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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Data obtained from the NSE indicated that Unic Diversified Holdings, another penny stock, came second, dropping by 47.
In addition to a permanent penny stock bar, Napodano agreed to pay full disgorgement of his insider trading profits totaling $143,865.
The SEC is seeking permanent injunctions, disgorgement with interest, civil penalties, penny stock bars, and an officer-and-director bar from one of the orchestrators of the scheme.
The SEC wants to bar them from the penny stock business, and recoup their proceeds with them being charged interest and financial penalties.
If it hadn't been a penny stock, and you had done enough research on the company to be confident of a rosy future, buying wouldn't have been so bad.
Federal prosecutors on Tuesday said they have made arrests in an international penny stock scheme that involved fraudulently inflating shares prices and trading volumes.
425m for the sale of unregistered penny stock shares and for failing to have an adequate anti-money laundering compliance programme to detect and report suspicious penny stock transactions.
Since small investors are starved for information, the members of Trade4all who trade in penny stocks, for example, would find the penny stock forum on the message board a boon in their trading activity.
A penny stock trades at a very low price, usually below ` 10, or is issued by a company whose market capitalisation is less than ` 100 crore.
On the other hand, plenty of penny stock companies stick to media and entertainment.
The increase is attributed to a number of trends, including a significant uptake in the number of penny stock promotions.
We examine underpricing, long-run returns, lockup periods, and gross spreads for penny stock IPOs over the 1990-1998 period.