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Top 10 Penny Stocks To Invest In Right Now

If I were to declare that 99% of all penny stocks are complete and absolute garbage, few would argue the point. Official statistics are hard to come by due to the enormous number of micro-capitalization companies.

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In addition, anyone — and I do mean anyone — can start a publicly traded entity. By their default nature, penny stocks....More>>>

Top 5 Penny Stocks For 2018

Marijuana stocks have been on our radar since November 2016, as 29 states and the District of Columbia now have some form of legalized medical marijuana laws, and nine states have legalized recreational marijuana.

Legalization is making investing in the cannabis industry less taboo for previously skeptical investors. And in the list below, you can see some of the most popular penny stocks....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Watch For 2018

Saddle Brook, NJ, based Investment company Bulldog Investors, LLC buys Japan Smaller Capitalization Fund, Great Elm Capital, Putnam Highome Securities Fund, Central Securities, Clough Global Equity Fund, Delaware Enhanced Global Dividend of Beneficial In, Credit Suisse Asset Mgmtome Fund, New Ireland Fund (The), Delaware Investments Dividend &ome Fund, Liberty All-Star Equity Fund, sells First....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Watch Right Now

The top marijuana penny stock of September 2017 so far is Novo Integrated Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS: NVOS). The stock is up from $0.28 at the Aug. 31 close to $0.85 today (Sept. 20). That’s a 203.6% profit in just 14 trading sessions.

That’s not the only marijuana penny stock posting huge gains this month. Here are the rest of the top 10 marijuana penny stocks of the month by....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Buy Right Now

The phenomenon of fake news has infected some well-known investing websites. The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought civil fraud charges against 27 companies and individuals involved in stock-promotion schemes that played out on popular sites, such as Ben颅zinga, Seeking Alpha and Wall Street Cheat Sheet. The SEC alleges that public companies used intermediaries to pay writers to....More>>>