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Caseridge Capital’s Top Picks for 2010

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Caseridge Capital released a special issue of its Caseridge Tecsys Dealbook today, unveiling The Caseridge Techsys “Top Picks” for 2010.
The Caseridge Techsys Index of Canadian listed technology and special situations companies is composed of 250 companies that represent a broad scope of activity across the technology, industrial, manufacturing, health care, software, internet and special situations sectors. Each year at this time Caseridge selects a subset of this broad index and names those companies to its “Top Picks” list for the up-coming year.

Caseridge Capital’s Top Picks represent those companies that are poised to significantly outperform the market over the coming year based on the predictive power of Caseridge’s proprietary GMM valuation technique. It is, in the view of Caseridge Capital, the definitive list of up-and-coming operating companies in the nation.

Accredited investors should perform their own analysis and conduct their own due diligence prior to making any investment or purchasing decisions. Non-accredited investors should consult with their personal financial planner for advice before making any investment decisions.

To view the Caseridge Top Picks for 2010 simply join the “Caseridge Tecsys Dealbook Network” at

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