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If you buy a stock at $5. A share and it goes up $5. You would make a 100% profit or $5000. For every $5000. Invested.
If you invest in a stock at the price of $1. a share and it goes up $5. You would make a profit of $25,000. On a $5000. Investment.
And a $5000. Investment in a stock you were able to buy at $.10 a share that moved up $5. You would make a profit of $245,000.
Why hasn’t your stock broker ever recommended a $1.00 stock or a $.10 stock ?
Because stocks priced below $5.00 are sold on the OTC (over the counter) market and do not qualify for the general markets. For that reason you will never hear about these stocks from your stock
broker unless the stock were to go up to $5.00 at that point if you were to receive a tip from tour broker and he recommended a $5000. Buy order for a stock trading at $5.00 a share and that stock
was to go up $5.00 a share you would realize a 100% profit and you would make $5000. In profit from your $5000. Investment.
Buying a Penny Stock is easy but selling the stock may not be as easy, if it was that easy then everyone would just buy every $.10 stock on the bulletin board but it’s not. Volume is
key as it takes a buyer to fill a sell order and without enough volume there may not be a buyer to fill your sell order. Low volume usually results in wide bid and ask spreads so if a seller put in a
buy order to sell a stock at $5.00 and was offered $1.00 a share it he wanted to sell. So volume is of extreme importance when trying to make a profit in the stock market.