Company X Is $0.17 Now But We Have A Target Price Of $1.13. Do Penny Stocks Analysts Use Magic?
Penny stocks are very risky. Most of them fail, but some are successful and increase in value. Penny stocks analysts use a variety of statistical methods similar to other analysts.
But remember, there is a psychological component behind every stock price. For example, the announcement of a CEO stepping down can send the stock price up or down. Similar to penny stock, some information increase the stock, other information decreases it.
by thecollecktor 7 years ago
It is my intent to discover the formula for investing in penny stocks that goes beyond the hype currently being used. What criteria do you use?
by Whitney 8 months ago
investing in penny stocks
by mafthfp 7 years ago
Where can I find out if a stock is a "scam" stock or not?Is there a list online of pink sheet, pump & dump, penny stocks? That would be pretty useful for helping people avoid these scams!
by keepitnatural 7 years ago
Anyone know if there is anything in penny stocks & if so what to do? I keep getting emails...about it which I don't trust but wondered if it's worth looking into at all?
by Kara Skinner 3 years ago
Are penny stocks smart?Because penny stocks are so cheap, I am wondering if it's a good idea to make a few investments now-- less than a couple of dollars-- or if I should save for a more conservative investment.
by Whitney 7 years ago
Basics about penny stocks
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