About Us

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PennyMarkets.com is a private firm committed to promoting Penny Stocks, products and services. Introduced to the online community in 1999, PennyMarkets.com has become a reliable source for online exposure for undiscovered penny stock companies.

What PennyMarkets Offers:

PennyMarkets.com offers penny stock companies an additional means of communications, a second voice, which targets exclusively the online community, enabling companies to take full advantage of the Internet. Some of these dynamic and innovative publicly traded companies, many of which trade on the OTCBB, might be overlooked by many people. PennyMarkets.com strives to make information on Penny Stock companies more accessible.

We believe that there is a deluge of fledgling penny stock companies around the world that are developing or have developed new and interesting technologies but lack the necessary resources to take their technology and their company to the next level. Many public companies, especially Penny Stock and start-up entities lack the exposure they need. Many small/micro-cap companies seek visibility, but don't have resources to introduce their innovative products and services to the general public.

Capital and Promotion:

Assist companies in finding the right team of people to meet the specific needs and objectives of each client company. Every promotional program is customized to meet the needs of each individual client. PennyMarkets.com has in the past assisted companies in finding the ideal Investor Relations stock Firm and has raised capital for clients.

Main Objective:

Create interest and awareness about public companies. Our newsletter is our main driving force. Our Newsletter has a subscriber list comprised primarily of active investors. We believe the Newsletter is a cost-effective strategy to get detailed information about your company to a mass of people. To further optimize our clients' exposure, we present our clients to other newsletter publishers, institutional investors, brokers, analysts, and Penny Stocks .

What Are Penny Stocks?

New to penny stocks? First be aware of differences between  OTCBB and OTCmarkets compared to more conventional blue-chip and mid-cap investments. Unlike buying shares in a large, stable company like Ford or IBM, you are dealing with speculative securities. There are many accepted deffinitions  of what a penny stock is. Some investors define them as any stock priced under one dollar, some under five dollars. Others include only those securities traded in the "pink sheets, now OTCmarkets" some include the entire OTC market. The Securities Division considers a stock to be a "penny stock" if it trades at or under $5.00 per share and trades in either the "pink sheets" or on NASDAQ. Additionally, a true penny stock will have less than $4 million in net tangible assets and will not have a significant operating history. (In other words, if a company has real assets, such as equipment and inventory, and is engaged in some real business, such as manufacturing, then the Division does not consider the stock to be penny stock even though the shares are low-priced.)

Penny stocks, also called micro-caps or juniors, trade with greater price volatility, and thus greater and quicker gains and losses in asset values. This volatility draws investors to the penny markets, as one good pick could generate hundreds of times what you could ever make on the larger markets.

Most penny stocks are not traded on a stock exchange, but are traded in the over-the-counter (OTC) market. Part of the OTC market is the National Market System (NMS) of the NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation) System, which does not include any penny stocks or only does so under special circumstances.

Many penny stocks, but not all, are resource or technology companies and initially sold shares in an effort to raise money for exploration or research and development. Many now have large debt loads and are bleeding cash. That is why the beauty of penny stocks, of course, is that sometimes they ‘grow up’ and become mid-cap stocks, multiplying in value hundreds of times over and making many people very wealthy.

"High Return! High Risk" Of course, there's more risk than buying bonds, blue chips or defensive stocks-but this added risk is tempered with the possibility of making the big gains.

Purchasing any investment represents the posibility of loss, always contact a registered investment adviser prior to making any investment decision, especially with penny stocks!