Thompson Clark

Thompson Clark

Thompson Clark is a former Wall St analyst at Sidoti & Co in New York focusing on micro-cap companies. Prior to that, he was a broker at Euro Pacific Capital and an international tax consultant for Deloitte. His deep financial knowledge and diverse background help him in successfully identifying undervalued micro-cap companies. Thompson is a student of the Austrian school of economics, which further helps in this analysis. He is a North Carolina native currently residing in New York City. Thompson graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor's in Business Administration and is a CPA.

Thompson Clark's Recent Articles

Huge Payday from the Mobile Banking Revolution

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Much like how Netflix revolutionized the way consumers access movies and television, mobile banking is now revolutionizing the way consumers access their money. And not only will this make traditional banks as obsolete as Blockbuster video stores, it will also make a handful of savvy investors a fortune. Thompson Clark explains...


The Deadly Origins of the Next Disruptive Technology

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The Ford Model T. The personal computer. Email. What do all these innovations have in common? They were highly disruptive. They created new industries and new markets and rendered others obsolete and outdated. Well, now there's a new disruptive technology making waves in the markets. And it's coming from where you'd least expect it...


Don’t Fear the Taper

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Whether the taper is announced or not is of no concern to the small and micro-cap companies, as this sectors has historically marched forward regardless of higher borrowing costs and a higher interest rate environment.