The Street Sweeper

About the Author The Street Sweeper

Sonya Colberg joined TheStreetSweeper in early 2012 as a senior investigative reporter after racking up an impressive pile of journalism awards for her past work at two major daily newspapers. For example, Colberg recently won top honors – recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists and the Associated Press alike – for her performance in the tough investigative reporting field. During her long and decorated career, she has walked away with major prizes for her in-depth coverage of business and healthcare as well. A fearless reporter with incredible writing skills, Colberg has now teamed up with Melissa Davis – another award-winning journalist who serves as senior editor of TheStreetSweeper – to deliver hard-hitting coverage of risky stocks to the investment community.

Tekmira Pharmaceuticals: Spinning Its Next ‘Big Story’

By Sonya Colberg, TheStreetSweeper Senior Investigative Reporter Tekmira Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TKMR) may not have found its next big biotech thing, after all. After a …

Amira Nature Foods: Hungry For Another Big Helping Of Cash

So what if Amira Nature Foods (NYSE:ANFI) found some way to sweeten its guidance? The company needed to score a few brownie points …

Sportsman’s Warehouse: Aiming Too High For Its Own Good?

Sportsman’s Warehouse (NASDAQ:SPWH) seems almost determined to shoot itself in the foot again. Under the gun to hit ambitious growth targets that look …

Freshpet: An Overvalued Bad, Bad Dog

Pet food company Freshpet (FRPT) jumped out with an IPO last month and shares fetched a surprising $20 the first trading day. Freshpet …

Radcom: Radically Misunderstood, Radically Overvalued Part 2

In the first part of TheStreetSweeper’s two-part series on Israel-based Radcom (NASDAQ: RDCM), we described the software company’s negative trends and predictive chart. Now, …

Radcom: Radically Misunderstood, Radically Overvalued

Radcom Inc. (NASDAQ: RDCM) has turned radical, with its long-ignored stock ripping to the double-digit levels reached in 2006 and earlier.

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