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Table of Contents

Micro-Cap & Small-Cap Introduction Course

1. Introduction to Micro & Small Cap Companies

1.1A What are micro-cap and small-cap companies?
1.1B Micro-cap and small-cap exchanges
1.1C Alternative reporting (OTC reporting) vs. SEC reporting companies
1.1D Reporting requirements are contingent upon the type of company
1.1E Overview of reports
1.1F OTC uplist to a National Exchange and an overview of NASDAQ & NYSE listing requirements
1.1G Introduction to Common methods used to raise capital for micro-cap and small-cap companies
1.1H Private Placement
1.1I Registered Offering
1.1J Regulation A+
1.1K Convertible Debt
1.1L Registration Statements & Prospectus
1.1M Shelf registration
1.1N S-4
1.1O S-8
1.2 Types of Equity
1.2A Common Stock
1.2B Preferred Stock
1.2C Warrants
1.2D Options
1.3 Types of Debt
1.3A Convertible Debt
1.3B Senior Secured
1.3C Junior Secured
1.3D Unsecured
1.4 Fundamentals
1.4A Description of Market Cap
1.4B Going Concern
1.4C Summary of a Reverse-Merger transaction
1.4D Micro-cap and Small-Cap ETFs

    2. Common analysis strategies

    2.1A Introduction to Micro-Cap and Small-Cap Company Analysis
    2.2 Financials
    2.2A Introduction to Financial Analysis
    2.2B Balance Sheet
    2.2C Cash Flow Statement
    2.2D Burn Rate
    2.2E Months of cash on hand
    2.2F Previous Capital Raises and Capital Raised to Date
    2.2G Revenue & Ebitda QoQ & YoY Growth Rates
    2.2H Third-Party Service Providers Review
    2.3 Management
    2.3A Securities Counsel
    2.3B IR Firm
    2.3C Auditor
    2.4 Executive Management Analysis
    2.4A Previous companies & track record
    2.4B Background check and disclosures
    2.4C Salaries & Compensation Plans
    2.4D Board of Directors
    2.4E Insider transaction history (buys/sells)
    2.5 Cap Table
    2.5A Introduction to Cap Tables
    2.5B Description of Authorized Shares
    2.5C Description of Outstanding Shares
    2.5D Intro to Float – QoQ & YoY Float increases
    2.5E Description of Preferred Stock (Voting & Convertible)
    2.5F Analysis of outstanding preferred stock and calculating fully diluted outstanding shares & market cap
    2.5G SEC Rule 144 exemption from registration and legend removal from restricted stock
    2.5HCalculating estimated float increase from restricted stock issuances and 144 requirements for new sales
    2.5I Summary of a reverse stock split – historical performance and increased dilution risk
    2.6 Business Model
    2.6A Business model analysis
    2.6B Revenue attribution
    2.6C COGS
    2.6D Operating expenses
    2.6E Comp analysis (CCA) and median valuation multiples (VM)
    2.6F Rev & Ebitda Growth Rate comparison against dilution rate
    2.6G Forecasting stock price using growth & dilution rates against the comp analyzed valuation multiples
    2.6H  Industry and overall  TTM sector performance
    2.7 Additional Risk Review
    2.7A Convertible Debt & Toxic Financings
    2.7B  Variable priced convertible debt
    2.7C Reading a Quarterly or Annual Report
    2.7D Outstanding Warrants and Strike Price
    2.8 Equity Ownership
    2.8A Common Stock Ownership
    2.8B Insider Ownership
    2.8C Reporting Shareholders
    2.8D Institutional Ownership
    2.8E ETF allocation

    3. Market & Trade Data

    3.1A Introduction To Market Data
    3.1B Time and Sales
    3.1C VWAP
    3.1D Average Volume & Daily Volume
    3.1E Concentration risk
    3.1F Trade Count
    3.1G Dollar Volume
    3.1H Short Interest/Float Short
    3.1I Shares available for borrow/utilization rates
    3.1J 52 Week Price Range
    3.2 Market Cap
    3.2AMarket Cap History
    3.2B Dilution Since ATH
    3.2C Projecting share price based on Market Cap & Current Shares Outstanding
    3.3 Options
    3.3A Unusual options/volume activity
    3.3B Historical earnings estimates – misses/beats & average volatility
    3.3C Economic/Corporate Events Calculator
    3.4 Overview of Level 2 Data/Order Book
    3.4A Introduction to Level 2 Data
    3.4B: MMID

    4. Introduction to Technical Analysis

    4.1A What are indicators?
    4.1B MACD
    4.1D Ichimoku Cloud
    4.1E Moving Averages (200 day, 50 day)
    4.1F Bollinger Bands
    4.1G Fibonacci retracement
    4.1H Fibonacci extension

    5. Best Online Brokers for Micro/Small Cap Investing & Trading

    5.1 Interactive Brokers – Trader Workstation

    5.2 Fidelity

    5.3 TD Ameritrade –

    6. Trading & Investing

    6.1 Intro to trading and investing
    6.2 Scalping
    6.3 Day Trading
    6.4 Swing Trading
    6.5 Short-Selling
    6.6 Value investing