What are penny stocks?
Penny stocks generally are stocks valued at less than $5. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) posits a penny stock to be "low-priced (below $5), speculative securities of very small companies." Penny stocks are traded over the co. Ber via quotation services such as the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or the Pink Sheets.
What kind of penny stocks alerts will you be sending me?
We like to alert our subscribers on companies listed on the OTCBB and AMEX that have potential in both the short-term and long-term. Certain criteria we look out for in a company include: a product and/or service with great potential, an experienced and solid management team, the state of the company's industry/sector, an existing client base and/or contracts, a known track record and more...(Please note that we do not tend to alert on company's that trade over the pink sheets due to the scarcity of information made available).
Is my money safe in these stocks?
All investment involve a certain degree of risk; when considering investment opportunities you should seek advice from a licensed stockbroker or investment advisor. While penny stocks are known to be more volatile than other investments, they also provide opportunities for substantial gains over short periods of time. The key is doing your own due diligence.
How do I find good quality Penny Stocks?
You can begin by joining our free email list to receive alerts on the hottest OTCBB and AMEX companies. The key to finding good quality stocks is doing your own due diligence. We alert you on emerging companies with great potential, however it is important to understand a company's business and its product or services. Looking up a company's press releases and financial reports will also provide more insight. When in doubt, consult a registered stockbroker or financial advisor.
If I invest in penny stocks, where can I track them?
There are many websites out there that will help you track your investments. Yahoo Finance is a solid place to start.
Where can I track my penny stocks investments?
Many websites provide the tools to track investments. Yahoo Finance or Google Finance are popular and good places to start.
I want to start trading penny stocks. How much money do I need to get starting?
Not a lot of capital is required. Each brokerage firm has a minimum requirement, therefore you will need to check with the firm of your choosing. Because investing in penny stocks is considered to be speculative, it is generally recommended to invest only a small portion of your overall investment portfolio. Several penny stock investors have been successful in converting their initial small investment into a great profit over a short period of time.
Where can I buy Penny Stocks?
Penny stocks can usually be bought via online brokerage firms such as Speedtrader, Scottrade, E-Trade & TD Ameritrade.
Why invest in Penny Stocks?
Penny stocks are an affordable way to have a stake in small companies with great potential. Traditionally, conventional stock brokers do not tend to follow stocks unless it trades at a certain threshold; normally around $3. These affordable stocks can generate great returns for investors who act early. Be sure to sign up today for our free alerts on very promising penny stocks.
Do you receive any compensation for issuing Alerts?
At times we are compensated for alerting our members on certain companies. However, we often turn away companies that approach us, and only accept compensation from companies that we have researched and believe can provide our subscribers with investment opportunities that can reap both short-term and long-term gains. When we do accept compensation, we are required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to disclose who paid us, the amount, and the type of payment. Our members can find this information in our email disclaimer.