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Buying Penny Stocks

Buying penny stocks for investing requires discipline. Prices of penny stocks are often volatile. To make money, the investor needs to be able to make quick and sound decisions. This means thoroughly researching the penny stocks and deciding on entry and exit points. By finding the right penny stock to buy, the returns generated can be substantial. Many of these companies are in their early stages of building their businesses with the goal of becoming much bigger.

Buying penny stocks is purchasing a stock under $5. Most penny stocks tend to trade between $0.05 to $0.25. To find a promising penny stock, look for companies that have a unique product, increasing sales and management intent on building their company into a major competitor.

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