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24 September 2021
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Quick & Easy Guide to Trading Penny Stocks

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08/02/2021 - 20:14

Description: Penny stocks are stocks that typically trade for under $5 per share. They are usually characterized by high volatility. That means they are risky. Let’s explore further! Introducing Penny Stocks Trading Penny stocks were popularized in the mass-market with movies like the Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill Matthew McConaughey, and Read More... The post Quick & Easy Guide to Trading Penny Stocks appeared first on Wall Street Survivor.


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  39. Next Avenue: Hospitals now must post prices. But interpreting them is complicated; here’s a guide (02/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    A new regulation requires hospitals to disclose the prices of 'shoppable' services, but it's not always easy to make sense of the information.
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  40. Discussion: Why small investors can’t get rich quick and rich investors interests are protected. PDT. PCO’ing. After hours trading and the GME debacle. (12/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I’ve always thought that the stock trading system has had its flaws and I think this past month’s ordeal with GameStop showed that. Robinhood PCO’d (position closing only) the stock making it only available to sell, but this limitation mainly effected small-time investors that use these brokers open to the public. Another thing I think makes it hard for small-time investors is the PDT (pattern day trading) rule. Also the ability for after-hours trading has traditionally been for institutional investors, although it’s opened up more in recent yearsany thoughts on these? Are there other things in the stock market that protect the interests of the rich or at least keep small investors from being able to “get rich quick” so to speak. Do you guys know any good articles that talk about it?   submitted by   /u/XCLawandRealEstate [link]   [comments]
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  41. Here’s how I’m trying to make passive income from penny stocks (15/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Two terms that aren’t often put together are penny stocks and passive income. Why is this? Well, penny stocks are often spoken of in a negative way, as some people think that all of them are poor investments. Passive income is usually spoken in conversation when it comes to dividend-paying stocks. After all, the process of getting paid a dividend as a shareholder is very passive in nature. But what about getting paid income from a penny stock? Putting the two together For clarity, a penny stock is simply a company with a share price below £1. I accept that stocks with a share price of just 1p or 2p are likely to be high-risk investments. But for several FTSE-listed companies, a share price above this level can offer me good buying opportunities. In fact, I recently wrote about some that I’d consider buying here. In order for a penny stock to be able to generate passive income for me, it needs to have a dividend policy. This does shrink the potential pool down. One reason for this is that the smaller the business, the more likely profits are going to be needed as retained earnings. This will help cash flow, particularly during this pandemic period. The other point why passive income from penny stocks isn’t easy to find is that most investors look to such stocks for share price gains. It’s the growth potential that excites many, not the dividend yield.  Examples of dividend-paying penny stocks Despite the above points, I’m still trying to generate passive income. In fact, I think there are some great opportunities to do so at the moment. For example, Airtel Africa is a penny stock with a share price around 81p. It also pays out a dividend and even with a recent cut, still offers a dividend yield of 3.5%. Another company I could consider is Assura. The real estate investment trust focuses on healthcare premises. It has a share price of 76p and a dividend yield of 3.76%. Both stocks offer me fairly attractive yields when I compare them to the broader index. The FTSE 250 average dividend yield is 1.8% and the FTSE 100 average yield is 2.97%. The potential benefits The benefit of buying a penny stock for passive income is that the potential to making higher income in the future is there. I acknowledge that penny stocks are often smaller capitalised companies than the FTSE 100 heavyweights. Yet this can be turned into a positive. It offers the firms more scope to grow in the future.  Although this potential growth will likely be reflected by a higher share price, some of this will also flow to shareholders from higher dividend payments if profits rise. And while as an investor, the income is great, at the same time I’ll still benefit from the share price gains if this occurs. When I sell the stock my total profit would be the sum of the income received as well as the share price return. The post Here’s how I’m trying to make passive income from penny stocks appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. Is this little-known company the next ‘Monster’ IPO? Right now, this ‘screaming BUY’ stock is trading at a steep discount from its IPO price, but it looks like the sky is the limit in the years ahead. Because this North American company is the clear leader in its field which is estimated to be worth US$261 BILLION by 2025. The Motley Fool UK analyst team has just published a comprehensive report that shows you exactly why we believe it has so much upside potential. But I warn you, you’ll need to act quickly, given how fast this ‘Monster IPO’ is already moving. Click here to see how you can get a copy of this report for yourself today More reading 2 UK FinTech stocks I’d buy today Can I buys shares in Flipkart? Why is NIO’s share price falling? Why Oatly’s share price is falling The Rolls-Royce share price continues to fall: should I buy now? jonathasmith1 has no position in any stock mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.
