What are good, cheap stocks to purchase for the beginner?

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  1. shaunese profile image58
    shauneseposted 8 years ago

    What are good, cheap stocks to purchase for the beginner?

    I want purchase cheap stocks in a stem cell research company... what should I look for?

  2. profile image0
    Phoebe Pikeposted 8 years ago

    Wal*Mart. They aren't going anywhere and it's cheap to get a stock from them.

  3. iowac profile image60
    iowacposted 8 years ago

    Go to www.investors.com watch the videos and read the training material on how to pick some stocks.  They will tell you to buy stocks minimum 15 bucks, however I find good stocks around 6 dollars, that even their specs show are good except for the 15 dollar, they rank in multiple categories 90+

    You do not want to buy stocks that are what most say are a bargain, if the stock is on the down  there is a reason.  You want stocks on the up, that means the P/E ratio might be high.  There are many other factors, so go check out investors.com lots of great info, and you can get a score on stocks in a particular sector.

  4. DdraigX profile image60
    DdraigXposted 8 years ago

    I would look at the well known companies, or ETFs, and also ones that give dividends. You can reinvest the dividends and increase the number of shares you hold in that company. If you do that your dividends are not taxed.

  5. Xgains4keeps profile image35
    Xgains4keepsposted 8 years ago

    Now some stocks are cheap for a reason and it is not always because they are doing badly some companies split them so that you and can buy them easily and much more. We recommend them for you though because it is easier for you to make money in cheap stocks as against expensive ones since they add value faster than the more expensive ones or because they have low multiples. Before you buy them do your research well, try and buy the stocks of companies you patronise by that I mean the ones you buy their products and also the ones that pay dividends like some one pointed out. They ones that pay dividends attract short terms investors from time to time. Read our Stocks Take Away at for today May 24 2010: http://www.xgains4keeps.com/StocksTakeAway38525.aspx

  6. MyPortfolioGuide profile image71
    MyPortfolioGuideposted 8 years ago

    If you are indeed a "beginner", please be careful in what you are told is a "cheap" stock. It has nothing to do with the price the stock trades at.

    In other words....buying a $4 stock versus a $50 stock isn't necesarily cheaper and it doesn't tell you what your question is really asking. This can be especially true based on the industry and sector you're looking at (such as bio-tech!)

    I don't intend to be vague but your question deserves a detailed answer. Make sure you have access to unbiased research or a professional who can steer you in the right direction...

  7. pennystocktobuy profile image53
    pennystocktobuyposted 8 years ago

    hey there,

    well there's a lot of cheap stocks out there.... it really depends on what u consider cheap.

    there are small cap stocks (which are considered to be any stock under 5$)

    there are penny stocks which are usually under 1 $

    and there are sub-penny stocks which are fractions of a penny.



    anyway for a cheap stem cell research stock; i intend to invest a couple of hundred bux in Cord Blood America (cbai.ob) its on the OTC:BB market. I think pps (price per share) is fair and that this stock is undervalued.

    best regards,

    from the staff @   www.PennyStockHot.com

    cheers have a good day!

  8. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    As others have said, the price is immaterial.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/stock-market-fo … quirements

  9. umairabid profile image50
    umairabidposted 7 years ago

    I think you should consult http://www.wholesalepages.co.uk for your issues

  10. dfanto profile image56
    dfantoposted 7 years ago

    you can use certain software to screen which the cheap stock then search info on internet if those stock is good or not.

 
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