Thanks for the link. I took a look at some of the demographic data on that sight and found a wealth of information. This will be a great help in researching new areas. Wish I would have known about this site earlier.
This is why this board is the best out here. Good luck to all.
Squid, you're welcome. I remind myself, though, that every great fraud involves improper number reporting. It did with W. B. Foshay's utility companies and some banks during the 1920's and big time with Nortel, Enron and Worldcom more recently. So, I don't always trust reported numbers. However, as you point out , it's a place to start research.
Some investors are anxious to hop onto new issues. Usually, I'm not so inclined. Most busineses fail during their first five years of existence, so I determine than any gains not acquired during that period are simply the premiums paid for loss prevention.