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Best Penny Stocks To Buy For 2019

Penny stocks those stocks that trade for low prices, often with share prices of less than a dollar per share are dangerous. Period. Indeed, with a few exceptions, investors should steer clear of these uber-cheap stocks, which typically trade over-the-counter and not on a major exchange.

Call them penny stocks, microcaps or OTC stocks; by any name, theyre bad news. Promises of quick....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Own Right Now

Stocks under $10 are a great opportunity for investors seeking significant gains without the stumbling block of a large initial investment. That’s why we’re giving you our picks for the fivebest stocks under $10.

You see, buying stocks under $10 allows investors to use a small initial investment to control a far greater amount of shares than more expensive stocks. This allows....More>>>

Best Penny Stocks To Watch Right Now

Issued by state and local governments, municipal bonds yield an average of just 2.5%. But you wont owe a penny in federal tax on most types of muni-bond income, and you can get a break on state taxes, too, if you invest in munis issued in the state where you reside. For instance, if you live in a state with a stiff income tax, such as California, and are in the top combined federal and state....More>>>

Best Penny Stocks To Watch Right Now

Video3 Strategies for Trading Penny Stocks Today

As of today’s trading session (Tuesday, Nov. 7), the biggest penny stock gainer of 2017 is Marinus Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: MRNS). Shares of the company are up 556.4% this year thanks to a medical breakthrough.

While MRNS stock is up triple-digits this year, we’re not recommending it as a stock to buy....More>>>

Hot Penny Stocks To Own Right Now

Both in the U.S. and internationally, marijuana — especially the medical variety — is getting more and more accepted with time. So, how do you invest in it? In this episode of MarketFoolery, host Chris Hill talks with Motley Fool analyst Shannon Jones about how to get exposure to the fledgling industry without buying into the ever-risky penny stocks that make up most of the U.S. marijuana....More>>>