In today’s Raging Bull podcast, Jason Bond of JasonBondTraining.com said he prefers small-cap orphan stocks — companies with little or no coverage from analysts — to brand-name companies that are heavily followed by the institutions because the lesser-known names have more potentials to make sharp, steep moves. Answering a question from the audience, he said he is happy to play big names like Groupon and GoPro, but only when they give him the same potential rewards as a Payment Data Systems (PYDS) which popped this week posting the kind of high, daily double-digit returns that big institutional coverage makes rare on the brand-name stocks.

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Jason Bond runs JasonBondTraining.com and is a swing trader of small-cap stocks. The Raging Bull podcast features experts from the site talking with Raging Bull editor Chuck Jaffe on his show, “Money Life with Chuck Jaffe.” You can learn more about Chuck’s daily hour of market and personal-finance chat at MoneyLifeShow.com; you can subscribe to the Raging Bull podcast via iTunes and other podcast providers.

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