When looking for an expert on small- and mid-cap stocks, TheStreet didn't have to look any further than Bryan Ashenberg. With more than 15 years of investment experience, Bryan previously provided generalist research coverage for the U.S. Small and Small/Mid Cap Growth Equity Portfolios at UBS Global Asset Management, was a technology analyst at Columbus Circle Investors, and served as a generalist at Stechler & Company.
Today, Bryan is a portfolio manager at TheStreet where he shows investors like you how to invest safely and profitably in small- to mid-cap stocks with his Growth Seeker service. He has appeared on PBS's Nightly Business Report, WRKO's Lunch Money, and KFXR's The Wall Street Shuffle. He is a CFA Charterholder and regularly contributes to Jim Cramer's Speculative Friday picks on Mad Money.
Discover which stocks have huge growth potential -- before they make their big moves. In the clutter of small and mid-cap stocks turn to Growth Seeker, where novice to professional investors come for ideas on under-appreciated stocks on the verge of skyrocketing. Through intensive research-dissecting a company's financials, speaking with Wall Street analysts, and interviewing company management - Bryan uncovers stocks with above-average growth prospects and an underlying catalyst set to propel shares higher. Learn more about Growth Seeker.
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Chart of the Day: SWKS
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Growth Seeker Weekly Summary
A broadening selloff makes it time to remain disciplined and stay calm.
Bearish Bets: Walmart Marked Down in Massive Selloff
WMT, VIAB, SNHY, FNGN and ROLL were all downgraded this week by TheStreet's Quant Ratings.
Foot Locker: Alive and Kicking
Momentum is bullish, and the stock has outperformed in the retail space.