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Are Penny Stocks for You?
Penny stocks are risks that are better suited for the investor that likes to go skydiving, skinny-dipping, and bungee jumping. Of course, even a few more conservative investors will find some attraction in the low risk promise of hefty payouts that the right penny stock can offer.
November 13, 2016
Are Penny Stocks for You?
Penny stocks are risks that are better suited for the investor that likes to go skydiving, skinny-dipping, and bungee jumping.
Of course, even a few more conservative investors will find some attraction in the low risk promise of hefty payouts that the right penny stock can offer.
In fact, many investors dream of being the one to find that perfect penny stock with absolute potential that will someday become the next LDDS turned WorldCom before the fall. The truth is that little businesses become big businesses everyday. Unfortunately, those that make it to the big leagues are quite few when compared to those who do not.
Penny stocks are a great way for small companies to finance growth spurts, smooth over rough spots and manage to become even better. This also gives companies a chance to restructure and by allowing their stocks to be traded as penny stocks they are generating revenue that can be reinvested into the company to great effect. Many times, this is a successful venture for the company but there are many times it isn’t. This is part of the risk that is taken when investing in penny stocks. When the companies manage to pull themselves together, grow at an exceptional rate, and become the company you hope they can become the payouts are amazing. But do not expect immediate results from your penny stock investment.
You should also be aware that many companies use penny stocks to run scams on unsuspecting investors. It is nearly impossible to get all the about penny stock companies when investing in penny stocks because unlike those companies that trade with the big boys (NYCE, NASDAQ, etc.) these companies are not required to open their books to potential investors and do not face nearly the same amount of scrutiny that larger corporations face when opening their doors to investors.
But the question of whether penny stock trading is for you is going to depend almost entirely on your personal sense of adventure and your willingness to take risks with your money. There are many out there who firmly believe that to gain much, you must also be willing to risk much. This is a way of life for many that holds true for them in love, life, and in money. These people are much more capricious with their money and are willing to take the risk without reservation or fear of a negative outcome. These are the people who do wonderfully, win or loose when investing in penny stocks.
On the other end of the spectrum there are those who jealously guard their nest eggs and bank their retirement security upon the funds going in that basket. These are people that are quite likely to find themselves panicking their way through a penny stock investment for many reasons. You can’t research the companies (a travesty to people who prefer careful planning) and you can’t gain quick and easy access to your funds once invested. This removes some sense of control over your financial health and isn’t a comfortable feeling for investors who like to feel in control. I can relate to those who are in no condition, really, to invest in penny stocks. It’s a frightening investment practice when houses, retirements, braces, and college educations are on the line.
If you are the type to invest in penny stocks without carrying the heavy baggage of worry, stress, and nervous sweats along with you then you may find yourself in the position to change your wealth status. Even if you go against your comfort level and make the investment there is much to gain. Unfortunately, the risks of this sort of investment are great as well and should not be overlooked or underestimated. So, it still boils down to you and the person you are deep down inside. Are penny stocks right for you? Only you can answer that.