If you were to ask a room of 10 film critics what the best movie of all time is, there’s a good chance that you might get 10 different answers. This doesn’t mean that any of the film critics are trying to lie or mislead you. It also doesn’t mean that any film critic knows more than the others. It just means that people have different opinions and might base their arguments on different facts. One critic might love a movie like Forrest Gump because he thinks Tom Hanks is the greatest actor of all time. Meanwhile, the critic on his left can’t stand Tom Hanks and instead logically picks the highest-grossing movie of all time (Avatar). Stocks work the exact same way.

When it comes to stocks, there are so many different factors that you can focus on. To name just a few, here are a few different things that you can examine when researching a stock:

  • Size of revenue, revenue growth in the past, projected future revenue growth
  • Net income, especially as it relates to per-share price
  • Size of the overall market and competitors
  • The expertise of the management team
  • Products, proprietary information, patents, etc.

As you can see, there are quite a few factors to base your decision on.

One analyst might look at a company and think that it’s the future of their industry. However, a second analyst might think that the company is overhyped and will be out of business in 5 years. Due to this, there is no way to say definitively what the best stocks are. In fact, the harder someone tries to sell you on a stock (or investment in general) the more cautious you should be. With investing, if something’s too good to be true then it probably is.

With that said, it’s definitely still beneficial to gather as much information as you can. The more information you have, the more informed your end decision will be. Due to this, we are always interested in sharing our investment ideas, research, and opinions. We hope to present our own research and due diligence in hopes that you will use it to improve your own decisions.

With that said, let’s take a look at a few small-cap stocks that we consider to be great choices.

GameSquare (OTC: $GMSQF)

GamesSquare is in a prime position to become a major player in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world. Noted by the World Economic Forum, the gaming market already has a prize pool that’s bigger than the NBA, Masters, and the Confederations Cup. However, while these three organizations have been around for decades, esports is relatively new. Due to this, many organizations have difficulty navigating it. This is where GameSquare comes in.

GameSquare is quickly becoming one of the top esports marketing companies. They have built up a network of celebrities and influencers and leverage this network strategically to help create exposure for their clients.

Read our full analysis of GameSquare here.

Hempfusion Wellness (OTC: $CBDHF)

Founded by Jason Mitchell, a member of the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, Hempfusion has long understood the power of hemp and CBD products. Their products play a critical role in improving their clients’ mental and physical well-being. Hempfusion has a range of products that are used to improve sleep, reduce stress, and boost energy.

One thing that separates Hempfusion’s products is its focus on using superior hemp. It grows its own hemp organically without herbicides or pesticides. It also uses a proprietary, solvent-free CO2 method to extract the oils. All of this leads to a higher quality product, improved customer satisfaction, and more value.

Read our full analysis of Hempfusion here.

Kraken Robotics (OTC: $KRKNF)

Kraken Robotics is a marine technology company that designs, develops, and markets advanced sonar and laser sensors that are used for unmanned underwater vehicles. These vehicles generally have both military and commercial applications.

Kraken has been growing impressively since its inception. Over the years, its product suite has grown to include thrusters, sensors, vehicles, batteries, as well as launch/recovery systems. Its success in pioneering new systems is part of the reason that its has received millions of dollars in funding from NATO sponsors. Kraken is also one of the first Robotics as Service companies, which allows it to license their proprietary technology out to clients.

Read our full analysis of Kraken Robotics here.

We hope that you’ve found this article valuable when it comes to learning a few of what we consider to be the best small-cap stocks. Continue reading to learn more about a few other stocks that we’re currently excited about.