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Penny Stocks Guide
Straight answers to your questions about Penny Stocks

INTRODUCTION:
Home
About Us
About Penny Stocks
Benefits of Penny Stocks
Getting Started
RISKS:
Protect Yourself
The Biggest Risk
Other Risks
The Worst Penny Stocks
Dangers
DUE DILIGENCE:
Best Penny Stocks
Finding Good Investments
Resources
Stock Brokers
Learning
FAQs
FAST FACT:
Many new investors get started trading with penny stocks, because they have less to invest, and want to take a chance on landing a big gain.
Learning About Penny Stocks

Here are some links to great information sources, which will tell you everything you need to know about every aspect of penny stock investing.

First of all, you need to learn the basics about how the stock market works, and how to make a trade. Some of the best sources we have found in this regard are The Motley Fool and the Yahoo Finance Tutorials.

You also need to set up a brokerage account, which is a very simple process. You can read up on the best brokers at various web site rating reports.

When you are ready to get the excitement of buying that first penny stock, you will need to learn about finding the best penny stock companies to invest in. We have a whole section dedicated to this very topic.

It is really that simple! There is nothing else to it. Once you have a broker and know the basics, it all comes down to finding the best penny stocks to buy, and avoiding the common pitfalls. With a little bit of work, you can enjoy the prosperity and excitement that comes from trading penny stocks!

Did You Know?

Penny stocks are the best way to learn to invest. This is because they are more volatile, they make their moves faster, and you can buy more with little money.

You'll wind up looking into more companies, making more trades, and learning at a much faster rate.

Imagine buying $1,000 worth of IBM. You won't learn anything, really, because it is such a massive company that it probably won't move to far in any direction very quickly, and the degree of that move will be quite muted.

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