Explaining the 12 components of Capital Markets Visibility 365

There is no one, single golden egg to investor relations – nor is there a golden egg for finding and engaging new investors into your stock. Pump-and-dump promoters will tell small and microcap CEOs otherwise, but their “campaigns” are not engaging investors. They’re merely informing their entrenched network of gamblers of a new game of “Buy Low Sell Short.”

Plus, not to mix too many metaphors, while the “playahs” are inside the casino winning …you’re outside getting sick on the stock price / volume rollercoaster. 

Capital Markets Visibility 365 was created expressly to provide small and microcap companies a steady, transparent AND EASY TO IMPLIMENT strategy to find new investors as well as build long-term relationships.

Ok, now jumping back to my egg metaphor, over the next two weeks, I will explain each of the 12 components within Capital Markets Visibility 365 and why this multi-egg (?) strategy will create a consistent presence in front of Wall Street, Main Street, the financial media and social media-based investors with StockTwits.

You can watch brief videos of Capital Markets Visibility 365 here. 

Have a great day.

8 responses to “Explaining the 12 components of Capital Markets Visibility 365

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