Episode 27 - Dissecting 100 Baggers with Chris Mayer, Bonner & Partners

September 7, 2016

For this episode of the Planet MicroCap Podcast, I spoke with Chris Mayer with Bonner & Partners. Chris is also the author of the book, “100 Baggers: Stocks that Return 100-to-1 and How to Find them”. We interviewed Chris in Vancouver about one year ago, where we began this discussion of 100 Baggers, and I wanted to flesh out this concept a bit more. The goal for this interview is to define the concept of 100 Baggers and what that means, and is investing in a 100 Bagger every investor’s dream?

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In this episode, Chris and I discuss the following topics: 

- Chris' background

- General overview of the book, “100 Baggers: Stocks that Return 100-to-1 and How to Find them” and specifically

- What is a ‘100 Bagger’

- Examples of a ‘100 Bagger’

- Is being able to pick a ‘100-Bagger’ every investors’ dream?

- How the term ‘100-Bagger’ relate to MicroCap stocks

- According to his book, what are the attributes of a ‘100-Bagger’

- What is his due diligence process, more specifically, what is the first thing he looks for that will lead to greater investigation of a stock

- Patience is a virtue. And it seems with 100-Baggers, it’s a lot of sitting and waiting. This is much harder than it looks, right?

- How he finds the current investing environment? Are there always possibilities to find that ‘100 Bagger’?

- His advice for new MicroCap investors looking for that next ‘100-Bagger'

For more information about Chris Mayer, please visit: www.BonnerandPartners.com

You can follow Chris Mayer on Twitter @ChrisWMayer

You can follow the Planet MicroCap Podcast on Twitter @BobbyKKraft, and you can also listen to this interview on StockNewsNow.com

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