Investment Strategies for Intelligent Investors has been setup to help the everyday investor interpret the penny stock market and make intelligent investment decisions. The Penny Stock market can be a scary place without proper guidance. We have developed special scanners that helps cut through the grease and find stocks on the verge of breaking out.  Our scanners work in real time and scans thousands of stocks each day based on our certain criterias.  This is not a black box formula, but uses years of experience to finalize our daily alerts.

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What are Penny Stocks

Penny stocks are those which are traded somewhere in the price range from $0.0001 to $1.00.  But how are these stocks traded?  I can hear you ask this! These stocks are usually bought and sold over the counter or by means of the quotation services, which includes the well-known Pink sheets and the OTC bulletin boards.

Penny Stocks Guide

Penny stocks are stocks that have low price and market capitalization and traded outside the usual market exchanges. Penny stocks are considered as highly risky and speculative due to their small capitalization, large bid ask spreads, lack of liquidity and limited disclosure and following.