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  42. Learning fundamentals for stocks (21/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Coming from trading/looking at forex from a technical perspective only and no news/fundamentals. After looking at different stocks over the last few months and charts I’m wanting to get into stock investing/value investing. I’m wanting to learn how to look at company data, financial data and historical data to build some case on why or why I shouldn’t look to invest. My problem is I don’t know what I should be looking at and how deep I need to be looking. Is there any website/forums/course that would teach,guide on how this can be done efficiently and effectively   submitted by   /u/IcantMainMercy [link]   [comments]
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  43. Helpful guide on researching & analyzing stocks [Things to consider looking at] (22/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Wanted to share this quick guide on things to consider looking at in a stock (15 points), when researching, analyzing or performing DD (due diligence) on a stock. A lot of investors having been asking questions on what to look at when considering a stock, and where to find the information, so I put this guide together on the things I look at. (Before we begin, I do want to take a quick moment to mention, that ETFs are the safer route (than "stock picking") due to diversification. But, any newer investors should consider ETFs before "picking stocks". Some some ETF's I own are: $MGC for MegaCap, $IVV for S&P 500, $QQQ for NASDAQ, $VGT for Tech, $VOT for MidCap, $VBK for SmallCap, $ARK for Innovation. With that being said, anyone who wants to do some "educated"/ "researched" gambling, keep reading. There points below are basically the things I cover when I look at a stock. At the end of the day, this is your money, and noone cares more about it than you do. (This list is in no particular order. Below is just my preference. Everyone's "recipe" is different. Find what works for you! Know the company. I also use google to find out as much as a company as possible. What do they do? How do they make money? Why are they important? What are their products? Positives? Strengths? Moat? Advantages? Opportunities? Growth? Catalysts? Downside? Negatives? Concerns? Weaknesses? Threats? Risks? Growth. I look into the financials to look at past growth. I look into news, 10Q's, 10Ks, investor presentations, and statements to look for future growth. I find out out new products, or a changing landscape. How will the company scale? Financial health. Are the financials strong? Is the company financially healthy? Are cash flows from operations positive? How are Investing & Financing Cashflows? Is net income growing? Are profit margins Getting better? Is the Quick ratio over 2 to sustain operations? Is EPS growing? Income Statement Trend, etc. ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/fundamental-analysis Earnings & revenue history. Is there growth? Is there potential? I look at the financials and the projections. Have they missed earnings? Have they beat earnings? Has earnings remained flat or grew consistently? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/financials/AAPL BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/income-statement/annual Chartmill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/financials/income-statement Valuations. How is this valuated? (PEG ratio, P/E ratio). Is it undervalued? How does the valuations compare to peers or competitors in the industry? Validea: https://www.validea.com/guru-analysis/aapl GuruFocus: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/dcf Price upside/ targets & Analysts rating consensus. I am curious about what the analysts covering a stock think it's worth. I look to see what the analysts covering it, have to say about the price targets. TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/forecast ChartMill: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/analyst-ratings Charts Analysis and the technical indicators. I am curious about what the charts have to say about momentum, and what prior prices and charting have to say about price prediction. I try to read and interpret the charts to see what previous trading patterns can predict. What are the short-term, mid-term and long-term predictions? I look at RSI, moving averages, MACD, Stochastic Oscillator, etc. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/opinion ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/technical-analysis CEO, Management Team and Leadership: I check Glassdoor and Indeed to learn about the management of the company, and google their CEO. A CEO with low/ bad ratings is a bad sign Short selling. How much of this stock is sold short? Are people betting against it? If so, why are they? What is the put/call ratio? Are people betting against this stock? Then is so, research why. This might be reasons to be weary. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/put-call-ratios Peers & competition, and competitive landscape. How does this company stack up against its competitors and peers? How do the financials compare? How to the products compare? Is there a moat? Institutional Sponsorship. Are big banks and wall street holding this? How much or this company's stock do they hold? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/ownership TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/hedge-funds Insider Trading. Is the CEO buying or selling shares? Is management buying or selling shares? ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/ownership How many ETFs that hold this stock? Will they continue to buy it up and drive price? ETFDB: https://etfdb.com/stock/AAPL/ Recent News. I Google the company and look at recent articles. What are people saying? What are bloggers saying? What is the news saying? Any new news? Bad news? Good News? Reasons for movement in recent stock price? TipRanks.com: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/stock-analysis BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/sec-filings Social sentiment. I check what people are saying on twitter and google search trends. Average volume traded. Is this stock liquid? Would I be able to get my money back? How easy can I trade it. How large/small are the bid/ask spreads? ​ \**This post is not mine, borrowed/re-shared from* r/FluentInFinance because I found it helpful, and wanted to share with other newer investors like myself   submitted by   /u/andystacks [link]   [comments]
