September 10, 2009 16:35 ET

Bank of America, Citigroup and Fannie Mae Continue To Disappoint Investors

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - Sept. 10, 2009) - We continue to see overwhelming signs that investors want to believe the worst is over, but is that what the today's research data is telling us?

With companies like Bank of America Inc, Citigroup Inc. and Fannie Mae Inc. still cornering the market on major investor concerns we think it is time to make a shift towards what made them successful in the beginning stages; small companies building something meaningful.

This is supported by the new administrations trillion dollar bailouts that focus on supplementing the hole in these types of companies and the financial sector in general. The administrations war cry is that things are getting better, but that more is needed from the individual investors in order to continue the repair process.

Business analysts at ExplicitPicks.com remain unanimous in our belief that investing in small companies throughout the market may be a better use of investor's dollars in the current landscape. We truly believe that micro and small cap companies are the new big opportunity and present investors with great upside potential!


John Sample

Mr. Sample is a Managing Director at ExplicitPicks.com and a regular contributor to their free Investor Stock Alert Newsletter. For more information visit: http://www.explicitpicks.com.

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