocks provide exciting opportunities that could uncover some hidden gems.
How to Find These Stocks
- Small cap stock
- Listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ or AMEX
- EBITDA margin TTM of greater than or equal to 30%
- EPS growth over the last five years of more »
Seaspan (NYSE: SSW) noted in its latest earnings conference call that it expects container trade to increase 7% in 2013. For a company that provides ships to transport containers, that is a great projection. Coupled with other macroeconomic factors, global shipping of all varieties seems poised for a nice year. This probably warrants going a bit heavier on shipping companies than other sectors.
Volume and prices are set to increase more »
CAI International (NYSE: CAP) has been on an impressive run. I talked about it last year when it was at $20 or below. Now it is pushing $29, and the stock might record some impressive gains in the future. I wanted to touch on the stock and some related companies again to see if there is more upside to come.
Rather than being coy, I will say that there is more »
In any of the industries I study, I look to find a company that has a leading position in their market. As an added bonus, I love to see a company that not only leads, but dominates the industry through its leadership status. Throughout history, many companies have developed a wide moat simply by being the top dog in a growing industry, and that appears to be the case for more »
When the Port of Oakland in California needed new cranes or container loaders, they were made in China. Theses steel titans were placed onto ships and began an arduous journey across the ocean. While this may sound like a roundabout way to get new gear, the point of the story is that shipping was the cheapest and most efficient way to get the new loading cranes.
Welcome to the globalized more »