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7 ‘A’-Rated Stocks Under $5 To Buy Now

7 ‘A’-Rated Stocks Under $5 To Buy Now

| February 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

This is a great time to add some quality small-cap stocks to your portfolio The U.S. market remains hot — even an epidemic can’t stop it. While China and other countries are scrambling because of the coronavirus, the U.S. markets keep chugging along. And disruption abroad is actually a good thing for the U.S. markets, […]

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5 Speculative Penny Stocks Under $5 That Deserve Your Attention

5 Speculative Penny Stocks Under $5 That Deserve Your Attention

| February 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

These five penny stocks could go bust … or they could go boom As I’ve said many times before, stocks in the under $5 crowd (or “penny stocks”) should be avoided by risk-adverse investors. After all, there’s a reason these stocks are below $5, and it’s because investors have sold them in bulk to below […]

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7 “A”-Rated Stocks To Buy Under $10

7 “A”-Rated Stocks To Buy Under $10

Low-priced stocks usually are considered risky or unproven, but that’s far from the case for a few It used to be that the term “penny stocks” actually meant stocks that sold for under a dollar. And there was a huge industry built around these “zero-to-hero” kind of stories. Now, most major U.S. exchanges don’t allow […]

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5 Stocks Under $5 To Buy Before They Soar

5 Stocks Under $5 To Buy Before They Soar

| January 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

They may be cheap but each of these stocks has upside potential [Editor’s note: This story was originally published in August 2018. It has since been updated and republished to reflect changes in stock price, although the writer’s opinions may have changed.] The stock market is a mess right now. Ever since Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) dropped the ball, […]

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The 7 Best Penny Stocks To Buy

The 7 Best Penny Stocks To Buy

These 7 stocks under $5 are buys — for the right kind of investor Penny stocks are often dangerous for individual investors. Generally described as stocks with a price under $5, the group usually consists of quite a few fallen angels and growth stocks that haven’t reached, and potentially won’t reach, their potential. But there […]

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