5 best stocks under $5 right now
Stocks trading for less than a fiver have more room to grow than the giants, and the right ones can grow faster, too. Here are five to look at now, with names you might already know.
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About Verisante Tech. I know I should probably post somewhere else, but I am going to try and post here. I work in the health care field and I hear my doctors raving about this new product thats going out . So I took half of my savings and bought stock. I already doubled my investment. should I sell my stock and pay high taxes or should I hold it for a 1 year hopefuly it keeps going up and then sell. I am new to this. (i am only 19 years old).. What do you think?
The author is a tool and assumes that because a stock is cheap it can only go up. It can also go to zero and you lose all of your money. These companies have horrific #s and will probably not last.
PSUN : Return On Equity -37% Return On Assets -22% Return On Capital-22% .Those are negative #s!!!
I didn't even waste time researching the other losers. If PSUN was his top pick! publishing and recommending this crap should be illegal.
some one tell me where I can buy stocks with out a broker? Of course some of you will have to chop me up for asking.....that's okay
For anyone who is interested, I am following a penny stock GNBT (Generex BioTech corp) That looks like it is starting to take off....Currently selling at .30 Cents a share....These things are big Gambles but if it pops you can really make a lot of money just a couple of 1000 shares.
It is worth checking out.
I'd like a list of names with contact addresses of everyone who listens to advice from these people and buys stock they are pushing. On that list put a check mark next to each one who made money. Then erase each one who does not have a check mark. What would I have left? A blank piece of paper to recycle and print something useful on. Good grief are there still idiots believing what you fool say?
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