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Top penny stocks are shares that have strong odds of increasing in value. These promising penny stocks are based on companies that are committed to building shareholder value. This suggests that these companies have an ambitious management team, a competitive advantage and efficient operations. These companies usually fly under the radar of most investors. The key to getting high returns with the top penny stocks is to get in early.

Top penny stocks have the potential to generate high returns for its shareholder. The most promising ones are the ones that have the potential to generate multiple returns and are usually trading under $0.25. By getting in early, the prices of the top penny stocks will still remain attractive. Once the buying starts, the penny stock share price will surge.

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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- E-Trade Financial Corp. shares rallied Monday after the company said it would buy brokerage Harrisdirect from BMO Financial Group for $700 million cash.

The move marks the latest in a consolidation among brokerage firms that saw Ameritrade set plans to buy TD Waterhouse in June.

"E-Trade is reacting to [its] failed bid for Ameritrade by acquiring an alternative target," Fox-Pitt Kelton analyst David Trone said in a note to clients Monday.

Trone said mergers in the industry may not be over, and suggested that Ameritrade may one day attempt to take over E-Trade.

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