• http://www.yesiamcheap.com Sandy @ yesiamcheap

    Any thoughts about the whole 50 cent penny stock pump thing? I wouldn’t buy stock under $1 because it’s too risky, but if you’re talking about the $5 range, I would take that risk. In fact I’m following something at $7 now. I’ve seen it go out to almost $8.50 but I need enough money to make a difference.

  • Kurtis Hemmerling

    To avoid the pump and dump operation, pick stocks that have analyst coverage, high liquidity, and on a major exchange. Stock under $5 can have a large cap too. Look at Citigroup with 142 billion market cap, Lloyds Banking Group with over 75 billion, and Sprint with over 13 billion. This stocks have millions or even hundreds of millions of shares traded daily (C). Stay away from illiquid stocks with little coverage on small exchanges if you want to lessen risk of pump and dumps.

  • http://www.manhattancalumet.com/ Dennis The Menace

    I have many years of experience with these type of stocks.I would like to take a moment to talk about low price stocks not classic penny stocks or stocks under one dollar the term most people most often think of when the word penny stock is used. The single most important thing that investors must realize about low price stocks or stocks under five dollars is this’ their are companies of really decent quality trading under five dollars’ but for every one company trading under five dollars that is of decent quality their are maybe ten of poor quality. So the really big difference between those investors that are tremendously successfull when it comes to investing in low price stocks and those investors that lose enormous amounts of money investing in stocks under five dollars’ is having a great deal of knowledge and experience when it comes to low price stocks’ or having a total lack of knowledge and experience when it comes to low price stocks. Finding quality stocks under five dollars requires a lot more research than finding a decent stock above ten dollars.

  • http://www.manhattancalumet.com/ Penny Stock Investing

    .Did you know that the shares of apple computer traded below 5 dollars a share in 1998 surprise suprise suprise yes they traded at only 4.50 cents a share in 1998 now apple computers shares trade at over 500 dollars a share hows that for a stock rallly. Now you might say oh well thats just a fluke Right. Wrong. Did you know that the shares of Laboratory Corporation of America also traded below five dollars in 1998. The stock traded at just 3.00 dollars a share in 1998 today the shares of Laboratory Corporation of America are trading at 90.00 a share. Did you know that Petsmart shares traded at just 2.00 dollars a share in the year 2000. Today their trading at 58.00 a share. The shares of Tractor Supply Traded at Are you ready 1.30 in october of 2000 Yes thats one dollar and thirty cents a share in october of 2000. Today the the shares of tractor supply are trading at are you sitting down 87 dollars a share.

    These stocks are just a few examples theirs dozens of other stocks that once traded under five dollars a share that have seen enormous increases in the price of their shares but theiirs not enough time or space to list them all here. Now who still believes that all stocks trading below five dollars are bad investments.

  • moylanjames81

    Their is often little info available concerning small unknow companies trading on the pink sheets or on the over the counter. Recent up to date info is really important when selecting stocks trading below five dollars…

  • Bruce Willis

    This is a great topic you have covered here. I can use the tips to help myself in the future investment opportunities. Keep writing. Cheers!

  • http://onlineroboticstocktrader.com/ allenrodger

    When playing the centime just double your money is great. That is real easy to do when buying line s at less then a penny . If you think about it, doubling your money on a stock Charles Frederick Worth $0.001 is a plenty easier then doubling your money on a stock worth $0.1


    i really liked this article. Very informative. I suggest it’s wise for dummies to invest in penny stocks. I had also started my investment career with these. Specially the OTC US listed ones are too profitable. I strongly recommend investors to try out OTC:GLAG.

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