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John Moeller
Hi Peter, Sometime ago, maybe about three years ago, the NSCC began to charge market makers heavy charges for transactions that are greater than 10% of the 20-day average daily volume within a security, the so called illiquid charges. As a result most discount brokerages have passed the charges on to the customer when this volume was exceeded by him/her. Since that time I switched to a brokerage that does not charge the customer these fees. I currently trade with E*Trade and pay twice the commission that I used to in order to avoid the much large illiquid fees. A lot of the big names are able to do this, like E*trade and TDAmeritrade. I pay about $8.00 per trade with E*Trade. I used to pay about $4.50 with Zecco. Do you know if there are any brokerages that do not charge the illiquid fee and are cheaper that $8.00 per trade?
Peter Leeds, The Penny Stock Professional We are currently finishing up our total review of all the discount brokers, along with rankings as to which are best for price, responsiveness, usability, etc... Our complete report should be out this week, and it should address many of these issues.
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Peter Leeds, The Penny Stock Professional It will be posted free, here on FB plus our blog and a few other places. My team is giving me an update on progress today.
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Gunfight erupts in Ukraine. The West claims it was a staged provocation by Russia, while Russians claim it is an example of why Putin needs to go in with troops to protect the population. This Ukraine crisis is far from over.
Jerry Vazquez So should we buy amo stocks ?
Peter Leeds, The Penny Stock Professional No, but you should expect ongoing political uncertainty which typically leads to an increased price premium in commodities.

Penny Stock Seek: Guns Vs. Butter

by Ed Zwirn

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Penny stocks blogWith the Easter-Passover abbreviated trading week behind us, look for the market for stocks of all shapes and sizes to continue its relatively strong showing this week, with investors weighing strong domestic U.S. economic data against an unsettled (and possibly deadly) international situation.

Following an Easter Sunday truce which held for a few hours, gunfire has erupted in eastern Ukraine with a gunfight at a checkpoint in the city of Slovyansk, which is controlled by pro-Russian separatists. Three people were reportedly killed.

It remains to be seen whether this development proves to be a flash in the pan, or whether this fighting will spill over to other parts of the country, providing Russia with a pretext for further intervention in Ukraine on the heels of its Crimean takeover.

Russia may already be laying the diplomatic groundwork for such an intervention, with foreign minister Sergei Lavrov accusing the Kiev government of breaking last week's Geneva agreements, which had called for an immediate end to violence in eastern Ukraine and for armed groups to surrender weapons and leave official buildings.

However destabilizing this international scenario proves, on the domestic side of the equation, the news was all moderately good, indicating a strong March showing for the economy, with key indicators like retail sales, housing starts and industrial production all showing rises from the previous month.

Against this benign domestic backdrop, the stock market reversed its recent sharp losses, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing Thursday at 16,408.54, up 2.4% from the previous week's 16,026.75, to finish in a dead heat with April 4's 16,412.71. The broader market mirrored this performance, with the NASDAQ composite and the penny stock-rich Russell 2000 small-cap index each rising 2.4%.

Last week's economic highlights were all indicative of the start of a spring thaw:

-- Monday's retail sales report showed a 1.1% increase for March, following an upwardly revised increase of 0.7% for February.

-- Tuesday's consumer price index update followed in synch with the recently reported and unexpected upsurge of producer prices. The CPI had been expected to show a 0.1% rise for March, continuing February's 0.1% increase. [0.2%] The core figure was also expected to rise 0.1%, the same rate of increase seen the prior month. Instead, consumer prices were reported to have risen 0.2% in March and the "core" figure, which excludes the more volatile food and energy components, also rose 0.2%, following the prior month's 0.1% rise.

While this showing could spook some inflation hawks, it can also be viewed from a glass-half-full perspective, signaling as it does an upsurge of demand. As I pointed out in an earlier penny stock blog, this upsurge of demand, as muted as it may be, can be viewed as a prerequisite for a sustained recovery, indicating as it does a return of pricing power for companies.

-- Wednesday produced news of a slightly smaller-than-expected 946,000 March housing starts, from February's upwardly revised 920,000. Building permits, on the other hand, fell slightly, going from February's downwardly revised 1.014 million to a March showing of 990,000 million.

-- Also on Wednesday, March's industrial production update showed a better-than-expected, following February's upwardly revised 1.2% rise.

Looking ahead this week, look for a relatively light calendar of economic releases to provide further word on the performance of two key economic sectors during last month:

-- Tuesday morning is expected to bring news of a 4.6 million existing homes sales figure for March, continuing February's rate of increase.

-- Wednesday's new home sales figure for March is expected to show a 455,000
March increase, up from February's 440,000.

-- Look for Thursday to bring word of a 2% March increase for durable orders, largely driven by the transportation sector, following the prior month's 2.2% rise. Excluding transportation, durable orders are expected to increase 0.5%, following February's downwardly revised 0.1% rise.

The upshot for penny stock investors: Given the relatively good U.S. economic news we've seen lately, everything from blue chip shares to more speculative investments ought to enjoy a welcoming, bullish reception, at least for the short term.

But it is necessary to add cautions to this outlook: For one thing, the bull market, assuming that that is still what we are in fact experiencing, is an old and fragile one and, with markets still approaching all-time highs is even more vulnerable to "bad" news. Many analysts have already declared that we are in the start of a pronounced correction, to continue through the summer.

And then there is the international situation. Any conflict between the U.S. and Russia, even one conducted through proxy states, could well prove these bearish analysts correct and then some. It is beyond the job descriptions of these analysts to judge whether or not fighting will break out in Europe, with all the killing and economic disruption this would bring on. A cooling down of the Ukraine crisis would prove welcome news (or at least the absence of bad news), leaving investors free to make money, at least until the advent of the next crisis, wherever (and whenever) that may occur.



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