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Choosing Penny Stocks
A penny stock is usually defined as a stock that trades at a relatively low price outside the major market exchanges. Penny stocks are highly speculative and high risk because the companies lack liquidity, have small capitalization, and limited...
By John Clayton
Penny Stocks Versus More Expensive Stocks
Penny stocks are not necessarily stocks that sell in the penny range; they are stocks that sell for less than $5 per share. This makes them an attractive investment for many people, but particularly those who are new to the trading game and do not...
By Steven Penn
Items to Consider When Investing in an IPO: De Risking the Investment
IPO stands for Initial Public Offer. Any company that wants to enter into the market can do so through an IPO. There are always new companies that keep showing up on the horizon through such IPOs. Also, given that in any stock markets IPOs are...
By Jerry Taylor
IPO Valuation: The Best Way to Evaluate an IPO
Are you curious about which areas of the stock market are the most rewarding parts of the current market to invest into? If you are looking for the best investments on the current market, investigate the possibilities of IPO investments.
By Jerry Taylor
Tips On CFD Trading And Costs Involved
As the current market stands, a large number of day traders and amateur traders are choosing to try to make their way into the CFD trading market. The abbreviations stand for Contract for Difference.
By Sharon Dawkins