I've not read his investment style, or used his services. My only advice is to be weary of all investment advice offered as a subscription service. If you think about it, if these were small caps identified as genuine investments, the investment company would have already bought a load of the shares at the lowest prices. Telling others about it and convincing them to invest and speculate on the market will automatically inflate the share price, reinforcing their investment advice before selling out at the top, leaving everyone else holding an empt bag.
If you wanted to fastlane on this, you'd want to sell your own investment tips in companies you've analysed and added to your own portfolio. Just look at Robbie Burns (Naked Trader), every time he mentions another company in his portfolio, its shares inflate!
I love playing on the stock markets and regularly look at what others are doing... just take their advice with a pinch of salt and do your own analyses on top.