Stock Market

Penny stocks, as the term suggests, are shares in small public companies that trade at very low prices, often less than a dollar — thus the name "penny". This term is more broadly used to represent low-priced stocks that typically trade for less than $5 per share. They are usually issued by small, less-established companies and are not listed on major stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the NASDAQ. Instead, these are traded over-the-counter (OTC) or through pink sheets. Investing in penny stocks requires a speculative approach. This should only form a small portion of a diversified investment portfolio and only with funds that an investor is willing to lose. Patience, careful research, and awareness of the risks involved are crucial.

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