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February’s Must Reads For MicroCap IR Teams

We know microcap investor relations professionals are busy. To help out our microcap IR friends (and all of our other microcap readers), we summarized some of our most popular microcap investor relations posts from February below!   February’s Must Reads For MicroCap IR Teams Five Types of Investor Questions Your IR Team Should Be Able to Predict Eugene Soltes, associate

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January’s Must Reads For MicroCap IR Teams

We know microcap investor relations professionals are busy. To help out our microcap IR friends (and all of our other microcap readers), we summarized some of our most popular microcap investor relations posts from January below!   January’s Must Reads For MicroCap IR Teams IR Magazine Publishes 2017 Global Roadshow Report IR Magazine recently published their eighth annual research report

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Four “C”s of MicroCap Investor Relations

A new post, by Mark Collinson & Elaine Ketchmere of Compass Investor Relations, on OTC Markets’ blog looks at “The True Value of Best Practice Disclosure.” According to the post; “following the “4Cs” – clarity, compliance, consistency and credibility, will turn the company’s Investor Relations activity and its disclosure practices into an important force in favor of true value and a protection

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Five Rules to Establishing Credibility In Investor Relations

In a recent post on LinkedIn, Trevor Heisler discussed “Credibility’s role in investor relations.” Heisler says public company “Management is not only judged based on its performance, it’s judged based on how well it communicates that performance. This communication is a primary contributor to management’s credibility.” According to Heisler management should adhere to five simple rules to ensure that as many

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Intelligent IR: Research-Driven Investor Relations for Small and Microcap Companies [Guest Post]

Guest Post By: Joshua Levine & Robert Ferri On January 3, the European Union’s ambitious regulatory reforms, known as MiFID II, took effect. While the aim is to create unprecedented transparency and curb conflicts of interest, the regulation is upending security markets. Central to MiFID II is bringing accountability to the market for investment research. Under the new framework, asset managers and

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