how about 250,000 shares of CMKX it's might not best but it's a start
try holding that one for a year
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
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
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.
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)
Always do your DD before Investing or Daytrading
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, 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).
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
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.
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
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.