Posts Tagged ‘investor’

Facebook raises IPO price range

Diane Alter – Fourth Estate Cooperative Reporter New York, NY, United States (4E) – With its highly anticipated IPO just a few days away, Facebook has raised the target price range for its initial public offering to $ 34 to $ 38 a share, up from the original $ 28 to $ 35 range set […]

Guide: How to Invest in Penny Stocks

Guide: How to Invest in Penny Stocks Article by Ryan Ashton Ask any investor what a stock trading under $ 5 is and they will tell you it is a penny stock, microcap stock, or nano stock. These three terms are for the most part interchangeable. However the broader definition of a penny stock refers […]

Using Automated Stock Trading Software

by Barry Zee Using Automated Stock Trading Software Article by Mervin Banks The Internet has brought so many useful tools to the stock market investor that it’s difficult to imagine a life before this technology existed. Personally, I couldn’t live without Google Finance as it has everything I could ever want in an application. Best […]

Las Vegas nightclub operator Light Group sold

Morgans Hotel Group Co. of New York, a former manager of and investor in the Hard Rock Las Vegas hotel-casino, is returning to the city with the purchase of a controlling interest in restaurant and nightclub operator the Light Group. View full post on Business Stories

Billionaires gather in Arizona to hang out, talk about giving away their money

What do dozens of American billionaires talk about when they get together? Their topic this week was of course money; not how to make it, but how to give it away. Billionaire investor Warren … View full post on Business Stories

Bank of Ireland shares rise 36% after stress tests

News that the Bank of Ireland would be able to meet its capital requirements and not need a government takeover caused an investor rally that saw shares rise by more than 36 percent. View full post on Banking Stories

Investor sues best-selling writer Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis, one of America’s leading financial writers, is being sued for defamation by a fund manager over his best-selling account of the financial crisis. View full post on UK Business Stories

The Penny Stock Problem

Penny stocks, also commonly referred to as small-cap stocks, are loosely defined as a stock with a share price below $5. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines them as such, however, penny stocks are often defined as a stock with a share price below $1 by those in the investor community.

Important Stock Market Tips

Sometimes when the stock market reaches all time high, some investors are so buoyed up that they think the prices would continue to rise and never come down. This is a fallacious view, which is held mostly by the inexperienced stock investors. They, therefore, tend to buy the stocks even though the prices are rising.

Penny Stock Trading Vs Penny Stock Investing

It’s a common mistake. Many investors tend to use investing and trading interchangeably, but they are not the same thing. The goals of engaging in penny stock trading are very different than those of penny stock investing.