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  44. Question on certain trade restrictions (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    There's a penny stock I'm interested in ($CWGYF is anyone cares, I'm not going to tell ya'll why, go look that up). I tried to purchase some on TD a few weeks ago and I couldn't due to "settlement issues". I said "ok screw it, I can wait" because didn't have time to look into it and I don't see the stock moving immediately. I just tried to purchase it again on Friday, and I couldn't (again) due to the same "settlement issues". I've spent time trying to look this up, including through TD's guide and FAQ pages but I can't find dick on it. From what I've read, settlement issues would come from me trying to trade cash that hasn't settled in my account, but all my funds are settled. I haven't transferred funds to or from my TD account for months, and I have enough cash to be approved for options and margin. So what gives? Does anyone know what this means? Is this happening to other people with similar stocks? Is TD just awful like that? I found one comment from someone having the same problem with that stock on TD, but no reason why. My partner, who's also been trading for the better part of a decade, hasn't see anything like this either.   submitted by   /u/allaboutthatcass [link]   [comments]
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  45. Easy Trip Planners listing marred by bears; shares begin trading at just 10% premium over IPO price (19/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    The second-largest online travel agency, Easy Trip Planners, took to the market to raise Rs 510 crore via an Offer for Sale (OFS) by existing shareholders.
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  46. My Watchlist For 6/10 -- Some Easy To Read plays (10/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    $BHF - Amazing uptrend, higher lows across the board. We just have to wait for life but we have support here. ​ ​ $HZO - A good trend up but IDK how valid it is with that huge gap of not being tested. Great support play here regardless. ​ ​ $JBLU - Amazing bluechip at value, last one we called with $AAPL and it took off; can $JBLU do the same thing? ​ ​ $NNBR - Let it die to us. I want a better deal, let it come to us. We hit that support, I would go for it. ​ ​ $QSR - Newer higher lows and easy to read channel here, beautiful. Again, let it die to us. ​ ​ $RL - I again think we can get in just a bit lower. It is at the POC where consolidation happens, we may be here for a few days. ​ ​ $SHO - SHOOOOORT! This one is PRIMED for a short with the Price Target being $12 by many; and it is a string resistance, easy. ​ ​ $UMPQ - Small reward to minimal risk, could be a great longer hold if we do not get a quick move.   submitted by   /u/No_Seesaw1134 [link]   [comments]
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  47. Trading in personal account vs LLC (30/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I created my trading accounts using my personal name and ssn, is there any benefit per se to moving my trading account into the LLC (not sure if this is easy or there is a process), but wanted to get an idea if it makes more sense for taxes and gains etc. Thanks.   submitted by   /u/trainermade [link]   [comments]
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  48. How should a small account invest? (16/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ll try and make this as short as I can Bc I’m sure u are constantly bombarded with newbies asking for advice. But how should I with just under $1000 invest. I have about 3k in savings. I had $11 an hour job but I’m quitting for about 5 months for school. I’m 17 and I already have about $850 in a 401k. My stock portfolio consists of VTI, AMD, and NIO. I made some dumb moves starting out Bc I thought investing was easy and got into penny stocks so now I’m down $40 but I’ve cut that gap down from $100. I have now learned that I’m in it for the long run and if I had enough money I would put more into market ETF’s and reinvest every month, but I don’t have the money to do so. What do y’all suggest I do once I get a job and until that point?   submitted by   /u/Ok_Midnight2894 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Do dual listed stocks follow each other? (23/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Do stocks that are dual listed follow each other in intra day trading or do they differ? For example, if a Chinese Market listed stock like baba or tencent falls 3% in the chinese or Hong Kong Market, would it be safe to assume that the stock in the US market will also fall by a 3%? Even if its not matched exactly, would it be safe to assume that the US market listed stock will drop? If so, would this not make trading really easy since you can already predict the price movement for the day or is there something that I'm missing out? Thank you. Any help would be greatly appreciated.   submitted by   /u/redditorprimer [link]   [comments]
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