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The truth about penny stocks and how to start

Education is key, our newsletter gives tips and strategies for the overall market.  2014 has started out rocky but we expect more upside for the remainder of the year. Get our list of the top 10 penny stocks to watch for 2014. Our Penny Stock Newsletter is easy and simple to understand. Unlike other newsletters that are filled with hype, we present facts and charts for you to evaluate. Many of our recent alerts have seen tremendous upside.  Sign up for the Free Penny Stock Newsletter Today.  You will also occasionally get our paid for marketing reports.  These are companies who pay to be listed in our newsletter to gain exposure.

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Gain an insight into the penny stock world

So the burning question most investors have is which Penny Stocks to buy and which to sell?  No one can give you a definite answer on which penny stocks are best.  Those type of questions should be discussed with your own personal financial planner.  We only help cut your reading time in half with our ideas. We monitor the markets for fast moving penny stocks.  We will tell you which penny stocks to watch and which ones to stay away from.  Plus you get Reports on unknown penny stock companies who have paid to tell their story.

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Here at Penny Stocks Forever we focus just on Penny Stocks. Why? Penny stocks have a tendency to make very big moves. These type of moves are usually not seen with Blue Chip stocks. This kind of volatility is not for everyone. We will be the first to tell you that penny stocks are very risky, and if you intend to trade penny stocks, only risk what you can afford to lose.  Aside from our alerts, we also send our paid for marketing reports on penny stock companies looking for exposure.  The term penny stock has evolved with the market. In the past, penny stocks were stocks that traded for less than a dollar per share. The SEC, however, modified the definition to include all shares trading below $5.

If some of these stocks now trade above $1, why are they still called penny stocks? Well, even though some of these stocks may be selling for more than pennies, they are still called penny stocks because they are perceived the same way that stocks trading under a dollar were perceived in the past: as very risky investments. Penny stocks are typically growing companies with limited cash and resources. Penny stocks are generally considered speculative investments.