100 High Performance Small Cap Stocks

By Hank Tucker, Antoine Gara and Eliza Haverstock

Ask just about any investor from Silicon Valley to Wall Street and they will tell you: We’re living in the age of the mega-corporation. Trillion-dollar mega cap quasi-monopolies like Google, Apple and Amazon are pushing into everything from autonomous driving and entertainment to financial services and healthcare. And judging from their stock prices, the bigger these companies get, the more Wall Street applauds.

But being small, specialized and great—a hedgehog among foxes—is still a recipe for success, especially in a recovering economy.

Take Collectors Universe, a $700 million market capitalization company that grades collectibles like baseball cards, rare coins, stamps and autographs. It is the authenticator of millions of memorabilia items, like Mike Trout’s rookie card, Ted Williams’ autograph and 19th-century Morgan silver dollars. In the collectibles market, the Santa Ana, California-based

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KULR Technology Group to Present on its Next-Gen Thermal Management Technologies at Benzinga Global Small Cap Conference on Wednesday, December 9

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SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2020 / KULR Technology Group, Inc. (OTCQB:KULR) (the “Company” or “KULR”), a leading developer of next-generation thermal management technologies, will be presenting at the upcoming virtual Benzinga Global Small Cap Conference on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, at 12:15 PM EST.

Michael Mo, CEO of KULR, will provide an overview of the company and an update on recent strategic developments. He will also be hosting virtual one-on-one investor meetings. Complimentary investor registration and virtual one-on-one meeting requests can be accessed through the conference link below.

Event registration link: Benzinga Global Small Cap Conference

Presentation date: December 9, 2020

Presentation time: 12:15 PM EST

The inaugural Benzinga Global Small Cap Conference will be held on December 8 and 9, 2020, in an entirely virtual

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Indian digital pay arena gets more convoluted with opaque 30% cap on transactions

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For a country and a government that has strained mightily to be viewed as pro-business, its imposition of a limit on how many customers a company can acquire in one of the hottest areas of the technology and investment landscape — one into which billions of dollars have been pumped — is very bizarre behaviour.

That’s what the Indian government did very recently when it decided to impose a 30% cap on all UPI transactions per player. UPI, or United Payments Interface, is an instant, real-time, payments system first piloted by the government in 2016.

Money can be transferred between two bank accounts thanks to an India specific stack, or a collection of software utilities available as an API and targeted at entrepreneurs.

First, a little context and an explanation to this: Digital payments in India have exploded over the past 10 years. The technology is used by

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A cap on numbers in restaurants could stop them from becoming covid hot spots

During this pandemic, every activity in an indoor public place involves some level of risk, but some venues are far riskier than others—especially if they’re small and crowded.

We already knew that restaurants can easily become covid hot spots, but a new paper published in Nature today quantifies just how dangerous they really are: four times riskier than the next riskiest location, which was the gym. However, there could be a simple way to reduce the danger. Caps on the number of people permitted to be inside a restaurant simultaneously could cut infections drastically, according to a new model created by the team of epidemiologists, computer scientists, and social scientists from Stanford and Northwestern universities.

The researchers used smartphone data to predict where people were catching the coronavirus. They used data on the movements of almost 100 million people in the 10 biggest cities in the US from March 1

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