penny stock

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Noun1.penny stock - a stock selling for less that $1/sharepenny stock - a stock selling for less that $1/share
OTC stock, over the counter stock, unlisted stock - stock that is not listed and traded on an organized exchange
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Whether you like it or not, volatility is here to stay for now so it may be wise to learn the basics of making money with penny stocks. August was a big month for a number of penny stocks.
The market is witnessing across the board selling, including big, mid-cap and penny stocks.
As the name implies, penny stocks are those that can be bought on the cheap, at least on a per-share basis.
Summary: Dehradun (Uttarakhand) [India], Jan 13 (ANI): In a major success, a team of the District Police on Sunday claimed to have nabbed the absconding leader Anil Goyal, accused of electronic sales suppression tax fraud, unaccounted receipts, long-term capital gains (LTCG) in penny stocks and unaccounted investments.
Market activity remained dull during the week with average traded value declining by 18 percent to $53 million in spite of 7 percent higher average daily traded volumes, reflecting concentration of activity in penny stocks.
Soh allegedly masterminded the collapse of the share prices of Asiasons Capital Ltd, Blumont Group Ltd and LionGold Corp in October 2013, which then 'dominocally' affected most penny stocks in the Singapore Exchange.
MANY penny stocks posted price depreciation on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the month of February, with Consolidated Hallmark emerging the worst performing stock in percentage terms.
Boris Lurie inherited money from his father, but also made a lot of money playing penny stocks. The foundation was Mr Boris's wish.
He agreed to settle the charges and be barred for life from trading in penny stocks.
Assuming everything has gone through smoothly that will mean low-profile businessman, Paul Suen Cho Hung - dubbed the 'King of Penny Stocks' - has taken control from the jailed Carson Yeung.
The trio was able to push the price of the penny stocks as high as 1,800 percent.