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fjean  - posted
What can $25 buy in pennyland?

any suggestions folks
 

fjean  - posted
how about 250,000 shares of CMKX
it's might not best but it's a start

try holding that one for a year
 

lilpennypincher  - posted
31,250 Shares of USCI. Check out the DD on the .0001/.0009 thread on this. I hope you have other money for the trade.
If not......Try a nice Grey Goose Martini, You can get a small bottle for $25 bucks. LOL

Lil
 

tigerontop  - posted
Thats awesome. Atleast it will make you feel like your already rich.lol
On a serious note try SFII, but it might get out from under you in the next couple of days, as I cant get any fills at .0025 which tells me it has formed a good base.

For the long term the best gamble is to load up on the NANOTECHS. CTKH for one and NNCO.

quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
31,250 Shares of USCI. Check out the DD on the .0001/.0009 thread on this. I hope you have other money for the trade.
If not......Try a nice Grey Goose Martini, You can get a small bottle for $25 bucks. LOL

Lil



 

fjean  - posted
thanks man
 
stocky1170  - posted
Load up on NNCO....acquisition in process with Red Alert, who has completed 80% of Germany contract (counterterrorism). BIG potential. As always due your DD. Good luck.
 
rajarammx  - posted
quote:
Originally posted by fjean:
What can $25 buy in pennyland?

any suggestions folks



Do not worry about buying by $25....you will get killed by commisions...the minimum is $7 & upward...except I think Freetrades gives you free ones (I do not have freetrades)

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GLTA

Raja

Always do your DD before Investing or Daytrading
 

jimbo  - posted
If you are going to invest $25 only in stock, make sure you choose wisely. You will need to check for your commissions (lowtrades charges 5 bucks each buy and sell = $10 total) and then set your sell price. Make sure that you can get a profit after commissions. I have bought $25 worth of stock and only received 1000-2000 shares. At that rate, that stock has to go up a lot for it to be profitable. I actually have the lotto stock CMKX which I bought $25 worth = 250,000 shares. I am hoping that it goes up and up. Even if it goes to 0.0003 and I am able to unload, that makes $75 - $10 (comm) = 65 - $25 (initial input) = $40 profit (minus taxes = $1 --> LOL). Just do your DD and figure out what profit range you would like to obtain when setting your price.

Jimbo
 

Sweets!  - posted
Jimbo, that is so logical! Also, thank you for posting your comment regarding lowtrades. I am getting killed by scottrade's fees($22 per transaction) for pinksheets. I am going to check out lowtrades now. TY(thank you).

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--Sweets!
 

fjean  - posted
thanks for the lowtrades tip ..
but are they as fast as ameritrade with trade executions?

I heard ameritrade only take a few seconds not minutes
 

bjay22  - posted
Yes, I've got Scottrade too and can't even trade alot of pinks and subpennies. I wanted to get in on QBID weeks ago, but can't do it with Scott. Maybe I could if I call, but that is just another fee added to the rest.
 
WWJD-thru-me  - posted
I use Scottrade, Etrade, Mytradz, and Freetrade regularly. The $22 for pinks is pretty high but I have gotten faster and more sure execution going over the phone. Depends on the size of the trade whether it is worthwhile or not. Freetrade is pretty fast-owned by Ameritrade-you get 20 free trades and your other trades are $1-3 depending on how many you make. I trade way too much so I probably pay under a dollar average. It lets you get in and out quick if you get buyers remorse. The record keeping is not too good with Freetrade. I always have to look up what I bought something at as they don't show it on the screen with your portfolio. How is Lowtrades as far as what the portfolio screen is like? Do you like them? I like using multiple brokers to compare price executions and customer service. The one I liked the best got bought out by Ameritrade. It was BrokerageAmerica. I really liked that one. GLTA My favorite subpenny is a long term hold of CYII I bought back in February for about the same price it is now. Knight and another security dealer own most of the shares and I am guessing that they are planning on making money from it someday. DD-It is pink and you can see the Feb 17 press release on pinksheets.com- IMO-GLTA-Debi
 
Junky  - posted
should some1 buying 25 dollars worth of stock be worried about the quickness of the execution?

i like JRSE and AIPN, although i would recommend sub-pennies for any real return on such a tiny investment.

maybe IVOC?
www.choicetrade.com 5 dollar trades too
 

fjean  - posted
quote:
Originally posted by Junky:
should some1 buying 25 dollars worth of stock be worried about the quickness of the execution?

i like JRSE and AIPN, although i would recommend sub-pennies for any real return on such a tiny investment.

maybe IVOC?
www.choicetrade.com 5 dollar trades too



I'M SURE THOSE WHO'VE ATTEMPTED TO SELL (SRCI)ON FRIDAY WHEN IT SHOT UP TO 0.003 WERE WORRIED.. WHETHER SOME MADE IT AT 0.003 .. I DON'T KNOW
 

VNGNTN1  - posted
How about one of Bob Freys books?
VAN
 



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