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Here is a look at how the major Indices fared this week:
DOW ($INDU) The closed up 199.05 @13228.31 above it's MA(200)@12160.54
S&P500 ($SPX) The S&P 500 closed up 24.83 @1403.36 above it's MA(200)@1274.62
Volatility Index ($VIX) The Volatility Index closed down 1.10 @16.32 under it's MA(200)@25.87
Baltic Dry Index ($BDI) The Baltic Dry Index, an index that measures shipping spot freight rates of various dry bulk cargoes closed
While the term “50 cent” may conjure up images of a tattooed hip hop star, investing in 50 cent penny stock can actually be a smart financial decision. At less than five dollars per share, penny stocks are already known for being some of the least expensive investments around. They are also considered to carry a large amount of risk, for a number of reasons. For one thing, they are usually listed on the Pink Sheets or the Over the Counter Bulletin Board.
50 Cent Penny Stock: Smart Investment For The Price FULL READ
Deciding where to buy penny stocks is a two step process. The first step is choosing your listing service. By definition, penny stocks do not meet the requirements for regular market listing. At less than five dollars per share, they simply do not have enough market capitalization. Many penny stocks fall short of other listing requirements as well. For example, some exchanges demand that companies be active for a minimum number of years before listing shares.
Where To Buy Penny Stocks: A Two Step Process FULL READ
Finding a list of penny stocks on NYSE can be challenging, but is usually worthwhile if you are serious about penny stock investment. The New York Stock Exchange is not known for listing penny stocks. In fact, NYSE is relatively strict when it comes to the stocks they will list.
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A penny stocks wiki can be a great resource. After all, trading penny stocks requires quite a bit of information. The access to a source that can be updated quickly and without typical controls may be one of the few ways to get free access to the information that is available.
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Becoming a penny stock picker that has reliable success can be difficult. This segment of the market is well known for its volatility, and there are many individuals that have gone after a “sure thing” only to lose it all. If you want to learn how to pick these stocks reliably, you need to apply the skills you have already learned about the market at large along with an understanding of the unique nature of this segment of the market. Doing so will not only give you a chance to reliably pick stocks, but to reliably make money.
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Reviewing a penny stock list can present you with a lot of unexpected opportunities. Many traders already know that penny stocks offer them chances to increase their earnings exponentially.
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10.70 now just like clock work ! $$$$
Originally Posted by TheInvisibleHand
10.39 now NEW HIGH OF DAY!
Each time this has plunged in past has done very well on recovery will post a chart after market.
Originally Posted by Gold Digger
In this article from Minyanville.com, the author concludes through technical analysis that both Silver and Platinum should out perform Gold going forward. I think this was a well thought out conclusion backed by sound reasoning and technical analysis. Definitely worth the read!
READ HERE > Will Silver and Platinum Outperform Gold in the Near Future?
Originally Posted by WakingTheBull
84% of All Stock Trades Are By High-Frequency Computers … Only 16% Are Done By Human Traders
Posted on April 26, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog
Given The Dominance of The Machines, Do Flesh-and-Blood Traders Have a Chance?
As of 2010, 50-70% of all stock trades were done by high frequency trading computer algorithms.
And many other asset classes are dominated by high frequency trading as well.
High-frequency trading distorts the markets. And see this, this and this. And it lets the big banks peek at what the real traders are buying and selling, and then trade on the insider information. See this, this, this, and this.
Morgan Stanley has just shown (via the Financial Times) that the percentage of high frequency trading in the stock market has skyrocketed to 84%:
Trading by “real” investors is taking up the smallest share of US stock market volumes [since Morgan