Why penny stocks?
Penny stocks typically refer to stocks that trade under $5.00. In addition to a relatively low share price, penny stocks have a relatively low market capitalization, and usually trade outside the major market exchanges. Most penny stocks trade on the OTCBB, or Pink Sheet quotation service, but there are still penny stocks that trade on listed exchanges including the NASDAQ.
Because many penny stocks trade for under $1.00, they have the potential for huge volatility, sometimes rising or falling up to 200-300% in a single day.
For many, the allure of penny stocks is simple, they’re relatively inexpensive and have the potential for large gains.
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