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Nvestgrrl
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Nvestgrrl
July 21, 2010 2:08 pm

Any penny stock investor will tell you – it’s tough to analyze and choose penny stocks. There’s not much public data, and penny stock prices can be awfully volatile. That being said, The Cheap Investor does better job than most at finding winners. Quite a few picks go over 300% returns. Only problem is that they don’t give you sell signals. Still, since most of their picks go up, you can do okay as long as you don’t get greedy. This newsletter seems to be best of the penny stock bunch, according to my experience (InvestorPlace’s MicroCap Investor) and other penny stock reviews on this site.

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Joe
August 27, 2011 3:08 pm

I have been a subscriber for 7 months and the stocks recommended have been consistent with the volatility of the market,especially being penny stocks. The letter focuses on valuable companies that are undervalued and not recognized by Wall Street. This allows for the investor with a small amount of capital to purchase a greater quantity of stock which can result in a larger percentage of gain. I have taken profits from several stock picks that have reached 30% to 70% gains. In most scenarios the selling decision is left to the investor’s discretion. So far I am presently satisfied with the performance of most of the stocks, considering the market’s volatility.

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June 13, 2013 4:41 pm